The two take six wickets between them as collective bowling effort sees Scotland fall short by 18 runs
Batting first, Bermuda got off to a brisk start, with Dion Stovell (29) and Tre Manders (7), the two openers, putting on 36 runs in 4.4 overs. But, following some quick inroads by the Scotland bowlers, Bermuda quietly slipped to 55 for 3. Following that, however, with the help of short partnerships, and some useful contributions from Lionel Cann (27), Alan Douglas (21), Malachi Jones (15) and Kwame Tucker (12*), Bermuda managed to post a respectable 149 at the end of 20 overs for the loss of seven wickets.
Scotland had a less-than-ideal start, losing two wickets with only eight runs on the board. However, Richie Berrington (29), the opener, and Kyle Coetzer (37) brought Scotland to calmer waters with a 57-run stand. Coetzer added a further 44 runs for the fourth wicket with Rob Taylor (26) and tried to take Scotland home. But, with as many as eight batsmen failing to get into double-digit scores, Scotland eventually folded for 131 in 19.5 overs.
Jacobi Robinson was the pick of the bowlers for Bermuda, returning figures of 3 for 8 off 2 overs. Janeiro Tucker impressed with his right-arm medium bowling, finishing with figures of 3 for 22 off 3.5 overs . Derrick Brangman finished with 2 for 29 and Kamau Leverock accounted for the wicket of Matt Machan.