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Cricket Memorabilia from the Kiwi vs Windies, Quarter-Final at the Westpac Stadium NZ

Posted on March 22, 2015 by Selby There have been 0 comments

Jason Holder the West Indies Skipper is convinced it was his teams apparent inability to bowl Yorkers that led to a 143 run against New Zealand in the ICC World Cup

Cricket Memorabilia from the match is now available including a team signed cricket bat and several items of tour paraphernalia,  brochures and itineraries ‘autographed by the Tourists and the home side.

Having lost the toss on Saturday at the Westpac stadium Wellington the tourists did well to keep the Kiwi score at 89 runs for 2 wickets from 16 overs, after that it all went wrong Kiwi opener Martin Guptill who was dropped by Marlon Samuels carried on to make a record breaking One Day Cricket score of 237 off 163 deliveries as the team scored 393 for 6 wickets. The West Indies were bowled out in 183 balls for 250 runs largely due to Trent Boults’ 4 wickets for 44 runs.

The semi-final in Auckland on Tuesday against SA looks like another interesting match for Cricket Collectables who have arranged a number of signings and hope to combine a good days cricket with some great Memorabilia


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