Tuesday, August 23, 2016
Bermuda Cricketers Weekend Top Performers
Bermuda Cricket Board Premier and First Division matches resumed, as well as the Final Round of the Western County Cup competition this past weekend, www.islandstats.com brings you the top performers with both bat and ball for the weekend matches in which we were able to obtain the scorecards on the day of the match.
Kyle Hodsoll led the Bowlers
The weekend’s top scorer was Janeiro Tucker with a knock of 76 for the Southampton Rangers against the St. David’s Cricket Club in their Premier Division match, Lionel Cann scored 65 for the Warwick Workmen’s Club in their First Division loss to the St. George’s Cricket Club and Terryn Fray from Bailey’s Bay was the third top scorer with a knock of 59.
In the Bowling Department, with figures of 10-0-42-7, saw Kyle Hodsoll from Bailey’s Bay returned the best figures of the weekend during their win over Western Stars, Derrick Brangman a guest plyer for the Southampton Rangers in their Western County Cup match had the second best bowling figures of 10.-5-21-5 and with figures of 10-2-30-4 Macai Simmons have the third best figures while playing for the St. George’s Cricket Club in their 7 wicket win over the Warwick Workmen’s Club in their First Division match.
..76 Janeiro Tucker – Southampton Rangers
..65 Lionel Cann - Warwick Workmen’s Club
..59 Terryn Fray – Bailey’s Bay
..55 Allan Douglas – St. David’s Cricket Club
10.-0-42-7 Kyle Hodsoll – Bailey’s Bay
10.-5-21-5 Derrick Brangman – Southampton Rangers
10.-2-30-4 Macai Simmons – St. George’s Cricket Club
10.-2-36-4 Dion Stovell – St. David’s Cricket Club
5.0-3-02-3 Greg Foggo – St. George’s Cricket Club
7.0-0-26-3 Makai Young – Western Stars
4.2-0-28-3 Dion Stovell – Southampton Rangers
10.-1-33-3 Paul Carr – Flatt’s Victoria
Sunday, August 21, 2016
Bermuda Cricket Premier & First Division Round Up
St. David’s Win by 8 Wickets
Southampton Rangers 160 St. David’s Cricket Club 161/2
At Lord’s in St. David’s, the home team won the toss and sent Southampton Rangers to bat, they bowled them out for 160, with Janeiro Tucker the top scorer with 76, Dion Stovell returned bowling figures of 10-2-36-4.
In reply Allan Douglas scored 55 to guide the St. David’s Cricket Club to a 8 wicket victory as they scored 161/2, Vernon Eve had figures of 4.2-0-16-1.
Bailey’s Bay Win by 75 Runs
Bailey’s Bay 192 Western Stars 117
A week after defeated previously undefeated league leaders St. David’s Cricket Club Western Stars had a chance to defeat the second place team, however things did not go their way. They bowled Bailey’s Bay out for 192, with Terryn Fray the top scorer with 59, Makai Young led Western Stars with 3-26, while Treadwell Gibbons bowled 2-10.
In reply Western Stars were bowled out for 117, Rohann Davis was the top scorer with 25, Kyle Hodsoll returned figures of 7-42.
St. George’s Cricket Club Win by 7 Wickets
Warwick Workmen’s Club 150 St. George’s Cricket Club 153/3
At the Wellington Oval, Lionel Cann scored 65 runs as Warwick Workmen’s Club were bowled out for 150, Macai Simmons returned figures of 10-2-30-4. In reply player coach Ryan Steede scored 73 to guide the St. George’s Cricket Club to victory, three Warwick Workmen’s Club bowlers grabbed a wicket each.
Flatt’s Victoria Win by 6 Wickets
PHC 141 Flatt’s Victoria 144/4
At the PHC Stadium, the home team batted first and were bowled out for 141, Kevin Lambe was the top scorer with 33, while Paul Carr returned figures of 10-1-33-3.
In reply player coach Wendell white scored 44 not out as Flatt’s Victoria scored 144/4, while Randy Bean returned figures of 9-1-29-2.
Saturday, August 20, 2016
Western County Cup Round Up
Southampton Rangers are 2016 Western County Cup Champions
Derrick Brangman Claimed 5 Wickets
Somerset Bridge 81 Southampton Rangers 83/1
In the final round of the 2016 Western County Cup the Southampton Rangers were able to defeat the Somerset Bridge by 9 wickets at the PHC Stadium.
Batting first Somerset Bridge were bowled out for 81, Clarence Trott was the top scorer with 19, while Derrick Brangman returned figures of 10-5-21-5 to lead the Southampton Rangers bowling attack, while Dion Stovell had figures of 4.2-0-28-3.
In reply the Alex Dore scored 41 not out as the Southampton Ranger lost only one wicket in the chase scoring 83/1, Trott claimed the only wicket for the Somerset Bridge, he had figures of 3.5-0-22-1.
Somerset Bridge Inning
..07 Shawn Riley b Ryan Belboda
..00 Noel Woods b Derrick Brangman
..11 Joshua Gilbert b Dion Stovell
..04 Donnie Charles b Derrick Brangman
..11 Maclaren Smith c & b Dion Stovell
..07 Jason Smith LBW Derrick Brangman
..10 Scott Tucker b Hasan Durham
..19 Clarence Trott b Derrick Brangman
..02 Bslsil Lambert c Dion Stovell b Derrick Brangman
..03 Shawn Perinchief Not Out
..03 Wayne Ball b Dion Stovell
..04 Extras (2lb-1w-1nb)
..81 Total All Out after 29.4 overs
Fall of Wickets: 1-8 (Riley), 2-21 (Gilbert), 3-25 (Woods), 4-26 (Charles), 5-36 (Maclaren Smith), 6-47 (Tucker), 7-71 (Jason Smith), 8-74 (Trott), 9-75 (Lambert), 10-81 (Ball)
Southampton Rangers Bowlers
5.0-1-12-0 Kevin Tucker
4.0-1-05-1 Ryan Belboda
10.-5-21-5 Derrick Brangman
4.2-0-28-3 Dion Stovell
6.0-1-12-1 Hasan Durham
0.2-0-01-0 Jason Wade
Southampton Rangers Inning
..41 Alex Dore Not Out
..19 Vernon Eve c Wayne Ball b Clarence Trott
..08 Andrew Raynor Not Out
..15 Extras (5lb-10w)
..83 Total for 1 Wicket after 18.5 overs
Fall of Wicket: 1-59 (Eve)
Somerset Bridge Bowlers
6.0-1-20-0 Noel Woods
4.0-1-07-0 Donnie Charles
3.0-0-16-0 Joshua Gilbert
3.5-0-22-1 Clarence Trott
2.0-0-13-0 Shawn Riley
Friday, August 19, 2016
Leverock's Somerset and Glamorgan End Exciting Draw
Kamau Leverock and his Somerset 2nd XI game against Glamorgan 2nd XI went down to the wire on Day Three of their 2nd XI 3-Day Match at Taunton Vale.
On the Final Day Glamorgan resumed their inning of 162/2 a lead of 316 runs, they batted another 8 overs to score 238/2 a lead of 392 before declaring.
The declaration left Leverock and Somerset to bat 83 overs in search of victory, when the dust settled Somerset reached 385/9 missing out on victory by 7 runs or avoiding the defeat by not losing their final wicket.
During the Glamorgan second inning Leverock finished with figures of 9-3-46-0, in the Somerset Second Inning Leverock batting at number 8 scored 3 runs off 7 deliveries.
Thursday, August 18, 2016
Leverock, Players of the Week & ICC Americas
Leverock & Somerset Continue Glamorgan Battle
Kamau Leverock and his Somerset 2nd XI continued taking on a Glamorgan 2nd XI in a 2nd XI 3-day match at Taunton Vale.
On Day One Glamorgan 2nd XI won toss and decided to bat, at the end of the day they scored 358/6 after 104 overs, they declared their inning at the close of play.
On Day Two Leverock and his Somerset teammates were bowled out for 202 after 58.5 overs, Leverock scored 26 runs batting in the number 8 spot, he faced 27 balls hitting 2 fours and 2 sixes in his knock.
Glamorgan went back to bat going on to score 162/2 in 35 overs to take a lead of 316 runs, at the close of play Leverock returned figures of 6-3-21-0.
Bermuda Cricket Players of the Week
Logic and the Bermuda Cricket Board announced that the Logic Premier Division ‘Player of the Week’ is Brian Hall of Western Stars. Hall played an outstanding all-round role for his team as they inflicted the first defeat of the year on St. David’s Cricket Club. Hall took 4 wickets and scored 71 runs in a game that was won by Western Stars off the last ball of the match.
As at August 18th, the Logic 50 Overs Premier Division League standings are:
143 St. David’s Cricket Club
125 Bailey's Bay
91 Southampton Rangers
73 Western Stars
32 Cleveland County
31 Willow Cuts
The Logic First Division ‘Player of the Week’ is Jordan DeSilva of Somerset. DeSilva scored consecutive centuries last weekend, 120 against Somerset Bridge and 102 not out against PHC. Both centuries led to comprehensive wins for Somerset which has put them in pole position for promotion to the Logic Premier League in 2017.
The Logic 50 Overs First Division League standings are:
122 Somerset Cricket Club
101 Flatts Victoria
74 St. George's Cricket Club
70 Devonshire Recreation Club
41 Somerset Bridge
32 Warwick Workmen’s Club
Making the presentation for the Logic Player of the Week Awards was presented by Olatunji Tucker - Marketing Development Manager.
Nzari Paynter and Chare Smith played in the ICC Americas Team that went down by 7 wickets to Barbados during the West Indies One Day Regional Under 19 Tournament.
In a match played at the Arnos Vale Playing Field, ICC Americas won the toss and went to bat, they were bowled out for 203, Paynter batting in the number 7 position as out without scoring off 3 deliveries, while Smith was not out for 1 off 5 deliveries.
Smith opened the bowling returning figures of 9-0-47-1 as Barbados scored 204/3 in 45.4 overs, he claimed the wicket of Barbados opener Shian Brathwaite for 12, while Paynter bowled 3-0-23-0.