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Bermuda youngster Jordan scores century for Bromsgrove

National Academy player Jordan Smith, studying at Bromsgrove School in Birmingham, UK, recently scored his first century for his school’s Under-14 ‘A’ team against Werckin College.

Opening the batting with captain James Kinder who won the toss, Smith top-scored with 100 not out as Bromsgrove scored 225-6 from their allotted 35 overs. Wrekin College replied with 100-9 in their 35 overs.

Kinder was the pick of bowling for Bromsgrove School with figures of three for 16 from six overs.

Smith was selected to play with Bromsgrove School’s first XI team the following day in a 20/20 match against Wycliff School. He did not get to bat as Bromsgrove scored 153-5 in their allotted 20 overs..

But did he claim one wicket for three runs from one over as Wycliff were dismissed for 80 in 19 overs.

Last September, Smith obtained a significant scholarship to attend Bromsgrove for the next four years.

The Midlands school is recognised for its excellent cricket programme and through the school Smith tried out for Worcestershire County Cricket Club and is now a member of their Under-15 squad.

BCB National Academy player Jordan Smith scored a century for Bromsgrove Schoo Under-14s against Wrekin College recently.

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Published May 15, 2013 at 4:54 pm (Updated May 15, 2013 at 4:57 pm)

Bermuda youngster Jordan scores century for Bromsgrove

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