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The Bermuda Cricket Board have received 12 applicants for the post of national coach, ahead of Gus Logie's departure in September.
Logie announced in April he would not be renewing his contract with the board, following his side's desperately disappointing performance in the ICC World Cup Qualifiers in South Africa, where Bermuda lost their international standing as an ODI nation.
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