St. David’s Cricket Club 180 Southampton Rangers 182/5
The Southampton Rangers put themselves in the driver seat to claim the Premier Division League title following this 5 wicket victory over the St. David’s Cricket Club at the Southampton Oval.
Batting first the St. David’s Cricket club were bowled out for 180, Ajuan Lamb was the top scorer with 34, while Janeiro Tucker was the pick of the Southampton Rangers bowlers with figures of 9-1-23-4 and Vernon Eve returned figures of 10-1-40-3.
In reply Southampton Rangers scored 182/5, Dion Stovell and Ricardo Brangman both scored 45, with Brangman not out, George O’Brien Jr. was the pick of the St. David’s Cricket Club bowlers with figures of 10-0-43-2.
Western Stars 119/9 Bailey’s Bay 59/5
This match between Western Stars and Bailey’s bay ended at 5:30pm when Derrick Brangman was given out by umpire Kent Gibbons and batman refuse to leave the wicket. Brangman was disputing a no ball for height above the waist after he was caught out, he stayed at the wicket for several minutes before the umpire drew stumps.
Earlier in the match Bailey's Bay won toss and decided to field, western Stars would score 119/9 in their allotted 50 overs, Rohan Davis was their top scorer with 37, Rodney Trott was the pick of the Bailey’s Bay bowlers with figures of 10-3-17-3.
In reply Bailey’s Bay were 59/5 when the incident took place ending the match, Terryn Fray was the top scorer with 22, while Justin Robinson had bowling figures of 10-4-10-2.
Somerset Bridge Win by 4 Wickets
Devonshire Recreation Club 121 Somerset Bridge 127/6
At the Devonshire Rec, the host batted first and were bowled out for 121, Ajai Daniels was their top scorer with 56 not out, he hit 5 fours and 4 sixes in his inning, while Torleair Caines led the Somerset Bridge bowling attack with figures of 7-3-13-3 and Jamie Raynor bowled 4.5-1-29-3.
In reply Somerset Bridge would score 127/6, Noel Woods was the top scorer with 44 not out, while Lethland Carr was the pick of the Devonshire Recreation Club bowlers with figures of 5-0-9-1.
Flatt’s Victoria Win by 29 Runs
Flatt’s Victoria 137 Willow Cuts 108
At Lord’s in St. David’s, Flatt’s Victoria defeated Willow Cuts by 29 runs, Willow Cut won toss and decided to field, they bowled Flatt’s Victoria out for 137, Reggie baker was the top scorer with 34, Faheem Swan was the pick of the Willow Cuts bowlers with figures of 10-1-24-2.
In reply Willow Cuts were bowled out for 108, Kwasi James was the top scorer with 23, Nelson Bascome was the pick of the Flatt’s Victoria bowlers with figures of 8.5-0-30-3.
Cleveland County Win by 89 Runs
Cleveland County 154 PHC 65
At the PHC Stadium, Cleveland County defeated PHC by 89 runs, batting first Cleveland County were bowled out for 154, Makai Young was the top scorer with 34, while Jahmari Beach was the pick of the PHC bowlers with figures of 7-0-20-2.
In reply PHC were bowled out for 65, Randy Bean was the top scorer with 20, while young led the Cleveland County bowling attack with figures of 3.1-2-2-4 and Mackih McGowan had figures of 8-3-23-3.
Sunday, June 17, 2018
Scotland & Surrey Win
Scotland & Teammates
Marcus Scotland and his Surrey teammates are riding high as they are top of their Group having defeated Middlesex by 60 runs.
Scotland and Surrey scored 242/8 in their allotted overs with Scotland batting at number six run out for 11, Middlesex in reply were bowled out for 182.
Saturday, June 16, 2018
Bermuda Cricket First Division Round Up
Cleveland County Win by 5 Wickets
Flatt’s Victoria 100 Cleveland County 101/5
Cleveland County defeated Flatt’s Victoria by 5 wickets at the National Sports Center.
DaJon Carey was the top scorer with a knock of 24, while Makai Young was the pick of the Cleveland County bowlers with figures of 8-1-28-4, while Qshai Darrell bowled 6-1-18-3.
In reply Cleveland County scored 101/5, Darrell was the top scorer with 36, while Nelson Bascome was the pick of the Flatt’s Victoria bowlers returning figures of 7-1-32-4.
Somerset Bridge Win by 3 Wickets
PHC 79 Somerset Bridge 81/7
Somerset Bridge won a low scoring affair at the White Hill Field when they defeated PHC by 3 wickets.
Batting first PHC were bowled out for 79, with Jaloni Albouy the top scorer with 32, while Jamie Raynor was the pick of the Somerset Bridge bowlers with figures of 6.4-0-13-4.
In reply Somerset Bridge struggled but got over the finish line scoring 81/7, Clarence Trott was the top scorer with 20, while Dev Dinesh Hamuman was the pick of the PHC bowlers with figures of 9-2-27-5.
Thursday, June 14, 2018
BCB Players of the Week - Week Three
One Communications and the Bermuda Cricket Board announced that the One Communications Premier Division ‘Player of the Week for Week 3’ is Malachi Jones of Southampton Rangers.
In the match against the St. George’s Cricket Club, Jones played a pivotal role with both the bat and ball. Jones scored 55 runs off 71 balls with 5 fours opening the batting for Rangers. Jones then bowled 10 overs taking 4 wickets for 22 runs to complete an outstanding all-round performance.
Premier Division Standings after 5 Weeks
61 St. David’s Cricket Club 57 Southampton Rangers 42 St. George’s Cricket Club 25 Bailey’s Bay 15 Western Stars 05 Somerset Cricket Club
The One Communications First Division ‘Player of the Week for Week 3’ is Deunte Darrell of Willow Cuts.
In the game against Cleveland County, Darrell scored a critical 76 runs off 79 balls with 5 fours and 5 sixes to help steer his team to a 5-wicket victory. Earlier in the day Darrell took one wicket for 46 runs.
First Division Standings after 5 Weeks
56 Flatt’s Victoria 49 Willow Cuts 41 Warwick Workmen’s 41 Somerset Bridge 40 Cleveland County 15 Devonshire Recreation Club 05 PHC
Wednesday, June 13, 2018
Rawlins & Sussex Seconds Split with Unicorns
Delray Rawlins and his Sussex Seconds teammates split a Twenty20 double header against the Unicorns at The Saffrons Cricket Grounds.
Unicorns 78 Sussex 2nd XI 82/2
Rawlins and his Sussex 2nd’s teammates defeated the Unicorns by 8 wickets.
The Unicorns won the toss and decided to bat, they were bowled out for 78. With Rawlins opening the bowling and taking two early wickets.
Rawlins would have JB Harris back in the pavilion on the third ball of the inning bowling him and then on the last ball of his second over he would dismiss CJ Whittock taking a return catch.
Rawlins would finish with figures of 2-0-10-2.
In reply the Sussex 2nd’s would score 82/2 in 10.2 overs, with Rawlins not batting in the inning.
Sussex 2nd XI 99/8 vs Unicorns 103/7
Rawlins and his Sussex 2nds teammates would fall in this match by 3 wickets, Sussex 2nd won the toss and decided to Bat, they were restricted to 99/8 in their 20 overs, Rawlins was the top scorer with a knock of 35, he faced 31 balls hitting 2 fours and 2 sixes in his 38 minute stay at the crease.
In reply the Unicorns would score 103/7, with the scores level at 99, with one ball to bowl they would get a boundary four for the win, Rawlins finished with figures of 4-0-18-1.