Now that most of the Bermuda National Cricket team have departed for Los Angeles for the ICC Division 4 Tournament, www.islandstats.com takes a look at th numbers following the conclusion of the warmup matches against Canada.
Bermuda batted 85.5 overs out of the 128 available, they scored a total of 268 runs, while giving up 441 runs. Over the three games 12 batsmen were caught, Tre Manders ended the warmup matches as the leading scorer with 89 runs in three inning, while Dean Minors scored 28 in two innings.
In the bowling department, Kamau Leverock and Ceejay Outerbridge both captured a total of 7 wickets in three games.
Total Batting Runs
..89 Tre Manders ..28 Dean Minors ..18 Brian Hall ..16 Terryn Fray ..16 OJPitcher ..14 Kamau Leverock ..13 Ceejay Outerbridge ..09 Tomiko Wilson ..08 Dennico Hollis ..08 Steven Bremar ..04 Jordan Smith ..03 Clay Darrell ..02 Jordan Desilva ..00 Nyrobi Mills ..00 Greg Maybury
22.-3-70-7 Kamau Leverock 19.-0-71-7 Ceejay Outerbridge 4.2-0-19-2 OJ Pitcher 10.-1-35-2 Brian Hall 17.-1-67-2 Jordan Smith 12.-1-48-2 Greg Maybury 4.0-0-15-1 Terryn Fray 5.0-0-34-0 Nyrobi Mills 18.-2-69-0 Jordan Desilva
6 Dean Minors 2 Tre Manders 1 Kamau Leverock 1 Ceejay Outerbridge 1 Steven Bremar 1 Brian Hall 1 Tomiko Wilson 1 Jordan Smith
Wednesday, October 26, 2016
Bermuda's Delray Rawlins Begins England Training
Sussex assistant head coach Jon Lewis linked up with the county’s young allrounder Delray Rawlins in Loughborough this week – and the pair are hoping to take their partnership to India early next year.
Lewis has been appointed fast bowling coach for the Young Lions programme on England cricket’s International Pathway this winter.
And Rawlins, the 19-year-old from Bermuda who came to Sussex to pursue his dream of a career in cricket, is hoping to do enough in the next two months to earn selection for the England Under-19s team who will play four-day and one-day matches in India in the spring of 2017.
“I think he’s going to be a fine cricketer in time,” Lewis said of Rawlins during the first day of a training camp at the National Cricket Performance Centre.
“He’s still got lots to learn, but he’s a really good competitor, and a very natural cricketer – hopefully this will be a big part of his development and good for Sussex as well as England.”
Rawlins drew approving comments from Durham captain and former England stalwart Paul Collingwood, who has joined Lewis on the Young Lions coaching staff this winter, as he faced a range of spinners in the marquee which allows grass pitch practice throughout the winter at the NCPC.
He will also work with former Surrey and England batsman Graham Thorpe, and the former England offspinner Peter Such, among many other coaches during two camps in Loughborough followed by three weeks in Dubai in December.
“For all the lads here, this is a huge opportunity,” Lewis added. “There’s so much knowledge in the coaching staff, and across the board in every department. You turn up here at the NCPC and the facilities are excellent, and you’ve got access to coaches who can hook into you and how you want to develop your game. It’s an invaluable experience for these lads, with the chance to go to Dubai and then in India - they can only benefit from that.”
The same goes for Lewis as a coach, after two years on the Sussex staff, initially as bowling coach before he became assistant to head coach Mark Davis in 2016.
“In a funny sort of way you feel like you’re being selected to do it, which is really nice – even to the point where you put the shirt on and it reminds you of how you felt before,” said the 41-year-old, who played 16 times for England – 13 of them in one-day internationals, although his most memorable impact came with four wickets in the symbolic T20 victory over Australia which set the scene for the 2005 Ashes triumph.
“It’s nice to be asked to come and help out. I really enjoy my coaching and feel I’ve got a lot to add to any programme I’m involved in, and help these guys become better cricketers which is what we’re all here for.
“Within my role at Sussex I’m very involved with Kevin Shine [the ECB’s fast bowling lead coach] and have communicated with him all the time about the guys involved in his programmes – George Garton, Tymal Mills and of course Matt Hobden. All the time I suppose he’s learning about you as a coach and understanding what you’ve got to offer - and to put me forward to Andy Hurry to be part of the Young Lions programme here is a really good opportunity for me to develop as a coach, and help the team do well.
“I can’t go to Dubai because I’m already committed to a tour with the Sussex Academy. But I’ve got the opportunity to go to India in February and get involved in the competitive cricket which is something I’m really keen on, and hopefully my knowledge of the subcontinent and tactics and the way to get the ball in the right condition for the ball to move around will be of some use out there.”
Tuesday, October 25, 2016
Janeiro Tucker Replaces Terryn Fray
The BCB can confirm that Janeiro Tucker has been selected as a replacement for Terryn Fray.
The BCB can confirm that Janeiro Tucker has been selected as a replacement for Terryn Fray. The national selectors considered carefully the loss of Fray as a specialist batsman. As the current stand-by list only has 2 seam bowlers and a reserve wicket-keeper it was deemed necessary to reach outside the current squad. Janeiro will leave Bermuda on Thursday October 27th which will enable him to get to Los Angeles a full day ahead of Bermuda’s first game (against USA) on Saturday October 29th.
Lloyd Fray, President of the BCB, said: “I am extremely grateful that Janeiro has returned to assist our country at short notice. I recognise that he has had to postpone his scheduled shoulder surgery to accommodate this change at the eleventh hour.
I wish to give special thanks to our friends at Digicel/BTC. Robin Seale and his team have always been very supportive of our national sport and we especially appreciate their sacrifice at this busy time for them.”
The BCB are also pleased to mention that, at the request of the coaching staff, Terryn Fray has been added to the touring squad in a non-playing capacity.
Monday, October 24, 2016
Bermuda - Canada Game 3 Round Up
Manders Working the Ball on the onside
CANADA WIN BY 71 RUNS
Canada 203/9 Bermuda 132
www.islandstats.com can report that unfortunately Bermuda Vice Captain Terryn Fray has been ruled out of the ICC Division 4 Tournament due to a broken finger
Bermuda 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 was Temiko Wilson, Clay Darrell and Nyrobi Mills with Steven Bermar keeping wicket.
Canada won the toss and elected to bat scoring 203/9 in their 50 overs. Dilon Heyliger was their top scorer with 68, while Kamau Leverock led the Bermuda bowling attack with figures of 9-2-30-5.
In reply Bermuda scored 132, with Tre Manders scoring a game high 73 before being run out, while figures of 7.0-1-15-4 saw Ammar Khalid lead the Canadian bowling attack.
..02 (04) Armaan Kapoor c Steven Bremar b Ceejay Outerbridge ..25 (44) Bhavindu Adhihetty c Jordan Smith b Kamau Leverock ..68 (92) Dilon Heyliger c Tomiko Wilson b Jordan Smith ..00 (02) Nikhil Dutta LBW Kamau Leverock ..00 (02) Srimarthe Wijeyeratne b Kamau Leverock ..23 (35) Navneet Dhaliwal b Brian Hall ..39 (70) Saad Zafar b Kamau Leverock ..01 (05) Gayan Wijethilaka c & b Brian Hall ..12 (27) Ammar Khalid c Tre Manders b Kamau Leverock ..12 (20) Dilraj Atwal Not Out ..00 (04) Fasial Jamkandi Not Out ..21 Extras (7w-3nb-3lb-3b-5p) 203 Total for 9 Wickets after 50 overs
6.0-0-20-1 Ceejay Outerbridge 10.-2-34-0 Jordan Desilva 9.0-2-30-5 Kamau Leverock 5.0-0-34-0 Nyrobi Mills 10.-1-39-1 Jordan Smith 10.-1-35-2 Brian Hall
..09 (15) Tomiko Wilson c Srimarthe Wijeyeratne b Ammar Khalid ..03 (10) Clay Darrell b Fasial Jamkandi ..73 (106) Tre Manders Run Out ..00 (01) Dennico Hollis LBW Ammar Khalid ..02 (04) Steven Bremar b Ammar Khalid ..06 (05) Kamau Leverock st Srimarthe Wijeyeratne b Nikhil Dutta ..02 (08) Jordan Desilva c Armaan Kapoor b Nikhil Dutta ..10 (19) Brian Hall c Nikhil Dutta b Gayan Wijethilaka ..13 (32) Ceejay Outerbridge b Ammar Khalid ..00 (04) Jordan Smith b Dilon Heyliger ..00 (02) Nyrobi Mills Not Out ..15 Extras (5w-1nb-4lb-5p) 132 Total All Out after 36.1 overs
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