Windies win 1st Test by 117 runs [ AUDIO LINK TO DEVENDRA BISHOO INTERVIEW]

Man of the Match Devendra Bishoo.

BULAWAYO, Zimbabwe – Windies leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo spoke to members of the media after his Man of the Match performance helped the visitors to victory over Zimbabwe in the first Test match at Queen’s Sports Club.

Bishoo had the brilliant match figures of nine wickets for 184 runs as Windies won by 117 runs in the fourth day. He took 4-105 in the second innings as the home side were bowled out for 316.

In the first innings, Bishoo claimed 5-79 – his fourth five-wicket haul in Tests as Windies bowled out Zimbabwe for 159 to take the initiative.

Match Scores: WINDIES 219 (Shai Hope 90 not out, Kieran Powell 56, Graeme Cremer 4-64) and 373 (Roston Chase 95, Kraigg Brathwaite 86, Shai Hope 44, Devendra Bishoo 44, Kyle Hope 43; Graeme Cremer 4-114) ZIMBABWE 159 (Devendra Bishoo 5-79, Kemar Roach 2-23, Jason Holder 2-25) and 316 (Brendan Taylor 73, Hamilton Masakadza 57, Solomon Mire 47; Devendra Bishoo 4-105, Roston Chase 2-61)

The second Test match will also be played at the Queen’s Sports Club. First ball on Sunday is 10am (4am Eastern Caribbean Time/3am Jamaica Time).


Jason Holder (Captain)

Kraigg Brathwaite (Vice Captain)

Devendra Bishoo

Jermaine Blackwood

Roston Chase

Miguel Cummins

Shane Dowrich

Shannon Gabriel

Shimron Hetmyer

Kyle Hope

Shai Hope

Alzarri Joseph

Kieran Powell

Raymon Reifer

Kemar Roach



Sunday, October 15 to Tuesday, October 17

Tour Match vs Zimbabwe “A” – Bulawayo Athletic Club, Bulawayo

Match drawn


Saturday, October 21 to Wednesday, October 25

1st Test – Queen’s Sports Club, Bulawayo

Windies won by 117 runs


Sunday, October 29 to Thursday, November 2

2nd Test – Queen’s Sports Club 


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  1. Channel 1
    October 25, 2017

    Well done our team West Indies. Now win the next one. I like Zimbabwe’s cricket team but not when they playing the West Indies.

    Now DNO, tell me something nuh……….. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: ………..where all you get dat ‘long time ago’ picture of Bishoo dere nuh………… :lol: :lol: :lol:

  2. October 24, 2017

    Is this the start of the ascension to PAIX BOUCHE? we will have to wait and see only time will tell, but it is about time we make that curve.

  3. Fake news
    October 24, 2017

    A win is a win so I will take this one but I sure didn’t like the way we played. To beat better teams we need our best team and I am disappointed we didn’t go with Daren Bravo, Sunil Ambris and Hamilton instead of Riefer, Kyle Hope and either Blackwood or Dowrich. Our future looking good as long as we play our best team

  4. viewsexpressed
    October 24, 2017

    Well done guys, well done West Indies Team. Keep it up, we look for more victories.

    Gods Guidance

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