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Kevin Hurdle and Delyone Borden are the surprise absentees from Bermuda's squad to the ICC World Cup Qualifiers in South Africa next month.
Borden has been punished for refusing to play after a pay dispute on a recent Caribbean tour, while Hurdles has failed to recover from a groin injury.
Irving Romaine, who led the side to the 2007 World Cup, is retained as captain, and the former Glamorgan batsman David Hemp is his vice-captain.
Squad Irving Romaine (capt), David Hemp (vice-capt), Chris Douglas, Fiqre Crockwell, Lionel Cann, Stephen Outerbridge, Jekon Edness, Janiero Tucker, Stefan Kelly, Kyle Hodsoll, George O'Brien, Glenn Blakeney, Dwayne Leverock, Rodney Trott, Tamauri Tucker.
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