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DUBAI---Bermuda bounced back from a two-run
defeat against Italy the previous day by beating
near neighbours Canada by three wickets off the
final ball of their warm-up match at the ICC Acad-
emy Ground No 2 in the United Arab Emirates,
yesterday ahead of the ICC World Cup Twenty20
qualifiers which start tomorrow.
Canada piled up 182-5 from their 20 overs but
Bermuda were equal to the task, winning the high-
scoring game in dramatic fashion.
Tailender Kamau Leverock---19-year-old son of
Bermuda-based Barbadian police officer Dave
Greenidge---brought the scores level with a six off
the penultimate delivery and the left-hander was
then instrumental in securing victory when the final
ball went for four leg byes.
Bermuda still needed 16 for victory when Malachi
Jones was caught behind for seven off the first ball
of the last over delivered by Rizwan Cheema (2-39).
Wicketkeeper Kwame Tucker (ten not out) then hit
the next ball for six, followed by a single, to give the
strike to Leverock, who earlier opened the bowling
to claim 2-43 from four overs.
Opener Dion Stovell, sixth out at 162 at the start
of the 18th over, laid the foundation for what national
coach Arnold Manders later called a monumental
win for us , by hitting six fours and a six in his 44-
Captain Janeiro Tucker, who added 67 for the
fourth wicket with Stovell, smashed 42 off 20 balls
with four fours and three sixes to keep Bermuda in
the hunt against more illustrious opponents.
Allan Douglas kept the runs flowing at number
six, striking three sixes and a four in his 16-ball 29.
Guyana-born Jeremy Gordon, a 26-year-old fast-
medium bowler, claimed the best figures for Canada
with 2-20 from four overs after opening the attack.
Canada in T20
Fyzabad Secondary 2 (Phillip Felmin 79th, Ronaldo London 82nd) v
Presentation College 1 (Quintal John 14th)
Shiva Boys 1 (Levi Garcia 64th) v Mayaro 0
Carapichaima East 12 (Simon Joseph 2nd, 17th, 23rd, 30th, 31st,
Justin Joseph 5th, 44th, 66th, Larry Brown 46th, Joshua Enaeu
50th, Akinee Henry 3rd, Darren Thomas 86th) v Vishnu Boys 0
Chaguanas North 5 v Tabaquite Secondary 4
Mason Hall 1 (Hakeem Louis 17th) v Scarborough 0
Speyside 1 (Marcus Caesar 26th) v Signal Hill 1 (Devon Smith
40th) Speyside won 4-3 on penalties
A red card midway through the second
half yesterday, changed the course of Pres-
entation College San Fernando s season as
it was shocked 2-1 by Fyzabad Secondary
in the first match of a South Zone dou-
ble-header as the Coca-Cola Intercol com-
petition continued at Skinner Park in San
Presentation, which recently won the
BGTT First Citizens Big-Five competition,
was favourites against Fyzabad, who won
the South Senior Division title. After Pres
took an early lead in the 14th minute after
a Quintal John strike, the match was turned
on its head when Presentation s Jared Gordon
received his marching orders in the 67th
minute after slapping the face of an opposing
Fyzabad took full advantage of the extra
man, equalising through Phillip Felmine in
the 79th minute. Fyzabad then grabbed the
winner in the 82nd, when Ronaldo John
found the target.
In the second match, a Levi Garcia strike
was enough for Shiva Boys to advance to
the semifinals, defeating Mayaro 1-0.
At the Ato Boldon Stadium, Carapichaima
East continued its dominance over Vishnu
Boys in the Central Zone this season, storm-
ing to a 12-0 win.
Caps won the first encounter 5-0, then
followed up with a 18-0 spanking, the second time
the two teams met. Simon Joseph opened his tally
in the second minute and never looked back, finishing
the first half with five goals (17th, 23rd, 30th, 31st).
Justin Joseph scored a brace, while Akinee Henry
added another to give Caps a 8-0 lead at the half.
Caps took its foot off the accelerator in the second
half, scoring only four more goals as it advanced to
the south finals.
In a much closer contest, Chaguanas North got
much more than they bargained for, edging Tabaquite
Secondary 5-4. When the teams met earlier in the
season, Chaguanas won 16-0 on aggregate over two
In Tobago, a ten-man Mason Hall team hung on
for a 1-0 win against Scarborough. Hakeem Louis
scored his team s lone item in the 17th minute, but
then received two yellow cards (43rd, 46th) in quick
succession. Mason Hall showed determination, hang-
ing on for the narrow win.
In the second match, penalties had to seperate
Speyside and Signal Hill, after the teams battled to
a 1-1 draw at the end of regulation time. Speyside
held its nerve in the shootout, winning 4-3 to set
a date with Mason Hall in the final.
Fyzabad upsets Pres 2-1 RESULTS
North Zone Semifinals (At Hasely Crawford
St Anthony's v East Mucurapo, 3 pm
St Mary's v Fatima College, 5 pm
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