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Australia thrash West Indies in second Test to claim the series
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Ruthless Australia crush Windies to win Hobart Test

by thrashing the tourists by an innings and 212 runs on day three of the first Test in Hobart. The hosts enforced the follow-on after dismissing the West Indies for 223 in their first innings at the Bellerive Oval within five overs of play in the morning ... Business Standard, 1 month ago

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Rain hits Windies Test in Sydney

alia and the West Indies in Sydney on Monday. As lunch was taken, after the West Indies had advanced their first innings total to 216 for six, large covers protected the pitch and surrounds. Denesh Ramdin was on 24 and Carlos Brathwaite had 43 as the West ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Windies 33-0 in reply to Australia's 551-3 declared at tea  Business Standard1 month ago Smith, Voges tighten screws on Windies  Business Standard1 month ago Windies 33  State Times1 month ago

1st Test: Adam Voges, Shaun Marsh's tons make an opening day of misery for Windies

Marsh, who scored his third Test century and first at home, also posed a dilemma for selectors. Last Updated: Thursday, December 10, 2015 - 13:42 Hobart (Australia): Adam Voges and Shaun Marsh pounded tons in a triple-century unbroken stand to crush the ...
 Zee News2 months ago Smith, Voges reach milestones as Australia seize control against Windies on day two  First Post.com1 month ago Voges, Marsh lead Aussie charge to pile on misery for Windies  Business Standard2 months ago Voges, Marsh tons make an opening day of misery for Windies  Business Standard2 months ago
State Times

Aussies dismiss Windies for 271 to lead by 280 in Test

for 271 at tea to take a first innings lead of 280 runs in the second Test in Melbourne on Monday. The tourists' tail resisted for two sessions on the third day led by Darren Bravo top-scoring with 81 and debutant all-rounder Carlos Brathwaite with 59. But ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Australia swell lead to 459 in Windies Test  Business Standard1 month ago Australia swell lead to 459 against West Indies in second Test; eye series win  Jagran Post1 month ago Australia dismiss West Indies for 271; gain 280 runs lead in second Test  Jagran Post1 month ago

Australia talk up improved Windies ahead of final Test

ed up the West Indies for finally finding some fight. The tourists have failed to bowl out Australia once over the first two Tests, having long lost their world-beating reputation as the "Calypso Kings". But Lehmann noted that they played well while still ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Will Windies fast bowlers expose Australia's batting weaknesses?  Rediff.com2 months ago

Rookie CA XI embarrass 'stagnant' Windies in tour warm-up match

Six of the CA players were making their first class debut, while seven of them were also aged 21 or younger An almost full-strength West Indies crashed to an embarrassing 10-wicket loss to an inexperienced Cricket Australia XI in their only warm-up match ahead of next week's first Test against Steve Smith's team in Hobart. Jake Carder and Tim Paine needed just 17 balls to score the required 10 runs in the home side's second innings to record the 10-wicket victory on Saturday at Allan Border ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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England win toss, chose to bat first vs. Windies

Winning the toss, England elected to bat first against West Indies in the ICC Under-19 Cricket world Cup at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chittagong on Friday. Dan Lawrence and Max Holden opened the bat for England in their Group-C second ...
 Financial Express Bangladesh1 week ago U-19 World Cup: England beat Windies to step closer to q-finals  ProKerala.com1 week ago U-19 World Cup England beat Windies to step closer to q-finals  Bombay News.Net1 week ago Hants starlet leads England U19s to second World Cup win  MyInforms6 days ago

PREVIEW-Cricket-Australia set to test twin spin attack against Windies

Australia look set to field two specialist spinners at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) for the first time in a decade when they host West Indies in a dead rubber New Year's test starting this weekend. An inexperienced and demoralised West Indies touring party ...
 Reuters1 month ago Cricket-Australia mull two spinners for Sydney test v Windies  Reuters1 month ago Australia set to test twin spin attack against W.Indies  Himalayan times1 month ago Australia to play two spinners with O'Keefe named in WI Test  State Times1 month ago

Ambrose seeking to fire-up underdogs Windies against Australia

bowling legend Sir Curtly Ambrose is seeking to fire-up an underdog West Indies who face top-ranked Australia in the first of three Test matches on Thursday. Ambrose, the bowling consultant, is insisting that the West Indies have the manpower to challenge the ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

Windisch wins biathlon World Cup mass start

Dominik Windisch won the men's 15-kilometre race for the first victory of his career, while teammate Dorothea Wierer took the women's 12.5-kilometre event at the Canmore Nordic Centre. A windy day made accuracy on the shooting range hard but ...
 Equilibrio Informativo3 days ago
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