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Cricket: West Indies beat England to take series

West Indies rallied from a middle-order wobble to romp to a series-clinching five-wicket victory over England in the second Twenty20 International of the three-match series at Kensington Oval in Barbados on Tuesday. Jos Buttler's career-best 67 saw the tourists' to a total of 152 for seven batting first with left-arm seamer Krishmar Santokie justifying his inclusion in place of injured spinner Sunil Narine by claiming four for 21 to earn the "Man of the Match" award.

Cricket: West Indies win toss and elect to bat

West Indies captain Darren Sammy won the toss and chose to bat first against England in the first T20 International of their three-match series at Kensington Oval in Barbados on Sunday. Much attention from the West Indies point of view focuses on the return of Chris Gayle at the top of their batting order after he was sidelined by a back ailment during the first T20 against Ireland in Kingston two weeks earlier.

Cricket: Root century tops Ramdin as England take series

A stroke-filled maiden century by Denesh Ramdin just wasn't enough as England held on to defeat the West Indies by 25 runs in the deciding third and final one-day international on Wednesday. Ramdin's 128, the first ODI hundred by a West Indies wicketkeeper, lifted the home side from 43 for four in pursuit of a daunting target of 304 when he was last out with the total on 278, bowled by Tim Bresnan having taken 14 runs off the first three deliveries of the 48th over.

Cricket: West Indies bowl in deciding ODI against England

West Indies captain Dwayne Bravo won the toss and chose to bowl against England in the deciding third and final one-day international at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua on Wednesday. With the series locked at 1-1 following England's three-wicket win in the second match on Sunday, both sides made one change. Marlon Samuels returns at the expense of Kirk Edwards for the West Indies while Eoin Morgan replaces Luke Wright in the England side.

Cricket: West Indies bowl in deciding ODI against England

West Indies captain Dwayne Bravo won the toss and chose to bowl against England in the deciding third and final one-day international at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua on Wednesday. With the series locked at 1-1 following England's three-wicket win in the second match on Sunday, both sides made one change. Marlon Samuels returns at the expense of Kirk Edwards for the West Indies while Eoin Morgan replaces Luke Wright in the England side.

Cricket: England put West Indies in to bat

England captain Stuart Broad won the toss and, for the second consecutive match, put the West Indies in to bat in the second One-Day International of the three-match series at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua on Sunday. As in the first match two days earlier, which the West Indies won by 15 runs, Broad's decision has been greeted with some surprise, especially as the visitors have gone with a fourth spin option for this fixture, left-arm orthodox bowler Stephen Parry making his debut at the expense of medium-pacer Chris Jordan.

Cricket: West Indies defeat wasteful England by 15 runs

West Indies defeated England by 15 runs in the first one-day international on Friday after the visitors squandered an excellent platform that had put them in position to take the lead in the three-match series. Replying to the home side's competitive total of 269 for six, England were restricted to 254 for six after cruising along merrily at 180 for two in the 37th over.

Cricket: West Indies defeat wasteful England by 15 runs

West Indies defeated England by 15 runs in the first one-day international on Friday after the visitors squandered an excellent platform that had put them in position to take the lead in the three-match series. Replying to the home side's competitive total of 269 for six, England were restricted to 254 for six after cruising along merrily at 180 for two in the 37th over.

Cricket: West Indies beat England by 15 runs

West Indies beat England by 15 runs in the first one-day international on Friday. Chasing 270 to win, the tourists were restricted to 254-6 off their 50 overs despite opener Michael Lumb having made a century on debut. Earlier, an explosive assault by Darren Sammy and skipper Dwayne Bravo over the final 10 overs lifted the West Indies to a competitive 269 for six at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium. Sammy smashed 61 off just 36 deliveries with five fours and four sixes. Bravo played the captain's role superbly with an unbeaten 87 (91 balls, 8 fours, 1 six).

Cricket: West Indies beat England by 15 runs

West Indies beat England by 15 runs in the first one-day international on Friday. Chasing 270 to win, the tourists were restricted to 254-6 off their 50 overs despite opener Michael Lumb having made a century on debut. Earlier, an explosive assault by Darren Sammy and skipper Dwayne Bravo over the final 10 overs lifted the West Indies to a competitive 269 for six at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium. Sammy smashed 61 off just 36 deliveries with five fours and four sixes. Bravo played the captain's role superbly with an unbeaten 87 (91 balls, 8 fours, 1 six).
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