Weíre down to the final eight in the Emerging Cricket World Cup of Jerseys contest.
Bermuda were too strong for the Dutch 1996 World Cup kit in the First Round, but the first Quarter-Final may be a mis-match in terms of the two teamsí population, though Bermudaís strong voting numbers means this will be no walk in the park for tournament favorites Nepal, who carry a wave of fandom.
Bermuda were by no means the first team in cricket to play in pink, but when they switched their traditional red for fuschia, heads were turned.
A pink shirt with blue sleeves, the design was simple but bold, and enforced the Caribbean-style flair and intensity with which the Gombey Warriors were playing as they upset the apple cart and beat the USA twice to reach the T20 Global Qualifiers. Whilst the shirt may not have brought them too much luck since, it represents the unique style and culture of the North Atlantic island which has made them a fan favorite in associate cricket.
Evolving from their smart dark blue and red combination in the mid-2010s, the current Nepal kit has gone unchanged for a couple of years now. Honestly, with something this good, why change something that isnít broken?
A mix of red with a lighter blue than used in the past, Nepali peaks are thrown into the mix, and all the cliches about Nepal reaching for the summit Everest in their national sport donít do it justice.