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The Bermuda Cricket Board are holding trials for Bermuda's first women's Under-16 and Under-12 squads this Sunday. The teams will train regularly under the guidance of qualified coaches and compete in the BCB youth leagues.
The programme for the day has been designed by Gus Logie, the national coach, and Bermuda's Cricket Development Director, Arnold Manders.
Trials will take place at Berkeley Institute Field. The Under-12s will try out from 10am - 12pm and the Under-16s from 1-3pm.
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