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June 28, 2013 West Indies A 196 for 8 (Fletcher 59, Thomas 50, Lakmal 3-28) beat Sri Lanka A 129 (Gabriel 3-13, Shillingford 3-33) by 67 runs Scorecard The pace of Shannon Gabriel and the offspin of Shane Shillingford, both operating with new balls,
Barbados 212 (Carter 116, Shillingford 6-81) beat Windward Islands 44 (Smith 14, Nurse 7-10, Benn 3-15) and 67 (Fletcher 27, Nurse 7-30, Benn 3-35) by an innings and 101 runs Scorecard Ashley Nurse broke regional four-day competition record with a
As West Indies completed an innings and 65-run victory over Zimbabwe in Dominica to wrap up the series 2-0, there were a number of milestones achieved: keeper Denesh Ramdin claimed his 150th Test dismissal , West Indies won six consecutive Tests for
Veteran left-hander Shivnarine Chanderpaul fashioned his 28th Test century and climbed to eighth in the all-time list of run-scorers, while Chris Gayle posted his 15th Test hundred, as the West Indies took a vice-like grip on the second Test against
Much of West Indies' control over Zimbabwe in the Test series so far has come through Shane Shillingford . With a five-wicket haul on the first day in Roseau, the offspinner has already taken his tally to 14 for the series. The support shown by his
Offspinners Shane Shillingford and Marlon Samuels shared five wickets between them as Zimbabwe struggled to 158-7 at tea against West Indies on the opening day of the second cricket test at Windsor Park on Wednesday.
Windward Islands opening batsman Devon Smith remains the leading run scorer ahead of the next round of matches in the Caribbean`s four-day and Super 50 competitions. Smith has totalled 456 runs in four-day format at an average of 76, becoming the
Tall spinner Shane Shillingford returns home to Dominica hoping to continue his heroics as the West Indies chase a sixth successive cricket test victory when they take on Zimbabwe, starting on Wednesday. Shillingford was man of the match after taking
The Dominican right-armer picked up six for 49 in the second innings to add to the three wickets he grabbed in the first innings as Zimbabwe caved in just after lunch Thursday, the third day of the scheduled five-day fixture, reports Xinhua.
Brendan Taylor , the Zimbabwe captain, rued his team's performance with the bat in the first Test in Barbados, where West Indies won comfortably by nine wickets. Several Zimbabwe batsmen, including Taylor, squandered starts in the first innings to