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Bishoo & Rampaul hold PAK A to 172

St George's Grenada - Leg spinner Devendra Bishoo and seamer Ravi Rampaul combined for seven wickets as they led Windies A in holding Pakistan A to a modest 172 all out form 45.1 overs in the Second Digicel One Day match at the Grenada National Stadium.

Bishoo finished with 4 for 35 from nine overs while Rampaul bagged three wickets for 26 runs from 8.1 overs as the Pakistanis were not allowed to cut loose at any stage.

Bernard inserts Pakistan A after winning toss

St George's Grenada - West Indies A captain David Bernard Jr once again won the toss and inserted Pakistan A in the second 50 over match of the Digicel Series at the Grenada National Stadium.

After the tied encounter on Tuesday at the same venue Bernard Jr opted not to flip the script, continuing to favour chasing as his team has done in each of the three previous matches on tour thus far.

Windies A won both Twenty20s in Antigua before the tied match earlier in the week.

Day of rain in Sri Lanka but Windies make wise use of time

Colombo, Sri Lanka – There was no play on the field today but there was still plenty of action in the West Indies camp as they prepare for the upcoming battle against Sri Lanka. The Windies were kept indoors on Thursday as the second day of their three-day match against the Sri Lanka Cricket President's XI was washed out but the management staff and the players hit the gym and the pool to put in some hard work.

Heavy rain in Colombo keeps Windies indoors

Colombo, Sri Lanka – The West Indies players were kept indoors on Thursday as the scheduled second day of their three-day match against the Sri Lanka Cricket President's XI was washed out. Heavy rain overnight left the SSC ground flooded. The rain continued into early morning and play on Friday is also in doubt in what is the only warm-up match ahead of the three-match ERI Test Series.

IPL expressions of interest deadline extended

St John's Antigua - The Board of Control for Cricket in India has advised the West Indies Cricket Board that some national boards* have requested that the deadline for the registration of the overseas players with the Indian Premier League be extended.

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