Rawlins, Leverock named in Bermuda squad
Bermuda have included Delray Rawlins and Kamau Leverock in a training squad announced yesterday for the ICC Americas T20 Qualifier to be held on the island from August 15 to 25.
The make-up of the 31-man squad is dominated by Cup Match players from both St George’s and Somerset, but also included is former captain OJ Pitcher, who has not played competitive cricket since taking ill in an Eastern Counties Cup fixture two years ago.
Bermuda will play in a four-nation qualifier with the United States, Canada and Cayman Islands for the right to reach the final global qualifier in the United Arab Emirates from October 11 to November 3. Six countries from that 14-team qualifier will reach the T20 World Cup in October 2020 in Melbourne, Australia.
Head coach Herbie Bascome has fringe players to possibly add to the squad who will be notified of their involvement.
Bermuda training squad: Dion Stovell, Malachi Jones, Charles Trott, Deunte Darrell, Kwasi James, Kyle Hodsoll, Jordan DeSilva, Tre Manders, Greg Maybury, Kamau Leverock, Steven Bremar Jr, Terryn Fray, Rodney Trott, Zico Burgess, Treadwell Gibbons, Macai Simmons, Okera Bascome, Onias Bascome, Allan Douglas Jr, Christopher Douglas, OJ Pitcher, Oronde Bascome, George O’Brien Jr, Delyone Borden, Cejay Outerbridge, Delray Rawlins, Sinclair Smith, Justin Pitcher, Dean Stephens, Joshua Gilbert, Derrick Brangman.
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