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Saturday, June 23, 2018
Central County Cup Final Update

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Tuff Dogs Win by 347 Runs

Tuff Dogs 427 North Village Rams 80


Full Report and Scoreboard coming later

The Tuff Dogs batted first at the Devonshire Rec, scoring 427 all out after their fifty overs in their Central County Cup Final match against North Village.

Dean Minors was the top scorer with 88, he faced 40 deliveries, hitting 7 fours and 8 sixes, while Tim Davis added 76 he faced 78 balls with 7 fours and 3 sixes, Jordan DeSilva scored 71 off 57 ball hitting 7 fours and 4 sixes and McLaren Lowe scored 52 off 41 hitting 6 fours and 3 sixes. Dion Ball Jr was the pick of the North Village bowlers with figures of 10-0-94-5.

Friday, June 22, 2018
Moniz - Minister ‘Abusing His Power’
The Minister of Public Works is “abusing his power by trying to make Somerset Cricket Club responsible for who presents the Cup Match Trophy,” according to the One Bermuda Alliance.

The OBA said, “Last week in the House of Assembly Lieutenant Colonel David Burch said he had been asked by the Club to repair a wall before Cup Match and had given two conditions for the work to be done – putting recycling facilities in place and asking that the Governor should not be invited to present the Trophy.”

Shadow Public Works Minister Trevor Moniz said the conditions “almost amounted to blackmail,” adding: “The Minister has put Somerset Cricket Club in an impossible position. That is not acceptable behavior for anyone let alone a Minister who should adhere to the highest moral standards.

“The issue of who presents the Trophy to the victorious team is a matter for the Club and making it a condition of doing some work is reprehensible and an abuse of the Minister’s power. If it is the Minister’s responsibility, then just get on and do it.”

Moniz added: “How many times does Minster Burch have to step out of line before he is censured by the Premier, or does the Premier condone this type of behavior? It is embarrassing to have this loose cannon constantly behaving inappropriately.”
Thursday, June 21, 2018
BCB Players of the Week - Week Four

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PREMIER DIVISION

One Communications and the Bermuda Cricket Board announced that the One Communications Premier Division ‘Player of the Week for Week 4’ is George O’Brien Jr. of St. David’s Cricket Club.

In the match against the St. George’s Cricket Club, the all-round performance of O’Brien proved to be instrumental in victory by St. David’s Cricket Club by 20 runs. Batting t number 5, O’Brien Jr. scored 59 runs off 70 balls with 6 fours and 1 six, he then bowled 10 overs taking 4 wickets for 25 runs including the first 3 batsmen from St. George’s Cricket Club

Premier Division Standings after 6 Weeks

72 Southampton Rangers

61 St. David’s Cricket Club
42 St. George’s Cricket Club – 5 Games
25 Bailey’s Bay – 5 Games
15 Western Stars – 5 Games
05 Somerset Cricket Club – 5 Games

FIRST DIVISION

The One Communications First Division ‘Player of the Week for Week 4’ is DaJon Carey of Flatt’s Victoria.

In the game against Devonshire Recreation Club, Carey led his team’s chase of 211 runs by scoring 83 runs from 74 balls including 13 fours and 2 sixes. This inning helped his team secure a comfortable 5 wicket victory.

First Division Standings after 7 Weeks

69 Flatt’s Victoria

67 Somerset Bridge
65 Cleveland County
63 Willow Cuts
41 Warwick Workmen’s
16 Devonshire Recreation Club – 6 Games
05 PHC

 
 
Wednesday, June 20, 2018
Rawlins & Sussex Seconds Fall to Surrey Seconds

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Surrey 2nd XI 428 & 212/4 Declared Sussex 2nd XI 245 & 81

Delray Rawlins and his Sussex Seconds teammates went down by 314 runs in their 3-Day Second XI Championship match at the LSE Sportsground.

Surrey added 48 runs to their overnight total of 164/3 to declare at 212/4.

In reply Rawlins and his teammates were bowled out for 81, Rawlins was the top scorer with 38 off 62 deliveries, Rawlins hit 7 fours in his 80 minutes stay at the wicket.
Tuesday, June 19, 2018
Rawlins & Sussex Seconds Day Two - Surrey

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Surrey 2nd XI 428 & 164/3 vs Sussex 2nd XI 245 - END OF PLAY

Delray Rawlins and his Sussex teammates endured a long day having been bowled out for 245, 183 runs behind Surrey Seconds first inning total, Surrey Seconds will finish the day on 164/3 a lead of 347 with One Day remaining.

During the Sussex First Inning A Kapil was the top scorer with 70, while Rawlins was out for 1, MW Pillans was the pick of the Surrey Seconds bowlers with figures of 16.2-3-54-6.

In the Surrey Seconds second inning at the close of play they have CJ Green at the wicket 59 not out, A Sakande leads Sussex Seconds in the bowling department with figures of 9-1-18-2, while Rawlins has figures of 8-0-24-0.

Sussex Seconds First Inning

..08 (15) LJ Evans b MW Pillans
..18 (45) TJ Haines c SJW Hall b MW Pillans
..53 (87) TGR Clark c AEC Dahl b JP Laraman
..01 (11) Delray Rawlins c NR Welch b MP Dunn
..70 (116) A Kapil c GJ Batty b JP Laraman
..28 (53) BS Gilmour c AEC Dahl b MW Pillans
..21 (28) GHS Garton b JP Laraman
..14 (24) TD Gordon LBW MW Pillans
..07 (19) OJ Carter Not Out

..00 (10) A Sakande b MW Pillans
..00 (05) WA Sheffield c CJ Green b MW Pillans
..25 Extras (13b-6lb-6nb)
245 Total All Out after 68.2 overs

Fall of Wickets: 1-13 (Evans), 2-40 (Haines), 3-45 (Rawlins), 4-142 (Clark), 5-186 (Kapil), 6-218 (Garton), 7-230 (Gilmour), 8-235 (Gordon), 9-243 (Sakande), 10-245 (Sheffield)

Surrey Seconds Bowlers

15.-4-42-1 MP Dunn
16.2-3-54-6 MW Pillans
12.-1-35-0 CJ Green
9.0-0-30-0 GJ Batty
14.-1-60-3 JP Laraman
2.0-1-05-0 F Boys

Surrey Seconds Second Inning


..22 (42) NR Welch c OJ Carter b A Sakande
..09 (29) A Harinath LBW A Sakande
..33 (68) NJ Tilley c GHS Garton b WCHP Collard
..59 (96) CJ Green Not Out
..35 (55) AEC Dahl Not Out
..06 Extras (2b-4nb)
164 Total for 3 Wickets after 48 overs

Fall of Wickets: 1-29 (Harinath), 2-42 (Welch), 3-90 (Tilley)

Sussex Seconds Bowlers

9.0-1-18-2 A Sakande
5.0-0-19-0 WA Sheffield
8.0-0-24-0 Delray Rawlins
13.-1-38-0 TJ Haines
11.-0-47-1 WCHP Collard
2.0-0-16-0 LJ Evans
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