Bermuda November 1, 2006

Bermuda settle contract dispute with players

After months of bitter wrangling, contract negotiations between the national team and the Bermuda Cricket Board have concluded in a long-awaited agreement on the eve of the team’s departure for a tour of Kenya and South Africa.

After months of bitter wrangling, contract negotiations between the national team and the Bermuda Cricket Board have concluded in a long-awaited agreement on the eve of the team’s departure for a tour of Kenya and South Africa.

The BCB released a statement suggesting an agreement had been reached which was "satisfactory" to both sides – though when pressed the board was unwilling to divulge specifically how much they had agreed to pay the players with a little over five months to go before the World Cup.

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Martin Williamson is executive editor of ESPNcricinfo and managing editor of ESPN Digital Media in Europe, the Middle East and Africa

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