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Roach ready to step up and lead Windies bowling attack

Colombo, Sri Lanka – Fast bowler Kemar Roach is ready to step-up again and lead the West Indies bowling attack in the upcoming tour of Sri Lanka. The soft-spoken 22-year-old is expected to use the new ball in the series which features three Tests, five One-Day Internationals and a T20 Internationals. The Windies are expected to arrive in Colombo on Sunday morning.

Hyatt powers Windies A to thumping win

North South, Antigua - Strapping Jamaican right hander Danza Hyatt made a punishing half century and his countryman Nikita Miller delivered four miserly overs as they combined to lead West Indies A to a comprehensive win over Pakistan A at the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground on Saturday night.

Miserly Miller leads WI A in restricting PAK A to 117

North South, Antigua - Led by a miserly spell from left arm spinner Nikita Miller West Indies A restricted Pakistan A to 117 for 7 from 20 overs in the Second Digicel Twenty20 at the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Grounds.

Windies A ask Pakistan A to bat again

North Sound, Antigua - West Indies A captain David Bernard Jr won the toss and, like he did on the previous evening, asked Pakistan A to bat first in the Second and final Digicel Twenty20 under lights at the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Grounds.

Pakistan A bat first as WI A leave out Santokie & Bishoo

North Sound, Antigua - West Indies A Captain David Bernard Jr won the toss and asked Pakistan A to bat first in the opening Digicel Twenty20 at the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground.

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