Third ODI washed out, India `A`-Windies `A` series ends 1-1

St George`s (Grenada): The third and final unofficial cricket one-dayer between India `A` and the West Indies `A` had to be called off without a ball being bowled due to rain, leaving the series tied 1-1.

Overnight rain continued well into the afternoon and umpires Vincent Bullen and Goaland Greaves were left with little choice but to abandon the match.

The series finished tied 1-1 after West Indies A won the first match by two wickets last Wednesday and India clinched the second by 108 runs two days later.

With this, India A`s tour of the Caribbean came to an end with the team achieving modest results.

The two teams had earlier tied 1-1 in the couple of Twenty20s, while the hosts had claimed the three-match unofficial four-day Test series.

India`s batsmen, including established names such as Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan struggled on the tour, but a few youngsters such as all-rounder Jalaj Saxena made an impression with gritty performances in the low-scoring affairs on the bouncy tracks here.


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