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2012 U19 Training Schedule


The U18s train every Monday at BHS and Wednesdays at an outdoor venue which changes each week from 6pm-8pm.



U19 Management


National Coach - David Moore

Assistant Coach - Andre Manders

Director - Terry Fray


U19 National Academy History


The highlight of our National Academy U19 program was in 2007 when the team qualified to play in the ICC U19 World Cup.


The Bermuda U19s reformed in 1999, under the guidane of the then Head Coach, Arnold Manders and his brother, Andre Manders,


The Bermuda U19s reformed in 1999, under the guidance of the then Head Coach, Arnold Manders and his brother, Assistant Coach, Andre Manders. The team trained twice a week and took part in the biennial Americas Regional Tournament. In 2005 the BCB secured an invitation for the

team to take part in the Sir Garfield Sobers International Schools Cricket Tournament, Barbados. With the generous support of the Montpelier Re Foundation the team was given the opportunity to compete regularly and mix with other young cricketers from around the world. The Montpelier Re Foundation pledged funds for three years giving the U19s a chance to experience playing more competitive cricket on an international stage. The Foundation is known for supporting charities that

promote health, welfare and education for Bermuda?s youth and this is an excellent example of how they have provided the opportunity for a talented group of youngsters reach their potential.

The Sobers Tournament involves 24 schools from around the world, including from top cricketing countries like the UK, India and South Africa. For the Bermuda team it was the key building block to prepare for the goal of qualifying for the U19 World Cup. The tournament not only gives the youngsters international match experience, but also provides an extended period of time to train and compete like professional cricketers; something that is extremely valuable to the overall success of the team. With only 14 places available, this has provided incentive for the boys to train hard competing for a limited spot on the team.