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News archive for year 2006

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2006-11-30 Canada beat Bermuda by 3 wickets in 2nd ODI
2006-11-27 Canada beat Bermuda by 5 wickets
2006-11-20 Netherlands well placed after Ten Doeschate hundred
2006-10-25 Bermuda head to Nairobi needing ICC Intercontinental Cup victory
2006-08-24 Women’s National Cricket Tour
2006-08-24 National U-15 Team to Defend the ICC Americas Crown
2006-06-21 SUMMER CRICKET CLINICS – 2006
2006-06-09 Inaugural Cup match Trials
2006-06-07 Bermuda Umpire gets Promoted Again
2006-05-28 Ton-up Hollis is Islanders’ hero
2006-05-28 Rangers secure 2-day premeir title
2006-05-06 Bermuda fireman Roger Dill will create history in Trinidad next week.
2006-05-06 BCB leads talks to clean up Cup Match
2006-05-06 Opener Gibbons puts country before club
2006-05-05 St. David’s duo back in the fold
2006-05-04 Bermuda bowlers must learn from mistakes, warns Croft
2006-04-23 20-20 World Cricket Classic, Bermuda
2006-03-01 Bermuda wins ICC Regional Development Awards
2006-02-17 Cricketers take top honors at the 2005 National Sports Awards
2006-01-25 Royal Gazette Interview with National Team Coach Gus Logie
2006-01-21 2006 Domestic Season to get a face lift
2006-01-20 Injured Clay still waiting for surgery
2006-01-20 Cricket cash bonanza
2006-01-19 Bermuda faces one-day dilemma


2006-11-30 Canada beat Bermuda by 3 wickets in 2nd ODI
ICC Tri-Series (in South Africa) - 4th Match Bermuda v Canada 2006/07 season Played at Willowmoore Park, Benoni (neutral venue), on 30 November 2006 (50-over match) Bermuda Total 178 (9 wickets; 50 overs; 197 mins) [Scorecard]

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2006-11-27 Canada beat Bermuda by 5 wickets
Canada played well today to beat Bermuda in the 2nd ODI of the current Tri Series in South Africa. [More] [Scorecard]

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2006-11-20 Netherlands well placed after Ten Doeschate hundred
The Netherlands team takes on Bermuda in an ICC Intercontinental Cup match in Pretoria starting on Tuesday knowing that it must win if it has any chance of toppling Canada at the top of Group B. Canada is currently flying high with a maximum 40 points from two games, having seen off the challenges of Bermuda and Kenya with outright wins earlier this year. [More] [Scorecard] [Schedule] [Points Table]

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2006-10-25 Bermuda head to Nairobi needing ICC Intercontinental Cup victory
James Fitzgerald November 4, 2006 Bermuda faces Kenya in Nairobi tomorrow knowing that victory is a must to keep their hopes of ICC Intercontinental Cup finals qualification alive. A win in the four-day game, which takes place at Nairobi Gymkhana, would leave Bermuda needing to then beat the Netherlands in November and then hoping for other results to go their way. [More] [Scorecard]

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2006-08-24 National U-15 Team to Defend the ICC Americas Crown
The BCB is pleased to announce that the National U-15 team will depart from Bermuda on Saturday to compete in the ICC Regional tournament. The team will be playing in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, in a series of games against the USA, Canada and a combined team over the duration of their stay. As the reigning champions for the past five years the playing squad will be eager to retain the trophy this year. [More]

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2006-08-24 Women’s National Cricket Tour
The BCB are pleased to announce that the National women’s cricket team is about to embark on its first international tour when they depart for British Colombia. [More]

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2006-06-21 SUMMER CRICKET CLINICS – 2006
TIME: 9:00 A.M. - 3:00 P.M. (MONDAY - FRIDAY) PARENTS ARE ASKED TO COLLEC T THEIR CHILD PROMPTLY AT 3:00P.M. IF SOMEONE OTHER THAN THE PARENT IS GOING TO PICK-UP THE CHILD, THE NAME OF THAT PERSON MUST BE MADE KNOWN TO ONE OF THE STAFF MEMBERS RUNNING THE CLINIC. AGES: 7 – 15 PARENTS ARE ASKED TO SEND LUNCH & SUFFICIENT LIQUIDS FOR THE CHILDREN DRESS: WHITE SHIRT, HAT, COLOURED SHORTS & SNEAKERS. If children have gear you can send the gear to practice with, (please mark all your child’s gear) CRICKET MATCHES (ALL WHITE) [Registration Form]

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2006-06-09 Inaugural Cup match Trials
Join us at Somerset Cricket Club on Monday June 12, 2006 in memory of two former Somerset Cup Patch and Western County greats! Inaugural Cup Match Trial Match at 10 am.- for the Mackie Simmons and Robo Roberts Cup. Bring the family and enjoy a day of cricket [More]

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2006-06-07 Bermuda Umpire gets Promoted Again
The BCB is pleased to announce that Mr. Roger Dill, a local umpire who has been consistently recognised by the ICC over the last 4 years, has been named as a member of the new prestigious international panel of six umpires from ICC Associate and Affiliate countries, of which Bermuda is one of 86 member countries. Roger’s officiating has afforded him the opportunity to travel to many international events in the last few years including: [More] [ICC Structure]

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2006-05-28 Rangers secure 2-day premeir title
Teen Malachi leads title charge------ By Colin Thompson------ St.George’s CC 157 and 198 Southampton Rangers 196 and 162-3Malachi Jones became one of the youngest skippers in the history of local cricket to captain a side to a major domestic league title at Southampton Oval yesterday. Leading from the front, the 16-year-old Berkeley Institute student played a true skipper’s role in helping Southampton Rangers to a comfortable seven-wicket triumph over visiting St.George’s that clinched the Two-Day Premier League title for the home team in style. [More]

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2006-05-28 Ton-up Hollis is Islanders’ hero
Ton-up Hollis is Islanders’ hero St. David’s 325 and 171-1 Leg Trappers 196 and 296 Spinner Del Hollis was the unlikely all-round hero for St. David’s at Lord’s in this Two-Day First Division clash where he not only shone with the ball but also provided his team with a much-needed century. Besides slamming top score, Hollis finished with seven wickets over the two innings to steer the East Enders to a nine-wicket triumph. Batting first, the home side reached 325 with Chris Pitcher striking 85 and Chris Foggo 84. [More]

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2006-05-06 Opener Gibbons puts country before club
--By Colin Thompson--- Treadwell Gibbons jr has put country before club and decided against returning to Scotland to represent Division One side Arbroath Cricket Club this summer. Gibbons, 20, retained his spot earlier this week in Bermuda’s 14-man national squad that will play two official One-Day Internationals against Canada and Zimbabwe in Trinidad later this month. [More]

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2006-05-06 BCB leads talks to clean up Cup Match
--- By Sam Stevens--- Major reforms to ensure the disgraceful scenes which tarnished last year’s Cup Match are not repeated could soon be in place. The Royal Gazette has learned that the Bermuda Cricket Board are currently negotiating with both St. George’s and Somerset over changes to the way in which the annual Classic is officiated – changes which, if agreed to, could represent the most direct influence the governing body has ever wielded over the 104-year-old clash. [More]

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2006-05-06 Bermuda fireman Roger Dill will create history in Trinidad next week.
The 48 year-old will become the first member of the ICC’s Associate and Affiliate umpires’ panel to stand in a one-day international (ODI) during the upcoming tri-series between Zimbabwe, Bermuda and Canada [More]

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2006-05-05 St. David’s duo back in the fold
St. David’s duo back in the fold ---- By Sam Stevens------ Talented St. David’s duo Delyone Borden and OJ Pitcher have been brought back into the national team fold as the selectors unveiled two strong looking squads for Bermuda’s upcoming tours to both Trinidad and the UK yesterday. Despite having only just returned home for the summer holidays from university in Florida, Borden – a gifted offspinning allrounder – has been selected for both trips while Pitcher will be going to the UK and is a standby for Trinidad. [More] [Squad]

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2006-05-04 Bermuda bowlers must learn from mistakes, warns Croft
-- By Colin Thompson---- Bermuda’s bowlers need “to pull up their socks” if they’re to enjoy any success on the international stage, says former West Indies fast bowler Colin Croft. Croft gave his assessment on the current state of the national team’s attack in the wake of last week’s 20/20 World Cricket Classic at the National Sports Centre. Using last weekend’s final which saw Bermuda’s bowlers take a battering from South African openers Gary Kirsten and Steven Jack as an example, the former right-arm Lancashire, Guyana and West Indies pacer said the local bowlers failed miserably to trouble batsmen he considered ‘over the hill’. [More]

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2006-04-23 20-20 World Cricket Classic, Bermuda
The world’s first ever 20-20 international cricket tournament involving 8 leading cricket nations is being hosted by Bermuda in April 2006. Over 100 of the greatest international cricketers are assembling in Bermuda for the event. Legends such as Joel Garner, Robin Smith, Aravinda de Silva, Brian McMillan, Gary Kirsten, Merv Hughes, Peter Sleep, Peter Such, Clive Rice and many more will be gracing the cricket fields of Bermuda on the 23 rd April 2006 to engage in the battle of the Titans. [More] [Buy tickets online] [Bermuda Squad]

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2006-03-01 Bermuda wins ICC Regional Development Awards
MEDIA RELEASE, MARCH 1, 2006 DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM ANNUAL AWARDS Nine Countries Share the Americas Regional Awards The ICC Americas Region announced the regional winners for the ICC Development Program Annual Awards for 2005. Nine different countries share the awards from the four person panel of judges. The region received a record breaking number of nominations in this the fourth year since the awards were instituted. [More] [ICC Press Release] [The Gazette Article]

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2006-02-17 Cricketers take top honors at the 2005 National Sports Awards
By KYLE HUNTER Sports Editor (The Royal Gazette)--- CRICKETING hero Janeiro Tucker and world-class long jumper Arantxa King were crowned Male and Female Athletes of the Year last night at a gala presentation at the Fairmont Hamilton Princess. Tucker was praised for his heroics at last summer's ICC Trophy tournament in Ireland where Bermuda qualified for the 2007 Cricket World Cup to be staged in the West Indies. He amassed a total of 439 runs in 12 innings for an average of 39 runs per inning with a high score of 132. And in bowling Tucker, who stood in as captain for an often injured Clay Smith, captured nine wickets for 422 runs. [More] [Royal Gazette Article]

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2006-01-25 Royal Gazette Interview with National Team Coach Gus Logie
By Sam Stevens - The Royal Gazette ------> Gus Logie strolled into Bermuda Cricket Board’s headquarters on Cedar Avenue having just returned from yet another lunch time session with his national squad. With preparation for the upcoming tour to Dubai in full swing, the players have been forced to squeeze in a net whenever they can get time off work – making Logie a hugely busy man as he rushes back and forth between his office and the National Sports Centre to accommodate their varied training needs. [More]

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2006-01-21 2006 Domestic Season to get a face lift
The 2006 domestic season will under go several changes, the season is schedule to start on the weekend of April 15/16. The 50 over league will play twice the amount of games they did last year and the effective June all games will be played in coloured clothing and white balls. [More] [Gazette Article]

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2006-01-20 Cricket cash bonanza
By Sam Stevens "The Royal Gazette" --------> Bermuda cricket is $100,000 richer this morning following yesterday’s fleeting visit by billionaire Texan financier Allen Stanford. Flying in on his private jet and accompanied by four West Indian cricket greats in Lance Gibbs, Andy Roberts, Ian Bishop and Richie Richardson, Stanford was here to launch his new Stanford 20/20 tournament which begins in late July in Antigua and to outline his broad vision for the urgent regeneration of West Indian cricket. [More]

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2006-01-20 Injured Clay still waiting for surgery
By Sam Stevens of "The Royal Gazette" -----> Injured Bermuda captain Clay Smith is still awaiting the all-clear from his insurance company before flying out to Colorado for surgery on his troublesome left knee. Speaking to The Royal Gazette yesterday, Smith said he should be on his way in the “next two or three weeks” once it is officially confirmed that the cost of the operation will be covered. He will remain in the ski resort of Vail for up to 14 days afterwards for intensive rehabilitation. The 35-year old batsman has a minor tear to the cartilage in his left knee as well as considerable arthritis on the bone. [More]

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2006-01-19 Bermuda faces one-day dilemma
By Sam Stevens of "The Royal Gazette"----> It is “unlikely” Bermuda will have the facilities to host One-Day Internationals before the cricket World Cup next year, Sports Minister Dale Butler admitted yesterday. Since the national team’s qualification for cricket’s ultimate limited over showpiece, Bermuda Cricket Board have made no secret of their desire to play as many official ODIs and first class games on local soil as possible. [More]

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