West Indies A was “bowled” out of the Tri-Nation series when they were beaten by India in their final match at Kia Oval Northampton, England, recently.
They failed to win a single match in the series, crashing to their fourth straight loss last weekend.
Chasing India’s challenging total of 354 for six off their 50 overs, Windies crumbled for just 151 in 37.4 overs, to lose by a mammoth 203 runs.
They were beaten by England Lions by nine weeks at the same venue two days before.
Windies needed to win to stay alive after losing their two previous matches, but they could only muster 162 runs.
The Lions then romped to 163 runs in 25 overs.
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