Royal Gazette – The Bermuda cricket team depart today for a six-day stop in Dubai, before heading to Malaysia for the World Cricket League Divsion Four tournament, which starts next weekend.

Summary

  • The Bermuda cricket team depart today for a six-day stop in Dubai, before heading to Malaysia for the World Cricket League Divsion Four tournament, which starts next weekend.
  • Bermuda, captained by Terryn Fray, will play three practice matches before the challenge of securing promotion to Division Three begins on Sunday, April 29, with their opening match in the round robin tournament against Denmark.
  • Bermuda will play Denmark and Uganda in their first two matches before playing Jersey, Vanuatu and hosts Malaysia in their remaining group matches.
  • First Division matches will start on Saturday with three matches while the Premier Division will start on Sunday, with St David’s taking on Bailey’s Bay at Lord’s, Southampton Rangers playing St George’s at home and Somerset hosting Western Stars.
  • Early changes to the schedule will see Somerset’s matches against Stars on Sunday and St George’s next weekend switched from Sea Breeze Oval to Somerset after the club informed the Bermuda Cricket Board that their wicket is ready.


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