Cricket: Papua New Guinea Beat Bermuda

April 8, 2011

Playing in the Pepsi ICC World Cricket League Division 2 Tournament in Dubai, Bermuda went down by 43 runs to Papua New Guinea. Final score: Papua New Guinea 231/9 Bermuda 188

Bermuda won the toss and elected to field, Papua New Guinea scored 231/9 in their allotted 50 overs, with Tony Ura the top scorer with 52, while Mahuri Dai added 44. Delyone Borden had bowling figures of 10.-2-43-3, while Damali Bell and Dion Stovell took two wickets each. In reply Bermuda were bowled all out for 188, with Stovell the top scorer with 42, while Chris Foggo scored 41 and Irving Romaine scored 31.

Papua New Guinea Innings

..52 (51) Tony Ura c Dion Stovell b Delyone Borden
..07 (15) Chris Amini c Jason Anderson b Damali Bell
..04 (03) Assodallah Vala c David Hemp b Damali Bell
..20 (37) Jack Vare-Kevere LBW Delyone Borden
..44 (49) Mahuri Dai Run Out
..02 (11) Chris Kent c Jason Anderson b Delyone Borden
..46 (84) Vani Morea not Out
..05 (10) Rarua Dikana Run Out
..08 (14) Andrew McIntosh LBW Dion Stovell
..19 (27) Hitolo Areni c Chris Foggo b Dion Stovell
..05 (03) Willie Gavera Not Out
..00 Extras (3lb-12w-4nb)
231 Total for 9 Wickets after 50 Overs

Fall of Wickets: 1-39 (Amini), 2-44 (Vala), 3-85 (Ura), 4-98 (Vare-Kevere), 5-103 (Kent), 6-149 (Dai), 7-163 (Dikana), 8-185 (McIntosh), 9-218 (Areni)

Bermuda Bowlers

10.-1-53-0 Stefan Kelly
3.0-0-15-0 Malachi Jones
6.0-0-33-2 Damali Bell
10.-1-30-0 Rodney Trott
10.-2-43-3 Delyon Borden
8.0-0-31-2 Dion Stovell
3.0-0-23-0 Irving Romaine

Bermuda’s Inning

..42 (64) Dion Stovell LBW Chris Amini
..00 (11) David Hemp b Willie Gavera
..01 (09) Jason Anderson b Rarua Dikana
..41 (49) Chris Foggo c & b Mahuri Dai
..31 (72) Irving Romaine c Andrew McIntosh b Mahuri Dai
..24 (21) Lionel Cann b Rarua Dikana
..26 (42) Delyone Borden c Chris Amini b Hitolo Areni
..02 (07) Rodney Trott b Chris Amini
..02 (11) Malachi Jones b Hitolo Areni
..02 (04) Stefan Kelly Not Out
..02 (04) Damili Bell Run Out
..15 Extras (8lb-3w-4nb)
188 Total All Out after 48.2 overs

Fall of wickets: 1-5 (Hemp), 2-34 (Anderson), 3-76 (Stovell), 4-106 (Foggo), 5-145 (Cann), 6-153 (Romaine), 7-166 (Trott), 8-183 (Borden), 9-183 (Jones), 10-188 (Bell)

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  1. Tryangle says:

    Uh oh, worst possible start to the tourney for our team… gotta bounce back immediately