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We were still in in, says Sammy

Colombo, Sri Lanka - Darren Sammy didn’t look too downcast after his team went down by 17 runs on the Duckworth-Lewis method to Australia in the ICC World Twenty20 2012, though the West Indian skipper did say that had the rain not intervened, his side could still have successfully defended their 191-8.

Australia had reached 100-1 in 9.1 overs, needing a further 92 off 65 deliveries with two set batsmen in the middle in Shane Watson and Mike Hussey.

Windies suffer cruel defeat in the rain

Colombo, Sri Lanka - West Indies drew the fans by the thousands to the R Premadasa Stadium but it was Australia that drew the attention of the rest of the field as the ICC World Twenty20 2012 went into overdrive on a rain-interrupted on Saturday night.

No team in world cricket entertains as much as West Indies does, and with its batting superstars in the forefront, it put in a power-packed performance to justify all the hype surrounding it in the lead-up to the competition.  

PREVIEW: "We can beat Aussies"

COLOMBO, Sri Lanka, CMC- West Indies captain Darren Sammy exuded confidence on Friday as his team put in their final preparations ahead of their opening match in the ICC World T20 tournament.

“This is the start. All the preparation that we have done, all the plans that we have made, all the hard work that we have put in we will put it on display tomorrow” said Sammy at the end of the session.

“We are confident, we believe in ourselves and we aim to come out with confidence as we look to win and move on”.

Windies ready for big start vs Aussies

 

Colombo, Sri Lanka – West Indies captain Darren Sammy exuded confidence on Friday as his team put in their final preparations ahead of their opening match in the ICC World T20 tournament.

Gayle plans birthday party with win

COLOMBO, Sri Lanka, CMC - The most feared batsman in the shortest form of cricket, Chris Gayle, wants to celebrate his 33rd birthday with victory when West Indies play Australia in their opening match of the ICC T20 World Cup tournament on Saturday.

The big hitting West Indies opener, who turns 33 on Friday, says an opening win is important in building confidence as the Caribbean side attempts to secure a place in the first round.

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