Logic and the Bermuda Cricket Board announced that the Logic Premier Division ‘Player of the Week’ is Janerio Tucker of Southampton Rangers. Tucker scored 67 runs in his teams win over Bailey’s Bay at the Southampton Oval, this was after he bowled 9-0-24-1.
The Logic First Division ‘Player of the Week’ is Ezekiel Greenwood of Somerset Bridge. Greenwood scored 98 runs in his team’s 1 run victory over PHC.
All standings are based on completed scorecards. The scorecard for the game between Willow Cuts and Somerset Cricket Club has not been received.
The presentation was made by Neil Ratteray, of Logic Communications Ltd.
Logic 50 Overs Premier League Standings
96 St. David’s Cricket Club 75 Southampton Rangers 64 Willow Cuts 53 Bailey’s Bay 41 Somerset Cricket Club 14 Cleveland County 14 St. George’s Cricket Club
Logic 50 Overs First Division League Standings
95 Western Stars 81 Flatt’s Victoria 80 Somerset Bridge 38 Bermuda Under 17 National Team 33 Devonshire Recreation Club 26 PHC 14 Warwick Workman’s Club
Tuesday, July 22, 2014
Leverock is with MCC NOT Horsham
It is time to set the record STRAIGHT. Kamau Leverock will miss the Annual Cup Match Classic because he has commitments with the MCC Young Cricketers not Horsham Cricket Club.
www.islandstats.com would like to apologize to Leverock as we have not reported that he is in fact in the MCC Young Cricketers at Lords so that other media would know not to write he is still at Horsham.
The Regional Under-19 Championship will go ahead in Guyana as planned, the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has assured.
Doubt has surrounded the staging of the region’s premier youth tournament in that country ever since the WICB and the Guyana government became locked in an impasse last month.
The tournament is set to run from August 1st to August 10th and will feature Barbados, Guyana, Jamaica, Leeward Islands, Trinidad and Tobago, Windward Islands and ICC Americas.
Four Bermuda players have been selected to participate in the ICC Americas Team, Delray Rawlins, Tre Manders, Onias Bascome and Micah Simons.
However, WICB president Dave Cameron said he expected the current standoff to be solved amicably and as such, there would be no need to relocate the tournament.
“We are confident that all matters pertaining to cricket in Guyana will be suitably resolved to the satisfaction of all stakeholders and this will allow for the Under 19 Tournament to proceed as originally planned,” Cameron said in a statement.
Guyana was axed as a venue for the recent third Test between West Indies and New Zealand, after parliament there passed the controversial Cricket Administration Bill.
The WICB slammed the legislation as “undesirable and inconsistent with International Cricket Council tenets”, and argued it was tantamount to government interference in the Guyana Cricket Board.
Subsequently, the Board asked President Donald Ramotar not to sign the bill into law but with no assurance forthcoming, moved the Test to Barbados late last month.
However, a WICB delegation headed by vice president Emmanuel Nanthan recently met with officials of the Guyana government, the GCB and opposition parties in a series of meetings in Georgetown, in attempt to resolve the issue.
According to the Board, these discussions “paved the way for the anticipated resolution to all outstanding matters with a Memorandum of Understanding to be signed pending approval of the parties.”
Monday, July 21, 2014
Weekend Top Batting & Bowling Performers
Following the First Round of the Eastern County Cup Competition and the Bermuda Cricket Board’s Premier and First Division matches www.islandstats.com gives you a look at the top batting and bowling performers.
Ezekiel Greenwood from Somerset Bridge finished in the top spot in the batting department with 98 runs. Greenwood’s runs came during his team’s First Division 1 run victory over PHC. Dean Richards was the next top scorer with a knock of 89 for PHC against Somerset Bridge and Dion Stovell from Cleveland County scored 82 not out against the St. David’s Cricket Club.
In the bowling department, with figures of 10-1-29-6, Kamal Bashir from Willow Cuts led the charge against the Somerset Cricket Club in their Premier Division Match, while Seion Darrell from Western Stars had the second best bowling figures of 10-0-51-5 against the Devonshire Recreation Club and Joshua Gilbert from the Somerset Cricket Club’s 10-1-30-4 against Willow Cuts was the third best figures.
..98 Ezekiel Greenwood – Somerset Bridge ..89 Dean Richards – PHC .82* Dion Stovell – Cleveland County .77* Chris Douglas – Willow Cuts ..76 Jason Anderson – Cleveland County .67* Janeiro Tucker – Southampton Rangers ..57 Dion Stovell - Southampton Rangers ..50 Chris Douglas – St. David’s Cricket Club ..50 Greg Maybury – Somerset Cricket Club
10.-1-29-6 Kamal Bashir – Willow Cuts 10.-0-51-5 Seion Darrell - Western Stars 10.-1-30-4 Joshua Gilbert – Somerset Cricket Club 10.-3-37-4 Dennis Musson – Cleveland County 8.1-0-37-4 Jahkhari Hollis – PHC 5.0-0-15-3 Delray Rawlins - Bermuda Under 17 National Team 5.0-0-20-3 Cameron Jeffers - Bermuda Under 17 National Team 6.1-1-26-3 Dion Stovell - Southampton Rangers 10.-0-32-3 Noel Woods – Somerset Bridge 10.-042-3 Jermaine Salaam – Somerset Bridge
Sunday, July 20, 2014
Premier & First Division Round Up
Tre Govia scored 20 runs for Bailey's Bay
Southampton Rangers Win by 5 Wickets
Bailey’s Bay 174 Southampton Rangers 178/5
At the Southampton Oval, Bailey’s Bay were bowled all out for 174, Stephen Outerbridge was the top scorer with 45, Dion Stovell was the pick of the Southampton Rangers bowlers with figures of 6.1-1-26-3.
In reply Southampton Rangers got a 118 run 4th wicket partnership between Janeiro Tucker and Stovell as they crossed the score with 5 wickets in hand. Tucker was the top scorer with 67 not out, while Stovell added 57.
St. David’s Cricket Club Win by Default
Cleveland County failed to show for their match against the Premier Division League leaders in their match at Lord’s a day after defeating the same team the day before win the Eastern County Cup.
Western Stars Win by 98 Runs
Western Stars 250/8 Devonshire Recreation Club 152 Action from the PHC Stadium At the Devonshire Rec., Western Stars won the toss and elected to bat they scored 250/8 in their allotted 50 overs, Wendell White was the top scorer with 41, while Steven Bremar was the pick of the Devonshire Recreation Club bowlers with figures of 10-4-27-2.
In reply Devonshire Recreation Club were bowled all out for 152, Oladapo Frederick was the top scorer with 27, Seion Darrell was the pick of the Western Stars bowlers with figures of 10-0-51-5.
Saturday, July 19, 2014
Eastern County Cup & 1st Division Round Up
Dion Stovell batting for Cleveland
Cleveland County are Eastern County Champions
Cleveland County Win by 147 Runs
Cleveland County 282/8 St. David's Cricket Club 135
At the Sea Breeze Oval a long 33 year wait is over for Cleveland County as they defeated the defending champions St. David’s Cricket Club by 147 runs. Batting first Cleveland scored 282/8, Dion Stovell was the top scorer with 82 not out, while Jason Anderson added 76. Stovell’s knock saw him face 94 deliveries hitting 6 fours and 4 sixes, while Anderson faced 94 deliveries hitting 9 fours and 6 sixes. Sammy Robinson was the pick of the St. David’s Cricket Club bowlers with figures of 2-0-15-2.
In reply St. David’s Cricket Club got off to a good start, but soon found themselves in trouble at 88/5 before being bowled all out for 135. Chris Douglas was the top scorer with a knock of 50 hitting 7 fours, while former captain Dennis Musson led the Cleveland County bowlers with figures of 10-3-37-4.
Cleveland County Inning
..76 (81) Jason Anderson b Delyone Borden ..17 (52) Courtney Trott Run Out ..01 (04) Mishael Paynter Run Out ..35 (41) Treadwell Gibbons c Kameron Fox b Dell Hollis ..82 (94) Dion Stovell Not Out ..34 (33) Alan Douglas Jr c Kameron Fox b Sammy Robinson ..01 (02) Aaron Adams c OJ Pitcher b Angelo Cannonier ..16 (06) Shakai Darrell b Sammy Robinson ..10 (07) Peter Philpot c Angelo Cannonier b George O'Brien ..00 (01) Dennis Musson Not Out ..10 (2b-5lb-3nb) 282 Total for 8 Wickets after 53 overs
Fall of Wickets: 1-89 (Trott), 2-92 (Paynter), 3-111 (Anderson), 4-174 (Gibbons), 5-234 (Douglas), 6-235 (Adams), 7-268 (Darrell), 8-280 (Philpott)
..50 (79) Chris Douglas c Courtney Trott b Alan Douglas Jr ..08 (10) OJ Pitcher c Jason Anderson b Dennis Musson ..11 (15) Fiqre Crockwell LBW Dennis Musson ..12 (98) Sammy Robinson c Dennis Musson b Dion Stovell ..08 (11) Angelo Cannonier LBW Alan Douglas Jr ..00 (14) George O'Brien c Jason Anderson b Damali Bell ..11 (16) Delyone Borden LBW Dennis Musson ..02 (15) Rudell Pitcher c Jason Anderson b Dennis Musson ..22 (23) Justin Pitcher b Damali Bell ..00 (01) Kameron Fox Not Out ..04 (03) Dell Hollis Run Out ..07 Extras (2b-2lb-2nb-1w) 135 Total All Out after 47 Overs
7.0-2-32-2 Damali Bell 9.0-3-26-1 Dion Stovell 10.-3-37-4 Dennis Musson 5.0-2-04-0 Peter Philpot 2.0-0-05-0 Courtney Trott 9.0-2-19-2 Alan Douglas Jr 4.0-2-08-0 Treadwell Gibbons 1.0-1-00-0 Shakai Darrell
Bermuda Under 17 National Team Win by 2 Wickets
PHC 108 Bermuda Under 17 National Team 113/8
The Bermuda Under 17 National Team defeated PHC by 2 Wickets at the St. John’s Field.
PHC batted first and were bowled all out for 108, Charles Trott was the top scorer with 32, while Delray Rawlins was the pick of the Bermuda Under 17 National Team bowlers with figures of 5-0-15-3, while Cameron Jeffers bowled 5-0-20-3.
In reply the Bermuda Under 17 National Team scored 113/8, Rawlins was the top scorer with 22, while Nzari Paynter added 20. Jahkhari Hollis was the pick of the PHC bowlers with figures of 8.1-0-37-4.