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Rodney Trott and Tamauri Tucker are the first two players to be selected for Bermuda's new high performance development programme, primarily aimed at some of the younger players in the national squad.
The first stage of the programme will run from April to September, after which, the Board will consider renewing their contracts. The BCB is actively considering offering additional contracts to players as recommended by the national coach.
The Bermuda Sun has the full story
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