|Full name||Benjamin John Debenham|
|Born||11 October 1967|
Chelmsford, Essex, England
Source: cricketarchive, 27 September 2015
Benjamin John Debenham (born 11 October 1967), known as Ben Debenham, is an English cricket umpire who has stood in first-class cricket matches since being named to the ECB Umpires List in 2012. He has also stood in a Women's One Day International cricket matches and Women's Twenty20 Internationals.
Born in Chelmsford, Essex, Debenham also represented Essex, playing for their Second XI as a left-handed batsman.
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