Bowling Economy is one of the three measures to determine the bowler’s performance; the other two are bowling average and strike rate. Bowling economy is the average number of runs allowed per over bowled. It is generally used alongside the bowling average to determine the overall performance of the bowler in a game. Also, the role of bowlers in ODI is of significance. A dynamic bowler is capable enough of formulating the game results with his bowling skills. The Bermuda Cricket Team played their first ODI match on May 17, 2006, against Canada on the ground of Port Of Spain.

1. Russell Dwayne Mark Leverock 

Russell Dwayne Mark Leverock is a former slow-left arm orthodox bowler in the Bermuda cricket team. He played his first ODI against Canada on May 17, 2006, and his last ODI was against the Netherlands at Potchefstroom on April 08, 2009. He played 32 matches, taking 34 wickets in 32 innings with a bowling average of 33.02 and an economy of 4.00. Leverock took one five-wicket haul.

2. Rodney Jamal Omar Trott 

Rodney Jamal Omar Trott is a former right-arm off-break bowler in the Bermuda cricket team. He made his ODI appearance against Kenya at Nairobi on October 25, 2007, and his last ODI was on April 08, 2009, against the Netherlands at Potchefstroom. He played 11 matches, took 16 wickets in 11 innings with a bowling average of 25.75 and an economy of 4.60.

3. Saleem Mukuddem 

Saleem Mukuddem is a former right-arm medium bowler and right-hand batter in the Bermuda cricket team. He played his first ODI against Canada on May 17, 2006, and his last ODI was against Bangladesh at Port of Spain on March 25, 2007. Mukuddem played 20 matches and took 23 wickets in 20 with a bowling average of 32.69 and an economy of 4.70.

4. Steven Davonne Outerbridge 

Steven Davonne Outerbridge is a former right-arm off-break bowler who made his ODI debut against Canada at Toronto on August 19, 2006, and his last match against the Netherlands at Potchefstroom on April 8, 2008. He played 23 games and took one wicket in seven innings with an average of 94.00 and an economy of 4.70.

5. Janeiro J Tucker 

Janeiro J Tucker is a former right-hand batter and a right-arm medium bowler in the Bermuda cricket team. He made his ODI appearance against Canada on May 17, 2006, at the Port of Spain, and his last ODI game was against the Netherlands at Potchefstroom on April 08, 2009. He played 26 ODI matches, taking 13 wickets in 21 innings with a bowling average of 53.92 and an economy of 5.13.

6. Kevin Andre Dean Hurdle 

Kevin Andre Dean Hurdle is a former right-arm fast bowler in the Bermuda cricket team. He made his test appearance against Zimbabwe at Port of Spain on May 18, 2006, and his ODI farewell was opposite Kenya at Nairobi on October 27, 2007. He played 19 matches and took 23 wickets in 19 innings with a bowling average of 36.13 and an economy of 5.50.

7. Stefan Kievon Wayne Kelly 

Stefan Kievon Wayne Kelly is a former right-arm fast-medium bowler in the Bermuda cricket team. He played his first ODI match on November 14, 2006, against Kenya at Mombasa, and his last ODI game was against the Netherlands at Potchefstroom on April 08, 2009. He played ten ODI matches, took 14 wickets in ten innings with a bowling average of 26.50 and an economy of 5.72.

8. Delyone Charles Clarence Borden

Delyone Charles Clarence Borden is a former right-arm off-break bowler in the Bermuda cricket team. He made his ODI debut against Canada in Toronto on August 16, 2006, and his last ODI was against West Indies at King City on August 20, 2008. Borden played 12 matches, took 15 wickets in 12 innings with an average of 26.13 and an economy of 5.72.

9. David Lloyd Hemp 

David Lloyd Hemp is a former right-arm medium bowler who made his ODI debut against Kenya at Mombasa on November 11, 2006. His last game against the Netherlands at Potchefstroom was on  April 8, 2009. He played 22 games and took one wicket in four innings with an average of 119.00 and an economy of 6.26.

10. Malachi Olin Jones

Malachi Olin Jones is a former right-hand allrounder who made his ODI debut against Kenya at Mombasa on November 11, 2006, and his last match against Kenya at Nairobi on October 28, 2007. He played 12 games and took eight wickets in 12 innings with an average of 60.25 and an economy of 6.31.