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Sarwan happy with team's overall performance

TORONTO, Canada -- Ramnaresh Sarwan said he is happy with the overall performance of the West Indies team after their opening victory over Bermuda in the tri-nation series in Canada. The right-hander made a polished 49 not out to guide the Windies to a comfortable win by six wickets over Bermuda at the Maple Leaf Cricket Club on Wednesday. Sarwan was stand-in captain as Chris Gayle missed the game with a slight illness.

Canada win opener against Bermuda

TORONTO, Canada -- (CMC) – Canada made a winning start to their Tri-Nation Series campaign when they beat Bermuda by 25 runs in the opening match at the Maple Leaf North–West Ground Monday.

The hosts rattled up 260 for six from their allotted 50 overs, after being sent in and then withstood a strong challenge from Bermuda before limiting them to 235 for eight.

Canada’s innings was built around scores of 48 from Manoj David and an unbeaten 46 from Karun Jethi.

Confident Gayle keen to make winning start

TORONTO, Canada --  West Indies Captain Chris Gayle says the team is all set to start the tri-nation series in Canada on a winning note when they meet Bermuda on Wednesday. Gayle also added that he is pleased to be in charge of the team and will give his all for West Indies cricket.

Canada tour -- coach speaks

TORONTO, Canada -- West Indies Head Coach John Dyson said he was happy with the way his players looked during their first full outdoor training session in Canada. The team used the opportunity to prepare for the opening encounter in the tri-nation series which also features Canada and Bermuda.

Speaking from Toronto, after Monday morning’s three-hour outing, Dyson said the players had acclimatized well since arriving and all “looked eager” and excited to be on the field of play again.

Canada tour is serious business

TORONTO, Canada --  The West Indies team will be going all out to win all their matches in the upcoming tri-nation series in Canada in convincing fashion, as they get ready for the International Cricket Council’s Champions’ Trophy 08.
The Windies assembled in Canada on Saturday, where they will be involved in a four-match one-day tournament with Canada and Bermuda. The matches will be played at the Maple Leaf Cricket Club, King’s City, Toronto from Monday to Sunday August 24.

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