Bermuda's selectors have made four changes in their 13-man squad for the ICC Intercontinental Cup semi-finals in Namibia next month when they take on Kenya.
Concerned by the lack of runs at the top of the order, Bermuda have brought back Curtis Jackson after a five-year absence, and he is expected to open with Kwame Tucker. Lionel Cann, who had to miss the group matches in Canada, unsurprisingly returns, but the inclusion of left-arm fast-medium bowler Kevin Tucker raised more than a few eyebrows.
Among those axed is Daniel Morgan, although he will still make the trip in his capacity as team physiotherapist.
"I have full confidence in the selectors and the players, a lot of people have said that we made changes to previous squads but the changes have panned out to being a success," said Reggie Pearman, the Bermuda Cricket Board president.