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Australia demolish WI

Australian players pose with the Frank Worrell Trophy after defeating West Indies in the second Test at Sabina Park in Kingston, Jamaica on Sunday. — AFP photo Australia demolished hapless West Indies on the fourth day of the second and final ... New Age Bangladesh, 2 weeks ago
Australia take series 2-0, retain Frank Worrell trophy Chandigarh Tribune, 2 weeks ago

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2nd Test PHOTOS: Australia thrash Windies by 277-runs, win series 2-0

Australia's players celebrate with the Frank Worrell Trophy after defeating the West Indies on Day 4 of the second Test at Sabina Park, in Kingston, Jamaica, on Sunday. Photograph: Ryan Pierse/Getty Images Australia maintained their dominance over the West Indies with a crushing 277-run victory on the fourth day of the second Test in Jamaica on Sunday to claim a 2-0 series win. They have not lost to the West Indies in 14 Tests dating back to 2003, winning 11 and drawing three and the gulf ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Australia beat Windies in Jamaica test, win Frank Worrell Trophy 2-0  Business Standard2 weeks ago West Indies vs Australia Live Streaming and TV Information: Watch 2nd Test Day 4 Live  International Business Times India2 weeks ago 'Sir Wank Forrell' gaffe  Dominion Post2 weeks ago
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Bishoo key as Windies look to draw level

KINGSTON - After three days of Test cricket, this series is half over. Australia retained the Frank Worrell Trophy in Dominica, where the highlight was an unbeaten hundred on debut from Adam Voges. Their fielding was sharp and their bowling solid, ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago West Indies target first Test win against Australia since 2003  Daily Times2 weeks ago Bishoo key as West Indies look to draw level against Australia  Frontier Post2 weeks ago West Indies look to draw series against Australia  Yahoo! India2 weeks ago
ESPN Cricinfo

Australia complete 277-run demolition

Australia completed a 277-run demolition of West Indies inside four days at Sabina Park to win the Frank Worrell Trophy 2-0. West Indies began the day with eight wickets in hand, but their resistance was feeble. The contest was all but over after they lost 5 ...
 ESPN Cricinfo2 weeks ago Australia rout West Indies by 277 runs, win Frank Worrell Trophy 7 times in a row  One India2 weeks ago Australia Trounce West Indies by 277 Runs in 2nd Test, Register 2-0 Whitewash  International Business Times India2 weeks ago Australia Wins 1st Test Against West Indies in Three Days  International Business Times India3 weeks ago
Northern Territory News

Ashes can wait as Aussies eye another Test win

THATS the Frank Worrell Trophy retained. Time for beers. Australia coach Darren Lehmann couldn't have been more relaxed than after his side crushed West Indies in three days for a nine-wicket win in the first Test at Windsor Park. Michael Clarke's ...
 FoxSports.com.au3 weeks ago
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Firstpost.com

Frank-Worrell Trophy: Australia crush West Indies to win series 2-0

Australia maintained their dominance over the West Indies with a crushing 277-run victory on the fourth day of the second testin Jamaica on Sunday to claim a 2-0 series win.
 DNA2 weeks ago Australia complete series whitewash with crushing ...  Firstpost.com2 weeks ago Australia crush West Indies by 9 wickets with...  RJR News Online2 weeks ago
NEWS.com.au

IPL players shouldn't walk into WI Test side

The team will gather shortly for the two-Test home series against Australia, who have owned the Frank Worrell Trophy for 20 years. West Indies have beaten Australia in a Test only once in this century, which has made some in the Caribbean wonder ...
 Asian Age1 month ago Windies turn at top will come again: Ambrose  FoxSports.com.au3 weeks ago No easy pass for IPL players into Windies Test squad: Ambrose  Rediff.com1 month ago IPL players shouldn't walk into Windies Test side, says Ambrose  India Today1 month ago
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NEWS.com.au

99 problems but the pitch ain't one

Yet 13 wickets fell on day one. Most of the talk leading into the opening match of the Frank Worrell Trophy series was about how the wicket was likely to be slow, low and spin friendly, probably resulting in a Test debut for leggie Fawad Ahmed ...
 NEWS.com.au3 weeks ago
Antigua Observer

Australia will test West Indies resilience

New Story When the Frank Worrell Trophy was last contested, in the Caribbean in 2012, Michael Clarke, with praise rare from an Australian captain, credited West Indies with waging a really hard-fought series, adding that he hoped they ...
 Antigua Observer1 month ago TONY COZIER: Steady progresss worthy goal  Barbados Daily Nation1 month ago Australia will test West Indies' resilience  Daily Times1 month ago
Yahoo! News Australia

Aussies cruise to Test win over Windies

Australia have raced to a comprehensive nine-wicket first Test win over the West Indies to retain the Frank Worrell Trophy. One down. Six to go. If Australia's remaining overseas Tests of their tours of the Caribbean and England go as well as ...
 Racing and Sports3 weeks ago
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