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WI 315-5 vs NZ – 2nd ODI

KINGSTON, Jamaica – West Indies, sent in to bat, posted 315 for five from their allocation of 50 overs in the second Digicel One-day International against New Zealand on Saturday at Sabina Park.


NZ win toss, WI batting in 2nd ODI

KINGSTON, Jamaica – New Zealand won the toss and chose to field in the second One-day International against West Indies on Saturday at Sabina Park.

West Indies are unchanged, but New Zealand have brought Tom Latham and Nathan McCullum in to replace Dean Brownlie and Andrew Ellis.

WICB Under 17 Round IV Round Up


Scarborough , Tobago — Please see below scores from today’s play in Round 4 of matches in the West Indies Cricket Board’s Under-17 Tournament.

Trinidad & Tobago v Barbados

Smith aims to shake dasher tag

KINGSTON, Jamaica, CMC – Dwayne Smith says he is enjoying his second coming in international cricket and has pushed back on the widely held belief that he is simply a dasher.

“I believe I am much more than just a six-hitter. I spoke to the coach and a few team-mates when I came back into the team and everyone offered good advice,” said the 29-year-old Barbadian.

Gayle gives Charles vote of confidence

KINGSTON, Jamaica, CMC – Chris Gayle believes once rookie stroke-maker Johnson Charles can learn quickly and improve his shot selection, he can become a dangerous batsman in world cricket.

The 23-year-old Charles has played just five One-Day Internationals and six Twenty20 Internationals but has already shown glimpses of great attacking potential. Gayle, who played with Charles for the first time in last weekend’s T20 double-header in Florida, said he was impressed with the right-hander’s approach.


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