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Canada v/s Sri Lanka Scorecard T20

October 12, 2008

Dear Readers,

For Scorecard of Canada v/s Sri Lanka Scorecard Twenty – Twenty match played at King City, Canada, Click on the link below.

Canada v/s Sri Lanka Scorecard T20

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Sandesh Kumar

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Bermuda v/s West Indies 2nd ODI Scorecard

August 21, 2008
Scotiabank Series – 2nd match
Bermuda v West Indies
2008 season
Played at Maple Leaf North-West Ground, King City (neutral venue), on 20 August 2008 (50-over match)

Result West Indies won by 6 wickets (with 109 balls remaining)

Bermuda innings (50 overs maximum) R B 4s 6s SR
OO Bascome b Powell 1 5 0 0 20.00
wicketkeeper J Edness b Taylor 4 13 1 0 30.76
CRM Douglas c Chattergoon b Miller 53 105 6 0 50.47
SD Outerbridge c Miller b Roach 5 31 0 0 16.12
captain IH Romaine c wicketkeeperBaugh b Roach 19 24 2 1 79.16
LOB Cann st wicketkeeperBaugh b Miller 17 20 3 0 85.00
DCC Borden c wicketkeeperBaugh b Nash 0 3 0 0 0.00
RJ Trott run out (Powell) 1 4 0 0 25.00
RDM Leverock not out 20 60 2 0 33.33
RD Steede b Miller 5 25 1 0 20.00
SKW Kelly not out 2 11 0 0 18.18
Extras (lb 12, w 18, nb 1) 31
Total (9 wickets; 50 overs) 158 (3.16 runs per over)
Fall of wickets1-1 (Bascome, 1.2 ov), 2-15 (Edness, 4.3 ov), 3-43 (Outerbridge, 14.4 ov), 4-79 (Romaine, 22.3 ov), 5-108 (Cann, 28.4 ov), 6-109 (Borden, 29.2 ov), 7-114 (Trott, 30.4 ov), 8-139 (Douglas, 40.5 ov), 9-152 (Steede, 46.4 ov)
Bowling O M R W Econ
JE Taylor 9 0 22 1 2.44 (3w)
DBL Powell 10 1 32 1 3.20 (1nb, 4w)
KAJ Roach 10 1 29 2 2.90 (5w)
BP Nash 10 1 43 1 4.30 (2w)
NO Miller 10 2 19 3 1.90
XM Marshall 1 0 1 0 1.00
West Indies innings (target: 159 runs from 50 overs) R B 4s 6s SR
XM Marshall c wicketkeeperEdness b Steede 0 2 0 0 0.00
S Chattergoon c Trott b Kelly 7 9 1 0 77.77
LR Johnson c Leverock b Borden 27 28 5 0 96.42
SE Findlay b Borden 41 35 5 2 117.14
BP Nash not out 27 62 3 0 43.54
captain RR Sarwan not out 49 58 5 1 84.48
Extras (lb 1, w 4, nb 3) 8
Total (4 wickets; 31.5 overs) 159 (4.99 runs per over)
Did not bat JE Taylor, DBL Powell, KAJ Roach, NO Miller, wicketkeeperCS Baugh
Fall of wickets1-1 (Marshall, 0.2 ov), 2-31 (Chattergoon, 3.4 ov), 3-57 (Johnson, 8.3 ov), 4-90 (Findlay, 14.6 ov)
Bowling O M R W Econ
RD Steede 2 0 21 1 10.50 (3nb, 2w)
SKW Kelly 5 0 22 1 4.40 (2w)
SD Outerbridge 1 0 15 0 15.00
DCC Borden 8 0 38 2 4.75
RDM Leverock 10 2 31 0 3.10
RJ Trott 4.5 0 28 0 5.79
OO Bascome 1 0 3 0 3.00

Toss West Indies, who chose to field first
Points West Indies 2, Bermuda 0

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Sandesh Kumar Jaggi

Sarwan confirms West Indies win

August 21, 2008

West Indies 159 for 4 (Sarwan 49*) beat Bermuda 158 for 9 (Douglas 53, Miller 3-19) by six wickets

Ramnaresh Sarwan starred for West Indies in their opening fixture in Canada

The captain Ramnaresh Sarwan guided West Indies to an easy six-wicket win over Bermuda in their opening match of the Associates Tri-series in Canada. Sarwan ended the contest with a six over midwicket to finish on 49, sweeping his team past Bermuda’s 158 for 9 with 18.1 overs to spare, while the debutant Brendan Nash collected a cautious 27 not out.

The chase started with a couple of difficulties for West Indies, who lost Xavier Marshall to the second ball before Sewnarine Chattergoon went for 7 in the fourth over. However, Leon Johnson, who struck 27 off 28 deliveries in his first game, and Shawn Findlay (41 off 35) quickly lifted the rate and put the team on track for a comfortable success.

A second half-century of the tournament for Chris Douglas was the only real highlight of Bermuda’s innings. Despite having an under-manned attack due to a back injury to Fidel Edwards, West Indies were able to capture regular wickets.

Nikita Miller, the left-arm spinner, was the most dangerous with 3 for 19, including the dismissal of Douglas for 53, while Kemar Roach, another debutant, picked up 2 for 29 with his fast-mediums. Douglas was the eighth batsman to fall and it was left to Dwayne Leverock, who posted an unbeaten 20, to expand the small total. West Indies’ next match is against Canada on Friday before the final on Sunday.

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Sandesh Kumar Jaggi