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ICC World Twenty20 2010
Close So there you have it for day one of the tournament - after a thrilling win for New Zealand over Sri Lanka we've seen a one-sided win for the West Indies. After doing well with the ball Ireland were skittled for 68 in reply, only Gary Wilson getting into double figures. Thanks for your company today and please join us again tomorrow for another doubleheader, starting with Afghanistan v India from Gros Islet.
Over 17: Sammy 0-1-0-W 68 - Fittingly Sammy wraps up the win for the Windies, Dockrell going for an ambitious drive that only results in an edge through to the wicketkeeper's gloves. Sammy's finished with figures of three for eight. He's also taken four catches after hitting 30 with the bat, making him a certainty to be taking home an over-sized cheque after the presentation ceremony.
Over 16: Roach 0-0-1-1w-1w-0-0-0 67-9 - Ireland at least draw level with the record low, thanks mainly to Roach sending down two legside wides. Botha had to survive a fearsome yorker on the second ball that seemed to hit boot then bat - the fact the left-hander hobbled around afterwards being a dead giveaway. Dockrell is the last man in for the minnows but he hardly looks a mug with the bat, twice driving nicely into the covers.
Over 15: Sammy 0-1lb-0-1-W-0 64-9 - WICKET! - Ireland are now in danger of posting the lowest score in Twenty20 International history as Boyd Rankin becomes the ninth wicket to go down. Yet again it's Sammy who strikes when he manages to get a slender edge to carry comfortably through to wicketkeeper Ramdin. The Irish need another four runs to beat the record low of 67 set by Kenya.
Over 14: Miller 2lb-2w-0-1-W-0-1 62-8 - WICKET! - Moody's got the blues as it's Miller's time in Guyana. The left-arm spinner traps the left-hander bang in front - Hawk Eye shows the ball was going on to hit middle and leg about halfway up. Ireland now need 77 from the final six overs. The West Indies need three more wickets to bring about an early conclusion. If you have a fork to hand stick it in this match - it's done.
Over 13: Bravo W-1-0-W-0-0 56-7 - WICKETS! - Another bowler takes a wicket right at the start of a spell. Bravo brings himself back on and immediately ends Wilson's knock, getting the Surrey batsman to mis-hit a slower ball close enough to Sammy at extra cover. That a fourth catch for the soon-to-be man of the match. There's a second scalp in the over for Bravo too, as Johnston has a wild hack that only results in his furniture being dismantled. The fat lady is rushing through her warm-up now with this game as good as over.
Over 12: Miller 1-0-0-1-1-1 55-5 - Nikita has now rushed his way through three overs that have cost just 14 runs. Both Irish batsmen are doing their best to play some big shots but struggling to middle anything. This, at the moment, is a slow death for the Irish. Here comes Bravo back into the attack...
Over 11: Sammy 0-0-2-0-0-2 51-5 - We didn't see the Dilshan scoop from the man himself earlier today but Gary Wilson gives us his version, getting down to deflect a full ball from Sammy up off his helmet and away for a couple of runs. It's a risky shot not just in the fact that it could have led to his demise, but it could also have led to him losing his front teeth. The same batsman manages another two runs with a more conventional drive, bringing up Ireland's 50 from 66 deliveries.
Over 10: Miller 0-1-1-1-2-1 47-5 - We're yet to see Ireland manage more than nine runs an over in their reply. They're going to have to go at that number now to win this match. The West Indies, in contrast, smell blood. Bravo has posted a slip for Miller as they look to keep picking up wickets.
Over 9: Sammy W-0-1-0-0-1 41-5 - WICKET! - You just can't keep Sammy out of the game. It takes the all-rounder just one ball to strike, O'Brien lofting him straight out to Fletcher at long-on. Ireland have sent in Trent Johnston at number seven in a bid to get the scoreboard moving. Two singles is certainly not enough at a run-rate of 4.56 an over.
Over 8: Miller 0-1-0-1-1-1 39-4 - The game has gone a little quiet right now. Ireland keep the scoreboard ticking with four runs, though they're going to need more than just a few singles to win this game from here. At this stage of their innings, Ireland were 52 for two. Having starred with the bat and then in the field, Sammy will now get the chance to do some damage with the ball, as he replaces Bravo in the attack after a one-over spell from the skipper.
Over 7: Bravo 0-1w-1-0-1-0-0 35-4 - Bravo's second ball goes well down leg - that's the seventh wide bowled by the West Indies already. We had just three in the previous three innings on this ground today. He does redeem himself slightly off the final delivery with a diving stop to partially block an O'Brien straight drive before summoning spinner Nikita Miller into the attack.
Over 6: Rampaul 0-4-0-1w-1-0-1 31-4 - O'Brien treats us to a glorious cover drive that Sir Vivian Richards would of been proud of - the big all-rounder really did stand and deliver as Rampaul pushed the ball right up. Ireland need a furthwer 108 from 84 deliveries as we have our first change for the Windies - skipper Bravo is going to turn his arm over.
Over 5: Roach 0-0-1w-0-0-4lb-0 23-4 - Roach roars in but tries a little too hard to remove Kevin O'Brien. The paceman loses his line as he strives for another wicket, Ramdin keeping it down to just the one wide with a diving stop down leg. However there's nothing the wicketkeeper can do when O'Brien's thigh pad deflects another wide delivery away for four welcome runs.
Over 4: Rampaul 1-1lb-W-1-1w-0-0 18-4 - WICKET! - Sammy's got a hat-trick of catches as Rampaul finds the outside edge of Alex Cusack's blade. The fielder makes a mess of a straightforward chance, the ball striking him a painful blow in the stomach before he clings on to the rebound. Rampaul has now taken three for nine to leave this Irish run chase in tatters. They need a further 121 to win from the remaining 16 overs.
Over 3: Roach 0-1-0-1w-1w-0-0-0 14-3 - Roach starts us off again with a wide down the leg side but soon gets his line and length back, getting Gary Wilson to pat back the final three deliveries of the delayed third over. Just a reminder to tell you that there won't be a reduction in over as there was an extra 30 minutes of time built into the game in case of a delay.
Rain Okay, the news is that the shower has passed and that we will be getting back underway at 20 past the hour. Fingers crossed the bad weather stays away long enough to get the full 20 overs in.
Weather update The rain has stopped in Guyana and there is movement out in the middle, though the covers are remaining still for the moment. At least we should have no issues with damp patches in the outfield - this new venue has a state-of-the-art drainage system (thankfully there's also not a lot of sand on the outfield either).
Over 3: Roach 0-1-0-1w- 13-3 - Roach gets through three balls of his second over (he bowled four, with the final delivery a wide) before the rain really starts belting down. The umpires quickly call for the covers to come on - remember we need five overs of this Ireland reply to constitute a full game.
Rain Some bad weather was threatening earlier and it now appears we have some rain in the air. It's not heavy enough to stop the action just yet, so let's hope it soon drifts away and lets us get a full game in here at the Providence Stadium.
Over 2: Rampaul 1-1w-0-W-4-W-0 11-3 - WICKETS! Ireland have been hit by a double Sammy (apologies, but it is getting late)! That man is in the right place again to take his second catch, this time at mid-wicket, when Paul Stirling makes a right mess trying to pull a short ball from Ravi Rampaul. Niall O'Brien briefly responds by thrashing the next ball away through the covers for four runs, only to then nick the fifth delivery of the over through to wicketkeeper Ramdin. That target of 139 sure looks a long way away now for the Irish.
Over 1: Roach 4-W-0-1-0-0 5-1 - WICKET! - Porterfield lasts two balls and plays the same shot to both of them. The first delivery from Roach is full and, attempting a drive, the left-hander edges it away past the second of two slips. Roach runs in and sends the same delivery down again, except this time it takes the outside edge of Porterfield's bat and goes through to Darren Sammy at that second slip position.
Run chase So Ireland set out in pursuit of 139 to pull off a shock result. It's not like the West Indies weren't warned, their opponents were a real surprise package in the Caribbean at the 2007 World Cup. Of course if the hosts do lose, then Chris Gayle could get plenty of time to rest his stiff back.
Over 20: Cusack 1-0-0-2nb-2-2-W 138-9 - WICKET! - The West Indies' innings ends with a whimper - which pretty much sums it up. After the aid of a hip-high no ball from Cusack, who finishes with figures of two for 19, the final delivery sees a ninth wicket go down when Rampaul chips a catch up for mid-wicket to take running around. The hosts managed just the seven fours and four maximums. Don't forget that Sri Lanka failed to defend a similar total earlier in the day, so the Irish have a fighting chance here of an upset win.
Over 19: Botha W-2-W-1-0-2 130-8 - WICKETS! - After all the big build-up, after all that waiting, Pollard was bound to fall cheaply. Botha catches out Keiron with a well-disguised slower ball that hits high on the splice of the bat, meaning it loops nicely up for the bowler himself to take a simple return catch. Sammy goes just two balls later too, this time his big hit only finding the safe hands of Irish skipper William Porterfield out at long-on. We've got one over left and the Windies will be looking for 140.
Over 18: Johnston 6-2-1-2-1-6 125-6 - Call for the glazers! Sammy's made a smashing impact on a window in the pavilion after putting his foot down the wicket and launching into Johnston's first ball back into the attack. The same batsman ends the over as he started it, though this time he pumps a back-of-the-length ball over the rope at mid-wicket. That's got the crowd off their feet, with Sammy now having 28 to his name having faced just 15 deliveries.
Over 17: Rankin 0-1-4-4-1-4 107-6 - Pollard's arrival has led to the tempo being raised...except it's Sammy doing the scoring. The all-rounder hits three boundaries - all of them on the leg side - to ruin Rankin's otherwise excellent figures of two for 35 from his four. With two singles as well, the 17th over proves to be the biggest for the West Indies so far. They need more of the same now, with just 18 balls remaining in the innings.
Over 16: Dockrell 0-1-0-1-0-W 93-6 - WICKET! - Boy George has led the Windies a merry dance tonight, getting his third wicket when the becalmed Deonarine tries to slog him into the sea, instead only sending the ball high into the air for wicketkeeper O'Brien to pouch. Dockrell - with plenty of silver in his hair despite being just 17 - finishes with excellent figures of three for 16 from his four-over stint. Now Pollard is finally coming out to bat with his side in desperate need of a spark.
Over 15: Botha 0-0-0-0-1-1 91-5 - Deonarine pats back four balls before finally getting down the other end with a slogged single out to deep mid-wicket. Sammy shows him how it should be done, tickling an easy one to make it a whole two runs from the over - the West Indies are going backwards right now.
Over 14: Dockrell 3-0-1-1-1-1 90-5 - Deonarine gets a streaky three when an inside edge nutmegs 'keeper O'Brien. The West Indies will take all the runs they can get right now as their scoring rate continues to struggle against the Irish tide. Andre Botha is the latest bowler to be used with his medium pace.
Over 13: Rankin 1-1-0-2-1-W 83-5 - WICKET! - The crowd are trying to make some noise to lift their side's run-rate but it's not had the desired affect yet. In fact their cause has got even worse now that Ramdin is the fifth man to fall - the wicketkeeper-batsman strangled down the leg side, giving Rankin a cheap wicket at the end of another tight over. Pollard is still not in at seven (it's Sammy instead), what are the Windies saving him for - Christmas?
Over 12: Dockrell 1-W-1-W-0-1 78-4 - WICKETS! - Dockrell - or Boy George as David Lloyd has just called him on commentary - does for Fletcher, teasing the opener with a flighted delivery that he just can't resist having a go at. However his attempts to clear the rope fall short, Kevin O'Brien judging the catch superbly out at long-on. New man Narsingh Deonarine gets a single and then Sarwan has a heave at the spinner as well, only holing out to mid-off to become the second wicket in the over. Ramdin is in at six - we still await the chance to see Keiron Pollard have a bat.
Over 11: Johnston 1-1-1-2-1-1 76-2 - Johnston comes back on having celebrated his 36th birthday yesterday. Both Sarwan and Fletcher attempt some big hits but fail to make a decent connection, meaning only five singles and a two from the 11th over. O'Brien - who is sporting a maroon helmet behind the stumps that must be from Northamptonshire rather than the West Indies - shouts "don't let it go quiet". That's highly unlikely with him so close to the stump microphone.
Over 10: Dockrell 1-2-1-1-0-1 69-2 - Dockrell's not afraid to give it a bit of flight and the pitch responds to his bravery by showing signs of turn - how the Windies wished Benn was fit to play in this match. At this current rate (6.90) the hosts would make 138. Eight-an-over from here on out - and with Pollard and other hitters to come - would mean a total of 149.
Over 9: Stirling 2-2-1-1w-1-0-4 63-2 - Finally the scoreboard gets a move on, Sarwan helping take 11 from the over thanks to a pair of twos straight down the ground and a thick edge from the final delivery that races away off the lush outfield to find the boundary rope at third man. Ireland are now going to go with spin from both ends, bringing the teenager George Dockrell into the attack.
Over 8: Cusack 1-1-2-0-0-1 52-2 - The West Indies reach their half-century when Fletcher pushes hard and gets back for a scampered two off the third delivery. However two dot balls make sure there's no serious damage done. O'Brien continues to keep the chatter going from behind the sticks, barely finding time to take a breath as he barks at his team-mates.
Over 7: Stirling 1-1-0-0-1-1 47-2 - Time for a change of pace now as Paul Stirling comes into the attack with his right-arm offies. Wicketkeeper Niall O'Brien says he can "feel the squeeze" and Ireland certainly have the Windies tied down - only four singles come from Stirling's opening over.
Over 6: Cusack 6-W-0-0-0-0 43-2 - WICKET! Bravo bangs Cusack away over point for a six off the front foot...only to then perish to the next delivery for 18. A much straighter delivery is driven in the air straight at the bowler, who makes a mess of taking the catch before eventually holding at the third attempt when the ball sits kindly on his leg as he crumples to the ground. Ramnaresh Sarwan is in at four and bats back the next four deliveries, meaning it's a six and a wicket in the sixth over.
Over 5: O'Brien 4-0-1-2-0-1 37-1 - O'Brien pays the price for bowling too straight at Fletcher, who uses a lot of bottom hand to whip an aerial drive away through straightish mid-wicket for his first four of the match. However the big all-rounder recovers from the poor start, conceding only four more runs off the other five balls. Alex Cusack takes over from Johnston, who went for just 11 runs off his first two overs.
Over 4: Johnston 0-1-1lb-2-0-6 29-1 - After looking a little uncomfortable against Johnston, Bravo finally gets to grips with the seamer off the final ball of the fourth over. A superb straight drive goes 80m, taking it well over the sightscreen for the first maximum of the match. Ireland are going to make a change in their attack, Rankin making way for Kevin O'Brien.
Over 3: Rankin 0-2-0-4-4-W 19-1 - WICKET - Chanderpaul opens his and the Windies' boundary account with a well-timed flick away through square leg. We don't have to wait long for a second, Kevin O'Brien losing a pull shot in the sun down at fine leg to allow the ball to run away over the rope. However Shiv's attempts to make it a hat-trick only end up in a top edge going high out towards point, Gary Wilson making no mistakes with the simple catch. Stand-in skipper Dwayne Bravo is the new man in at three.
Over 2: Johnston 0-1-0-0-0-1 9-0 - Johnston - who was heroic as skipper in Ireland's sensational World Cup run in the Caribbean three years ago - may not have the speed of Rankin but he knows just where to plonk it down on the pitch. Each batsmen picks up a single but with wicketkeeper Niall O'Brien up to the stumps and all deliveries full and straight, the Windies duo know they will need to take some risks if they want to dominate the canny Australian-born medium-pacer.
Over 1: Rankin 1-0-3-2-0-1 7-0 - Boyd Rankin gets proceedings underway and starts with a steady over, well steady enough in T20 terms. Andre Fletcher is looking to work everything to leg, something he does successfully to pick up a two and a pair of singles, while opening partner Shivnarine Chanderpaul opens his account with a lovely cover drive for three. It's going to be Trent Johnston from the Pavilion End.
Crowd The stadium - which is a little out of Guyana - is almost full, though that is hardly a big surprise with the hosts in action.
Teams So Bravo is leading the Windies tonight as Chris Gayle has a bit of a stiff back, one he is not willing to risk in a game that his side should win. Sulieman Benn, who had been likely to open the bowling, and Jerome Taylor are also sidelined. Ireland have included 17-year-old spinner George Dockrell in their starting XI.
Toss The news from the middle is that Dwayne Bravo (hang on, I'll get to that in a minute) has won the toss and opted to bat first. Remember that this game is being played on the same pitch as was used for the tournament opener.
Good evening And welcome to over-by-over coverage of game two of the ICC World Twenty20. After that thriller between the Kiwis and Sri Lanka, we now get to see the hosts in action against outsiders Ireland.
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