Time for the presentation and I wonder who the Man of the Match is going to be…

Huge cheers for Darren Sammy: “Shane’s performance here has been tremendous but throughout the games different people have been called upon and they executed properly. All in all, people took responsibility.”

Brendan Taylor is understandably, rather downbeat: “It’s been massively disappointing and we’ve been taught a proper lesson. It hurts to be in this position” says Brendan Taylor. “A lot of us need to go home and have a good think, we need to improve in a lot of areas. 20s and 30s aren’t going to win you a Test match. We’ll get home, put hours in and try to put things right.”

10 for 93 here and 19 for 200 at 10.52 in the series, Shane Shillingford is the Man of the Match and Man of the Series. A fine performance by someone who should be looking to kick on and become a real matchwinner for West Indies, not just when conditions are bang in his favour like here…


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  1. I am very happy for a West Indian win always,but talking cricket I am very disappointed with the governing body of our cricket the ICC. They are causing our cricket to go to the gutters and who knows cricket I am sure don’t feel like they are watching the highest format of the game. The reason being throughout the world it is becoming more and more observable that our cricket is producing in mass production unfair bowling action. All the guys like Ajmal, Ashwin , Narine, Shllingford, Samuels, Botha, Harbajan are throwing. If you notice they are all off spinners. Why can they adopt the greats of the past like Gibbs,Ramadin,Titmus ,David Allen,Ashley Mallet and the 2 present day Swann and Lyon. It’s a Shame watching these throwers bowl all day.Blame squarely on the ICC>