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Thursday, June 20, 2024
BCB Officials Attend ICC Work Shops
The ICC T20 Men’s 2024 World Cup is being held in the ICC Americas Region (USA & West Indies).

Due to this unique occasion, the ICC offered various intense and high-level workshops to the Americas members. The Bermuda Cricket Board (BCB) offered various match officials, coaches, and players, who met the ICC selection criteria the opportunity to attend the workshops.

The Umpire Tutor Course Level 1 was attended by Melvin Best, Steven Caines, and Precious Smith. The High-Performance Seminar for Senior Men’s National Teams was attended by Shane Hollis. Lastly, the Women’s High-Performance Clinic & Women’s High-Performance Seminars were attended by Terry-Lynn Paynter & Katherine Rosario-Bean.

The BCB looks forward to the implementation of the new skillset learned in our local clubs, leagues, and national teams by the various workshop attendees.

We also take this time to thank the ICC and ICC Americas for facilitating the workshops.

The BCB also had the opportunity to take part in Chatmore School’s ‘Dynamic Learning Week’ where Executive Director Calvin Blankendal, cricket coach Courtney Trott, and summer intern Owen Botelho trained students in cricket and football. The students got one-on-one training with the coaches and enjoyed the afternoons playing their favorite sports.
Tuesday, June 18, 2024
Tomlinson & Sedbergh Fall to Myerscough College

Zeri Tomlinson and his Sedbergh School teammates went down to Myerscough College (Old Trafford) by 7 wickets in their Under 18 National Schools T20 Cup North Final.

Batting first Sedbergh scored 172/5 in their 20 overs, G Aldersley was the top scorer with 56, Tomlinson added 42 off 25 balls, hitting 2 fours and 1 six, O Smith was the pick of the Myerscough College (Old Trafford) bowlers with figures of 4-0-21-2.

In reply Myerscough College (Old Trafford) scored 174/3, B Cunliffe was the top scorer with 69, A Kesar was the pick of the Sedbergh bowlers with figures of 4-0-40-2.

Tuesday, June 18, 2024
Bermuda Cricket Board Disciplinary Results

Christopher Douglas
Through a request from www.islandstats.com, the Bermuda Cricket Board released the latest disciplinary results.

Two players from the First Division are the latest pair to face the Committee with one getting an Official Reprimand, while the other received Four 50 Over Matches Suspension.

June 14th, 2024

Name: Alafia Henry
Team: Devonshire Recreation Club
Date of Breach: June 9th, 2024
Incident: Showing dissent at an umpire’s decision
Level: 1
Offence: 2.1.2
Penalty: Official Reprimand

June 10th, 2024

Name: Christopher Douglas
Team: Pembroke Hamilton Club
Date of Breach: June 2nd, 2024
Incident: Showing serious dissent at an umpire’s decision
Level: 2
Offence: 2.2.1
Penalty: Four (4) 50 Over match Suspension
Monday, June 17, 2024
BCB Weekend Top Performers

Zeco Burgess 7 Wickets
The 2024 Bermuda Cricket Board’s 50-over League continued this past weekend, and today www.islandstats.com brings you the top performers with both bat and ball.

Allan Douglas II from Cleveland County was the weekend's top scorer with a knock of 86, his teammate Jabari Darrell, and Davin Dill from PHC both scored 67 to finish T2nd, and Treadwell Gibbons representing Cleveland County scored 60 for the third top score of the weekend.

The bowling department was led by Zeko Burgess from the St. George’s Cricket Club who returned figures of 9.5-2-23-7, with figures of 5.0-1-12-5 Luke Horan from Warwick Workmen’s Club had the second-best bowling figures. Allan Douglas II from the Cleveland County had figures of 6.4-1-14-4 for the third best of the weekend.

Batting Department

..86 Allan Douglas II – Cleveland County

..67 Jabari Darrell – Cleveland County
..67 Davin Dill - PHC
..60 Treadwell Gibbons – Cleveland County
..51 Ori Wilson – PHC

Bowling Department

9.5-2-23-7 - Zeko Burgess- St. George’s Cricket Club

5.0-1-12-5 - Luke Horan – Warwick Workmen’s Club
6.4-1-14-4 – Allan Douglas II – Cleveland County
3.0-1-19-4 - Quilahn Richardson – Southampton Rangers
10-1-36-4 – Paul Carr Harvey – Flatt’s Victoria
10-1-40-4 – Donnie Charles – Somerset Bridge
4.1-0-22-3 – Drewonde Bascome – Devonshire Recreation Club
5.0-0-28-3 – Isaiah Greaves – Cleveland County
10-3-30-3 – Sai Kumar – Flatt’s Victoria
9.0-0-62-3 Chakosi Basden - Willow Cuts
Sunday, June 16, 2024
BCB Premier & First Division Round-Up

Zeko Burgess

St. George’s Cricket Club Win by 6 Wickets

Bailey’s Bay 106 St. George’s Cricket Club 108/4

Bailey’s Bay’s title hopes all but ended at the Wellington Oval, and now they will shift their focus on avoiding the drop as they fell to a 6-wicket defeat at the hands of the St. George’s Cricket Club at the Wellington Oval.

Batting first Bailey’s Bay was bowled out for 106, Coolidge Durham was the top scorer with 34, while Zeko Burgess was the pick of the St. George’s Cricket Club bowlers returning figures of 9.5-2-23-7.

In reply, the St. George’s Cricket Club scored 108/4. Oronde Bascome was the top scorer with 43 not out, while Sharye Tavares was the pick of the Bailey’s Bay Bowlers with figures of 3.3-1-30-2.

Cleveland County Win by 267 Run

Cleveland County 394/9 Willow Cuts 127

Cleveland County batted first and scored 394/9 in their allotted 50 overs, Allan Douglas II was the top scorer with 86 which came off 42 balls, he hit 9 fours and 6 sixes, Chakosi Basden was the pick of the Willow Cuts bowlers returning figures of 9-0-62-3.

In reply Willow Cuts were bowled out for 127, Kevon Fubler was the top scorer with 37, while Douglas II was the pick of the Cleveland County bowlers with figures of 6.4-1-14-4.

Western Stars Won by 3 Runs

Western Stars 169/9 Somerset Cricket Club 166/7

In a match that was reduced to 36 overs, which we missed on Sunday saw Western Stars edge the Somerset Cricket Club by 3 runs.

Western Stars would score 169/9 in their 36 overs, Tre Manders was the top scorer with 92 which came off 101 balls, he hit 3 fours, and 8 sixes. Jordan DeSilva was the pick of the Somerset Cricket Club bowlers with figures of 8-0-29-3.

In reply the Somerset Cricket Club could only manage 166/7, Dominic Sabir was the top scorer with 34, Naquan Smith was the pick of the Western Stars bowlers with figures of 8-0-31-2.


Somerset Bridge Win by 36 Runs

Somerset Bridge 180 Flatt’s Victoria 144

Batting first at the White Hill Field, Somerset Bridge scored 180, Jason Smith was the top scorer with 43, and Paul Carr Harvey was the pick of the Flatt’s Victoria bowlers with figures of 10-1-36-4.

In reply Flatt’s Victoria was dismissed for 144, Reggie Baker was the top scorer with 36, while Donnie Charles was the pick of the Somerset Bridge bowlers with figures of 10-1-40-4.

Devonshire Recreation Club Win by 49 Runs

Devonshire Recreation Club 150/9 Southampton Rangers 101

At the Southampton Oval, the Devonshire Recreation Club defeated the Southampton Rangers by 49 runs, batting first the Devonshire Recreation Club scored 150/9 in their allotted match-reduced 22 overs, Drewonde Bascome was the top scorer with 45, while Quilahn Richardson was the pick of the Southampton Rangers bowlers with figures of 3-1-19-4.

In reply Southampton Rangers were bowled out for 101, Jamori Beach was the top scorer with 27, and Bascome was the pick of the Devonshire Recreation Club bowlers with figures of 4.1-0-22-3.

Warwick Workmen’s Club Win by 3 Wickets

PHC 155/6 Warwick Workmen’s Club 156/7

In a match that was reduced to 24 overs, PHC batted first and scored 155/6, Davin Dill was the top scorer with 67 which came off 64 balls he hit 2 fours and 5 sixes, Luke Horan was the pick Warwick Workmen’s Club bowlers with figures of 5-1-12-5.

In reply Warwick Workmen’s Club would score 156/7, Al Ible was the scorer with 35, and Darrien Gibbons was the pick of the PHC bowlers with figures of 5-0-20-2.
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