Cricket-Australia v West Indies - Twenty20 scoreboard

Wed Feb 13, 2013 12:26pm GMT

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BRISBANE, Feb 13 (Reuters) - Scoreboard after West Indies
beat Australia by 27 runs in their Twenty20 international at the
Gabba on Wednesday.
    West Indies won the toss and elected to bat first
    West Indies innings
 C. Gayle c Coulter-Nile b Hazlewood     8
 J. Charles b Coulter-Nile              57
 DM Bravo run out (McKay/Haddin)        32
 K. Pollard c Marsh b Faulkner          26
 DJ Bravo b Faulkner                    13
 A. Russel not out                      23
 D. Sammy c Marsh b Faulkner            20
 N. Deonarine not out                    6
    Extras (lb-4, w-2)                   6
    Total (six wickets, 20 overs)      191
    Did not bat: D. Thomas, S. Narine, T. Best
    Fall of wickets: 1-11 2-99 3-106 4-139 5-141 6-172 
    Bowling: McKay 4-0-44-0, Hazlewood 4-0-36-1, Faulkner
4-0-28-3 (w-1), Coulter-Nile 4-0-36-1 (w-1), B. Cutting 4-0-43-0
    Australia innings 
 A. Finch b Sammy                       4  
 S. Marsh run out (Best/Thomas)        21  
 A. Voges run out (Thomas)             51
 G. Bailey c Deonarine b Narine        15
 B. Rohrer c Deonarine b Pollard       16 
 B. Haddin c Russel b Pollard          22
 J. Faulkner c Sammy b Pollard          7
 B. Cutting st Thomas b Narine          0
 N. Coulter-Nile not out               16
 C. McKay not out                       6
    Extras (b-1, lb-2, w-3)             6
    Total (eight wickets, 20 overs)   164  
 Did not bat: J. Hazlewood 
 Fall of wickets: 1-5 2-79 3-82 4-96 5-121 6-139 7-139 8-141
 Bowling: Best 3-0-19-0 (w-2), D. Sammy 3-0-30-1 (w-1), Narine
4-0-19-2, Russel 1-0-9-0, Deonarine 3-0-37-0, DJ Bravo 2-0-17-0,
K. Pollard 4-0-30-3

 (Compiled by Ian Ransom; Editing by Ken Ferris)

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