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Unchanged WI squad for 3rd Digicel ODI

Bridgetown, Barbados – The WICB Selection Committee has named an unchanged 13 man squad for the Third Digicel One-Day International on Thursday April 28th at the Kensington Oval in Barbados.

The West Indies and Pakistan teams travelled from St Lucia to Barbados today and will resume training on Wednesday April 27th at Kensington Oval before their third ODI encounter on National Heroes' Day – a national holiday.

Windies stumble to 7 wkt loss

GROS ISLET, St Lucia, CMC – New-look West Indies suffered more agony on Monday when they slumped to a seven-wicket loss to Pakistan in the second One-Day International, to fall behind 2-0 in the five match series.

Their batsmen, tormented by the Pakistani spinners, could only produce 220 all out off their 50 overs and their bowling, again lacking penetration, hardly troubled the visitors who strolled to victory with two overs to spare at the Beausejour Cricket Ground.

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Transcript of Dr. Hilaire interview on Line & Length

Gros Islet, St Lucia– WICB CEO Dr. Ernest Hilaire was interviewed on the Line & Length Network today during the Second Digicel ODI between West Indies and Pakistan at the Beausejour Cricket Grounds.

Following are excerpts from the interview.

On if the current group of young players are not excelling at a fast enough pace:

Simmons hits 51 as Windies reach 220

Gros Islet, St Lucia – West Indies were bowled out for 220 off the last ball of their 50 overs in the 2nd Digicel One-Day International at Beausejour on Monday.

Sent in to bat after losing the toss, the Windies again failed to dominate the Pakistani spinners and fell for a moderate total.

Lendl Simmons topscored with a stroke-filled 51off 48 balls with four boundaries and two massive sixes. Marlon Samuels reached 29 from 74 balls, while tailender Kemar Roach hit a six and two fours in a career-best 24 at the bottom of the innings.

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Tons for Brathwaite and Alleyne as Windies U19s dominate

Dubai, United Arab Emirates ¬– Captain Kraigg Brathwaite and Anthony Alleyne both made superb centuries as West Indies Under-19s made 426-8 declared against Australia Under-19s on the second day of their three-day Test match on Monday.

The pair came together at 44-2 and added 183 for the third wicket as the Windies dominated the second day’s play, in reply to Australia’s first innings of 350 at the Global Cricket Academy. The Aussies will resume their second innings on 54-0 on Tuesday.

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