Bermuda February 18, 2008

Bermuda make 13 ... and lose in four balls

Bermuda's women carved an unwanted niche in the international record books with one of the most abject performances in the game's history

Bermuda's women carved an unwanted niche in the international record books with one of the most abject performances in the game's history. In their opening match of the World Cup Qualifiers at Stellenbosch University, they were bowled out for 13 and then South Africa took only four balls to sweep to a ten-wicket win.

Read the full report at Cricinfo.

Will Luke is assistant editor of ESPNcricinfo

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  • Richard on February 26, 2008, 12:57 GMT

    I would suggest they adopt the name 'Bermuda Binaries',their score of 1001001000010 is equal to 4674 in base 10 numbering.

  • Richard on February 26, 2008, 12:57 GMT

    I would suggest they adopt the name 'Bermuda Binaries',their score of 1001001000010 is equal to 4674 in base 10 numbering.

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  • Richard on February 26, 2008, 12:57 GMT

    I would suggest they adopt the name 'Bermuda Binaries',their score of 1001001000010 is equal to 4674 in base 10 numbering.