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West Indies vs New Zealand 2nd ODI 1985 Article

Read the article of West Indies vs New Zealand 2nd ODI 1985 - New Zealand tour of West Indies 5-match one-day international series of the 2nd ODI match played between New Zealand and West Indies at Queen's Park Oval, Port of Spain, Trinidad in 27th March 1985.


Pace bowling attack from Winston Davis' 3 for 7 and Joel Garner's economical bowling figures of 6-2-6 sets up to West Indies convincing six-wicket victory over New Zealand and go up 2-0 lead in a rain-curtailed 22-overs-per-a-side game of the second ODI.


New Zealand scored 51-3 in the alloted 22 overs - match reduced from 50 to 22-overs per-a-side due to rain - with top scorer by Martin Crowe scored a unbeaten 20  off consuming 65-balls including 2-fours

Jeremy Coney scored a unbeaten 19 off 41-balls including 2-fours and John Wright 5

West Indies best bowler by Winston Davis picked up 3-wickets for 7-runs in 6-overs including two maidens with economy rate of 1.16.

West Indies chased 55-4 in 17 overs with top scorer by Viv Richards hit 27 off 40-balls including 2-fours, Gus Logie 8 not out, Desmond Haynes, Larrry Gomes and Jeff Dujon each scored 4-runs.

New Zealand best bowler by Gary Troup took 2-wickets and one for Ken Rutherford - Ewen Chatfield.

Winston Davis named Player of the match for his pace bowling attack to took 3-wickets for 7-runs in 6-overs.



This match reported by Tony Cozier (Third Party Reference from The Daily Telegraph)


WINSTON DAVIS committed New Zealand to an unequal fight in their second one-day international against the West Indies and they lost by six wickets in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad.

Sent in after Vivian Richards had won the toss, the New Zealanders lost their openers Wright and Rutherford to catches by the wicketkeeper and Jeff Crowe, to a miscued hook in each of Davis's first three overs.

With Garner as miserly as usual at the opposite end, the total reached 13 for three after 12 overs.

Martin Crowe and Jeremy Coney were in the middle of repairing the innings, at 51 for three from 22 overs, when a bank of heavy cloud dumped three hours of steady rain on to the ground, a disappointment for a crowd of more than 25,000.


Foregone conclusion

The parched outfield quickly absorbed the water, play resumed and the West Indies were left with the straightforward task of scoring 52 from 22 overs, a foregone conclusion

                   

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