Windies A Team

A-class show by West Indies A

Gros Islet, St Lucia — There was no stopping West Indies A team on Tuesday as they completed an emphatic 10-wicket win over India A at Beausejour Cricket Ground, to take the three-match Digicel ‘Test’ Series 2-1.

West Indies were led by fast bowler Kevin McClean who sliced through the visitors’ strong batting line-up with five wickets for 57 runs on the final morning to dismiss India A for 202 in the second innings.

Windies win by 10 wickets, take series

GROS ISLET, St Lucia, CMC – Test opener Kieran Powell hammered an attacking, unbeaten half-century to complete an outstanding match as West Indies A crushed India by ten wickets on the final day of the third and decisive Digicel four-day “Test” on Tuesday.

The left-hander finished on 56 not out from just 50 balls, a high tempo innings that saw the hosts to their target of 97 with no loss of wickets, 35 minutes before lunch at the Beausejour Cricket Stadium.

Johnson, McClean clean up India A

GROS ISLET, St Lucia, CMC – Pacers Delorn Johnson and Kevin McClean produced devastating spells to rock India A and put West Indies A in sight of victory in the third and final Digicel four-day “Test” on Monday.

Positive Powell finds his feet

Gros Islet, St Lucia — Opening batsman Kieran Powell showed his class on Sunday with a brilliant century as West Indies A took the upperhand over India A on the second day of the third four-day Digicel ‘Test’.

The tall left-hander was made a well-compiled 139 as the home side closed on 320 runs for eight wickets — an overall lead of 90 runs with two days left at Beausejour Cricket Ground. He was out late in the day, caught and bowled as he tried to pull pacer Shami Ahmed.

Powell powers Windies with 139

GROS ISLET, St Lucia, CMC – Opener Kieran Powell kept himself in the Test selection frame when he stroked his third first class hundred and his second in as many months, to lead an impressive West Indies A effort on the second day of the decisive third and final Digicel ‘Test’ against India A on Sunday.

Drafted into the squad after returning to the Caribbean from a disappointing Test tour of England, the attractive left-hander unfurled a superb 139 as West Indies A finished the day on 320 for eight, a lead of 90 on first innings.


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