Bermuda thrashed by Nepal
Bermuda’s national cricket side have suffered a humbling eight-wicket defeat at the hands of Nepal in the Pepsi ICC World League Division 3 competition at Lord’s. Nepal, who had lost their opening two matches of the competition, chased down Bermuda’s meagre total of 106 with a staggering 38.4 overs to spare. The defeat leaves Bermuda in a perilous position having lost two of their three games, and with a must-win match against Italy at Somerset Cricket Club tomorrow. Bermuda again struggled with the bat, scoring 106 all out off 38.2 overs, with skipper Stephen Outerbridge the highest scorer with 29. And they faired little better with the ball, with Nepal scoring at 9.55 runs an over, reaching their target with the loss of just two wickets, both taken by Bermuda spinner Rodney Trott.