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Tuesday, June 30, 2015
Leverock in MCC Universities Action

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Kamau Leverock took to the field for the MCC Universities taking on Lancashire Cricket Club 2nd XI in a three-day game in Liverpool.

Lancashire won toss and decided to bat, they scored 347/8 declared after 94 overs.

Leverock returned bowling figures of 10-1-52-0. Leverock was involved with a run out with a direct hit.

At the close of play the MCC Universities were 22 without loss after 8 overs Lancashire Cricket Club 2nd XI leading by 325 runs.
Tuesday, June 30, 2015
Should Suspended USA Be Allowed to Compete

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Bermuda’s Under 19 National Team have begun a training Camp at the Devonshire Recreation Club ahead of the upcoming ICC Americas Under 19 Tournament to be played in Bermuda.

www.islandstats.com can reveal that Bermuda and ICC Panel Umpire Roger Dill will be the Official Tournament Match Referee.

The talk around however is the USA Being Suspended and still allowed to play and they have been penciled in as the host of the ICC Americas Trials.

The decision that have been made by those who make the decisions are running closely behind the unbelievable issues facing FIFA.

The American Cricket Federation (ACF) acknowledged the recent action taken by the International Cricket Council (ICC) with regard to the Governance of Cricket in the USA and the suspension of USA Cricket Association.

In a media release, the ACF noted that it was committed to a continuation of its role in leading and reshaping the future of cricket in America, for the benefit of all U.S. stakeholders.

The ACF also applauded the ICC's decision to allow the USA U-19 and Men's squads to participate in the ICC Americas Under-19 and ICC CWC T20 Qualifier tournaments.

'The players deserve the opportunity and ACF wishes all the US players well, as they prepare to represent this great country on the International stage,' the ACF noted.

Calling USACA’s suspension the end of a disappointing chapter in American cricket, the ACF observed that the event marks a new beginning.

During the past three years, the ACF has served the best interests of like-minded leagues and thousands of players across the country. According to the media release, the ACF's immediate priority will be to unify all leagues and clubs irrespective of past affiliations.

The ACF is looking forward to working with the ICC to establish common policies for fair and transparent representative governance. The release also stated that the ACF has already alerted its member leagues and clubs to expect participation in the discussion process as substantive proposals arise.

The organization invited all leagues, clubs and individual players to join the ACF family and publically endorse the principles of transparency, democracy, fairness and fiscal responsibility, the foundations upon which the American Cricket Federation was formed.

 
 
Monday, June 29, 2015
Weekend Top Batting & Bowling Performers

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The Bermuda Cricket Board Premier and First Division matches took center stage this past weekend and as Islandstats.com has been doing for a number of years, we are bringing you a look at the top performers of the weekend.

In the batting department Joshua Gilbert from the Somerset Cricket Club had the best knock of the weekend scoring 94 against St. David’s Cricket Club in their Premier Division match, while Chris Douglas scored 75 for Devonshire Recreation Club against PHC and Jamaine Salaam from Somerset Bridge scored 48 in the game against Warwick Workmen’s Club.

Makai Young from Western Stars returned best figures of 8-0-33-8, while figures of 6.2-1-19-5 saw Justin Donawa representing Somerset Cricket Club record the second best figures of the weekend. Cameron Jeffers from Warwick Workmen’s Club had the third best figures for the weekend bowling 10-2-22-4.

Batting

..94 Joshua Gilbert - Somerset Cricket Club

..75 Chris Douglas - Devonshire Recreation Club
..48 Jamaine Salaam – Somerset Bridge
..42 Dante Wellman - PHC
..38 Kavon Fubler – Willow Cuts
..38 Brian Hall – Western Stars
..37 Reggie Baker – Flatt’s Victoria
..31 Charlie Marshall III – St. George’s Cricket Club

Bowlers

8.0-0-33-8 Makai Young - Western Stars

6.2-1-19-5 Justin Donawa - Somerset Cricket Club
10.-2-22-4 Cameron Jeffers - Warwick Workmen’s Club
7.0-3-23-4 Onias Bascome - St. George’s Cricket Club
6.0-1-26-4 Kyle Hodsoll - Bailey’s Bay
10.-1-35-4 Charles Trott - PHC
8.0-0-42-4 Kavon Fubler – Willow Cuts
9.2-1-54-4 Delyone Borden - St. David’s Cricket Club
6.0-1-16-3 Kenny Phillips - Devonshire Recreation Club
9.0-2-23-3 Paul Carr - Flatt’s Victoria

 
 
Sunday, June 28, 2015
Premier & First Division Round Up

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PREMIER DIVISION

Bailey’s Bay Win by 8 Wickets

Cleveland County 83 Bailey’s Bay 84/2


At the Sea Breeze Oval, Cleveland County batted first and were bowled all out for 83 in 22 overs. Clay Darrell was the top scorer with 24, Kyle Hodsoll led the Bailey’s Bay bowling attack with figures of 6-1-26-4.

In reply Bailey’s Bay scored 84/2 in 15.1 overs, Stephen Outerbridge was the top scorer with 27, Treadwell Gibbons was the pick of the Cleveland County bowlers with figures of 4-0-8-1.

Somerset Cricket Club Win by 150 Runs

Somerset Cricket Club 242 St. David’s Cricket Club 92


At the Somerset Cricket Club, Joshua Gilbert scored 94 runs to lead the Somerset Cricket Club to a total of 242, Delyone Borden led the St. David’s Cricket Club bowling attack with figures of 9.2-1-54-4.

In reply St. David’s Cricket Club were bowled all out for 92, Rudell Pitcher was the top scorer with 25, while Justin Donawa returned bowling figures of 6.2-1-19-5.

Willow Cuts Win by 26 Runs

Willow Cuts 162 Flatts Victoria 136



At Lord’s in St. David’s, Willow Cuts were bowled all out for 162, Kavon Fubler was the top scorer with 38, while Paul Carr led the Flatt’s Victoria bowling attack returning figures of 9-2-23-3.

In reply Flatt’s Victoria were bowled all out for 136, Reginald Baker was the top scorer with 37, with Fubler also shinning with the ball claiming 4 wickets off 8 overs giving up 42 runs.

FIRST DIVISION

Western Stars Win by 4 Runs

Western Stars 102 St. George’s Cricket Club 98


At the Wellington Oval, Western Stars were bowled all out for 102, Brian Hall was the top scorer with 38, while Onias Bascome returned bowling figures of 7-3-23-4 for St. George’s Cricket Club.

In reply St. George’s Cricket Club were bowled all out for 98, Charlie Marshall III was the top scorer with 31, Makai Young was the pick of the Western Stars bowlers returning figures of 8-0-33-8.

Devonshire Recreation Club Win by 139 Runs

Devonshire Recreation Club 273 PHC 134


Devonshire Recreation Club scored 273 as the away team at the Devonshire Recreation Club, Chris Douglas was the top scorer with 75, what helped was a total of 69 extras that included 50 Wides. Charles Trott was the pick of the PHC bowlers with figures of 10-1-35-4.

In reply PHC were bowled all out for 134, Dante Wellman was the top scorer with 42, Kenny Phillips returned figures of 6-1-16-3 to lead the Devonshire Recreation Club bowling attack.

Warwick Workmen’s Club Win by 4 Wickets

Somerset Bridge 153 Warwick Workmen’s Club 156/6


At the Southampton Oval, Somerset Bridge batted first and were bowled all out for 153, Jamaine Salaam was the top scorer with 48, while Cameron Jeffers led the Warwick Workmen’s Club bowling attack returning figures of 10-2-22-4.

In reply Warwick Workmen’s Club scored 156/6, Chare Smith was the top scorer with 28, Noel Woods was the pick of the Somerset Bridge bowlers returning figures of 10-0-37-2.

 
 
Saturday, June 27, 2015
BCB U11 & U14 All-Star Round Ups

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The Bermuda Cricket Board hosted the Hiscox 11&Under & Bank of Bermuda Foundation 14&Under All Star Games at the National Sports Center.

The Hiscox U11 League Champions Bailey’s Bay picked up their award, with PHC Whites finishing second and Western Stars finished third

Hiscox Under 11 All-Star

East All-Stars are the 2015 Champions Winning by 8 Wickets

West All-Stars 61/7 East All-Stars 62/2


Play of the Game - East- Denim Cann (Diving Catch) - West- Jaylani Woolridge (Catch in the Covers)

MVP - East- Christopher Raymond Highest scorer with 22 runs and he claimed 2 wickets - West- Zakao Hart- Highest scorer with 20 runs.

Bank of Bermuda Foundation Under 14 All-Star

East All-Stars are the 2015 Champions Winning by 3 Wickets

West All-Stars 151/7 East All-Stars 152/7


Bank of Bermuda Foundation Under 14 League Champions - Cleveland County

The West All-Stars scored 151/7 in their allotted 25 overs, while the East All-Stars scored 152/7 after 22 overs.

Play of the Game - East- Najiyah Raynor - Direct Hit for a Run Out - West- Quamae Foster - Sliding Stop on the Boundary.

MVP - East Q-shai Darrell 55 runs off 25 balls - West- Jayden Manders 52 Retired

 
 
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