Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Ready for Aussies

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THE WEST INDIES won’t be easy prey for Australia in next month’s two-Test cricket series according to new head coach Phil Simmons.

Simmons has taken heart from the team’s performance in the drawn three-Test series against England and is looking to utilise the momentum gained from the outcome to offer Australia a stiff challenge when they arrive in the Caribbean today.

Simmons was speaking on the sidelines of the second-round match in the Sagicor Twenty20 competition between Wanderers and Wildey at Dayrells Road yesterday.

He said he was encouraged by the work ethic of players in the regional team.

Please read the full story in today’s Daily Nation, or in the eNATION edition.

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