Lendl Simmons struck a purposeful 72 and Kirk Edwards made another half-century in the second of two West Indies Twenty20 practice matches at the 3Ws Oval here today.

Opener Simmons counted five boundaries and three sixes in his 53-ball knock, which spurred Darren Sammy’s XI to a five-wicket win over Devon Smith’s XI with four balls to spare.

Chasing 134 to win, Sammy’s side were helped by Simmons and Sammy who put on 74 in 8.3 overs for the fourth wicket…

2nd Warm Up T20 Scorecard

Marlon Samuels and Kirk Edwards both looked in fine touch as they hit half-centuries in the first of two West Indies Twenty20 practice matches at the 3Ws Oval here today.

Samuels, fresh from an outstanding regional first-class season during which he amassed the most runs all told (853) for Jamaica, who retained the title for the fourth straight year, slammed 63 off 38 balls to help Dwayne Bravo’s XI to 164 for five off 20 overs.

Batting at No. 4, Samuels struck five fours and three sixes.

Dwayne Bravo weighed in with 46 off 28 balls, hitting three sixes and two fours…

1st Warm Up T20 Scorecard

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  1. @baxup

    I am begging to be wrong but 130 is not enough for International fixtures, although it might be enough for our local teams.

  2. @Mail

    Anything 130 and up in the caribbean is a decent T20 score.

    Of course you want to get up there!

  3. @Mail

    good point about Rampaul. I can care less about Sammy bowling but Rampaul played 1 game and did not bowl. lets hope he was under the weather of something.


    6 rpo will not cut the mustard I am afraid. The first trial was more like it it. Why are squad members like Rampaul and the hopeless Sammy not bowling? More strange decisions by Gibson and his associates.