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Tuesday, May 24, 2022
Leverock & Manders to Compete in Unity Cup T20 Tournament

22 Yards Cricket Club and USA Cricket have got the ICC sanction to host the 2nd edition of the Unity Cup T20 tournament in the Washington DC area from May 25th – 30th, 2022 at the venues of Veterans Cricket field and Bolen Parks Cricket Fields.

Two players from Bermuda have been included in Kamau Leverock and Tre Manders have been drafted into the Florida Scorpions squad.

The tournament will see thirteen (13) teams compete with most of the players taking part also registered to play the 2nd edition of Minor League Cricket (MiLC) in June 2022.

The tournament will have the 13 teams divided into four (4) groups and will play their round-robin group stage matches, before the knock-out stages of the competition. Group A consists of teams from Clarion County Asia UTD, RDU, and Stallions, while Group B consists of teams from Cavaliers 22 Yards, Potomac, DMV Warriors, and Yankee Royals.

Group C consists of teams from Atlanta Fire, SAMP Army and Stallions X, while Group D will consist of teams from Cric Lanes, Florida Scorpions and Skky Strikers.

All the teams feature players from the USA domestic circuit, including overseas professionals who have signed up with MiLC in the past couple of years and also players from other Associate member boards.

Some of the known players from other overseas countries include the likes of Nitish Kumar, David Wiese, Gareth Delaney, Basant Regmi, Rizwan Cheema, Saad bin Zafar, Manders, Dilon Heyliger, Leverock, Nikhil Dutta, Aryan Lakra, Tom Bruce, Hussain Talat, Riki Wessels, Samit Patel, Neil Broom, Nyeem Young, Kesrick Williams, Peter Younghusband, Tom Barber, Rayad Emrit and others.
Monday, May 23, 2022
Weekend Top Cricket Performers

Terryn Fray
With the 2022 Bermuda Cricket Board 50 overs League Season underway, today www.islandstats.com takes a look at the weekend’s top performers, both locally and abroad.

On the first weekend of the season three players scored centuries. Ajuan Lambe from the St. David’s Cricket Club was the weekend’s top scorer with a knock of 126, JJ Nel from Flatt Victoria scored the second highest with a knock of 108, and Terryn Fray from Bailey’s Bay scored the third highest scoring 101.

With figures of 6.3-1-11-4 Malachi Jones from the Warwick Workmen’s retuned the best bowling figures for the weekend, while Jordan Burgess from Bailey’s Bay had the second best figures of the weekend bowling 7-1-24-4, and George O’Brien Jr from St. David’s Cricket Club had the third best figures of 10-0-27-4.


126 Ajuan Lambe - St. David’s Cricket Club

108 JJ Nel – Flatt’s Victoria
101 Terryn Fray – Bailey’s Bay
75* Kijuan Franks – Flatt’s Victoria
..61 Brandon Trott – Bailey’s Bay
..56 Derrick Brangman - St. David’s Cricket Club
..55 Sergio Raynor – Willow Cuts
53* Justin Pitcher - St. David’s Cricket Club
* Denotes Not Out


6.3-1-11-4 Malachi Jones - Warwick Workmen’s

7.0-1-24-4 Jordan Burgess - Bailey’s Bay
10.-0-27-4 George O’Brien Jr - St. David’s Cricket Club
8.0-2-35-4 Tybrae Robinson - Cleveland County
4.0-1-15-3 Kamron Mason – Somerset Bridge
6.0-0-17-3 Luke Fulton - Bermuda Under 19 Team
7.0-2-18-3 Donnie Charles – Somerset Bridge
4.5-0-18-3 Shawn Riley – Somerset Bridge
5.0-0-32-3 Jalani Richardson - Cleveland County
10.-0-35-3 Derrick Brangman - St. David’s Cricket Club
8.5-0-45-3 Paul Carr-Harvey - Flatt’s Victoria
9.0-1-52-3 Swayne Campbell – Western Stars
10.-1-54-3 Kamal Bashir - Willow Cuts
7.0-0-61-3 Dante Wellman - Western Stars
Sunday, May 22, 2022
Local & Overseas Cricket Round-Up

Delray Rawlins

Ali Orr top scored for Delray Rawlins and his Sussex teammates making 59 runs after New Zealand declared on 342-3 overnight, but the hosts were eventually bowled out for 247.

Rawlins was only one of six Sussex batsmen in double figures as he scored 10 off 27 deliveries, he hit two fours.


Bailey’s Bay 245/5 Southampton Rangers 116

Bailey’s Bay Win by 129 Runs

Click Here to see Pictures of Bailey’s Bay vs. Southampton Rangers May 22nd 2022

At the Sea Breeze Oval, Bailey’s Bay defeated the Southampton Rangers by 129 runs.

Bailey’s Bay won the toss and elected to bat, a 147-run third-wicket partnership between Brandon Trott and Terryn Fray helped to guide Bailey’s Bay to their total of 245/5. Fray scored 101 off 118 balls, he hit 9 fours and 3 sixes, while Trott scored 61 off 110 balls hitting 6 fours and 1 six. Janeiro Tucker was the pick of the Southampton Rangers bowlers returning figures of 10-0-50-2.

In reply the Southampton Rangers were bowled out for 116, Jaloni Albouy was the top scorer with 56, while Jordan Burgess was the pick of the Bailey’s Bay bowlers returning figures of 7-1-24-4.

Willow Cuts 208 St. David’s Cricket Club 311/7

St. David’s Cricket Club Win by 103 runs

At the Somerset Cricket Club, St. David’s Cricket Club defeated Willow Cuts by 103 runs.

St. David’s Cricket Club batted first and scored 311/7. Ajuan Lambe led St. David’s to the total scoring 126 off 108 balls hitting 14 fours and 6 sixes, while Derrick Brangman added 56, and Justin Pitcher scored 53 not out. Kamal Bashir was the pick of the Willow Cuts bowlers with figures of 10-1-54-3.

In reply Willow Cuts were bowled out for 208, Sergio Raynor was their top scorer with 55 off 56 balls, he hit 9 fours, George O’Brien Jr was the pick of the St. David’s Cricket Club bowlers with figures of 10-0-27-4, while Brangman bowled 10-0-35-3.


Flatt’s Victoria 279/9 Western Stars 222

Flatt’s Victoria Won by 57 Runs

At Lord’s St. David’s, Flatt’s Victoria defeated Western Stars by 57 runs.

Flatt’s Victoria batted first scoring 279/9, a 161 run 5th wicket partnership between JJ Nel, and Kijuan Franks helped Flatt’s to the total, Nel scored 108 off 80 balls hitting 6 fours and 7 sixes, Franks scored 75 Not Out. Swayne Campbell was the pick of the Western Stars bowlers with figures of 9-1-52-3, and Dante Wellman bowled 7-0-61-3.

In reply Western Stars were bowled out for 222, Brian Hall was their top scorer with 34, while Paul Carr-Harvey was the pick of the Flatt’s Victoria bowlers returning figures of 8.5-0-45-3.

Cleveland County 131 Warwick Workmen’s Club 91

Cleveland County Won by 40 Runs

Cleveland County defeated Warwick Workmen’s Club by 40 runs at the Southampton Oval.

Cleveland County batted first and was bowled out for 131, Curtis Jackson was the top scorer with 30, while Malachi Jones led the Warwick Workmen’s bowling attack with figures of 6.3-1-11-4.

In reply Warwick Workmen’s Club was bowled out for 91, Jones was the top scorer with 29, while Tybrae Robinson was the pick of the Cleveland County bowlers returning figures of 8-2-35-4, Jalani Richardson bowled 5-0-32-3.

Saturday, May 21, 2022
Local & Overseas Cricket Round-Up

Somerset Bridge Win by 3 Wickets

Bermuda Under 19 Team 130 Somerset Bridge 131/7

Click Here to see Pictures Somerset Bridge vs Bermuda Under 19 May 21st 2022

The 2022 Bermuda Cricket Board season got underway at the White Hill Field with Somerset Bridge hosting the Bermuda Under 19 National team.

Batting first the Bermuda Under 19 team was bowled out for 130, Luke Fulton was the top scorer with 41, while Donnie Charles, Shawn Riley, and Kamron Mason all grabbed three wickets each.

In reply the Somerset Bridge scored 131/7, Donnie Charles scored the season's first half-century with a knock of 55, and Fulton was also the pick of the Bermuda Under 19 team bowlers returning figures of 6-0-17-3.

Delray Rawlins

After the first day was abandoned by the match umpires due to heavy rain, New Zealand won the toss and batted all day in the sunshine at The 1st Central County Ground, against Delray Rawlins and his Sussex teammates.

The visitors are preparing for a three-match test series against England in June and made the most of fantastic batting conditions to get some much-needed time in the middle.

New Zealand captain Tom Latham opened the batting alongside Will Young, with Latham making 65 before retiring not out, and Young 55. Hamish Rutherford came in at number 3, making 31 before being caught out in spectacular fashion by sub-fielder Mohammad Rizwan off the bowling of Delray Rawlins.

Rawlins’ persistence paid off again in the final session of the day, taking the wicket of Cam Fletcher finishing with figures of 17-2-63-2, as new Zealand ended the day o 342/3.

Kamau Leverock

Kamau Leverock and his Rode Park Cricket Club teammates made light work of the Elworth Cricket Club defeating them by 7 wickets.

Rode Park won the toss and sent Elworth Cricket Club to bat, were they were bowled out restricted to 162/8, with Leverock returning figures of 8-1-18-1.

In reply, Leverock scored 21 off 28 deliveries hitting 4 fours as Rode Park scored 1616/3 in 37.2 overs.

Cameron Jeffers & Amari Ebbin

Cameron Jeffers, Amari Ebbin, and their Cowbridge Cricket Club teammates went down to Ynystawe Cricket Club by 1 wicket.

Batting first Cowbridge scored 192/8, Ebbin scored 30 off 54 deliveries hitting 4 fours, with Jeffers adding 6.

In reply Ynystawe scored 193/9, Jeffers returned figures of 10-2-40-1, both Ebbin and Jeffers held onto a catch.

Friday, May 20, 2022
Back Yard Cricket League Update

Bermuda Hospital Board 127/3 Hamilton Corporation 126/5

The Back Yard Cricket League continued at the Police Field, Bermuda Hospital Board and Hamilton Corporation.
Click Here to see Pictures Bermuda Hospital Board vs Hamilton Corporation May 20th, 2022

The Bermuda Hospital Board defeated Hamilton Corporation by 7 wickets. Corporation’s MVP Troy Hall led the way with the bat scoring 57 not out, while Jamal Holder was the pick of the Bermuda Hospital Board bowlers with figures of 3-0-19-2.

In reply the Bermuda Hospital Board scored 127/3, MVP Holder was the top scorer with 40, while Graison McCallan was the pick of the Hamilton Corporation bowlers with figures of 2-0-23-1

Hamilton Corporation Inning

..06 (06) Graison McCallan c Jamal Holder b Wayne Burke
..26 (29) William Tatem c Dev Hanuman † b Jamal Holder
..00 (01) Winston Simmons b Jamal Holder
..01 (05) Calvin Dill b Raynell Richards
..57 (39) Troy Hall Not Out

..05 (04) Otis Nolan Run Out
..31 Extras (4b-3lb-14w-10nb)
126 Total for 5 wickets after 15 overs

Fall of Wicket: 1-15 (McCallan), 2-15 (Simmons), 3-26 (Dill), 4-113 (Tatem), 5-126 (Nolan)

Bermuda Hospital Board Bowlers

3.0-0-19-2 Jamal Holder
3.0-0-20-1 Wayne Burke
2.0-0-22-1 Raynell Richards
2.0-0-11-0 Preston Swan
3.0-0-25-0 Andrew Rima
2.0-0-22-0 Sudhahakar Dasari

Bermuda Hospital Board Inning

..00 (01) Kenny Maybury b Graison McCallan
..40 (29) Jamal Holder b Jelani Carlington
..28 (18) Dev Hanuman b William Tatem
..24 (13) Wayne Burke Not Out
..00 (04) Anil Veera Not oOut
..36 Extras (35w-1nb)
127 Total for 3 Wickets after 12.4 overs

Fall of Wicket: 1-0 (Maybury 0.1), 2-83 (Hanuman), 3-119 (Holder 11.1)

Hamilton Corporation Bowlers

2.0-0-23-1 Graison McCallan
4.0-0-25-1 Jelani Carlington
2.0-0-23-0 Fred Richardson
3.0-0-31-0 Calvin Dill
1.0-0-18-1 William Tatem
0.3-0-08-0 Keith Gumbs

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