Windies Mens Team

Five straight feels great, says Lambert

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Jamaica recorded an amazing come-from-behind victory over Barbados on Tuesday to win the Final of the Regional 4 Day Tournament in style at Sabina Park.

After conceding first innings lead, the Jamaicans bounced back to set the visitors a victory target of 230 runs. The Bajans folded for a mere 90 runs and the Jamaicans won by 139 runs.

For winning the title, the Jamaicans took home the Headley/Weekes trophy, named in honour of West Indies legends, the late George Headley and the evergreen Sir Everton Weekes.

WI 49-3 at close

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – West Indies, replying to Australia’s first innings total of 311, reached 49 for three when bad light stopped play 5.3 overs early on the second day of the second Digicel Test on Monday at the Queen’s Park Oval.

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Roach's fiver helps WI bowl Aussies out

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – Kemar Roach finished with five wickets for 105 runs from 27 overs, as West Indies bowled Australia out for 311 in their first innings in the second Digicel Test on Monday.

Aussies all out for 311, tea taken

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – Australia, choosing to bat, were dismissed for 311 in their first innings against West Indies about 10 minutes before the rescheduled tea break on the second day of the second Digicel Test on Monday at the Queen’s Park Oval.

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Amazing Jamaica win 4Day title

Port-of-Spain, Trinidad — Jamaica defeated Barbados by a massive 139 runs to win the 2012 Regional 4 Day title. Playing on the final day of the Grand Final at Sabina Park, the home side set the Bajans 230 to win and the visitors folded for 90 midway the second session.

The amazing come-from-behind victory meant Jamaica won the regional first-class title for a record fifth consecutive time. Jamaica’s bowling heroes were seamer Dave Bernard, who took four early wickets to rock the top order and left-arm spinner who took 3-9 to end with 7-72 in the match.


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