The Bermuda National Cricket Team serves the British overseas territory of Bermuda in International Cricket. It became the Associate Member of the International Cricket Council in 1966 and played its first ODI match on 17 May 2006 against Canada on the ground of Port Of Spain. The team played its last ODI in 2009. Scoring a duck in International Cricket is not acceptable both by the audience and the player himself. It lowers the player’s confidence and is not fit for his career record as well.

1. Irving Howard Romaine 

Irving Howard Romaine is a former right-hand occasional wicketkeeper from Bermuda. The former captain played his first ODI match on 17 May 2006 against Canada at Port of Spain and his last game against the Netherlands at Potchefstroom on 8 April 2009. He played 35 games and scored 783 runs in 34 innings with an average of 25.25 with one century. He has five ducks in his ODI career.

2. David Lloyd Hemp 

David Lloyd Hemp is a former left-hand opening batter who played his first ODI match against Kenya at Mombasa on 11 November 2006 and his last game against the Netherlands at Potchefstroom on 8 April 2009. He played 22 games and scored 641 runs in 22 innings with an average of 33.73 with one century. He has four ducks in his ODI career.

3. Steven Davonne Outerbridge 

Steven DavonneOuterbridge is a former left-hand batter who made his ODI debut on 19 August 2006 against Canada in Toronto and his last match on 8 April 2009 against the Netherlands at Potchefstroom. He played 23 games and scored 336 runs in 23 innings with an average of 14.60. He has four ducks in his ODI career.

4. Clay James Smith 

Clay James Smith is a former right-hand batter who made his ODI debut against Canada at Toronto on 19 August 2006 and his last game against Sri Lanka at Port of Spain on 15 March 2007. He played 12 games and scored 192 runs in 12 innings with an average of 16.00. He has three ducks in his ODI career.

5. Lionel Olvin Bernard Cann 

Lionel Olvin Bernard Cann is a right-hand allrounder batter who played his first ODI match on 17 May 2006 against Canada at Port of Spain and his last game against the Netherlands at Potchefstroom on 8 April 2009. He played 26 games and scored 590 runs in 25 innings with an average of 26.81. He has three ducks in his ODI career.

6. George Hubert O’Brien 

George Hubert O’Brien is a former right-hand batter who played his first ODI match against Canada at Port of Spain on 17 May 2006 and his last game against Canada at King City on 18 August 2008. Brien played nine games and scored 38 runs in 7 innings with an average of 5.42. He has two ducks in his ODI career.

7. Delyone Charles Clarence Borden 

Delyone Charles Clarence Borden is a former left-hand batter who made his ODI debut against Canada at Toronto on 19 August 2006 and his last match against West Indies at King City on 20 August 2008. Borden played 12 games and scored 98 runs in 11 innings with an average of 14.00. He has two ducks in his ODI career.

8. Kevin Andre Dean Hurdle 

Kevin Andre Dean Hurdle is a former right-hand batter who played his first ODI match on 18 May 2006 against Zimbabwe at Port of Spain and his last match against Kenya at Nairobi on 27 October 2007. Kevin played 19 games and scored 85 runs in 13 innings with an average of 10.62. He has two ducks in his ODI career.

9. Saleem Mukuddem 

Saleem Mukuddem is a former right-hand allrounder batter who made his ODI debut against Canada at Port of Spain on 17 May 2006 and his last match against Bangladesh at Port of Spain on 25 March 2007. He played 20 games and scored 331 runs in 18 innings with an average of 23.64. He has two ducks in his ODI career.

10. Oliver Llewellyn Pitcher 

Oliver Llewellyn Pitcher is a former right-hand allrounder who made his ODI debut against Bangladesh at St John’s on 25 February 2007 and his last match against Bangladesh at Port of Spain on 25 March 2007. OL Pitcher played five games and scored 72 runs in five innings with an average of 14.40.He has one duck in his ODI career.