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January 13, 2007
Ryan Steede, the medium-pacer and Kwame Tucker, the wicketkeeper, are the two notable omissions of Bermuda's squad for the World Cricket League to be held in Kenya later this month.
Both players have been retained in Bermuda's reserves, although there are still concerns as to whether Tucker is fit enough to serve as the main reserve wicketkeeper. Jekon Edness, the 23-year-old wicketkeeper, has also named in the reseves should Tucker not prove fit enough.
Bermuda are currently training for the tournament in Trinidad and depart for Kenya on January 24. Saleem Mukuddem, Stefan Kelly and Stephen Outerbridge - each of whom missed their side's week-long preparation in Trinidad through injury - are all included.
Irvine Romaine (capt), Dean Minors (wk), Clay Smith, Stephen Outerbridge, OJ Pitcher, David Hemp, Janeiro Tucker, Lionel Cann, Malachi Jones, Delyone Borden, Saleem Mukuddem, Kevin Hurdle, Dwayne Leverock, Stefan Kelly, Arthur Pitcher Jnr.
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