Canada looking to finish unbeaten

Sam Murley for the Royal Gazette:-

Liburd, however, was quick to remind his team about the task in hand, starting with a second meeting with Bermuda tomorrow at White Hill Field.

“It was a case of job done from our point of view,” Liburd said. “We wanted to get an easy win but the guys made it look a little harder than it should have been.

“We had a really poor start but thankfully our captain [Dhaliwal] and Kumar were there to see us home. I think the guys came here and underestimated Cayman Islands after we beat them so easily the first time around.

“It is certainly a habit we have to break ourselves out of because whenever we play against the lesser fancied teams we don’t seem to be 100 per cent. They have to realise that every time they enter the field they have to give maximum attitude and effort.

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