West Indies

West Indies Survive Morgan Magic

A magical innings from Eoin Morgan wasn't enough for England as they lost by 15 runs to the West Indies on the opening day of super eight matches in Pallekele. Morgan hit 71 not out off only 36 balls, but, coming in at number five, even he couldn't make up for the earlier failings of his colleagues. West Indies' openers had earlier blitzed England's spinners to all parts to lead their side to 179 for five. Chris Gayle and Johnson Charles both hit fast-paced half-centuries as seven overs of England spin yielded 70 runs and only one wicket.
27 September 2012

Cricket Betting: Opinion Split On England-West Indies

Bookmakers William Hill cannot decide who will win Thursday’s T20 match between England and West Indies with their punters equally as indecisive. England have seen around 56% of all bets placed on the match outcome at 10/11, while the West Indies have seen around 44% of all bets at the same price.
27 September 2012

South Africa And West Indies Start With Easy Wins

There were comfortable wins for South Africa Women and West Indies Women as the ICC Women's Twenty20 got underway in Galle today. The South Africans bowled the home side Sri Lanka out for just 79 from their 20 overs in the first match in Group B, with Susan Benade and Dane van Niekerk taking two wickets each. The home side never got going in their innings after being put into bat as all of their top five batters failed to reach double figures.
26 September 2012

West Indies Qualify After Washout In Colombo

West Indies found themselves on the lucky end of the rainy stick when for a second match running, they encountered a washout at the Premadasa Stadium in Colombo. Earlier on Saturday, they had lost to Australia on the Duckworth-Lewis method after weather interference during their bowling stint. This time they didn't get to bat as Ireland's score of 129 for six in 19 overs went untested, meaning the West Indies qualified for the Super Eights.
24 September 2012

Australia Triumph Over West Indies In Rain-Affected Encounter

Australia went top of Group B after beating West Indies by 17 runs (by D/L method) at R Premadasa Stadium. On a rain-affected Saturday, the second match of the day was washed off towards the end, just as it began moving to an intense finish. Earlier South Africa beat Sri Lanka by 32 overs, in a seven-overs per side rain curtailed match.
22 September 2012

Pakistan Beat India As England, Ireland, South Africa & West Indies Also Win

The final round of warm-ups ahead of the ICC World Twenty 2012 ended with wins for England, Ireland, India, South Africa and the West Indies. Ireland produced an impressive comeback to beat Bangladesh by five runs, England came out on top of a similarly close game against Australia to win by nine runs, Pakistan confidently chased down a stiff target to overcome India by five wickets while South Africa proved too strong for New Zealand, as did the West Indies for Afghanistan.
17 September 2012

Dottin Denies England Series Whitewash

West Indies Women won a last-ball thriller in Arundel to deny England Women a clean sweep of the five-match Twenty20 International series. The tourists had looked to have the edge in the 17th over at 123 for four, needing just 17 to win, but Holly Colvin ended Deandra Dottin's excellent innings at 62 off 34 balls.
16 September 2012

England Women On Course For Series Clean Sweep

England Women kept on course for a series whitewash against West Indies Women with a convincing 84-run victory in the fourth Twenty20 International at Hove. Batting first, they made 154 for three from their 20 overs thanks to an unbeaten half-century from Lydia Greenway.
15 September 2012

England Women Clinch T20 Series

England Women wrapped up their five-match Twenty20 International series against West Indies Women at the earliest opportunity with a 10-run win in the third match at Wantage Road, Northampton. On a pitch that was both slow and tired, the home side could manage only 103 for seven from their 20 overs after electing to bat, but that proved to be enough as West Indies were bowled out for 93.
13 September 2012

Taylor Half-Century Sets Up Another England Win

England Women went 2-0 up in their five-match Twenty20 International series against West Indies Women with a 28-run win in the second match at Old Trafford. A fine innings of 53 in 37 balls from Sarah Taylor set England on their way to a score of 150 for three and in reply the West Indies reached 122 for six from their 20 overs.
10 September 2012

Gibson Gives West Indies 'Real Good Chance' At ICC WT20

West Indies coach Ottis Gibson gives his side 'a real good chance' going into the ICC World Twenty20 2012, which begins on 18th September in Sri Lanka. The West Indies play Ireland and Australia in the group and will expect to repeat their performance from the last two competitions and qualify for the Super Eight stage.
10 September 2012

England Women Ease To Victory

England Women recorded their 16th successive win in Twenty20 Internationals by defeating West Indies Women by eight wickets in the first match of their five match series at Chester-le-Street. Charlotte Edwards and Laura Marsh ensured that England made short work of the tourists' woeful total of 71 for eight and added 59 inside the first seven overs.
8 September 2012

ICC World Twenty20 2012 Preview: West Indies

John Pryor takes a look at the West Indies team which will compete in the upcoming ICC World Twenty20 2012.
4 September 2012

West Indies Women Confident Ahead Of England Series

The West Indies Women are in confident mood as they prepare for a series of five Twenty20 Internationals against England Women which begins on 8th September. The first two matches will be played ahead of the England-South Africa men's matches at Chester-le-Street and Old Trafford before Northampton, Hove and Arundel host the remaining matches.
3 September 2012

Fit-Again Darren Bravo In West Indies ICC WT20 Squad

Fit-again batsman Darren Bravo has been named as part of the West Indies' 15-man ICC World Twenty20 squad, having been sidelined due to injury since June. The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) have kept faith with the nucleus of the squad that defeated New Zealand 2-0 in the recent series in Florida as they bid to better their semi-final appearance of 2009.
22 August 2012

West Indies And Sri Lanka Record Play-Off Victories

Pakistan suffered defeat at the hands of West Indies in the fifth place play-off semi-final as the Under-19 World Cup continued in Queensland. The other match saw Sri Lanka record the expected comfortable victory over Ireland.
22 August 2012

West Indies Women Name World T20 Squad

West Indies Women have named a 14-woman squad for the World Twenty20 and five-match series against England, which begin next month. All-rounder Britney Cooper has been recalled following her successful recovery from a fractured finger, while young wicket-keeper Kycia Knight and teenage leg-spinner Shaquana Quintyne are also included.
21 August 2012

India Stumble Against West Indies In Townsville

West Indies recorded a surprise victory over pre-tournament favourites India at Townsville. They restricted the Indians to just 166 for eight from their 50 overs after asking them to bat, with Kyle Mayers (two for 35), Ronsford Beaton (three for 33) and Jerome Jones (two for 23) doing the bulk of the damage.
12 August 2012

West Indies Comfortably Clinch 2-0 Series Win

For the first time since 2000, the West Indies clinched back-to-back Test victories at home with a five-wicket win over New Zealand in Kingston, Jamaica. In a low-scoring game, the West Indies progressed from their overnight score of 135 for four to close on 206 for five, comfortably reaching their target to claim the series 2-0.
5 August 2012

Roach Pleased With Day One Performance

Kemar Roach has described the pitch on which he took four wickets yesterday as "not an easy [one] to bowl on." He and Tino Best took six wickets between them to help bowl New Zealand out for just 260 on the first day at Sabina Park. Roach said, "I would rate today's effort as a good performance. It was not an easy pitch to bowl on. It offered some moisture in the early stages, but then it flattened out and made batting quite easy."
3 August 2012

 
 
 
 
 
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