Andre Fletcher delivered West Indies their second consecutive win in the 2016 ICC World Twenty20 with an unbeaten knock of 84, beating Sri Lanka by seven wickets in the Super 10 Group 1 encounter in Bangalore.
Hayley Mathews and Stafanie Taylor starred with both the bat and the ball as West Indies Women defeated Bangladesh Women by 49 runs in the Group B encounter of the ICC Women’s World Twenty20 in Chennai.
Chris Gayle struck a 47-ball hundred, his second T20I century, as England’s bowling attack was shredded down in Mumbai, with West Indies comfortably chasing down a tall order of 183 runs as Chetan Narula looked on.
Stafanie Taylor led the way with a knock of 40 runs while Anisa Mohammed took three wickets as West Indies Women held their nerve to clinch a four-run victory against Pakistan Women in the third match in Group B of the ICC Women’s World Twenty20 in Chennai.
West Indies Twenty20 International captain Darren Sammy lauded his team's fight back as they came from behind to register a three-wicket win against Australia in the warm-up match of the ICC World T20 in Kolkata.
After Josh Hazlewood wrecked West Indies with a hat-trick, skipper Darren Sammy played a captain’s knock by scoring a 28-ball fifty and led his team to a three-wicket win over Australia in a chase of 162 runs in the warm-up match of the ICC World Twenty20 in Kolkata.
A collective bowling effort from South Africa Women bowlers saw them defend 119 against West Indies Women successfully by four runs in the third Twenty20 International in Cape Town and completed a 2-1 series victory.
Three of the five World Cups have been won by sub-continental teams. There is a good chance the sixth edition of the tournament that goes underway from 8th March will also be won by a sub-continental team, hosts India.
Darren Sammy and Ashley Nurse played crucial cameos as West Indies went on to chase down a target of 158 runs in 18.5 overs to secure a three-wicket win against Warwickshire in the second Twenty20 match in Dubai.
Stafanie Taylor struck a fluent fifty and went on to take two wickets as West Indies Women posted a target of 144 runs and then bowled South Africa Women out for 98 runs, securing a 45-run victory in the second Twenty20 International in Durban, which helped the visitors level the series 1-1.