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Team toss -- West Indies v. Ireland

WORMSLEY, England -- Ireland won the toss and elected to bat against West Indies in their unofficial warm-up match for International Cricket Council’s World Twenty20 2009 Championship at the John Paul Getty Ground, Wormsley on Saturday afternoon.

Teams

West Indies: Denesh Ramdin (Captain/Wicket-keeper), Lendl Simmons, Andre Fletcher, Xavier Marshall, Keiron Pollard, Ramnaresh Sarwan, David Bernard jnr, Jerome Taylor, Darren Sammy, Sulieman Benn, Lionel Baker.

2nd Warm up Match -- West Indies v. Ireland

WORMSLEY, England -- The West Indies players will have another chance to get fully ready for the upcoming International Cricket Council’s World Twenty20 2009 Championship, when they face Ireland in an unofficial warm-up match on Saturday.

The two teams will meet at the picturesque John Paul Getty Ground in Wormsley in what will be an opportunity to get in crucial preparation for both sides. The West Indies had their first Twenty20 match against Scotland on Thursday where they played well in all departments and won by 14 runs.

Ramdin has high hopes

WORMSLEY, England -- West Indies wicket-keeper and vice captain Denesh Ramdin is looking forward to the upcoming ICC World Twenty20 Championship as the team gets ready for their group matches against Australia and Sri Lanka. The 24-year-old has high hopes for his side. He outlined this summer was also about setting the record straight after the West Indies failed to make it past the group stages of the inaugural ICC World Twenty20 in South Africa in September, 2007.

West Indies start Twenty20 build-up with a win

WORMSLEY, England -- The West Indies batted purposefully and were backed up by clever bowling and smart fielding as they defeated Scotland by 14 runs in a warm-up match ahead of the International Cricket Council’s World Twenty20 Championship on Thursday.

Playing at the John Paul Getty Ground at Wormsley, the West Indies reached 143-6 off their 20 overs and then limited the Scots to 129-9 off 20 overs as both teams prepare for the tournament, to be played from June 5-21.

Coach Campbell looking ahead to World Twenty20

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados -- The members of the West Indies women’s team are busy getting ready for the upcoming International Cricket Council’s Women’s World Twenty20 Championship, to be played next month in England.

According to Head Coach Sherwin Campbell, the players are putting in the hard work at their in a 10-day camp which started on Monday in Barbados as they get ready for the inaugural Women’s World Twenty20 event.

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