Bermuda U13s Beat Nevis and Anguilla
The Bermuda U13 team won their last two games of their St. Kitts tour beating Nevis on Friday by 2 wickets and Anguilla on Sunday by 4 runs.
On Friday Bermuda won the toss and elected to field making one change in the team with Joshua Liyanage replacing Azende Furbert. Keishun Smith was awarded the man of the match award with his contribution of 25 runs and two catches.
After all the teams rested on Saturday Bermuda took on Anguilla in what was describe as a 'thriller' on Sunday at Warner Park. Bermuda again won the toss but this time elected to bat first. The Bermuda coaches made 3 changes to their team bringing in Azenda Furbert, Chistion Gibbons-Wade and Antonio Darrell for Janhoi Bean-Wilson, Joshua Liyanage and Micah Perozzi.
Bermuda set a target of 173 after the regulated 25 overs, helped largely by a man of the match knock of 96 not out by Charles Marshall.
Anguilla replied strongly but fell 4 runs short of Bermuda's total at the end of the 25 overs.
Bermuda has a bye today, and then plays Dominica on Tuesday at Edgar Gilbert Molyneaux and finish with Antigua/Barbuda on Wednesday at Warner Park.