Bermuda World Cup Squad and Players to Watch

Written by Fahd Mirza on February 28th, 2007   (692 views)

For the outside world, Bermuda cricket team is as mysterious as the Bermuda triangle with one striking difference, that is, former isn’t as formidable as the latter. But as the Bermuda triangle has the alleged capacity to alter or violate the established norms of physics, Bermuda cricket team has also got promise to upset many, especially the underdogs like Canada, Scotland and even Bangladesh.

At any given time, in the game of cricket, anything could happen. Talk about upsets and improbable. Where its highly unlikely for Bermuda to upset the balance, they are sure to fight. Their skipper Irvine Romaine is quite a tough guy with calm and active composure. Irvine Romaine is the key batsman in Bermudan side and will be leading from the front. He can also do some off-spin bowling. Bermuda is fresh in cricket arena and has spent just two years at this level. Bermuda is yet to start its international career. Their is some apprehension about their inclusion in this mega event, because some thing it would break the tempo, but ICC thinks its good for the growth of game.

The Bermuda World Cup squad is the same as the one that took part in ICC World Cricket League show downs. Dean Minors holds some key position in Bermuda team. He is a vice captain, wicket keeper, batsman and a good fielder. He has seen the face of One day Internationals (ODIs) 15 times and has a fair share of experience at this level. With captain Irvine Romaine, he is bound to entertain the crowd.

David Hemp, Lionel Cann, Steven Outerbridge are other batsman, who are fledgling but promising and prognosticating. Delyone Borden, Stefan Kelly, Dwayne Leverock will try to bowl the opposition out. Malachi Jones, Kevin Hurdle, Janeiro Tucker and Oliver Pitcher will try to record their names as all-rounders.

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