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Monday, August 03, 2009

Sarwan Century Put West Indies in the Right Track against England in the 4th Test

(This entry was originally posted on Saturday, February 28th, 2009)

Ramnaresh Sarwan scored his third century in the ongoing test series against England on the third day of the fourth test. Thanks to Sarwan’s unbeaten 184-run innings, West Indies put on 398 runs on the board losing 5 wickets in their first innings. However, the home team still trials by 202 runs. Sarwan got good support from another senior batsman Shivnarine Chanderpaul who got out after scoring 70 runs. Brendan Nash scored 33 runs, but got out after settling down on the wicket. At the end of the day, West Indies first innings total reached at 398 runs for 5 with Sarwan and Denesh Ramdin batting on 184 and 25 runs. Off spinner Graeme Swann picked up 3 wickets, while James Anderson got 2 wickets for England.

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