Bermuda made two changes to their team from yesterday to face off against Dominica.
William white - bowled 9
Tre' Manders - bowled 1
Lateef Trott - bowled -26
Kamau Leverock - caught 36
Keshun Smith - bowled 1
Onias Bascome - LBW 5
Charles Marshall - LBW 12
Chickosi Basden - caught - 30
Dale Eve - LBW 0
Cejay Outerbridge - LBW - 0
Dage Minors - NO - 0
Playing on a small field resembling a Primary school back home, Bermuda found themselves in trouble early in the game as Tre Manders was out in the second over of the game bowled by Ian Lewis. The batting troubles continued as William White was out fourth ball of the next over.
A partnership of 58 between captain Kamau and Lateef restored things to put Bermuda at 71-3 after 7 overs. But that was short lived as Kamau was out in the 8 over and Lateef joining him the next over to leave Bermuda at 76 - 4 after 9 overs.
Things turned terrible as the last 6 wickets fell for 52 runs as the tandem of spinners wrecked havoc getting 4 of the last 6 out for LBW.
Bermuda lost wickets at regular intervals and could only post 128 all out with some 8.4 overs left to bat.
Dominica replied strongly with openers Chad Phillip and Aljai Liverpool putting on a 86 run partnership with Phillips being top man for Dominica with a boundary filled 67.
This makes the second game Bermuda has allowed the an opposing batsman to score a half century following Le Tanio Ferdinand's 57 for St Kitts yesterday.
Bermuda weren't able to break the defense of the Dominicans until the 10 over when Lateef ended Phillips afternoon with a stump splitting delivery. With victory in sight, in came Kershaki Jno Lewis to form another solid partnership with Liverpool.
A beautiful piece of fielding between Lateef and stand in keeper William resulted in the run out of Liverpool for 27, but by then the game was only fours runs short of victory for Dominica.
Man of The Match:
Bermuda :Kamau Leverock - 36
Dominicia: Chad Phillip - 67
Attached photos: skippers & Leverock & Dylan Joseph
Man Of The Match
Bermuda have a 1/1 record and will face off against Monsterrat tomorrow at St Pauls.