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Still no Windies umpires in Elite panel

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The International Cricket Council has announced an unchanged elite panel of umpires for 2016-17. 
The ICC said its elite panel had recorded a correct-decision percentage of 95.6 - up from 94 in 2014-15 - in 220 matches across formats, the best since the Decision Review System was introduced in 2008.
The Elite Panel of Umpires for 2016-17 does not include any umpires from the West Indies.
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