Bermuda Cricket Board
The Bermuda Cricket Board(BCB) is the official ICC recognised organisation chosen to represent Bermuda in terms of cricket issues. The board was set up in 1938, and became an associate member of the International Cricket Council in 1966. The Bermuda national cricket team qualified for the 2007 Cricket World Cup, the peak of Bermudian cricket.
The Headquarters of BCB are at Point Finger Road, Paget, DV 04, Bermuda.
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BCB Mission Statement
The BCB develops sustainable cricket structures that connect people and their communities, by:-
- Developing grassroots programs
- Implementing international best practices
- Delivering innovative and memorable events
Please refer to this link for getting more information on Cricket Grounds in Bermuda.
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