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Masters to put unbeaten record on line

The Bermuda Masters will put their unbeaten record on the line when they take on the Jamaican Association in the sixth annual Warrington “Soup” Zuill memorial match at Somerset Cricket Club this evening.

The match will be 30 overs-a-side starting at 7pm with the defending champions naming a strong squad led by captain Herbie Bascome.

Allen Richardson, Hoyte Zuill, Charlie Marshall, Clevie Wade, Hasan Durham, Calvin Dill, Sammy Robinson, Winston Simmons, Kyle Lightbourne, Barry Richards, Dave Greenidge, Derek Wright, Rahji Edness and Gladwin Edness have also been named to represent the Masters.

Warrington Zuill was a Cup Match historian and at the end of the match, acknowledgments will be made to former Cup Match players Wendell Simmons, John Tucker, Lee Raynor, Rupert Scotland, Lloyd James and Alfred “Fleas” Hall.

The Bermuda Masters are planning a tour of Belgium and Amsterdam from August 14 to 26 next year, spending five days in Belgium and playing two games and another five days in Amsterdam where two more games have been arranged.

In his memory: Zuill

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Published September 18, 2015 at 9:00 am (Updated September 18, 2015 at 2:04 am)

Masters to put unbeaten record on line

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