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Windies aim for winning start

Colombo, Sri Lanka – The West Indies will open their three-match One-Day International Series against Sri Lanka on Monday at the Sinhalese Sports Club. The series will form the main preparation for both teams ahead of the International Cricket Council’s Cricket World Cup 2011.

After Sunday’s training session, Windies skipper Darren Sammy outlined the side’s plans for the series-opener as well as the entire series. He noted that the aim was to get off to a winning start and set the tone for the three-match rubber.

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Sarwan looking forward to SL series & World Cup

 

Colombo, Sri Lanka– Ramnaresh Sarwan is happy to be back in West Indies colours and is eagerly looking forward to the three One Day Internationals against Sri Lanka. The 30-year-old said he is focussed on helping the team in the upcoming series and also to play his part in the International Cricket Council’s Cricket World Cup.

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Sammy: World Cup starts now!

Colombo, Sri Lanka – The West Indies players arrived in Sri Lanka on Friday and are focussed on winning the upcoming three-match One-Day Series.

According to skipper Darren Sammy, the aim is to get into a “winning mindset” and use the matches as preparation for the International Cricket Council’s Cricket World Cup.

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Hampshire into final

Bridgetown, Barbados – Hampshire is the first team to have booked a place in the final of the Caribbean Twenty20.

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Daley fights but Windies lose fifth ODI

Rajkot, India – Shanel Daley made a career-best 63 but it failed to guide the West Indies Women to a series win over India on Wednesday.

The compact left-hander from Jamaica hit six boundaries in her 112-ball innings, as Windies fell for 131 off 45.4 over, to lose by 57 runs at the Madhavrao Scindia Cricket Ground.

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