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Bermuda Masters in 52 run victory

Bermuda Masters claimed bragging rights after handing Jamaican Association a 52 run loss in last weekend's Warrington (Soup) Zuill Memorial match at Lords.

Led by Allen Richardson's top knock of 47 at the top of the order, Bermuda Masters piled up 142 all out in 34.3 overs after electing to take first strike.

Skipper Andre (Doc) Manders then claimed five wickets for 17 runs during a mesmerising five over spell of off spin to help restrict the Jamaicans to 90 all out in 25.2 overs.

Opening bowlers Hoyt Zuill (two for 17), son of the late sports historian, and Herbie Bascome (two for 24) sliced through the Jamaican's top order before Manders mopped up the middle and lower order with consumate ease.

Aiding Richardson in a star-studded Bermuda Masters batting order was former Bermuda and Somerset Cup Match player Ricky Hill who stroked 22 and past Bermuda and St George's Cup Match skipper Charlie Marshall who chipped in with a useful 15, batting at number five.

Ian Coke claimed match best bowling figures of five for 15 while middle order bat Presley Millwood stroked 47 in a losing cause for the Jamaicans.

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Published September 30, 2011 at 2:00 am (Updated September 30, 2011 at 10:12 am)

Bermuda Masters in 52 run victory

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