West Indies ended their disastrous Australia Tour with a consolation win in their Only T20I at the Gabba in Brisbane. A strong batting performance from the tourists saw them record a 27-run win over a new look Australian outfit.
Even the casual observer of cricket would have been aware of the awesome power of Kieron Pollard. He has travelled the cricket world, plying his trade as a six-hitter wherever there is a T20 league able to afford his services.
Australia inched towards a cleansweep of 5-0 after defeating West Indies by 5 wickets in the Fourth ODI at the Sydney Cricket Ground. The match was already Australia’s after the Windies were reduced to a disastrous 98 for 7.
West Indies hammed Australia by a massive margin of 74 runs to storm into the Finals of the ICC World T20 2012. The Darren Sammy led team will now challenge hosts Sri Lanka at the R Premadasa Stadium in the big final on Sunday.
West Indies won the 4th ODI at St Kitts by dash runs and with that capture the 5-match series 3-1. This was despite a heroic century from New Zealand Skipper Ross Taylor, who made 110 from just 115 balls.
West Indies crushed New Zealand by 56 runs in the first T20I at the Central Broward Regional Park Stadium Turf Ground, Lauderhill (Florida, USA). New Zealand had a terrible day in the field as three of its players – Ross Taylor, Jacob Oram and Ronnie Hira, all were laid low with injuries.