Squad Named For ICC T20 World Cup Qualifier

April 9, 2015

The Bermuda Cricket Board [BCB] announced the squad for the ICC T20 World Cup qualifier to be held in Indianapolis, USA from May 2 to May 11, 2015. Four countries — Canada, Bermuda, USA and Suriname — will compete for two places at the ICC Global Qualifier in Ireland, July.

The squad have a training camp and practice games in Kingston Jamaica featuring a T20 game on Saturday 11th, a double header T20 on Sunday 12 May and a final T20 on Monday 13 May against Jamaica representative sides.

BCB President, Lloyd Fray noted: “The squad has a good mix of experience and youth as they prepare for this important tournament next month. I am pleased to see a number of former academy players continuing to feature in our squad although a number of young men were unavailable due to school commitments. I urge all of Bermuda to rally behind the team as they compete to qualify to 2016 T20 World Cup.”

The squad is:

  • Janeiro Tucker
  • Dion Stovell
  • OJ Pitcher
  • Tre Manders
  • David Hemp
  • Christian Burgess
  • Delray Rawlins
  • Stefan Kelly
  • Justin Pitcher
  • Joshua Gilbert
  • Malachi Jones
  • Fiqre Crockwell
  • James Celestine
  • Jordan DeSilva

The squad management are

  • Arnold Manders
  • Terry Fray
  • Clay Smith
  • Lorenzo Tucker
  • Baden Cashmore
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  1. Islsnder says:

    Hey you lot better play everybody don’t do as AD did. You take a team you play the team. Glad you included the Warriors I know they will use these games as pre-league practice. Joshua congratulations proud of you

    • Islanders says:

      During this trip yep all will understandably play as its a preparation tour. Unfortunately when you get into tournaments not much changes are made.

  2. PBanks says:

    Nice to see OJ back in the mix for spots. Have a good tour gents.

  3. ssmmhh says:

    david hemp????? r u serios

    • PBanks says:

      I suspect they want to ensure a seasoned campaigner and reliable batsman is in the side. Can’t afford to have another failure, after the disastrous WCL tournament in Malaysia.