Wednesday 16 June 2010 

West Indies Go 1-0 Up In Blind Series Against Australia

West Indies Blind Cricketers have gone one up in the three-match series against the touring Australians.

In the opening game, the Australians won the toss and elected to bat scoring 216 for five in 40 overs. Matthew Owen McCarthy top scored with 81 not out.

In their reply, the West Indies got the required runs (217 for six) off 33.2 overs.

Top scorer was Gregory Stewart with 77 and after earlier taking two wickets for 32 run he was named as the player of the match.

The second game on Wednesday between the two teams will be played at Spartan Cricket Ground, Queen's Park and will be watched by the Australian High Commissioner.

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