Denesh Ramdin celebrates his maiden ODI ton (WICB Photo)

Wicketkeeper Denesh Ramdin is ruing West Indies’ series loss to England, despite his record maiden hundred in the third and final One-Day International here Wednesday.

The 28-year-old Ramdin unfurled a superb 128 – the first hundred by a Windies gloveman in one-day cricket – but watched as the regional side fell short by 25 runs, to concede the series 2-1.

“It was a good knock. I was just watching the amount of balls and the amount of runs we needed. I wasn’t focussed on my score,” said Ramdin.

“I didn’t know I reached the hundred so quickly but it was one of my top innings so far. I’m happy for it [and I] thank God [but] I’m a little disappointed I didn’t get my team over the line…”


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