Bermuda Opponents for ICC World League Division 4 Confirmed
Oman Cricketers Celebrate
Bermuda have learned who will join the World Cricket League Division Four as the World Cricket League Division Five tournament nears conclusion in Jersey.
Oman who defeated Guernsey by two wickets and Jersey who recorded a thumping win over Nigeria will join suspended host United States of America, Denmark, Italy and Bermuda.
Oman finished on top of the World Cricket League Division Five with Jersey finishing with the second best record although the two teams are expected to play a Final.
The 2016 ICC World Cricket League Division Four is an international limited-overs cricket tournament that is scheduled to take place in 2016.
It was reported in February 2016 that the United States of America Cricket Association (USACA) were exploring a potential bid to host the tournament in Los Angeles even though the USA is currently suspended from the ICC.
In April 2016, the ICC confirmed that the tournament would take place in Los Angeles, with all matches to be played at the Leo Magnus Cricket Complex. It will be the first time a World Cricket League tournament has been played in the United States.
Thursday, May 26, 2016
Douglas & Smith are Logic Players of the Week
Belvedere & Douglas
Logic and the Bermuda Cricket Board announced that the Logic Premier Division ‘Player of the Week’ is Allan Douglas Jr of St. David’s Cricket Club.
Douglas scored 46 runs out of St. David’s total of 247 against Willow Cuts and then followed up with 4 wickets for 12 runs off 6 overs.
The Logic First Division ‘Player of the Week’ is Jamie Smith from Devonshire Recreation Club. Jamie delivered a blistering spell of 5 wickets for 18 runs in his 7 overs (removing 5 of the top 6 batsmen) in his team’s comprehensive 9 wicket victory over Somerset Bridge RC.
Logic 50 Overs Premier Division League Standings
28 St. David’s Cricket Club 26 Western Stars 25 Bailey’s Bay 02 Cleveland County 01 Southampton Rangers 00 Willow Cuts
Logic 50 Overs First Division League Standings
25 St. George’s Cricket Club 15 Devonshire Recreation Club 13 Flatt’s Victoria 01 PHC 00 Somerset Cricket Club 00 Somerset Bridge Recreation Club 00 Warwick Workmen’s Club
The presentation was made by Michael Belvedere of Logic Communications Ltd.
Monday, May 23, 2016
Bermuda Cricket Top Batting & Bowlers of the Weekend
Treadwell Gibbons performed with bat and ball
Following the latest round of Bermuda Cricket Board Premier and First Division matches as well as the Central County Cup, www.islandstats.com brings you the top performers with both bat and ball for the matches.
The weekend’s top scorer was Azeem Khan with a knock of 94 not out for Tuff Dogs against the North Village Community Club at the Devonshire Recreation Club in their Central County match, Regino Smith scored 62 runs for Flatt’s Victoria in their match against the PHC and Chris Foggo from the St. George’s Cricket Club scored 60 runs in his team’s 7 wicket victory over Somerset Bridge.
In the Bowling Department, with figures of 7.0-1-13-5, Jamie Smith from the Devonshire Recreation Club returned the best figures of the weekend, Trevor Corday from the Tuff Dogs had the second best figures bowling of 9.2-1-34-5 and with figures of 6.0-2-12-4 Allan Douglas from St. David’s Cricket Club had the third best figures.
94*Azeem Khan – Tuff Dogs ..62 Regino Smith – Flatt’s Victoria ..60 Chris Foggo – St. George’s Cricket Club ..51 Justin Robinson – Western Stars ..48 Khori Smith – North Village ..46 Allan Douglas – St. David’s Cricket Club ..43 Jason Wade – Southampton Rangers ..42 Treadwell Gibbons – Western Stars
7.0-1-13-5 Jamie Smith – Devonshire Recreation Club 9.2-1-34-5 Trevor Corday – Tuff Dogs 6.0-2-12-4 Allan Douglas – St. David’s Cricket Club 2.5-0-05-3 Lamont Brangman – Devonshire Recreation Club 5.0-0-22-3 Christof Van Tonder – Flatt’s Victoria 10.-0-26-3 Paul Carr – Flatt’s Victoria 6.0-1-27-3 Colin Stewart - PHC 8.0-0-39-3 Treadwell Gibbons – Western Stars 6.0-0-46-3 Dean Stephens – Willow Cuts 6.0-0-31-3 Isaiah Greaves - St. George’s Cricket Club
Sunday, May 22, 2016
First & Premier Division Round Up
Justin Robinson batting at Southampton Oval
WESTERN STARS WIN BY 55 RUNS
Western Stars 197/8 Southampton Rangers 142
At the Southampton Oval, Southampton Rangers won the toss and elected to field, Western Stars scored 197/8 in their allotted 50 overs with Justin Robinson the top scorer with 51 not out, while Treadwell Gibbons added 42, Vernon Eve was the pick of the Southampton Rangers bowlers returning figures of 10-3-22-2.
In reply Jason Wade scored 43, but the Southampton Rangers were bowled out for 142, Andrew Raynor added 32, Gibbons then returned bowling figures of 8-0-39-3.
ST. DAVID’S CRICKET CLUB WIN BY 141 RUNS
St. David’s Cricket Club 247/8 Willow Cuts 71
At the Somerset Cricket Club, Willow Cuts won the toss and sent St. David’s Cricket Club to bat, in a match that was reduced initially to 35 overs. St. David’s Cricket Club scored 247/8 in their 35 overs, with Allan Douglas Jr the top scorer with 46, Dean Stephens was the pick of the Willow Cuts bowlers with figures of 6-0-46-3.
In reply the total was reduced to 212 for Willow Cuts to get in 30 overs as they were bowled out for 71. Three players Ryan Shepard, Shaquille Jones and Kwasi James all scored 11 runs, Douglas returned bowling figures of 6-2-12-4, while Fiqre Crockwell bowled 0.3-0-4-2.
BAILEY’S BAY WIN BY 7 WICKETS
Cleveland County 132/6 Bailey’s Bay 91/3
At the Wellington Oval, Bailey’s Bay won the toss and sent Cleveland County to bat and restricted them to 132/6 in 50 overs, Clay Darrell was the top scorer with 34, while captain Rodney Trott led the Bailey’s Bay bowlers with figures of 10-2-28-2.
In reply Bailey’s Bay had to get 91 runs in 20 overs, they scored 91/3 in 15.4 overs. Malachi Jones was the top scorer with 25 not out, while Derek Musson was the pick of the Cleveland County bowlers with figures of 3.4-0-36-2.
DEVONSHIRE RECREATION CLUB WIN BY 9 WICKETS
Somerset Bridge 51 Devonshire Recreation Club 52/1
At the White Hill Field, Somerset Bridge batting first in match that was reduced to 26 overs were bowled out for 51 with 5 ducks in their inning. Jason Smith was the top scorer with 9, while Jamie Smith returned bowling figures of 7-1-13-5 to lead the Devonshire Recreation Club bowlers, Lamont Brangman bowled 2.5-0-5-3.
In reply Devonshire Recreation Club scored 52/1, Jamel Simmons was their top scorer with 19 not out, Toleair Caines was the pick of the Somerset Bridge bowlers with figures of 4-0-13-1.
FLATT’S VICTORIA WIN BY 4 WICKETS
PHC 102 Flatt’s Victoria 104/6
At Lord’s in St. David’s, PHC batted first and were out for 102, Jade Morrissey was the top scorer with 29, Christof Van Tonder was the pick of the Flatt’s Victoria bowlers with figures of 5-0-22-3, and Paul Carr bowled 10-0-26-3.
In reply Flatt’s Victoria scored 104/6, Regino Smith was the top scorer with 62, Colin Stewart was the pick of the PHC bowlers with figures of 6-1-27-3.
Saturday, May 21, 2016
Central County & First Division Round Up
Action from Devonshire Rec.
Tuff Dogs Advance in Central County Cup
Tuff Dogs Win by 7 Wickets
North Village Community Cub 181 Tuff Dogs 182/3
At the Devonshire Recreation Club, the 2016 Central County competition got underway with a playoff between North Village and Tuff Dogs.
North Village batted first and were bowled all out for 181, with 50 of those runs coming in wides. Khori Smith was the top scorer with 48, while Allen Walker added 34. Trevor Corday led the Tuff Dogs bowling attack with figures of 9.2-1-34-5, while Terrence Corday had figures of 8-0-35-2.
In reply Tuff Dogs scored 182/3, with Azeem Khan the top scorer with 94 not out, Dunfred Davis added 28, but the talk once again centers around the wides with 23 of them. Rudy Smith was the pick of the North Village bowlers with figures of 4.2-0-28-1.
St. George’s Cricket Club Win by 7 Wickets
Somerset Bridge 140/5 St. George’s Cricket Club 141/3
At the Wellington Oval this match was reduced to 28 overs, St. George’s won the toss and invited Somerset Bridge to bat, they restricted them to 140/5 in their 28 overs, Jermaine Nesbitt was the top scorer with 36, while Shawn Riley added 25, Isaiah Greaves was the pick of the St. George’s Cricket Club bowlers with figures of 6-0-31-3.
In reply St. George’s Cricket Club scored 141/3 in 24.1 overs, Chris Foggo was the top scorer with 60, with Detroy Smith adding 29. Toleair Caines was the pick of the Somerset Bridge bowlers with figures of 4.1-0-23-2, while Jermaine Salaam bowled 6-0-24-2.