The Bermuda national cricket squad got off to a excellent start by winning their first practice match by five wickets.
Bermuda’s Vice Captain Stephen Outerbridge came through scoring an unbeaten century as the Bermudian team won over a Sinoville Team in Pretoria, South Africa this afternoon [Mar 28]
The Sinoville team batted first and were all out for 242. Bermuda scored 245-5 in 41.3 overs, with former captain Irving Romaine with 27, Fiqre Crockwell scored 25, and left handed batsman Stephen Outerbridge putting up a fine performance hitting 105 off 97 deliveries.
The Bermudian squad was scheduled to attend a high performance training camp in Pretoria this week, then go on to compete in the ICC I-shield Tournament Tour. Bermuda will compete against Namibia for the ICC Shield on April 2, 3, 4 and 5 and will play two ODI’s April 7 & April 8 and T20 on April 10.
Bermuda squad: David Hemp (Capt), Stephen Outerbridge, Jekon Edness, Stefan Kelly, Irving Romaine, Rodney Trott, Fiqre Crockwell, Chris Foggo, Jordan DeSilva, Justin Pitcher, Malachi Jones, Shannon Rayner, Ryan Steede, Jim West with standbys: Regino Smith, Kevin Tucker, David Lovell, Joshua Gilbert