West Indies

The Associates can compete with Test teams There were three victories and one tie for Associates over Test teams in the tournament. Scotland beat Afghanistan and tied their group game against Zimbabwe; Hong Kong upset Afghanistan in the group stages; and then UAE, ranked 14th in the ICC ODI rankings, beat Zimbabwe in a crunch
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An upbeat West Indies coach Stuart Law was full of praise for both teams after a hard-fought battle with Zimbabwe at the Harare Sports Club. Law singled out Brendan Taylor for particular praise, while also calling Jason Holder‘s 4 for 35 “outstanding”, bigging up his middle order, and even finding time to tip his hat
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1:15 Chris Gayle and Evin Lewis wasted no time getting started for West Indies against Netherlands with some huge boundaries in the early overs West Indies 309 for 6 (Lewis 84, Samuels 73*, Powell 52) beat Netherlands 167 for 6 (Ten Doeschate 67, Barresi 64) by 54 runs (D/L method)Scorecard and ball-by-ball details A brutal
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New Zealand women 310 for 5 (Bates 89, Devine 73*, Satterthwaite 69, Dottin 2-58) beat West Indies women105 (Devine 3-24) by 205 runsScorecard Sophie Devine top-scored for New Zealand Women with 89 WICB Media/Ashley Allen Sophie Devine‘s all-round show, along with significant contributions from Suzie Bates and the seamers, helped New Zealand set up a thumping
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West Indies 201 for 4 (Holder 99*, Hope 49*) beat Papua New Guinea 200 (Vala 57, Brathwaite 5-27) by six wicketsScorecard Jason Holder tonks one over midwicket AFP For a few moments, West Indies looked in danger of losing to Papua New Guinea, chasing a target of 201. Chris Gayle was not playing. Their other firebrand
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