Cricket: Brangman Suspended For One Year

July 1, 2018 | 3 Comments

The Bermuda Cricket Board [BCB] confirmed that Derrick Brangman of Bailey’s Bay was found guilty of breaching the Code of Conduct and received a one year suspension.

The statement said, “The BCB can confirm that Derrick Brangman of Bailey’s Bay CC was found guilty of breaching Code of Conduct articles 2.2.1 and 2.4.4 during the match on 17 June against Western Stars Sports Club. Mr. Brangman received a sanction of a one year suspension and will be eligible to return to play cricket on 29 June 2019.

“The BCB can confirm that Rodney Trott of Bailey’s Bay CC was found guilty of breaching Code of Conduct articles 2.1.6 during the match on 17 June against Western Stars Sports Club. Mr. Trott received an official reprimand.”

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  1. hulktoo says:

    scary part is , not many people will comment on this ( they are not interested) Only to continue to see the decline of the game in leaps and bounds.
    cricket is no longer a gentlemans game, our players have taken lack of respect to a whole new level.
    We (as players) have the right to defend our stance, like anything there is protocal.
    We are not bigger than the game.
    Our umpires have a duty to uphold the standard of the game to the hiest effect. ( to be human is to err)
    We have such incendents taking place every single weekend, going not reported (umpires and coaches alike)
    Unless we as a people who continue to love the game of cricket, must demand more from those who are in place that have the power to enforce these standards. This also starts at home……………….

  2. Kenny foggo says:

    Bowler bowls,
    Batsman hits ball to boundary n gets caught,
    He IS out yes?
    (Rules of cricket)

    Batsmen walks

    Simple procedure

  3. Just Saying says:

    So does Western Stars get the points for this abandoned game?

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