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Cricket Academy

The BCB is pleased to announce that the following players have been selected to attend a Cricket Academy in Brisbane Australia, October 8 - November 12, 2008.

Irving Romaine
Rodney Trott
Tamauri Tucker
Kyle Hodsoll
Christopher Douglas
Oronde Bascome

Arnold Manders, Cricket Development Director, will attend for  part of the time to assess the players and work with the Academy Officials and Coaches to experience how an international Cricket Academy Programme is managed and structured.

The players will get the chance to train and play games with other players from England, Scotland, Holland, South Africa and Pakistan. In addition to the academy training programme and academy organized games, the players will be assigned to local cricket clubs in Brisbane for the duration on their stay. This will give them a chance to train with an Australian club and also play regular fixtures with them.

President of the BCB, Reginald Pearman stated,

"The BCB is pleased to be able to offer some of our national players the opportunity to experience six solid weeks of cricket training from some of the best coaches available. It is important that the players have the chance to play regular matches and also experience club cricket in Australia. With the World Cup Qualifiers approaching in April 2009, it is vital these players seize the moment and utilise every opportunity given to them to improve their game."

National Coach, Gus Logie stated,

"The opportunity to train and play in an atmosphere of discipline, passion and excellence and with some of the best players and coaches should be a dream come true for our players. This time is a critical element of Bermuda's preparation to compete in the Americas Cup in November 2008 and the World Cup Qualifiers in April 2009. The players will be tutored in the areas of sports psychology, captaincy - both on and off field, added to the technical, tactical and match scenarios. The players will be coached in batting and fielding and will have regular fitness training. There is a great opportunity for the players to experience a different cricket culture. It is hoped their all-round game and personal development will be enhanced and their increased knowledge will benefit others when they return home."

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