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Sammy praises Windies


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ADMEDABAD – West Indies captain Darren Sammy has praised the fighting spirit of his side after they twice rebounded from difficult situations to win the third One-Day International against India on Monday.
Needing to win to stay alive in the five-match series after losing the first two matches, West Indies successfully defended their respectable score of 260 for five, to win by 16 runs.
“It was a good fightback from the boys. We needed to win to stay alive in the series,” Sammy said.
“The way we batted till the end [was admirable]. And [later] Ravi [Rampaul] [contributed] with the spell. Kemar [Roach], Marlon [Samuels] continued to bowl well; and debutant [Sunil] Narine too – it was a team effort. (CMC)
Full story in today’s MIDWEEK NATION.


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