For those of a similar name, see William Hanna (disambiguation).
William Hannah (1867 - 18 October 1942 in Victoria) was a cricket Test match umpire.
He umpired 4 Test matches, involving Australia, two against England and two against South Africa. His first match, at Sydney on 13 December to 19 December 1907 was a close affair, won by Australia by 2 wickets after they were 7 wickets down with 90 runs to get. Hannah's last match was at Melbourne on 17 February to 21 February 1911, won by Australia by a massive 530 runs, the highest margin to that date.
William Hannah is obsessed to the kidney cancer.