West Indies lead the pack at Under-13 World Cup
The West Indies are the sole unbeaten side left in the NWCU under-13 World Cup heading into tomorrow’s final day of Group action after some twists and turns in Wednesday’s matches.
It was definitely a day for batting first with plenty of sunshine across the North West- nine of today’s ten matches won by the teams who set a score.
The Magheramason table-toppers beat Scotland in their first game this morning and then saw off Sri Lanka, the current holders in the afternoon.
The Kildoag Sri Lankans, who started the day joint top of the table, lost out in their morning match as well; beaten by just two runs in a thriller against Australia (Donemana).
The Holm side then accounted for Netherlands in the afternoon as they jumped to second in the table with England, Sri Lanka and New Zealand all now on four wins apiece.
Conditions are set fair for the rest of the week so there should be a thrilling couple of days ahead for all teams.
Ireland 85-3-16 beat England 67-6-16 by 18 runs
Australia 95-4-16 beat Sri Lanka 93-3-16 by 2 runs
West Indies 88-4-16 beat South Africa 61-5-16 by 27 runs
New Zealand 113-2-16 beat India 94-7-16 by 19 runs
Netherlands 104-7-15 beat Scotland 103-6-16 by 3 wickets
Ireland 176-2-16 beat South Africa South Africa 56-6-16 by 120 runs
New Zealand 108-2-16 beat Scotland 99-5-16 by 9 runs
Australia 114-5-16 beat Netherlands 54 all out by 60 runs
England 123-1-16 beat India 99-6-16 by 24 runs
West Indies 102-4-16 beat Sri Lanka 84-7-16 by 18 runs