Cricket: Rawlins, Ebbin, Richardson & Jones

April 23, 2022 | 1 Comment

Bermudian cricketers Delray Rawlins, Amari Ebbin, Jarryd Richardson and Logan Jones were recently in action for their respective teams.

Delray Rawlins

Delray Rawlins and his Sussex teammates trail Worcestershire by 322 runs in the first innings, closing the day on 169-5, with Cheteshwar Pujara making an unbeaten 85.

Worcestershire was eventually bowled out by Sussex on Day 2 for 491, with Brett D’Oliveira frustrating the visitors, making a brilliant 169 not-out. Three late wickets in the final session of the day put Sussex on the backfoot at the close of play.

Rawlins returned figures of 20-4-77-1. As the day came to a close, Rawlins came out to bat and showed brilliant concentration and mental strength to prevent any further wickets from falling.

Amari Ebbin

Amari Ebbin took to the field playing for the University of South Wales (USW) against Cardiff XI in a Twenty20.

Batting first Cardiff XI scored 187 off their 20 overs. Arshad top-scored for the Cardiff Xi with 43 off of 20 balls hitting 6 fours and 2 sixes. Jake Gibbons led the bowling for USW bowling 2-0-16-2, with Ebbin picking up 3 stumpings and 1 catch wicket keeping.

USW chased down the 187 in the last ball of the game. Ebbin opened the batting and led his team top-scoring with 80 runs off of 44 balls hitting 10 fours and 2 sixes before getting bowled.

Jarryd Richardson

Jarryd Richardson represented Cardiff Metropolitan University CC 2nd XI helping them to a 19-run victory over Dean Close School.

Dean Close won the toss and elected to field, Cardiff scored 152/6 in their 20 overs, Richardson did not bat.

In reply Dean Close scored 133/5 in 20 overs, and Richardson returned figures of 4-0-11-2.

Logan Jones

Logan Jones was in the Cardiff Metropolitan University CC 1st XI that went down by 8 wickets to Bath University.

Cardiff won the toss and elected to bat, they scored 147/8 in their allotted 40 overs, Jones was trapped LBW for 4.

In reply Bath scored 148/2, Jones returned figures of 8-0-35-0

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  1. Vanden says:

    This article is so beautifully Bermuda. Cheteshwar Pujara, one of the world’s finest batsmen appearing alongside Cardiff Met’s Second XI, basically village cricket.

    I’m sure his Mum is interested, Pujara probably less so.

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