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Thursday, March 23, 2017
Rawlins Scores 47 in Sussex Pre Season Debut

Rawlins batting today for Sussex
Delray Rawlins and his Sussex teammates began their 2017 season in windy conditions at The 1st Central County Ground, as they welcomed Surrey for the opening day of a three-day friendly match at Hove.

The match had originally been scheduled to begin yesterday, but it was clear that earlier in the week, the forecast for Wednesday was particularly poor and the decision was taken to delay the beginning of the match until Thursday, and play through to and including Saturday.

Both sets of players observed a minute's silence before the start of play and wore black armbands in light of the tragic events which took place in London on Wednesday. Cricket was also remembering former Surrey and England all-rounder Ben Hollioake, who sadly passed away fifteen years ago to the day.

It was agreed that Sussex would bat for 60 overs today with the visitors taking the final 30 overs of the day, before continuing at the crease tomorrow before Sussex batted again.

Chris Nash, opening the batting with Harry Finch who was the first man to fall, LBW to England hopeful Mark Footitt for 6, made a breezy 37 before he became Footittís second victim, caught by Stuart Meaker.

Rawlins, who has enjoyed a fine winter with the England Under-19ís, and Laurie Evans, a winter signing from Warwickshire, then put on 74 for the third wicket. Rawlins played in the similar confident style which has brought him plenty of runs over the winter months, and had made 47 before he was bowled by a low delivery from the leg-spin of Scott Borthwick shortly before the lunch interval.

Evans made 31 before he was bowled by Matt Dunn after lunch and Ben Brown got some valuable time at the crease, and had made 38 when he was caught behind by Ollie Pope off Ravi Rampaul.

Phil Salt (48) and Jofra Archer (18) then put on unbroken stand of 55 for the sixth wicket until the Sussex innings ended at 55 overs on 241 for 5.

Surrey then batted for 12 overs and reached 49 without loss before it was deemed that the light was too poor for play to continue. Steve Magoffin, George Garton, Stuart Whittingham and Jofra Archer all got some overs under their belts before play was called for the day.
Tuesday, March 21, 2017
Rawlins & Sussex Pre-Season Game Pushed Back

Delray Rawlins and his Sussexís teammates first pre-season match of 2017, a visit from Surrey Ė has been put back by a day due to predicted bad weather in Hove.

The game will still be a three day affair but will now take place on Thursday March 23rd, Friday, March 24th and Saturday, March 25th. Play is due to start at 11.45am on the first day and 11am on the subsequent two days.
Monday, March 20, 2017
St. David's Holding Cricket Camp

The St. Davidís Cricket Club will be hosting a Cricket Camp March 27th - 31st at Lordís in St. Davidís.

The Camp will be run by Head Coach Ankoma Cannonier, he will be assisted by Micquita Minors.

The Camp hours are 9am - 5pm for ages 7 - 15.
Friday, March 17, 2017
Bermuda Umpires to Officiate in Belize

The Bermuda Cricket Board confirmed the selection of four members of the Bermuda Cricket Umpires Association to officiate at the 6th Annual Central American Championship in Belize next week.

The tournament features 10 countries competing over 5 days including a team from the MCC.

The Bermuda umpires selected are:

Roger Dill
Craig Brangman
Oscar Andrade
James McKirdy

In addition to officiating the Bermuda umpires will also deliver a 2-day umpire training course for locally interested persons. Roger Dill will also oversee the match officials in the competition in the capacity of tournament referee.

Lloyd Fray, Bermuda Cricket Board President said, ďI am very proud that we have been able to bring this opportunity to our local umpires to gain further international exposure for them. We are fortunate to have many umpires with ICC experience and the BCB continues to be fully committed to their development. I wish all four umpires the best of luck and look forward to them representing Bermuda with pride and passion on and off the field.Ē
Friday, March 10, 2017
Two American Players Drafted in CPL
Allrounders Shahid Afridi and Jacques Kallis, batsmen Mahela Jayawardene and Ross Taylor, and fast bowler Lasith Malinga were the highest-profile overseas players picked at the Caribbean Premier League 2015's players draft, in Jamaica. Afridi, in the top grade of the 11 payment brackets at the draft, was claimed by the league's new franchise from St Kitts and Nevis.

Kallis went to Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel, Jayawardene to Jamaica Tallawahs, Taylor to St Lucia Zouks and Malinga to Guyana Amazon Warriors. Marlon Samuels was among the biggest local names in the draft - several others were retained by their franchises before the draft - and he was claimed by St Kitts and Nevis. The St Kitts and Nevis franchise, which replaces Antigua Hawksbills in the competition and were allowed to retain four of the Antigua squad, have also announced that they will be coached by South African Eric Simons, who has worked with Delhi Daredevils and the Indian team in coaching roles.

Only two ICC Americas players both members of the USA National Cricket Team went in the draft, as Akeem Dodson went to the Barbados Tridents, while Timil Patel went to the St. Lucia Stars.
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