Bermuda Cricket Board Hosts Award Ceremony

October 22, 2018 | 9 Comments

The Bermuda Cricket Board hosted their 2018 Awards Ceremony this weekend, serving to celebrate some of the outstanding players, coaches, officials and others involved in local cricket.

The One Communications 1st Division Most Catches was awarded to McKario Burch from Warwick Workmen’s Club with 10 catches, while the Premier Division Most Catches was awarded to Ricardo Brangman Jr from Southampton Rangers with 11 catches

The 1st Division League Most Runs was awarded to Steven Bremar Jr from Cleveland County CC with 469 runs, while the Premier League Most Runs was awarded to Dion Stovell from Southampton Rangers SC, who made 387 runs, and the 1st Division Most Wickets was awarded to Nelson Bascome from Flatts Victoria with 29 wickets.

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The Premier League Most Wickets was awarded to George O’Brien Jr. from St. David’s County Cricket Club with 21 wickets, the Most Dismissals by a Wicketkeeper went to Ricardo Brangman Jr of Southampton Rangers SC with 11 catches, 1 stumping and 1 run out, and the Wicketkeeper of the Year also went to Ricardo Brangman Jr.

The 1st Division Highest Individual Score was awarded to Steven Bremar Jr of Cleveland County CC with 119 not out, the Premier Division Highest Individual Score winner was Mishael Paynter of St. George’s Cricket Club with 155 runs, while the 1st Division Best Individual Bowling Stat went to Kamal Bashir of Willow Cuts with 6 wickets for 18 runs in the game against Somerset Bridge RC.

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The Premier League Best Individual Bowling Stat went to Kearon Trott of Bailey’s Bay Sports Club with 7 wickets for 9 runs in the game against Western Stars, the Best Hosted Venue Award went to Somerset Cricket Club, and the Best Club Tea Award, voted by the Clubs Captains, went to Somerset Cricket Club.

The Scorekeeper of the Year Award went to Kiara Rogers of Bailey’s Bay Cricket Club, the Emerging Umpire of the Year was Steven Caines, and the Umpire of the Year Award, voted by the Club Captains, went to Emmerson Carrington.

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The BCB Groundsman of the Year was St. George’s Cricket Club’s Clayton Raynor, while this year’s recipient of the Emerging Player of the Year Q’Shai Darrell of Cleveland County, earning a $300 gift certificate from One Communications and a $150 gift certificate from International Sports Shop.

The Chivas Team Sportsmanship Award for a second year in a row, went to Warwick Workmen’s Cricket Club, the 1st Division Coach of the Year Award was Curtis Jackson of Cleveland County, this year the Premier Division Coach of the Year Award went to Southampton Rangers head coach Ricky Brangman and the Youth Program Award went to St. David’s CCC Youth Program.

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The BCB T20 1st Division MVP was awarded to Regino Smith of Flatt’s Victoria, while the BCB T20 Premier Division MVP was awarded to Allan Douglas Jr of St. David’s County Cricket Club.

This year the Bermuda Cricket Board are honoring a team of true legends of the game, with this year’s Special Achievement Awards honouring the 1979 ICC Team: Gladstone Brown [captain], Joe Bailey, Winston Reid, Clarence Parfitt, Lionel Thomas, Colin Blades, Barry DeCouto, John Tucker, Noel Gibbons, Clevie Wade, Winston Trott, Elvin James, Willie Weldon, and Paisley Caines.

This year’s First Division MVP went to Makai Young of Cleveland County Cricket Club, while the Premier League MVP went to Dion Stovell of Southampton Rangers SC.

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  1. Huzaifa says:

    Great initiative. This will encourage the players and will motivate them.

  2. Great step it will improve the cricket standers in our country.

  3. a great step towards the bermudan cricket to improve it

  4. awwab says:

    a great step towards the bermudan cricket to improve it

  5. DreamTeamcric says:

    yeah that’s great start to moving bermudan cricket.

  6. Times says:

    A Great Step to Improve Cricket in Your Country

  7. Infosix says:

    I am die hard fan of Bermuda when I want 2007 world India vs Bermuda that the epic match in the history of Cricket.the bcb takes great steps to encourage his player.

  8. Question says:

    A great step to more improve Bermudan cricket in the country

  9. Yes, Bermudan cricket should come to mainstream.

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