PUNE (India) Like Steve Bucknor, Bill Doctrove was also an international football referee but is the best known as a cricket umpire. His first forays at the highest level umpiring were uninspiring and he found himself embroiled in a storm at forfeited Oval Test in August 2006, along with his colleague Darrell Hair. However, on Saturday, Doctrove, who turns 55 in July, was over the moon. The players pavilion at his home-town, Dominica has been named after him. This was revealed by Emmanuel Nanthan, president, at Roeseau, Dominica. Speaking exclusively to this paper over during the third ODI between the West Indies and South Africa (the match and series was ultimately won by South Africa), the government of Dominica has named the Players Pavilion at the new Windsor Park Stadium as the Billy Doctrove Pavilion in recognition of the outstanding work done by him in umpiring. To my knowledge, this is the first time ever any part of an international cricket facility has been named after an umpire, he added. Billy is an elite ICC umpire who has done a tremendous work in umpiring and sports in Dominica. Billy, who previously worked as a sports officer for the Government was also a FIFA football referee, was appointed as a good will ambassador of Dominica last year, Nanthan added.