By CricketCountry Staff
St Kitts: Jul 14, 2012
West Indies were bowled out for 264 in the fourth One-Day International against New Zealand at St Kitts.
After winning the toss, West Indies skipper Darren Sammy chose to bat first. After the early dismissal of in-form Chris Gayle, West indies innings chugged at a slow pace.
New Zealand bowlers picked up wickets at regular intervals to keep a check on the scoring rate of the West Indies batsmen.
Jacob Oram and Tim Southee picked up three wickets each.
For West Indies, Kieron Pollard was the highest scorer with 56 runs. He was ably supported by Marlon Samuels who stabalised the innings after early wickets, playing a steady innings of 46 runs.
Brief Scores: West Indies 264 all-out in 49.5 overs (Kieron Pollard 56, Marlon Samuels 46; Jacob Oram 3 for 42, Tim Southee 3 for 53) vs New Zealand