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Re: England Lions vs Windies A vs India A, June-July

Postby Googley » Fri Jun 29, 2018 9:38 am

Now, this is embarrassing..


thats modus operandi for WI cricket these days. I am no longer surprised!

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Re: England Lions vs Windies A vs India A, June-July

Postby mikesiva » Sat Jun 30, 2018 9:17 am

The embarrassment gets worse. The west indies thrashed by 203 runs by India.

India 354-6

Shaw 102
Vihari 147

Holder 3-70

West indies 151 all out

Hemraj 43
Ambris 32

Patel 4-34
Chahar 2-21

Thanks that this tour has ended.
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Thanks that this tour has ended.

Postby MarcusGarveyLives » Sun Jul 01, 2018 4:16 pm

Thanks that this tour has ended.

It hasn't.
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Re: England Lions vs Windies A vs India A, June-July

Postby mikesiva » Wed Jul 04, 2018 9:45 am

Apparently, there are two "Tests" which were devoid of publicity....

1st unofficial Test, at Beckenham, Jul 4-7 2018

2nd unofficial Test, at Taunton, Jul 10-13 2018

16/7 - 11:00 AM BST
Tour Match, at London, Jul 16-19 2018
Surrey vs WI A
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Re: England Lions vs Windies A vs India A, June-July

Postby mikesiva » Fri Jul 06, 2018 6:01 am

At the halfway stage of their first "Test", West Indies were in command.

Pacers Chemar Holder (4-57) and Sherman Lewis (4-35) dismissed India A for 133 all out, Vihari topscoring with 37.

West Indies A then made 383 all out, Sunil Ambris hitting 128, Shamar Brooks 91, Raymon Reifer 52, and Chandrapaul Hemraj 42. Rajpoot took 4-76.
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Re: England Lions vs Windies A vs India A, June-July

Postby mikesiva » Sun Jul 08, 2018 6:13 am

What a turnaround!

In the second innings, India A compiled a mammoth 609-6 declared, thanks to 188 from Shaw, 137 from Samarth, 93 from Nair, and 68 from Agarwal.

Pacer Sherman Lewis took 4-130.

Set an unlikely target of 360, West Indies A limped to 245-7 at the close, hanging on for the draw, thanks mainly to Jermaine Blackwood's 61, and 40s from John Campbell, Sunil Ambris and Rahkeem Cornwall.
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Re: England Lions vs Windies A vs India A, June-July

Postby mikesiva » Wed Jul 11, 2018 4:44 am

The second "Test" at Taunton....

West Indies A made 302 all out, with Shamar Brooks making 122 not out, John Campbell 41, but not much else.

Siraj 4-68
Nadeem 3-42
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Re: England Lions vs Windies A vs India A, June-July

Postby mikesiva » Thu Jul 12, 2018 5:22 am

West Indies A took control of the second "Test" at the halfway stage, taking a 110 run lead on first innings....

India A 192 all out

Bawne 43 not out
Nair 42

Raymon Reifer 5-50
Oshane Thomas 3-66
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Re: England Lions vs Windies A vs India A, June-July

Postby mikesiva » Fri Jul 13, 2018 4:39 am

Once again, having outperformed the Indians on first innings, the West Indies threw it all away with a below-par second innings performance....

West Indies A 210 all out

John Campbell 61
Jermaine Blackwood 67

Siraj 4-64
Gurbani 3-64
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Re: England Lions vs Windies A vs India A, June-July

Postby mikesiva » Sat Jul 14, 2018 8:18 am

The West Indies A have concluded a disappointing tour of England.

They lost every match of the one-day series...it doesn't make sense analysing that, because there are practically no challengers to the 50-overs side from that series.

The two "Tests" offered hope, but we still lost the series 1-0. What about individual performances?

Shemar Brooks made 224 runs at an average of 75
Sunil Ambris made 175 runs @ ave of 44
Jermaine Blackwood made 158 runs @ ave of 40
John Campbell made 148 runs @ ave of 37

There was not much else to talk about....

What about the bowling?

Lewis took 10 wickets at an average of 26
Reifer took eight wkts @ ave of 26

The rest of the bowlers averaged over 40. Warrican averaged 137!

Just six players worth talking about....
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