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Panamanian Cricketers Thrilled To Meet Sluggo

Panamanian Cricketers Thrilled To Meet Sluggo

[Written by Patrick Bean] It is said that pictures say a thousand words and memories last forever, and so it is that the legend of Dwayne [Sluggo] Leverock’s superlative, diving catch and gleeful celebration during the 2007 World Cup in the West Indies lives on in the history of world cricket. At a time when fitness was increasingly becoming a... Read more of this article

Visitor Thrilled To Meet Dwayne Leverock

Visitor Thrilled To Meet Dwayne Leverock

A visitor to the island met iconic Bermudian cricket player Dwayne Leverock and shared the story of the unexpected encounter on social media. The heartwarming tale – which ends with the author calling Bermuda’s people “absolute legends” – went viral, earning more than 220,000 views and over 1,700 likes on Twitter. In a... Read more of this article

12,500 ‘Likes’ On Twitter For Sluggo’s Catch

12,500 ‘Likes’ On Twitter For Sluggo’s Catch

ESPN’s dedicated Twitter cricket feed recently posted a video of the iconic catch of Bermudian cricketer Dwayne “Sluggo” Leverock at the 2007 World Cup, earning more than 12,000 likes. Sluggo’s now famous diving catch has previously been featured by BBC Sport when the play earned fourth place in a vote to determine which matches and... Read more of this article

BBC Features Leverock’s One-Handed Catch

BBC Features Leverock’s One-Handed Catch

BBC Sport recently held an online voting contest to determine which matches and moments fans would like to see again, with the fourth place vote going to Bermuda’s Dwayne Leverock for his iconic catch at the 2007 World Cup. The BBC Sport story said, “The International Cricket Council has opened its archive, and all week BBC Sport readers... Read more of this article

Leverock’s Catch Makes BBC World Cup Top 10

Leverock’s Catch Makes BBC World Cup Top 10

Bermudian cricketer Dwayne “Sluggo” Leverock has been featured in a BBC report called “Cricket World Cup: 10 Moments That Shocked The Tournament” with his now infamous diving catch at the 2007 World Cup. The report says, “BBC Sport relives 10 moments that shocked the Cricket World Cup, with insights from those who were there. “Bermudian... Read more of this article

“Sluggo” Named Devonshire Rec Cricket Coach

“Sluggo” Named Devonshire Rec Cricket Coach

Devonshire Recreation Club has welcomed Dwayne “Sluggo” Leverock as their new Cricket Coach. DRC President Nadine Browne-Evans said, “The Devonshire Recreation Club, Inc. would like to officially welcome their new Cricket Coach, Mr. Dwayne “Sluggo” Leverock. “The Committee of Management look forward to the wealth of skill that this... Read more of this article

“When Leverock Shook the Cricketing World”

“When Leverock Shook the Cricketing World”

Bermudian cricketer Dwayne “Sluggo” Leverock is featured on the cricket portal of the Yahoo supersite in a video featuring him looking back at his now infamous diving catch at the 2007 World Cup. The video was posted four days ago, and has already attracted over 250 comments with the stats indicating it has been watched approximately 760,000... Read more of this article

Sluggo’s Catch Pays Off: $1,000 + Airline Tickets

Sluggo’s Catch Pays Off: $1,000 + Airline Tickets

At a press conference this morning [Aug 3] at Butterfield Bank, Dwayne “Sluggo” Leverock received the Safe Hands Award Trophy, a plaque, a $1,000 cash prize, two round trip tickets to one of the gateway cities, a new playing kit and dinner for two at Greg’s Steakhouse. Mr Leverock won the 2010 Safe Hands Award, as a result of a catch which... Read more of this article

Sluggo Says Goodbye to Cup Match

Sluggo Says Goodbye to Cup Match

One of Bermuda’s most talented and colourful sporting figures has said his good-byes to Cup Match, as earlier today [July 30] an emotional Dwayne “Sluggo” Leverock said, “I have played for 15 years and the time has come for me to call it a day, I played for you the fans and gave my all, I am grateful for everything we have shared... Read more of this article

Sluggo Returns To National Cricket Squad

Sluggo Returns To National Cricket Squad

The Bermuda Cricket Board has announced their training Squad for ICC I-Shield versus United Arab Emirates to be played from July – 5th- 8th. The list of names is notable in the fact that it features 2007 World Cup star Dwayne “Sluggo” Leverock, who had previously announced his retirement from international cricket. The full list of... Read more of this article

2010 Bermuda Match Play Championship Results

2010 Bermuda Match Play Championship Results

The 2010 Bermuda Match Play Championships were held at the Mid Ocean Club in March, and saw Katrin Burnie and Jarryd Dillas crowned Ladies and Men’s Bermuda Amateur Match Play Champions. The competitors included Bermudian cricketing legend Dwayne “Sluggo” Leverock. The golfers were forced to deal with poor weather conditions including... Read more of this article

Photos, Video & Results: Lindos to Lindos 10k

Photos, Video & Results: Lindos to Lindos 10k

The 2010 Lindos to Lindos 10k race held this morning was won by Lamont Marshall in just over 31 minutes, with Ashley Couper Estwanik the first female finisher and 4th overall. Stephen Allan came in second, with Victoria Fiddick the second female in. The race was organized by Mid Atlantic Athletic Club, and held on Sunday March 7. Other notables in... Read more of this article

ESPN Features Dwayne Leverock Wallpaper

ESPN Features Dwayne Leverock Wallpaper

Leading sports broadcasting company ESPN has included none other then Bermuda’s own Dwayne “Sluggo” Leverock on their desktop wallpaper section. The downloadable wallpaper is posted on Cricinfo.com, ESPN’s dedicated cricket website. Sluggo, who recently made a Top 50 list from the British Press, was a member of Bermuda’s... Read more of this article

DailyMail: Cricketer Sluggo in the Top 50

DailyMail: Cricketer Sluggo in the Top 50

Bermudian cricket legend Dwayne “Sluggo” Leverock has been named one of the “Top 50 Unlikely Sporting Heroes” by British newspaper the Daily Mail. Author Tom Bellwood said: A monster of man, I’m not quite sure what to admire most – the fact that he played international cricket or that his weight hadn’t caused him... Read more of this article