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Thursday, April 17, 2014
BCB Announce Under 17 Training Squad

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The Bermuda Cricket Board announced that the players who have been selected to the Under 17 squad. The team will compete in an ICC International Triangular competition in August this year.

In addition to training the squad will compete in the Evening Cricket League and the Logic First Division on Saturdays. Training will commence at Berkeley Institute Nets on Wednesday 23 April, 5pm-7pm.

Players are advised that there will be a mandatory squad meeting for the selected players and their parents on Tuesday April 22nd, 6pm at Warwick Workmen’s Club.

Anyone else wishing to be part of the programme is also invited to the meeting on Tuesday.

Bermuda Under 17 Training Squad

1 Cameron Jeffers
2 Kacy Greene
3 Alex Dore
4 Alje Richardson
5 Amari Ebbin
6 Jade Morrissey
7 Christion Gibbons
8 Davin Dill
9 Shakeal Outerbridge
10 Micah Simons
11 Nzari Paynter
12 Sheldon Caesar
13 Joseph Basden
14 Freeman Lema Jr.
15 Isaiah Richardson
16 San’j Dill
17 Charles Trott
18 Chare Smith
19 Jordan Smith
20 Delray Rawlins
21 Jomei Bean-Lindo
22 Rudi Butterfield
23 Azendé Furbert
24 Zion Smith
25 Nyhrobi Carmichael
Friday, April 11, 2014
Country or Cup Match 2015

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When or will the talk start for choose Country or Cup Match 2015?

Yesterday in a press Release the ICC announced the dates for the 2016 ICC World Twenty20 Qualifiers which have been scheduled to take place in Ireland and Scotland July 9th until August 2nd, 2015.

The annual Cup Match Classic is schedule for July 30th and 31st, 2015.

Yesterday the it was announced that following success of the ICC World Twenty20 Bangladesh 2014, the ICC Board agreed that the same format be retained for the ICC World Twenty20 events in 2016, which will be staged in India.

For the 2016 event, the top eight Full Members on the Reliance ICC T20I Team Rankings as on April 30th, 2014 will automatically qualify for the second round, while the ninth and 10th ranked Full Members will get automatic places in the first round.

The six qualifiers will progress from the 14-team ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier 2015, which will be staged in Ireland and Scotland from July 9th to August 2nd, 2015 during which a total of 51 matches will be played.
Thursday, April 10, 2014
ICC Board Meeting Information Released

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The ICC Board concluded its two-day meeting at the ICC Headquarters in Dubai, that included Bermuda Cricket Board CEO Neil Speight.

Among the matters discussed were:

Meritocratic pathway for Test Cricket

The ICC Board approved the introduction of an ICC Test Challenge which will take place every four years between the lowest ranked Test team and the winner of the ICC Intercontinental Cup.

The proposal is that the 10th ranked side on the Reliance ICC Test Team Rankings on December 31st, 2017, or at the conclusion of any series in progress at that time, will play two five-day matches at home and two five-day matches away against the winner of the upcoming ICC Intercontinental Cup, with the inaugural Challenge scheduled to take place during 2018.

In the next eight years, two ICC Intercontinental Cup tournaments are planned with the first to run from 2015 to 2017 and the second to be held between 2019 and 2021. The second ICC Test Challenge is scheduled for 2022.

ICC Chief Executive David Richardson said: “The ICC Test Challenge now opens the door for Associate Members to play Test cricket and in doing so gives even greater context to the ICC Intercontinental Cup which will now be a pathway to Test cricket.”

ICC reform of governance and financial models

Further to the resolutions passed at the ICC Board meeting in Singapore on 8 February 2014, the ICC Board members agreed a long-term work plan to support the implementation of those resolutions which do not require constitutional change.

At the same time the ICC Board authorized the drawing up of the necessary constitutional amendments which will be placed before the Full Council at the ICC Annual Conference to be held in Melbourne at the end of June.

One of the cornerstones of the new financial model is an extended Future Tours Programme (FTP) which will now run until 2023.

Mr Richardson said: “The FTP is a very important piece of work as it gives Members long-term certainty in relation to both their playing schedule and financial planning. Significant progress has been made but there is still work to be done to develop a balanced calendar of tours and finalize these agreements.”

Format and qualification process for the ICC World Twenty20 2016

Following the success of the ICC World Twenty20 Bangladesh 2014, the ICC Board agreed that the same format be retained for the ICC World Twenty20 events in 2016, which will be staged in India.

For the 2016 event, the top eight Full Members on the Reliance ICC T20I Team Rankings as on April 30th, 2014 will automatically qualify for the second round, while the ninth and 10th ranked Full Members will get automatic places in the first round. The six qualifiers will progress from the 14-team ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier 2015, which will be staged in Ireland and Scotland from July 9th to August 2nd, 2015 during which a total of 51 matches will be played.

ICC Cricket Committee

The Board ratified the appointment of Australia coach Darren Lehmann and the West Indies coach Ottis Gibson as the representatives of national coaches on the ICC Cricket Committee following the completion of former India and South Africa coach Gary Kirsten’s term.
Thursday, April 03, 2014
BCB Announce 2014 Transfers

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A total of 19 players have chosen to transfer clubs for the upcoming Bermuda Cricket Board 2014 League Season.

Bailey’s Bay have signed youngster Delray Rawlins from PHC, while long time Flatt’s Victoria player Vernon Eve has transferred to the Southampton Rangers. Collin Stewart who burst onto the scene last year with PHC has moved to the St. David's Cricket Club.

Bailey’s Bay

Delray Rawlins - PHC
M'Kai Hodsoll - St. George's Cricket Club
David Lovell Jr. - Warwick Workman’s Club

Devonshire Recreation Club

Durnell Smith - Flatt's Victoria
Paul Carr Harvey - Flatt's Victoria
Hewvonnie Brown - Flatt's Victoria

PHC

Dean Richards - Southampton Rangers

Somerset Cricket Club

Christion Gibbons - Southampton Rangers

Southampton Rangers

Maurice Lowe - Flatt's Victoria
Vernon Eve - Flatt's Victoria
James Celestine - Flatt's Victoria

St. David’s Cricket Club

Collin Stewart - PHC

St. George’s Cricket Club

Zion Tucker-Smith - Bailey's Bay Cricket Club
Makai Young - Cleveland County
Keshun Smith - Western Stars
Swayne Campbell - Western Stars

Warwick Workmen’s Club

Kaya Robinson - Somerset Bridge Recreation Club

Willow Cuts

Christopher Douglas – Cleveland County
Shaquille Jones – Somerset Cricket Club
Tuesday, April 01, 2014
Gazette Guilty of Misleading and Inaccurate Reports

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On January 13, 2014, the Media Council reviewed a complaint submitted by the Bermuda Cricket Board (BCB). The complaint concerned four articles published in the Sports section of The Royal Gazette (RG) on September 23, 24, 25, 2013, an opinion piece that ran on October 4, and two further sports stories that ran on October 29 and 30, 2013.

All revolved around the BCB’s selection of the national cricket team for the ICC World Cup Twenty/20 Qualifiers in Dubai, UAE, slated for November 2013. The BCB alleges The Royal Gazette breached clauses 3A & B of the Code of Practice, which concern accuracy, and 4A, which concerns opportunity to reply, in the Sept 23, 24, 25 and Oct 4 pieces, and 3A and B again in the Oct 29 and 30 pieces.

Conclusion and Remedy

The Council finds that the Gazette’s reporting was in part misleading and inaccurate — specifically in its references to communication with and responses by the BCB — and is therefore in breach of clause 3 of the Code.

However, in the view of Council the BCB could have been more responsive and less circumspect in its responses. In the circumstances the Council does not consider that any remedy is warranted and will not insist on publication of this ruling by the Gazette.

The Council does, however, believe that the Bermuda community would be better served if these two organizations were able to find a way to overcome their animosity and improve their professional working relationship.

Click Here to see the Full Media Council Ruling
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