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Windies crush Zimbabwe after record total
5/9/2006
 

          GEORGETOWN, Guyana, MAY 8 (AP): Former skipper Shivnarine Chanderpaulhit 93 off 82 balls Sunday to pace the West Indies to a record 333for six and an 82-run victory over Zimbabwe in the fourth one-dayinternational at Bourda.
Pace ace Fidel Edwards grabbed two wickets in the first over todent Zimbabwe's pursuit but the visitors rallied to post arespectable 251 for seven off 50 overs in defeat.
Elton Chigumbura, who made 60 off 59 balls, received soundsupport from Vusi Sibanda (52) and Justice Chibhabha (40).
Edwards led the home team's attack with three for 42 whileoff-spinner Marlon Samuels took two for 48.
The victory gave the West Indies a 3-0 lead in the seven-matchseries.
Earlier, Chanderpaul put a run drought behind him as he lashednine fours and three sixes.
Runako Morton (79) and captain Brian Lara (56) laid the platformfor the mammoth West Indies score, the highest ever total in theCaribbean.
The pair put on 109 for the second wicket after debutante openerSewnarine Chattergoon was run out at 36 for one.
Lara, who turned 37 last Tuesday, promoted himself to No. 3 andthrilled the crowd of 10,000 with nine fours in a half century thattook just 42 balls.
Chanderpaul took over once Morton and Lara departed and, withfellow Guyanese Ramnaresh Sarwan, who hit a run-a-ball 40, poweredthe late assault.
Chanderpaul fell seven short of a century when he was bowled byEdward Rainsford.
Dwayne Smith hit 23 off 13 balls at the end.
Edwards gave the West Indies a quick start when they bowled.
Piet Rinke lost his off stump on his first ball while captainTerrence Duffin also fell for a golden duck as he edged to thewicketkeeper.
Chibhabha continued his impressive form and rallied the middleorder. Sibanda compiled a solid half century in his first match ofthe tour while Chigumbura added four fours and three sixes.

 

 
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