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Tuesday, February 20, 2018
Bermuda's Americas Qualifiers Opponents Ready

Bermuda’s 2018 ICC World T20 Americas Qualifiers opponents the Cayman Islands National Cricket Team is looking to rebound from its disappointing performance at the ICC World Cricket League Division 5 tournament last September, when it travels to Argentina this weekend.

The 12-day trip features a Tri-Nation Series against Argentina and Bermuda from February 26th to March 3rd. The top two teams will go through to the next division and will then be pitted against teams from other regions. This system of qualifiers continues through to the finals.

This will be followed by the three teams also playing 50-over matches across three days.

Ramon Sealy returns as captain, with Alessandro Morris continuing as vice president. Other members of the team are Paul Manning, Troy Taylor, Conroy Wright, Gregory Smith, Michael Reid, Omar Willis, Adrian Wright, Darren Dato, Corey Cato, Alistair Ilfill, Ainsley Hall and Kevon Bazil.

Cayman Cricket Technical Director Peter Anderson has been preparing the squad for the challenge.

“The team have worked incredibly hard and it is going to be a very proud, and exciting, moment when we get on that plane to Argentina. Of course, there are going to be a few nerves here and there, but the preparation has been spot-on and we are going to play our hearts out to get to the next level,” said Anderson, who led the side to Argentina a year ago when they swept the hosts in a bilateral series for qualification to the World Cricket League Division 5 tournament.

Sealy, who took the reins as skipper a year ago, said: “We are ready, ready to do the best that we possibly can and get through to the next round of competition. The team have been working really hard and are focused on what we have to do. This is a great opportunity not only to play some great cricket against other countries but also to represent the Cayman Islands.”
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