www.islandstats.com can report that unfortunately Bermuda Vice Captain Terryn Fray has been ruled out of the Division 4 Tournament due to a broken finger
Bermuda have made four changes to the team with skipper OJ Pitcher, veteran Dean Minors, Greg Marbury and Terryn Fray all out. Coming into the team skippered by Jordan DeSilva is Temiko Wilson, Clay Darrell and Nirobi Mills with Steven Bermar keeping wicket.
Canada have scored 204/9 in their 50 overs.
Sunday, October 23, 2016
Bermuda - Canada Day-Night Game
Bermuda Go Down by 132 Runs
Canada 166/8 Bermuda 34
FULL SCORECARD POSTED Bermuda's second warm up match against Canada was delayed due to overnight rain. It was agreed that the match would start at 2:00pm, and will be a 40 over match scheduled to end around 8:30pm.
Bermuda won the toss and sent Canada to bat and restricted them to 166/8 in their 40 overs, Srimarthe Wijeyeratne was the top scorer with 39, while Navneet Dhaliwal added 32. Kamau Leverock was the pick of the Bermuda bowlers with figures of 8-0-31-2, while Ceejay Outerbridge bowled 8-0-35-2 and Greg Maybury bowled 8-1-35-2.
Just before the Canada inning came to an end Bermuda’s vice captain Terryn Fray left the field with a possible dislocated pinky finger, which happened as he cut off a boundary.
In reply Bermuda fell for 34, with six players failing to score, only Tre Manders managed double figures with 15. Ammar Khalid was the pick of the Canadian bowlers returning figures of 3.4-1-7-5.
..27 (56) Durand Soraine c Dean Minors b Jordan Smith ..02 (04) Bharinda Adhihetty c Dean Minors b Ceejay Outerbridge ..02 (14) Mohamed Kamileen b Kamau Leverock ..32 (41) Navneet Dhaliwal c Ceejay Outerbridge b Greg Maybury ..39 (59) Srimarthe Wijeyeratne c Dean Minors b Kamau Leverock ..03 (06) Armaan Kapoor Hit Wicket b Terryn Fray ..21 (29) Nikhil Dutta c Tre Manders b Ceejay Outerbridge ..29 (23) Saad Zafar Not Out ..01 (04) Ammar Khalid b Greg Maybury ..11 (11) Rubal Kapil Not Out ..06 Extras (2w-2nd-2lb) 166 Total for 8 Wickets after 40 overs
Fall of Wickets: 1-8 (Adhihetty), 2-19 (Kamileen), 3-61 (Dhaliwal), 4-71 (Soraine), 5-78 (Kapoor), 6-125 (Dutta), 7-139 (Wijeyeratne), 8-149 (Khalid)
8.0-0-31-2 Kamau Leverock 8.0-0-35-2 Ceejay Outerbridge 8.0-0-35-0 Jordan DeSilva 8.0-1-35-2 Greg Maybury 4.0-0-13-1 Jordan Smith 4.0-0-15-1 Terryn Fray
..04 (14) Steven Bremar b Dilraj Atwal ..01 (09) Oliver Pitcher Jr b Rubal Kapil ..15 (45) Tre Manders c Dilraj Atwal b Nikhil Dutta ..00 (03) Dennico Hollis c Mohamed Kamileen b Dilraj Atwal ..06 (08) Kamau Leverock c Navneet Dhaliwal b Nikhil Dutta ..01 (04) Brian Hall c Srimarthe Wijeyeratne b Ammar Khalid ..00 (03) Dean Minors c Srimarthe Wijeyeratne b Ammar Khalid ..00 (02) Jordan DeSilva Not Out ..00 (01) Greg Maybury LBW Ammar Khalid ..00 (01) Jordan Smith b Ammar Khalid ..00 (02) Ceejay Outerbridge b Ammar Khalid ..05 Extras (3w-2lb) ..34 Total All Out after 17.4 overs
The Bermuda Cricket Board (BCB) held their Prize Presentation at the Goslings Wine Cellar, with Jordan DeSilva from Somerset Cricket Club and Allan Douglas from the St. David’s Cricket Club named the First and Premier Division Most Valuable Players.
Former St. George’s Cricket Club Cup Match captain and the oldest living player Leroy “Tubby” Richardson received the 2016 Bermuda Cricket Board Lifetime Achievement Award.
Logic First Division Most Catches
7 Logan Phillips - Flatt’s Victoria 7 Jordan DeSilva - Somerset Cricket Club 7 Lamont Brangman - Devonshire Recreation Club
Logic Premier Division Most Catches
11 Janeiro Tucker - Southampton Rangers
Logic First Division Most Runs
408 Jordan DeSilva - Somerset Cricket Club
Logic Premier Division Most Runs
482 Allan Douglas - St. David’s Cricket Club
Logic 100 Runs Club
Jordan DeSilva - Somerset Cricket Club Terryn Fray – Bailey’s Bay Allan Douglas, Delyone Borden & Justin Pitcher - St. David’s Cricket Club Temiko Wilson - Western Stars Dean Stephens & Kwasi James - Willow Cuts
Logic First Division Most Wickets
22 Paul Carr - Flatt’s Victory 22 Maccai Simmons - St. George’s Cricket Club
Logic Premier Division Most Wickets
29 Vernon Eve – Southampton Rangers 29 Dean Stephens – Willow Cuts
Logic Most Wicketkeeper Dismissals
14 Ricardo Brangman - Southampton Rangers 14 Temiko Wilson - Western Stars
Logic Wicketkeeper of the Year
Temiko Wilson - Western Stars
Best Hosted Venue
St. David’s Cricket Club
Best Tea Award
Bermuda Cricket Board Scorekeeper of the Year
Samantha Robinson - St. David’s Cricket Club
Emerging Umpire of the Year
Umpire of the Year
Groundsman of the Year
Reid Jones - Somerset Cricket Club
Emerging Player of the Year
First Division Highest Individual Score
120 Jordan DeSilva - Somerset Cricket Club
Premier Division Highest Individual Score
131 Terryn Fray - Bailey’s Bay
First Division Individual Bowling Stats
Del Hollis - PHC
Premier Division Individual Bowling Stats
Vernon Eve - Southampton Rangers
Chivas Team Sportsmanship Award
First Division Coach of the Year
Jeff Richardson - Somerset Cricket Club
Premier Division Coach of the Year
George Cannonier - St. David’s Cricket Club
Special Coach Award
Best Youth Programme Award
Bailey’s Bay Youth Programme
Volunteers of the Year
Kelly Smith & Russell Richardson
First Division MVP
Jordan DeSilva - Somerset Cricket Club
Premier Division MVP
Allan Douglas - St. David’s Cricket Club
Lifetime Achievement Award
Leroy Tubby Richardson
Friday, October 21, 2016
Bermuda - Canada Update
Dean Minors scored 28 for Bermuda
Canada win by 4 Wicket
Bermuda 92 Canada 72/6
The Bermuda-Canada first warm up match was delayed due to rain, with the match getting underway at 12:30pm and reduced to 38 overs per side.
Canada won the toss and sent Bermuda to bat. Bermuda was bowled out for 92, Dean Minors was the top scorer with 28, while Terryn Fray added 16 and OJ Pitcher scored 15. Rishir Joshi returned figures of 6.0-0-19-3 to lead the Canadian attack, while Nikhil Dutta bowled 5.0-1-19-3.
After a rain delay Canada had to chase 72 in 24 overs, they scored 72/6 in 21.2 overs. Canada dug themselves out of a hole at 40/5 after 13.5 overs with Ceejay Outerbridge doing the damage claiming the first four wickets. Mohamed Kamileen was the Canadian top scorer with 20, while Outerbridge returned figures of 5-0-16-4 and Pitcher had figures of 4.2-0-19-2.
..16 (47) Terryn Fray c Navneet Dhaliwal b Rishiv Joshi ..15 (33) OJ Pitcher Run Out ..01 (05) Tre Manders b Rishiv Joshi ..02 (17) Steven Bremar c Dilon Heyliger b Saad Zafar ..02 (07) Kamau Leverock c Durand Soriane b Rishiv Joshi ..08 (16) Dennico Hollis b Nikhil Dutta ..07 (18) Brian Hall c Saad Zafar b Gayan Wijethilaka ..28 (28) Dean Minors c Durand Soriane b Nikhil Dutta ..00 (02) Greg Maybury LBW Nikhil Dutta ..04 (16) Jordan Smith Not Out ..00 (06) Cejay Outerbridge b Saad Zafar ..09 Extras (6w-2nd-1lb) ..92 Total All Out after 32 Overs
..00 (08) Durand Soraine c Kamau Leverock b Ceejay Outerbridge ..12 (16) Navneet Dhaliwal c Dean Minors b Ceejay Outerbridge ..20 (38) Mohamed Kamileen st Dean Minors b OJ Pitcher ..01 (06) Armaan Kapoor b Ceejay Outerbridge ..02 (05) Srimarthe Wijeyeralne c Dean Minors b Ceejay Outerbridge ..10 (29) Nikhil Dutta Not Out ..18 (22) Saad Zafar c Dean Minors b OJ Pitcher ..05 (05) Dilon Heyliger Not Out ..04 Extras (3w-1nb) ..72 Total for 6 Wickets after 21.2 overs
Fall of Wickets: 1-1 (Soraine), 2-23 (Dhaliwal), 3-27 (Kapoor), 4-31 (Wijeyeralne), 5-40 (Kamileen), 6-66 (Zafar)
5.0-1-09-0 Kamau Leverock 5.0-0-16-4 Ceejay Outerbridge 4.0-0-13-0 Greg Maybury 3.0-0-15-0 Jordan Smith 4.2-0-19-2 OJ Pitcher
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
Bermuda Division 4 Squad Announced
National Coach Clay Smith
The United States of America gets ready to host an International Cricket Council World Cricket League divisional event for the first time when Los Angeles hosts the six-team Division 4 tournament from October 29th to November 5th.
The top two sides from among the competing teams – Bermuda, Denmark, Italy, Jersey, Oman and the USA - will advance to the ICC WCL Division 3 while the bottom two will drop to Division 5 in the system of continuous promotion and relegation between divisions. The third and fourth teams will remain in Division 4.
Bermuda have released their team for the upcoming Canada Training tour beginning on Friday and the squad for the Division 4 Tournament.
Bermuda National Cricket Team
OJ Pitcher - Captain Terryn Fray - Vice Captain Dion Stovell Kamau Leverock Delray Rawlins Dean Minors Dennico Hollis Tre Manders Brian Hall Steven Bremar Greg Maybury Jordan DeSilva Cejay Outerbridge Jordan Smith