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Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Premier & First Division T20 Semi-Finals

The Bermuda Cricket Board has announced the Premier and First Division Twenty20 Semi-Finals that will take place this coming weekend with all four games held in the East End.

Premier Division Twenty20 Semi-Finals @ Lord’s in St. David’s

11am - Flatts Victoria vs. Southampton Rangers
3pm - St. David’s Cricket Club vs. Bailey’s Bay

First Division Twenty20 Semi-Finals @ Wellington Oval

11am - Western Stars vs. Somerset Bridge
3pm - St. George’s Cricket Club vs. Devonshire Recreation Club

Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Dill Talks New Umpires for 2015 Season

Dill, Dawson & Groundman Calvin Richardson
The Bermuda Cricket Umpires Association have six new active members in their fold, with four of them already making their debut according to the BCUA Education Officer Roger Dill.

On Saturday at the Wellington Oval in a 50 over match between the St. George’s Cricket Club and the Bermuda Under 18 National Team, Dill officiated alongside Cebble Dawson who was making her debut.

Dill said, ‘I think she handled herself very well in her first game, she had to make a decision on the first ball that she was in on umpire giving a batsman out caught, so she worked the nerves out.”

Monday, May 25, 2015
Top Batting & Bowling Performances

Temiko Wilson
A First Division match, Twenty20 matches and Bermudian cricketers competing overseas 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 Delray Rawlins playing for Eastbourrne Cricket Club had the best weekend scoring 100 in his first appearance for the club, while Temiko Wilson scored 65 not out playing against PHC and his teammate scored 64 runs in the same game.

Ryan Steede from the St. George’s Cricket Club returned best figures of 5-1-09-4, while figures of 4-0-20-4 saw Swayne Campbell representing Western Stars record the second best figures of the weekend. Vernon Eve from the Southampton rangers had figures of 4-0-23-4 for the third best figures for the weekend.


100 Delray Rawlins – Eastbourne Cricket Club

.65* Temiko Wilson – Western Stars
..64 Makai Young – Western Stars
..64 Jahnoi Bean – Somerset Cricket Club
..55 Kwame Tucker – Southampton Rangers
..52 Donnie Charles – Somerset Bridge
.51* Dion Stovell – Southampton Rangers

*Denotes Not Out


5.0-1-09-4 Ryan Steede – St. George’s Cricket Club

4.0-0-20-4 Swayne Campbell – Western Stars
4.0-0-23-4 Vernon Eve – Southampton Rangers
8.0-1-25-4 Cameron Jeffers – Bermuda Under 19 National Team
3.0-0-11-3 Nzari Paynter – St. George’s Cricket Club
4.0-0-12-3 Darnell Ferrell – Flatt’s Victoria
4.0-0-13-3 Caleb Jean-Pierre – St. George’s Cricket Club
4.0-1-18-3 Kyle Hodsoll – Bailey’s Bay
3.3-0-20-3 Rahji Edness – Flatt’s Victoria
4.0-0-24-3 Sheroy Fubler – Willow Cuts
4.0-0-24-3 Vernon Eve – Southampton Rangers
6.4-0-34-3 Kamau Leverock – Newport Cricket Club

Sunday, May 24, 2015
BCB Twenty20 Round Up

Marshall batting for St. George's
St. George’s Cricket Club Win by 8 Wickets

Somerset Bridge 108/8 St. George’s Cricket Club 109/2

At the Wellington Oval, visiting Somerset Bridge batted first and was restricted to 108/8 in their allotted 20 overs, Donnie Charles was the top scorer with 52. Nzari Paynter was the pick of the St. George’s Cricket Club bowlers returning figures of 3-0-11-3, while Caleb Jean-Pierre bowled 4-0-13-3. In reply St. George’s Cricket Club scored 109/2, Charles Marshall III and Macai Simmons shared a 84 run 3rd wicket partnership steer the home team to the win. Simmons scored 43 not out, while Marshall scored 38 not out.

Western Stars Win by 89 Runs

Western Stars 183/1 PHC 94/9

Young batting for Western Stars
At the St. John’s Field, PHC won the toss and sent Western Stars to bat, they scored 183/1 in their allotted 20 overs, Temiko Wilson and Makai Young shared a 107 opening wicket partnership. Wilson scored 65 not out, while Young scored 64, Brian Hall added 36 not out. Jahkari Hollis was the only bowler for PHC to claim a wicket returning figures of 4-0-37-1. In reply PHC were restricted to 94/9 in their allotted 20 overs, Charles Trott was the top scorer with 28. Swayne Campbell was the pick of the Western Stars bowlers with figures of 4-0-20-4, Seth Campbell bowled 4-0-20-2 and Naquan Smith had figures of 4-0-27-2.

Bailey’s Bay Win by 4 Wickets

Cleveland County 90/8 Bailey’s Bay 92/6

Gibbons Ran Out Manders
At the Sea Breeze Oval, Cleveland County batted first and were restricted to 90/8 in their allotted 20 overs, an opening wicket partnership of 48 between Treadwell Gibbons and Jason Anderson had Cleveland looking for a big score, but no other batsman reached double figures. Anderson was the top scorer with 29, while Gibbons scored 28. Kyle Hodsoll’s early season form continued as he led the Bailey’s Bay bowling attack with figures of 4-1-18-3. In reply Bailey’s Bay scored 92/6, Tre Manders was the top scorer with 23 before he was run out by the bowler Gibbons. Justin Talbot was the pick of the Cleveland County bowlers with figures of 2-0-8-2.

Bailey’s Bay Win by 9 Runs

Bailey’s Bay 159/5 Somerset Cricket Club 150/5

Irving Romaine scored 43 off 24 deliveries helping Bailey’s Bay reach a target of 159/5 in their allotted 20 overs against the Somerset Cricket Club. Sinclair Smith added 38 and Ricky Hoyte added 35, Joshua Gilbert was the pick of the Somerset Cricket Club bowlers with figures of 3-0-13-2. In reply the Somerset Cricket Club came up 9 runs short of their target scoring 150/5, Jahnoi Bean scored 64 off 59 deliveries hitting 8 fours and 2 sixes in his inning, Pierre Smith added 36 and Jacobi Robinson scored 28. Romaine returned figures of 3-0-14-2 to lead the Bailey’s Bay bowling attack to victory.

Saturday, May 23, 2015
Leverock, Maybury, Fray & Newport Win Big

Greg Maybury
Kamau Leverock, Greg Maybury and Terryn Fray all suited up for Newport Cricket Club in their South Wales Premier League Division One 1st XI match against St Fagans Cricket Club.

St Fagans Cricket Club won the toss and elected to bat, they were bowled all out for 191 in 45.4 overs. Leverock led the bowling attack finishing with figures of 6.4-0-34-3, he also had a hand in a run out. Maybury returned figures of 6-0-26-2.

In reply Newport Cricket Club openers Matthew Norris and Matthew Jones scored 83 and 89 as the pair crossed the score without the team losing a wicket.
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