[Written by Stephen Wright]

Bermuda captain Kamau Leverok has maintained high standards with bat and ball throughout the team’s ICC Cricket World Cup Challenge League B campaign.

The all-rounder scored 463 runs, including four 50 runs, while batting 30.86 in 15 games for the island.

He also took the lead with the ball, claiming 20 wickets at an average of 31.75, including one four-wicket hole.

“Personal games often suffer when you become captain,” Leverock tweeted.

“Those last tours, I have, but I’m glad I still did enough to be one of the top players in Challenge League B.”

Bermuda finished bottom of League B.

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