BIG DAY FOR WEST INDIES

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April 02, 2016
West Indies and jamaica batsman Andre Russell celebrates after his team's win over India.
AP West Indies' cricketers celebrate after winning their match against New Zealand.
@Normal:From left: West Indies players Dwayne Bravo, Darren Sammy and Chris Gayle.
West Indies and jamaica batsman Andre Russell celebrates after his team's win over India.
@Normal:West Indies batsman Lendl Simmons (centre) is held aloft by teammates after he scored an unbeaten 82 to lead the team to victory.
@Normal:West Indies batsman Lendl Simmons on the go during his unbeaten 82. The wicketkeeper is Mahendra Singh Dhoni.
West Indies players, including captain Stafanie Taylor (second right) of Jamaica celebrate the fall of a New Zealand wicket.
West Indies opener Johnson Charles hitting powerfully to the boundary during his 52 off 36 balls.
Indians celebrate after Chris Gayle (left) was bowled for five.
Britney Cooper of the West Indies hits out during Thursday's T20 World Cup semi-final in Mumbai. Cooper led the batting with 61. She hit five four and two sixes while facing 48 balls. New Zealand's wicketkeeper Rachel Priest looks on.
Stunned Indian cricket fans look on as West Indies romped to victory.
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On Thursday at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai, India the West Indies' men's and women's teams qualified for tomorrow's 2016 ICC World Twenty20 finals. The West Indies Women defeated New Zealand while the men triumphed over the hosts India.

Scores:

Women: West Indies 143 for six (20 overs); New Zealand 137 for eight (20 overs). West Indies Women won by six runs.

Men: Indies 192 for two (20 overs); West Indies 196 for three (19.4 overs). West Indies won by seven wickets.

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