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Saturday, May 26, 2018
Bermuda Premier Division Round Up
Southampton Rangers Win By 10 Wickets

Western Stars 65 Southampton Rangers 66/0


Western Stars season continues to be a rocky one as they were bowled out for 65 at the Southampton Oval. Southampton Rangers won toss and decided to field, Jekon Edness was the Western Stars top scorer with 22 not out, Lamont Brangman returned figures of 0.5-0-5-2, while Malachi Jones bowled 5-1-17-2.

In reply the Southampton Rangers would knock off the runs in 5.5 overs with Shannon Raynor scoring 33 not out and Jones was 24 not out.
Thursday, May 24, 2018
Rawlins & Sussex Seconds Fall
Delray Rawlins and his Sussex Seconds teammates went looking for their first win of the season when they took on Surrey in the Second Eleven Trophy.

However things did not go as planned, as rain halted play during their run chase handing Surrey a 54 run DLS method win.

Surrey would score 293 all out after their 50 overs, Surrey opener TC Bruce was their top scorer with 172, Rawlins bowled 8-0-65-0.

In reply Sussex were 74/3 after 22 overs, Rawlins was at the wicket when the heavens opened, he had faced 3 deliveries in four minutes at the wicket.
Wednesday, May 23, 2018
BCB Announce Open Cricket Champions

Southampton Rangers
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The Bermuda Cricket Board Open Premier League was captured by the Southampton Rangers, who won 4 of their 5 games. The Bermuda Cricket Open First Division was won by PHC in a closely contested competition with Flatt’s and Cleveland County narrowly missing out.

President of the Bermuda Cricket Board Lloyd Smith said, “The return to Open Cricket was an important strategic move that will allow for enhancement development of our players. I congratulate the two victorious clubs and trust that everybody enjoyed the opportunity to compete in a new format. I expect that this will be a regular feature of our senior domestic cricket season for years to come.”

 
 
Tuesday, May 22, 2018
Scotland Selected to Play In Under 15 County Cup

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Bermudian Marcus Scotland has been selected by Surrey in the England Cricket Board Under 15 County Cup featuring the Major and Minor Counties in England and Wales.

Surrey’s group comprises Middlesex, Essex, Kent and Suffolk in a home and away league with the top two sides advancing to the national quarterfinals.

This year’s 50-over white ball competition begins on Sunday with a home game against Suffolk at the London School of Economics (LSE) Sports Ground in South London.

Scotland has represented the Surrey Age Groups since 2016 as an opening batsman with the Under 13s. Last year as an under 14 he made the highest individual score of 174* against Cambridgeshire and was one of Bermuda’s youngest players at last summer’s ICC Americas Under 19 World Cup Qualifier in Toronto.

On June 4th, Scotland will represent London Schools against Surrey Schools at The Oval to contest the Hobbs Trophy that pits the best Under 15 players attending state (free) schoolas.

The event has been played annually at the world famous ground in London for over fifty years.
Tuesday, May 22, 2018
Rawlins & Leverock Cricket Updates

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Delray Rawlins watched his teammate Luke Wright smack 105 off 87 balls as Sussex ended Somerset’s unbeaten start to the season with a 75-run Royal London One-Day Cup win at Taunton.

The 33-year-old opener blasted 10 fours and 3 sixes to lead his side to 341 for seven after winning the toss. David Wiese hit 58 not out and Michael Burgess 56, while there were three wickets each for Max Waller and Tim Groenewald.

In reply, Somerset made 266 all out, the in-form James Hildreth top-scoring with 87. Aussie Matt Renshaw made 55 on his List A debut for the county and Steve Davies 56, but despite their efforts the hosts finished well short.

KAMAU LEVEROCK

Ben Kitt and Matt Carter took three wickets apiece but Kamau Leverock and his Nottinghamshire’s Second XI teammates nevertheless suffered a chastening day in the field on the first day of their County Championship clash against Leicestershire at Kibworth.

After winning the toss and opting to bat under sunny skies, the hosts’ Harry Dearden and Harry Swindells both scored centuries in an opening stand of 215.

Laurie Hill and Mark Pettini also registered half centuries to carry Leicestershire to 358-3, and they eventually finished on 401-7 declared.

It left Notts nine overs to bat at the end of the day and they progressed to 35-0 before stumps.

Leverock opened the bowling, he finished with figures of 11-1-73-1.

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