7th match, Kuala Lumpur, May 02, 2018, ICC World Cricket League Division Four
(42.5/50 ov, T:243) 184

Bermuda won by 58 runs

Player Of The Match
66 (43) & 1/34

Returning Leverock fires Bermuda to comfortable win

After being benched from Bermuda's first two matches for disciplinary reasons, Kamau Leverock blasted 66 off 43 balls to set up a 58-run win over Jersey

Bermuda 242 (Leverock 66, Fray 56, Watkins 3-36, Stevens 3-42) beat Jersey 184 (Stevens 42, Ferraby 31, Stovell 4-33, Tucker 2-31) by 58 runs
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After being benched for Bermuda's first two matches at the WCL Division Four for disciplinary reasons, star allrounder Kamau Leverock reminded Jersey of his talent with a devastating 66 off 43 balls to set up a 58-run win over Jersey at Kinrara Oval.
Returning to the scene of Saturday's training-session tirade that earned him a two-match ban, Leverock punished Jersey's bowling attack after they had sent Bermuda in at the toss. Leverock, and his opening partner Okera Bascome, each hit a four and two sixes off Cornelis Bodenstein and Anthony Hawkins-Kay to take Bermuda to 32 for 0 in two overs. Leverock brought up a 28-ball fifty in the 10th over, off Charles Perchard.
Leverock's onslaught against Jersey's bowlers was reminiscent of a similar shellacking two years ago, at the last Division Four in Los Angeles, when he smashed 137 off 111 balls.
Elliot Miles eventually ended the opening stand at 52, but Leverock and captain Terryn Fray put on another 58 for the second wicket to take Bermuda to a commanding 110 for 1 in 15 overs.
Bermuda's scoring rate fell dramatically after Leverock's dismissal, going at under four an over the rest of the way, until they were bowled out for 242 in the final over. The left-arm spin trio of Miles, Ben Stevens and Nat Watkins combined to take eight of the ten wickets.
On what has been a good batting surface at the Kinrara Oval through the tournament, Jersey stuttered in reply, falling to 32 for 3 inside the Powerplay. Stevens once again provided a major contribution with the bat to give Jersey hope, top-scoring with 42 off 52 balls at No. 3. But Jersey were hurt by a number of batsmen failing to convert their starts in the middle and lower order.
Offspinning allrounder Dion Stovell, who took the new ball and dismissed Peter Gough in the fourth over, came back to spin out the tail, finishing with 4 for 33 as Jersey were bowled out in the 43rd over for 184.

Peter Della Penna is ESPNcricinfo's USA correspondent @PeterDellaPenna

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