Former Bermuda national team wicketkeeper-batsman Fiqre Crockwell, 30, was found dead early Monday morning in the Pembroke parish area of Bermuda. According to a report in the Royal Gazette, Crockwell was found fatally wounded shortly before 3am.

"The Bermuda Cricket Board expresses its shock and sadness at the loss today of Fiqre Crockwell," BCB president Neil Speight told ESPNcricinfo by email. "We extend our sympathies and condolences to the family and friends at this difficult time."

Crockwell played Under-19 cricket for Bermuda and made his senior team debut as a 23-year-old at the 2009 World Cup Qualifier in South Africa. He opened the batting on debut, making 36 in a nine-wicket win over Denmark. His only two ODIs came against Kenya and Netherlands during the same tournament, where he made 45 and 23 respectively in a pair of losses.

His last appearance for Bermuda came at the 2012 World T20 Qualifier in the UAE. He made 117 runs in four matches in the tournament at 29.25, with a best of 47 in his final match for the national team, a win over Uganda. Crockwell was included in a preliminary squad that toured Jamaica ahead of last year's ICC Americas Division One Twenty20 championship in Indianapolis, but was not included in the final 14-man group that finished third at the tournament.

Locally, Crockwell played for St. David's County Cricket Club and also played for St. George's on several occasions in the annual Cup Match holiday game played every summer, the biggest domestic match on the Bermuda cricket calendar dating back to 1872.

Peter Della Penna is ESPNcricinfo's USA correspondent. @PeterDellaPenna