KINGSTON – There was a sense of déjà vu about Denesh Ramdin’s post-match comments yesterday, when the West Indies capitulated meekly and went under to Australia by 277 runs to lose the Sir Frank Worrell Trophy series 2-0 at Sabina Park.
A frustrated and tired-looking Ramdin virtually reproduced a carbon copy of what he said just over a week ago when they lost the first Test match in Dominica inside three days.
“I think that the boys showed fight and there are things we can take moving forward. We went out against a top team and showed some fight there,” the captain said after the Windies’ defeat.
“I think the experience the young men would have gained against a top all round side like Australia, would be with them for the rest of their life. The youngsters showed fight and we still have self-belief.”
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