After losing the first match in the series by five wickets, Bermuda came back to win the next two matches, including a very close third match which they won by just three runs.

The series win means they will play in the World Cup qualifying tournament next year, playing Ireland, the Netherlands, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Scotland and a still to be decided African qualifier. They need to finish in the top two of that tournament to qualify for the 2009 World Cup. That isn't the only incentive though, as the top four teams will gain Test and ODI status for the following four years.