WI vs NED, 3rd ODI: Kyle Mayers, Shamarh Brooks Power West Indies To Series Sweep Over Netherlands

WI vs NED, 3rd ODI: Kyle Mayers, Shamarh Brooks Power West Indies To Series Sweep Over Netherlands

Kyle Meyers Both Shamara and Brooks scored their first one-day international centuries as the West Indies completed a clean sweep of their series 3-0 against the Netherlands on Saturday, winning the final match by 20 runs at Amsterdam. Meyers (120) and Brooks (101 not out) added 184 runs for the second wicket and West Indies scored 308 for five in the allotted 50 overs. The Dutch batsmen competed hard with the openers’ half-centuries. Max O’Dwyer (89) And Vikram Jait Singh (54) But could not maintain the chase, fell by 20 runs.

The series is part of the World Cup Super League from which the top eight will automatically qualify for the next World Cup.

The West Indies are fourth behind Bangladesh, England and Afghanistan, while the Netherlands is 13th.

The West Indies openers won the toss and elected to bat first.

Shy HopeHe scored a century to lead the West Indies to victory in the opening match on Tuesday, playing cautiously for his 24 off 43 balls which ended only when he accidentally slogged out. Boss de Lady. And gave a catch spoon Vivian Cungma In the middle

Meyers, however, was doing well at the other end and when Brooks joined them, the pair added 184 for the second wicket in 29 overs.

Meyers was in particularly devastating form, hitting seven sixes and eight fours off 120 off 106 balls.

The innings changed some of the gears when he dismissed D-Lead on the mid-wicket boundary in the 41st over.

Brooks, who was moving easily, faced 19 more balls and added only 18 runs.

On the other end Nicholas PuranBrendan King and Aqeel Hussain Dutch bowlers stuck to their guns and all fell cheap.

However, Brooks crossed the 300 mark for the West Indies and the 33-year-old Barbados player completed his first ODI century in the last over of the innings.

The Dutch responded well with another good start by their openers Singh and O’Dwyer who added 98 runs for the first wicket.

Singh’s 54 came off 55 balls and was replaced by a busy Musa Ahmed who scored 42 off one ball. However, O’Dowd scored 89 off 121 balls.

He left a lot for the lower order in the closing overs.

West Indies will travel from Amsterdam to Pakistan for another three-match ODI series in Multan.


The Dutch face more Super League matches at home against England and Pakistan in June and August, respectively.

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