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Charles century puts West Indies in control
2013-02-22 13:56:20 | (0 Comments)
The West Indies were in a commanding position of 302 for three after 47 overs in their opening One Day International clash against Zimbabwe in St George’s, Grenada.
The West Indies strong position came as a result of a career-best 130 from young opener, Johnson Charles, who along with partner, Kieron Powell, who made 79, put on 168 for the first wicket.
Darren Bravo, 72 not out, has also gotten among the runs after Zimbabwe won the toss and sent the West Indies in to bat.
Andre Russell, four, is the other batsman that has been dismissed while with Bravo at the crease is his older brother, Dwayne, who is 9 not out.
The match is the first of a three match series.
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