Royal Gazette – Cleveland will get another chance to avoid automatic relegation from the One Premier Division, with the Bermuda Cricket Board confirming yesterday that last weekend’s rained out matches will be rescheduled for this Sunday.

Summary

  • Cleveland will get another chance to avoid automatic relegation from the One Premier Division, with the Bermuda Cricket Board confirming yesterday that last weekend’s rained out matches will be rescheduled for this Sunday.
  • The title race has already been decided, with St David’s retaining the crown, but bottom team Cleveland still have a slim chance of avoiding the drop in their final match against Western Stars.
  • Cleveland have looked a sure bet for relegation all season, but wins in their past two matches have given them hope of getting into the play-off spot.
  • Cleveland avoided relegation last season when they beat St George’s by 71 runs in the play-off match at Somerset after they called on coach Clay Smith to make up the numbers.
  • Clay Smith stood down as Cleveland coach to concentrate on his role as Bermuda coach and the Cleveland president admits the absence of a coach this season has hurt the team.


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