CWI hails Windies capture of Richards-Botham Trophy

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Cricket West Indies President, Ricky Skerritt.
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Cricket West Indies (CWI) President, Ricky Skerrit has hailed “a remarkable three weeks of cricket” which culminated recently with West Indies’ capture of the first-ever Richards-Botham Trophy.
The regional team trounced England by 10 wickets inside four days of the decisive third Test at the National Stadium in Grenada after chasing a paltry 28, following the touring side’s collaspe for 120 in their second innings. England had resumed the morning on 103 for eight with little hope of saving the game.
England’s captain Joe Root shakes hands with West Indies’ captain Kraigg Brathwaite after day four of their third Test cricket match at the National Cricket Stadium in St. George, Grenada, Sunday, March 27, 2022. West Indies won by 10 wickets. Associated Press/Ricardo Mazalan

“On behalf of CWI and the West Indies supporters around the world, I want to express heartfelt congratulations to Captain Kraigg Brathwaite, Head Coach Phil Simmons and the entire team on what were truly outstanding efforts from start to finish,” he said.

“It was a remarkable three weeks of cricket which saw our teams battle hard to earn draws in the first and second matches and win the final,” Skerrit said.

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