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New Zealand vs West Indies record turnout at Twenty20 Game 2 in Dominica
Published on July 9, 2014 Email To Friend    Print Version

By Lynworth 'Mystelics' Mitchell

ROSEAU, Dominica -- There was a record turnout at the Windsor Park Stadium this past weekend when the West Indies cricket team played against the New Zealand cricket team in Dominica.

Of course, in Game 1, New Zealand dominated the West Indies by 12 runs but to think that this would dampen the spirits of West Indian cricket fans, Game 2 was an absolute turn up with people. There were more people than seats at the game, with supporters eagerly hoping for West Indies to take the second game, making it the first time West Indies would win in Dominica.

After all, it is not every time you get to see crowd favourites West Indies play in the Nature Isle of the Caribbean. People came from all over; we are talking St Lucia, Martinique, Guyana, Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago, New Zealand and more, also including the home country’s cricket lovers and supporters.

To show the joys of seeing and believing this video was created. Enjoy the moment that was shared at Game 2, on July 6, 2014, in the video below:

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