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– With Australia about to win the fifth Test in Jamaica, it wasn’t rain that saved West Indies,

 but a riot. In Bobby Simpson’s last Test, the Aussies needed just one more wicket with 38

 balls left when the crowd took matters into their own hands after Vanburn Holder was given

 out caught behind. The match could have been finished the next day, but one of the umpires,

 Ralph Gosein, refused to stand.



  • West Indies were trailing 0-1 coming into Barbados, where they restricted England to 257 in

 the first innings. Then, though they folded for 189 (featuring an attacking 85 by Jermaine

 Blackwood) themselves, England’s second-innings collapse to 123 left West Indies chasing a

 tricky 192. They got there thanks to Blackwood and Darren Bravo



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