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Tuesday, February 20, 2018
Bermuda's Americas Qualifiers Opponents Ready

Bermuda’s 2018 ICC World T20 Americas Qualifiers opponents the Cayman Islands National Cricket Team is looking to rebound from its disappointing performance at the ICC World Cricket League Division 5 tournament last September, when it travels to Argentina this weekend.

The 12-day trip features a Tri-Nation Series against Argentina and Bermuda from February 26th to March 3rd. The top two teams will go through to the next division and will then be pitted against teams from other regions. This system of qualifiers continues through to the finals.

This will be followed by the three teams also playing 50-over matches across three days.

Ramon Sealy returns as captain, with Alessandro Morris continuing as vice president. Other members of the team are Paul Manning, Troy Taylor, Conroy Wright, Gregory Smith, Michael Reid, Omar Willis, Adrian Wright, Darren Dato, Corey Cato, Alistair Ilfill, Ainsley Hall and Kevon Bazil.

Cayman Cricket Technical Director Peter Anderson has been preparing the squad for the challenge.

“The team have worked incredibly hard and it is going to be a very proud, and exciting, moment when we get on that plane to Argentina. Of course, there are going to be a few nerves here and there, but the preparation has been spot-on and we are going to play our hearts out to get to the next level,” said Anderson, who led the side to Argentina a year ago when they swept the hosts in a bilateral series for qualification to the World Cricket League Division 5 tournament.

Sealy, who took the reins as skipper a year ago, said: “We are ready, ready to do the best that we possibly can and get through to the next round of competition. The team have been working really hard and are focused on what we have to do. This is a great opportunity not only to play some great cricket against other countries but also to represent the Cayman Islands.”
Saturday, February 17, 2018
Rawlins & Sydney Fall to Eastern Suburbs

Delray Rawlins and his Sydney Cricket Club teammates fell well short of their target on Day Two of their NSW Premier Cricket - Second Grade match against Eastern Suburbs.

Eastern Suburbs won the toss and they were bowled out for 220, Udit Mehta was their top scorer with 100, Alexander Bloomfield was the pick of the Sydney Cricket Club bowlers with figures of 9-1-32-3, Rawlins bowled 13-3-37-0.

Resuming their inning at 69/2, Sydney Cricket Club were bowled out for 140, going down by 80 runs. Tristen McDonald was the top scorer with 37, while Jonathon Smith was the pick of the Eastern Suburbs bowlers with figures of 16-3-40-5.

Eastern Suburbs Inning

..02 (11) J Bank c M Kent b AD Glendenning
..11 (15) L Maddinson c M Kent b AK Bloomfield
..05 (07) B Broughton b AD Glendenning
..25 (41) TD Gallop c M Kent b ND Govers
..01 (08) W Lawrance c TO McDonald b AK Bloomfield
100 (178) UH Mehta c AK Bloomfield b AD Glendenning
..21 (85) M Sarkies c AR Squire b ND Govers
..09 (20) J Remond c DK Jacob b AK Bloomfield
..10 (31) P Brown c M Kent b AR Squire
..18 (28) J Smith c ND Govers b AR Squire
..02 (05) N Rowe Not Out
16 Extras (6nb-1w-5b-4lb)
220 Total All Out after 70.4 Overs

Fall of Wickets: 1-4 (Bank), 2-18 (Broughton), 3-20 (Maddinson), 4-22 (Lawrance), 5-73 (Gallop), 6-150 (Sarkies), 7-165 (Remond), 8-178 (Brown), 9-217 (Mehta), 10-220 (Smith)

Sydney Cricket Club Bowlers

16.-3-24-3 AD Glendenning
9.0-1-32-3 AK Bloomfield
17.4-3-66-2 AR Squire
11.-2-34-2 ND Govers
13.-2-37-0 Delray Rawlins
4.0-1-18-0 RG Corns

Sydney Cricket Club Inning

..03 (23) LM Gibson LBW N Rowe
..37 (65) TO McDonald c J Remond b N Rowe
..01 (08) Delray Rawlins c B Broughton b J Smith
..35 (91) M Pasternatsky c UH Mehta b J Smith
..02 (12) DK Jacob c SP Brown b J Smith
..05 (22) AR Squire LBW J Smith
..04 (10) ND Govers c M Sarkies b J Smith
..02 (05) RG Corns c SP Brown b N Rowe
..02 (28) M Kent b RJ O'Beirne
..06 (35) AD Glendenning b RJ O'Beirne
..31 (23) AK Bloomfield Not Out
..12 Extras (4nb-4w-4lb)
140 Total All Out after 53 Overs

Fall of Wickets: 1-13 (Gibson), 2-14 (Rawlins), 3- 76 (Jacob), 4-84 (Pasternatsky), 5-87 (Squire), 6-90 (Corns), 7-94 (Govers), 8-97 (McDonald), 9-101 (Kent), 10-140 (Glendenning)

Eastern Suburbs

19.-6-29-3 N Rowe
16.-3-40-5 J Smith
10.-4-24-0 M Sarkies
2.0-0-15-0 J Remond
1.0-1-00-0 W Lawrance
5.0-1-28-2 RJ O'Beirne
Thursday, February 15, 2018
Indian Fast Bowler Joins Rawlins @ Sussex

Delray Rawlins’ English County Club Sussex has announced the signing of Indian fast-bowler, Ishant Sharma for the first two months of the 2018 county season, subject to BCCI approval.

Rawlins told www.islandstats.com, “Obviously a pretty big signing, and from what he does on the international stage I have no doubts he'll be successful with us.”

Sharma will be with the club from Wednesday April 4th to Monday June 4th, making him available for Sussex’s first five fixtures in the Specsavers County Championship and all eight of Sussex Sharks’ Royal London One-Day Cup group matches.

The 29-year-old from Delhi made his international debut in 2007 and has since played 81 Tests, 80 One-Day Internationals (ODIs) and 14 T20 Internationals (T20Is) for India.

Only three Indian seamers have more wickets than Sharma in Test Cricket, with his 234 dismissals making him the ninth most prolific Indian Test Bowler Overall.
Wednesday, February 14, 2018
Rawlins' Sydney Cricket Club Numbers

With the Australian season well into the second half of the season, www.islandstats.com takes a look at Delray Rawlins numbers.

Playing in five different competitions, Rawlins has scored a total of 553 runs.

Rawlins has had 7 innings in the Kingsgrove Sports Twenty20 Cup in which he finished as the Man of the Match in the Final, Rawlins scored 125 runs in the competition, with his highest score coming in the Final with the knock of 57 he had an average of 17.9.

Rawlins has an average of 25.3 in the 8 inning he played in the Poidevin-Gray Shield competition where he scored a total of 202 runs, with a high score of 45.

In the First Grade competition Rawlins scored a total of 54 runs in 6 innings for an average of 9.0, his highest score being 37.

Rawlins has one inning in the First Grade Limited Overs Cup with 7 runs and he has had four innings in the Second Grade with 165 runs with his highest knock being 152.

In the Bowling department, Rawlins has taken a total of 35 wickets, this after bowling a total of 213.4 overs, 35 maidens and he has given up a total of 803 runs for a strike rate of 36.6, with an average of 22.9 and an economy rate of 3.8.

In the Kingsgrove Sports Twenty20 Cup Rawlins finished with figures of 28-1-188-11, while during the Poidevin-Gray Shield competition Rawlins had figures of 48-7-182-11 and he returned figures of 88.4-20-272-9 in First Grade action.

Rawlins has figures of 10-1-36-1 in the First Grade Limited Overs Cup and he has figures of 39-6-125-3 in the Second Grade.

Rawlins has held onto 7 catches in the five competitions and he has assisted on 5 run outs.
Tuesday, February 13, 2018
St. David's Cricket Club Set To Begin Training

St. David's County Cricket Club will be getting their 2018 Cricket season off to an early start and will begin training on February 18th at the Club beginning at 9:30 am.

Immediately following the session will be a brief meeting to discuss the up and coming season.

This is for both the Senior and Junior teams as they prepare to improve on a successful season last year.

Anyone looking to join the club for the up-coming season is more than welcome to join in on the sessions as they will be training every Sunday morning until the middle of March.

St. David’s Cricket Club will than train every Tuesday and Thursday evening beginning at 6:00 pm along with Sunday mornings until the season gets underway.
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