Bermuda May 7, 2008

Bermuda wait for green light on national ground

Bermuda could be set to stage their first major international match, proving the ICC decides that pitches at the National Sports Centre have improved sufficiently since an inspection last year.

Bermuda could be set to stage their first major international match, proving the ICC decides that pitches at the National Sports Centre have improved sufficiently since an inspection last year.

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  • Arjun Chaudhuri on May 7, 2008, 9:56 GMT

    If the ICC allows Bermuda to host their first major international match, it should be a huge boost for cricket in this Caribbean nation. Their geographical proximity to the West Indies and a large British diaspora should mean that cricket is close to the Bermudan culture. They proved their cricketing worth by qualifying for the ICC World Cup 2007. A permanent international venue should be a gain leap in the steady progress of cricket in this nation.

  • Arjun Chaudhuri on May 7, 2008, 9:56 GMT

    If the ICC allows Bermuda to host their first major international match, it should be a huge boost for cricket in this Caribbean nation. Their geographical proximity to the West Indies and a large British diaspora should mean that cricket is close to the Bermudan culture. They proved their cricketing worth by qualifying for the ICC World Cup 2007. A permanent international venue should be a gain leap in the steady progress of cricket in this nation.

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  • Arjun Chaudhuri on May 7, 2008, 9:56 GMT

    If the ICC allows Bermuda to host their first major international match, it should be a huge boost for cricket in this Caribbean nation. Their geographical proximity to the West Indies and a large British diaspora should mean that cricket is close to the Bermudan culture. They proved their cricketing worth by qualifying for the ICC World Cup 2007. A permanent international venue should be a gain leap in the steady progress of cricket in this nation.