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West Indies v Zimbabwe, 7th ODI, Trinidad

Sarwan leads West Indies to series whitewash

May 14, 2006: As expected, West Indies wrapped up a 104-run victory over Zimbabwe in the seventh and final ODI at Queen's Park Oval, and in so doing completed a 5-0 whitewash in a series that was never been remotely competitive

The Bulletin by Martin Williamson

West Indies v Zimbabwe, 6th ODI, Trinidad

Rain washes out Zimbabwe's hopes

May 13, 2006: It was rain which set up the opportunity for Zimbabwe to snatch an improbable victory in the sixth ODI at Trinidad's Queen's Park Oval, but it also ultimately washed out that hope

The Bulletin by Martin Williamson

West Indies v Zimbabwe, 5th ODI, St Lucia

Torpid Zimbabwe crushed by Gayle

May 10, 2006: West Indies cruised to a facile ten-wicket win over Zimbabwe in the fifth ODI in St Lucia, securing victory the bloated seven-match series in the process

The Bulletin by Martin Williamson

West Indies v Zimbabwe, 4th ODI, Bourda

West Indies ease to series win

May 7, 2006: Shivnarine Chanderpaul scored a cathartic 93 in his first match on home soil since being deposed as captain, and Fidel Edwards struck twice with his first four balls of the match, as West Indies toyed with and eventually overwhelmed a substandard Zimbabwe

The Bulletin by Andrew Miller

West Indies v Zimbabwe, 4th ODI, Guyana

Prospects brighter for Guyana's farewell

May 7, 2006: The chances of the fourth ODI between West Indies and Zimbabwe actually going ahead increased after a day of good weather on Saturday and Herculean efforts by the groundstaff to get the outfield dry

West Indies v Zimbabwe, 3rd ODI, Guyana

Lara keen to shape a winning unit

May 6, 2006: In his third stint as captain of West Indies, Brian Lara has called for his side to take in as much experience as possible as they build a side for the future

ESPNcricinfo staff

West Indies v Zimbabwe, 3rd ODI, Guyana

Rain forces cancellation of third ODI

May 6, 2006: Today's third one-day international match between West Indies and Zimbabwe in Guyana has been cancelled due to heavy rain since Tuesday

West Indies v Zimbabwe, 3rd ODI, Guyana

West Indies look to close out ODI series

May 5, 2006: West Indies look to close out their limited-overs international series with Zimbabwe when the two sides meet for back-to-back contests on Saturday and Sunday in Guyana

West Indies v Zimbabwe, 2nd ODI, Antigua

Lara demands more runs from top order

May 1, 2006: Brian Lara has demanded his batsmen rediscover their killer instincts in the remaining five one-day internationals against Zimbabwe

ESPNcricinfo staff

West Indies v Zimbabwe, 2nd ODI, Antigua

When a win is just not enough

Apr 30, 2006: Martin Williamson says the Zimbabwe side have battled all the way, but what has really been alarming is quite how poor West Indies have been

The Verdict by Martin Williamson

West Indies v Zimbabwe, 2nd ODI, Antigua

Impressive Taylor papers over the cracks

Apr 30, 2006: West Indies eased to a comfortable 98-run win over Zimbabwe at the Recreation Ground, their second victory of the weekend

The Bulletin by Martin Williamson

West Indies cricket

Wacky April in West Indies cricket

Apr 30, 2006: Tony Cozier on the maddening, puzzling, slip-slide, yet somehow normal month that was in West Indies cricket

Tony Cozier

West Indies v Zimbabwe, 1st ODI, Antigua

Lara calls on team to work harder

Apr 30, 2006: Brian Lara has said that West Indies still have plenty of work to do after an unconvincing five-wicket win over Zimbabwe

West Indies v Zimbabwe, 1st ODI, Antigua

West Indies toil for five-wicket victory

Apr 29, 2006: Zimbabwe made West Indies work hard for their five-wicket win in the opening ODI at St Johns, Antigua

The Bulletin by Will Luke

Zimbabwe in West Indies, 2006

Lara in mix to open

Apr 29, 2006: Brian Lara has said he is one of five batsmen who could open the innings when West Indies oppose Zimbabwe in two back-to-back one-day internationals at the Antigua Recreation Ground on Saturday and Sunday

Resumes bowling duties after two months

Bravo: I'm back!

Apr 28, 2006: Dwayne Bravo, reduced to a mere batsman over the last two months, is set to resume his important two-dimensional role here over the weekend

Haydn Gill
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Series Results
West Indies v Zimbabwe at Port of Spain - May 14, 2006
West Indies won by 104 runs
West Indies v Zimbabwe at Gros Islet - May 10, 2006
West Indies won by 10 wickets (with 134 balls remaining)
West Indies v Zimbabwe at Georgetown - May 7, 2006
West Indies won by 82 runs
West Indies v Zimbabwe at Georgetown - May 6, 2006
Match abandoned without a ball bowled
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