An amazing experience, says Bermuda captain

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, March 16, 2007 (AFP) - Bermuda may have suffered a humiliating defeat on their World Cup debut against Sri Lanka here, but skipper Irving Romaine says the experience matters more for his team than the result.
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"We were all emotional and it showed in a couple of early overs.

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The experience is amazing for us," Romaine said after his side crashed to a 243-run defeat in their opening match at the Queen's Park Oval here on Thursday.
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"It was a wonderful experience. Some of the old players were also there.

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They are disappointed with the result, but they know it is a special day for Bermuda.
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Bermuda failed to cope with the Sri Lankan seamers and were dismissed for a paltry 78 chasing a mammoth 322-run target, with Fraveez Maharoof (4-23) and Lasith Malinga (3-10) doing the maximum damage.

"I think we have done well playing against Sri Lanka.

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We have seen them score more than 400 runs against the Netherlands (at Amstelveen) last year," said the Bermudian skipper.
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Romaine said his batsmen found it difficult to read Malinga, a seamer with a deceptive round-arm action who rattled Bermuda with three early wickets.

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"We did okay in the field, but the frontline batsmen could not handle Malin

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