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Ramdin rescues West Indies innings WELLINGTON: A swashbuckling 55 from Denesh Ramdin lifted the West Indies to 159-5 against New Zealand in the second and final Twenty20 international on Wednesday. The West Indies, who won the toss and elected to bat first, appeared to have lost their way when reduced to 67-4 in the 11th over before Ramdin joined Andre Fletcher in the middle.They put on 70 for the fifth wicket which ended when Fletcher (40) opted to sacrifice himself after he and Ramdin ended up at the same end in a running mix up. Ramdin carried on through to the end to be unbeaten on 55 off 31 balls in an innings which included three sixes and three fours. It was a good recovery for the West Indies who lost their first wicket in the fourth over when promising New Zealand fast bowler Adam Milne removed Johnson Charles for seven.Milne also had Chadwick Walton ...

West Indies to bat first against New Zealand WELLINGTON: West Indies captain Dwayne Bravo won the toss and elected to bat against New Zealand in the second and final Twenty20 international Wednesday.New Zealand have made one change from the side that won the first match on Saturday by 81 runs.Mitch McClenaghan comes in for Tim Southee to partner Adam Milne with the new ball.The West Indies have made two changes with Denesh Ramdin and Jason Holder coming in for Samuel Badree and Kieran ...
Mitchell vows more intimidation of England SYDNEY: Mitchell Johnson destroyed England in the Ashes and is promising the same level of intimidation when he returns to Australia's one-day side on Friday.The 150-kilometre (94 mile) per hour speedster was given time off after his heroics in the 5-0 demolition of England and missed Australia's opening ODI win in Melbourne on Sunday.Now he says he's ready to go again."I mentally needed that break," Mitchell told reporters before the second ODI at the Gabba ...
Nothing can be changed without overhauling PCB system: Aamir Sohail KARACHI: Former Test Captain Aamir Sohail has said that without overhauling the system in the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and strengthening domestic cricket nothing can be achieved."We will be facing similar situation and defeats like in Dubai on Sunday again and again," he told APP in reaction to Pakistan's nine-wicket loss to Sri Lanka in the second Test in Dubai."Because of weakness and flaws in our system quality of cricket is poor and mismanagement and ...
Mahela jumps 7 places in ICC Test ranking KARACHI: Sri Lanka's players have made impressive gains in the latest ICC Player Rankings for Tests released by International Cricket Council (ICC) on Monday, following its nine-wicket win over Pakistan in the second Test in Dubai.Leading the charge for Sri Lanka was former captain Mahela Jayawardena, also the player of the match in the Dubai Test.Jayawardena, jumped seven places to 18th on the Reliance ICC Player Rankings for Test Batsmen, to thereby return to the ...
Losing toss was unfortunate, says Whatmore DUBAI: Pakistan coach Dav Whatmore Monday said that losing the toss was key to his team's defeat to Sri Lanka in the second Test in Dubai as a low first innings score proved to be decisive.Sri Lankan captain Angelo Mathews won the toss and decided to bowl first, getting Pakistan out for a paltry 165. Sri Lanka, led by Mahela Jayawardene's 129, posted 338 to gain a big 223-run lead. Pakistan fared better in the ...
PM extends tenure of PCB's interim committee KARACHI: Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif, who is also Patron of PCB, has extended the period of Interim Management Committee (IMC) of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for further 90 days with effect from January 12, PCB announced on Sunday. The members of IMC constituted in October 2013, including Najam Sethi, Shaharyar M. Khan, Naveed Akram Cheema, Zaheer Abbas and Haroon Rashid, will continue to hold their respective positions. In the meantime, the members of IMC ...


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