Bermuda May 9, 2008

Bermuda receive ground approval

Bermuda will host their first international match in four years when they play Scotland in the Intercontinental Cup after the National Sports Centre ground received ICC approval.

Bermuda will host their first international match in four years when they play Scotland in the Intercontinental Cup after the National Sports Centre ground received ICC approval.

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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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  • Simon Butler on May 31, 2008, 0:34 GMT

    Congratulations to Bermuda, I hope people don't underestimate the value of this outcome. Bermuda might be a little short on results in recent times, but the infrastructure is there for Bermuda to take the next step into the Test Arena, It is now a case of establishing competitive National competitions not just in Twenty20 but in the longer version of the game, To help improve the playing standards in Bermuda.

  • Simon Butler on May 31, 2008, 0:34 GMT

    Congratulations to Bermuda, I hope people don't underestimate the value of this outcome. Bermuda might be a little short on results in recent times, but the infrastructure is there for Bermuda to take the next step into the Test Arena, It is now a case of establishing competitive National competitions not just in Twenty20 but in the longer version of the game, To help improve the playing standards in Bermuda.

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  • Simon Butler on May 31, 2008, 0:34 GMT

    Congratulations to Bermuda, I hope people don't underestimate the value of this outcome. Bermuda might be a little short on results in recent times, but the infrastructure is there for Bermuda to take the next step into the Test Arena, It is now a case of establishing competitive National competitions not just in Twenty20 but in the longer version of the game, To help improve the playing standards in Bermuda.