Dhaniram blasts Canada home
Canada 239 for 5 (Dhaniram 63, Bagai 58*) beat Bermuda 235 for 8 (Hemp 55) by five wickets
Bagai followed up his half-century against Netherlands with a guiding innings from No. 3 while Dhaniram, who earlier bagged two wickets, provided the fireworks with 63 off 42 balls. He struck eight fours and a six with his half-century arriving off just 30 deliveries.
An opening stand of 66 in 12 overs had put Canada well on their way, but Bermuda fought back and at 138 for 4 the match was in the balance. However, even in their defeat to Netherlands the lower order had shown themselves to be capable batsmen and this time Dhaniram took charge.
Bermuda's innings had been held together by David Hemp's 70-ball 55, following on from his unbeaten 247 in the Intercontinental Cup match against Netherlands. However, Hemp's dismissal in the 46th over meant Bermuda couldn't quite make the most of their closing overs.