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Windies Lawyers Cricket team whip Australia ‘B’

Sunday, August 13 2017

THE WEST Indies Lawyers’ Cricket team crushed the Australian Lawyers “B” team by eight wickets on Friday as the 6th Lawyers’ Cricket World Cup opened in Colombo, Sri Lanka.

Batting first at the Royal College Ground, the Australians rattled up 241 for eight off the allotted 35 overs. R Sim topscored with 78, while other good scores came from D Pius (50) and opener D Caroll (43). The best bowler for the West Indies was Guyanese lawyer, Charles Ransom, with five wickets for 34 runs.

The West Indies chased down the 242 to win in 25 overs for the loss of only two wickets. Antiguan lawyer Loy Weste topscored with 78, while Trinidadian attorney Martin Jadoonanan got 68.

Other scorers were Krishna Jaglal with 31 and Charles Ransom with 32.

West Indies captain Shashi Seecharan was delighted with the victory. “This was a good team effort and the batsmen stuck to their task and ensured that we got to the target. We got there faster than we anticipated. But that augurs well for the other matches in our group. It is truly a good feeling win the first match and setting things for the rest of the tournament.” The West Indies team comprises lawyers from Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana, Barbados and Antigua/Barbuda.



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