Bermuda’s Winning Twenty20 Cricket Statistics

March 7, 2018

The ICC Americas Regional Twenty20 Tournament in Argentina has concluded, with Bermuda winning the Group. The Bermuda team won three of the four Twenty20 games and below are the break down stats for the four Twenty20 games.

Kamau Leverock finished as the Tournament’s MVP, he also led the Bermuda team in batting scoring a total of 171 runs, Janeiro Tucker scored 84 and Terryn Fray scored 60.

Leverock was the highest Individual scorer with a knock of 93, while both Tucker and Fray had knocks of 40.

Charles Trott led the team with 4 wickets, while Tucker, Kwasi James, Cejay Outerbridge, Dion Stovell and Leverock all grabbed 3 wickets each.

Okera Bascome held onto 3 catches, while Leverock and James took 2 catches.

Total Scores

  • 171 Kamau Leverock
  • ..84 Janeiro Tucker
  • ..60 Terryn Fray
  • ..57 Okera Bascome
  • ..41 Temiko Wilson
  • ..38 Dion Stovell
  • ..38 Steven Bremar
  • ..12 Tre Manders
  • ..08 Jacobi Robinson
  • ..07 Charles Trott
  • ..03 Macai Simmons
  • ..02 Kwaisi James

Highest Individual Scorers

  • ..93 Kamau Leverock
  • ..40 Janeiro Tucker
  • ..40 Terryn Fray
  • 34* Temiko Wilson
  • ..32 Okera Bascome
  • ..31 Dion Stovell
  • 26* Steven Bremar
  • ..12 Tre Manders
  • ..08 Jacobi Robinson
  • ..06 Charles Trott
  • ..03 Macai Simmons
  • 02* Kwasi James

Leading Wicket Takers

  • 4 Charles Trott
  • 3 Janeiro Tucker
  • 3 Kwasi James
  • 3 Cejay Outerbridge
  • 3 Dion Stovell
  • 3 Kamau Leverock
  • 2 Kwasi James
  • 1 Macai Simmons
  • 1 Terryn Fray
  • 1 Chare Smith
  • 1 Jacobi Robinson

Catches

  • 3 Okera Bascome
  • 2 Kamau Leverock
  • 2 Kwasi James
  • 1 Dion Stovell
  • 1 Temiko Wilson
  • 1 Tre Manders
  • 1 Terryn Fray
  • 1 Chare Smith
  • 1 Charles Trott
  • 1 Cejay Outerbridge

Stumpings

  • 1 Okera Bascome
  • 1 Temiko Wilson

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  1. tribda says:

    very good fellas, hope it is an indication of things to come!