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Windies A fall in 2nd One-Day

ST GEORGE’S, Grenada, CMC – A shocking batting collapse sent West Indies A tumbling to a disappointing 108-run defeat in the second Digicel One-Dayer on Friday, allowing India A to level the three-match series at 1-1.

Chasing 185 for victory, West Indies A never recovered from the loss of two wickets in the first over and were bundled out for 76 off 27.1 overs at the National Stadium.

Windies players “at home” in America

Fort Lauderdale, Florida – Richie Richardson believes cricket in the United States could be in for “something special” this weekend when his West Indies face New Zealand to bowl off the Digicel Series. The former West Indies captain, now Team Manager, is expecting to see a lot of “familiar faces” in the crowd when the West Indies embark on their American journey.

Holder wants to “keep growing"

St. George’s, Grenada — Jason Holder is big, very big. He stands six feet, seven inches tall with broad shoulders and is an imposing figure.

The 20-year-old all-rounder says however, he still has a lot of “growing” to do on the cricket field and wants that growth to be demonstrated during the upcoming three-match Digicel One-day series against India-A.

Bonner's superb 82 goes in vain

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Opener Nkrumah Bonner’s sensational half-century was in vain as West Indies lost an enthralling second Digicel Twenty20 to India A on the “One-over Eliminator” late Sunday night.

 

Benn wins T20 with bat and ball

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Left-arm spinner Sulieman Benn turned in a brilliant Man-of-the-Match performance to lift West Indies A team to an unlikely come-from-behind win over India A in the first Twenty20 on Saturday night.

The beanpole left-hander took three wickets in one over and then blasted 15 runs in the final over as the Windies won by three wickets with just two balls to spare at Queen’s Park Oval.

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