Cricket: Malaysia Defeat Bermuda By 89 Runs

May 6, 2018 | 5 Comments

Due to the importance of the game, officials of the ICC World Cricket League Division 4 announced the Malaysia – Bermuda game would be re-played due to the rain halting the first match, with the replay resulting in Malaysia defeating Bermuda by 89 runs, and Bermuda being relegated to Division 5.

Malaysia won the toss and elected to bat they scored 257/8 in their allotted 50 overs, Anwar Arudin was the top Malaysia scorer with 60, Janeiro Tucker was the pick of the Bermuda bowlers with figures of 10-0-34-3, while Chare Smith bowled 7-1-42-3.

In reply Bermuda fell 93 runs short of their target, thus sending them to Division 5. Bermuda recovered from 37/6 when former captain Tucker and Kamau Leverock put on a 97 run 7th wicket partnership , Leverock was the teams top scorer with 61 from 111 balls he hit 2 fours and 5 sixes in his knock, while Tucker added 55 off 81 he hit 3 fours and 3 sixes. Muhammad Wafiq was the pick of the Malaysia bowlers with figures of 10-1-35-3.

Malaysia Inning

  • ..12 [18] Suhan Alagaratnam c & b Chare Smith
  • ..52 [59] Syed Aziz c & b Janeiro Tucker
  • ..50 [74] Ahmed Faiz c sub [Cejay Outerbridge] b Dion Stovell
  • ..01 [07] Muhamad Syahadat c & b Janeiro Tucker
  • ..19 [32] Virandeep Singh c Dion Stovell b Janeiro Tucker
  • ..33 [48] Suharril Fetri c Macai Simmons b Chare Smith
  • ..60 [49] Anwar Arudin b Chare Smith
  • ..06 [10] Shafiq Sharif b Charles Trott
  • ..04 [03] Anwar Rahman Not Out
  • ..00 [02] Muhammad Wafiq Not Out
  • ..20 Extras [2nb-15w-1b-2lb]
  • 257 Total for 8 Wickets after 50 overs

Fall of Wickets: 1-30 [Alagaratnam], 2-103 [Aziz], 3-107 [Syahadat], 4-145 [Singh], 5-161 [Faiz], 6-231 [Arudin], 7-248 [Sharif], 8-256 [Fetri]

Bermuda Bowlers

  • 4.0-0-23-0 Kamau Leverock
  • 10.-1-42-1 Dion Stovell
  • 7.0-1-42-3 Chare Smith
  • 10.-0-67-0 Kwasi James
  • 9.0-0-46-1 Charles Trott
  • 10.-0-34-3 Janeiro Tucker

Bermuda Inning

  • ..04 [17] Okera Bascome b Muhammad Wafiq
  • ..01 [10] Charles Trott c Muhamad Syahadat b Muhammad Wafiq
  • ..01 [13] Terryn Fray c Shafiq Sharif b Muhammad Wafiq
  • ..12 [16] Tre Manders LBW Pavandeep Singh
  • ..09 [27] Macai Simmons Run Out
  • ..00 [01] Dion Stovell LBW Pavandeep Singh
  • ..55 [81] Janeiro Tucker c Pavandeep Singh b Muhamad Syahadat
  • ..61 [111] Kamau Leverock LBW Syed Aziz
  • ..10 [22] Steven Bremar c Muhammad Wafiq b Muhamad Syahadat
  • ..02 [05] Kwasi James Not Out
  • ..00 [00] Chare Smith Not Out
  • ..13 Extras [3nb-10w]
  • 169 Total for 9 Wickets after 50 overs

Fall of Wickets: 1-5 [Trott], 2-8 [Bascome], 3-11 [Fray], 4-29 [Manders], 5-29 [Stovell], 6-37 [Simmons], 7-134 [Leverock], 8-162 [Tucker], 9-168 [Bremar]

Malaysia Bowlers

  • 10.-1-35-3 Muhammad Wafiq
  • 10.-3-17-2 Pavandeep Singh
  • 10.-3-20-0 Anwar Rahman
  • 9.0-1-41-2 Muhamad Syahadat
  • 5.0-0-25-1 Syed Aziz
  • 2.0-0-07-0 Virandeep Singh
  • 4.0-1-23-0 Suharril Fetri

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  1. Kevin says:

    Malasia …wow from 10 million dollar men to Division 5 not sure whats next but time to stop spending money on sending a team abroad
    who is in charge of development ………

    • PBanks says:

      Why doesnt the general public realize that the ICC is funding most of the tournament expenses?

      • Rollseyes says:

        Because if they accept that fact then they have no argument.

  2. Triangle Drifter says:

    Time to stop throwing money away it is past time to be diverting money from the bunch of losers that Bermuda cricket is to sports that are producing winners. It is also time to spend some of it on female sports

    • Rollseyes says:

      And which other team sport is producing winners? Or even close to producing winners.

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