Bermuda December 9, 2008

Bermuda name executive committee

The BCB announced that the Executive Committee for 2008-09 would be made up of:

The BCB announced that the Executive Committee for 2008-09 would be made up of:

1st Vice President: Mr. Allen Richardson (until 2009) 2nd Vice President: Mr. Lloyd Fray (4 year position) Assistant Treasurer/Secretary: Mr. McNeil McGowan (4 year position) Club Representative: Mr. Calvin Waldron (1 year position) Club Representative: Mr. James Pace (1 year position) Club Representative: Ms. Terry-Lynn Paynter (1 year position).

The baord announced that Glenn Blakeney was the latest player to join the BCB's High Performance Programme (HPP). He will join Irving Romaine, Rodney Trott, Tamauri Tucker, Kyle Hodsoll, Oronde Bascome and Christopher Douglas who recently returned from a seven-week start at the Cricket Academy in Brisbane, Australia.

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 December 9, 2008, 21:44 GMT

    It is good to see Bermuda building a solid foundation for the future of Bermudan Cricket. The infrastructure is being built and made more solid with each passing year, while performances on the pitch may not reflect the improvements to the game in recent years in Bermuda, I am certain those elusive result are not too far away.

  • Simon Butler on December 9, 2008, 21:44 GMT

    It is good to see Bermuda building a solid foundation for the future of Bermudan Cricket. The infrastructure is being built and made more solid with each passing year, while performances on the pitch may not reflect the improvements to the game in recent years in Bermuda, I am certain those elusive result are not too far away.

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  • Simon Butler on December 9, 2008, 21:44 GMT

    It is good to see Bermuda building a solid foundation for the future of Bermudan Cricket. The infrastructure is being built and made more solid with each passing year, while performances on the pitch may not reflect the improvements to the game in recent years in Bermuda, I am certain those elusive result are not too far away.