Johnson Charles tops batting while Windies loses to Ausies
By Jamaica Gleaner
June 27, 2016
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JAMAICA GLEANER – The West Indies went down by 58 runs to Australia in the final of their Tri-Nation Series at the Kensington Oval in Barbados Sunday night.
Chasing 271 for victory under lights, West Indies started well with an opening partnership of 49, but they lost wickets steadily to decline to 212 all out off 45.4 overs.
Opener Johnson Charles stroked a topscore of 45, Denesh Ramdin got 40 and captain Jason Holder made 34, but the remainder of the Windies batting flopped.
Australia’s Josh Hazlewood ripped through the Windies batting lineup with five for 50.
Mitchell Marsh chipped in with three for 32 for the Aussies.
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