Windies coast to six-wkt win over Bermuda

Published: Thursday, August 21, 2008, 13:44 [IST]
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Windies skipper Ramnaresh Sarwan guides his side home with a fine 58-ball 49*Toronto: The West Indies eased to a six-wicket victory over Bermuda in the ICC Associates tri-series in King City, Canada on Wednesday.

The Windies overhauled the 159-run victory target in 31.5 overs, thanks largely to knocks from skipper Sarwan for his unbeaten 49 and Findlay (35-ball 41, 5X4s&2X6s).

Earlier, Nikita Miller and Kemar Roach did the damage with the ball for the Windies. The rookie pair combined plucked half of the

Bermudan wickets restricting the ICC Associate-member team to 158 for 9 in 50 overs.

Chris Douglas top-scored for Bermuda with a patient 105-ball 53. The bulky Leverock and skipper Ian Romaine chipped in with 20* and 19 respectively.

Brief Scores:

Bermuda 158/9 in 50 overs (Chris Douglas 53, Dwayne Leverock 20 n o; Romaine 19; Nikita Miller 3/19, Kemar Roach 2/29) lost to West Indies 159/4 in 31.5 overs (Sarwan 49 n o, Findlay 41, Brendon Nash 27, Leon Johnson 27; Borden 2/38Kelly 1/22).


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