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Sandals T20 Series Wrap-Up

BASSETERRE, St Kitts – West Indies captain Jason Holder spoke to members of the media after the final match of the series against England. It brought an end to seven weeks of highly-competitive and entertaining cricket. Windies recorded a 2-1 win in the Wisden Trophy Test Series – capturing the prestigious trophy for the first time since 2009. The Colonial Medical Insurance ODI Series ended 2-2 with one match washed out; while England won 3-0 in the Sandals Twenty20 Series.

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“This was a special series for us as we showed that we can play well, we can compete and we can and win against teams ranked higher. The Test Series was exceptional and the ODI Series equally as good. The T20 Series just wasn’t ours, we were outplayed, but we would say we did well overall against England and we are happy with the success we had in the last six to seven weeks,” Holder said.

“Credit to all the fans who came out here in St Kitts and all the fans throughout this entire series who came out and supported us at every stage. In the Test matches we had magnificent support, the fans stuck with us during the ODIs and they never left us in the T20s. It was great to see supporters are coming back to West Indies cricket and we want them to keep believing as we keep aiming high to put in those good performances and bring back West Indies cricket to the top.”




Wisden Trophy Test Series

1st Wisden Trophy Test– Jan 23-27

West Indies won by 381 runs at Kensington Oval

2nd Wisden Trophy Test – Jan 31 to Feb 4

West Indies won by 10 wickets at Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground

3rd Wisden Trophy Test – Feb 9-13

England won by 232 runs at Daren Sammy Cricket Ground


Colonial Medical Insurance ODI Series

1st Colonial Medical Insurance ODI – Wednesday, February 20

England won by 6 wickets – Kensington Oval

2nd Colonial Medical Insurance ODI – Friday, February 22

West Indies won by 26 runs – Kensington Oval

3rd Colonial Medical Insurance ODI – Monday, February 25

No result due to rain – Grenada National Stadium

4th Colonial Medical Insurance ODI – Wednesday, February 27

England won by 29 runs – Grenada National Stadium

5th Colonial Medical Insurance ODI– Saturday, March 2

West Indies won by 7 wickets – Daren Sammy Cricket Ground


Sandals Twenty20 International Series

1st Sandals T20 – Tuesday, March 5

England won by 4 wickets at Daren Sammy Cricket Ground

2nd Sandals T20 – Friday, March 8

England won by 137 runs at Warner Park

 3rd Sandals T20 – Sunday, March 10

England won by 8 wickets at Warner Park




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