The West Indies "A' team is in the driver's seat as they only require another 76 runs to win the first unofficial four day “test” against the touring England Lions at the Trelawny Stadium. Chasing 106 to beat the Lions, the Caribbean side reached 31-1 when stumps were drawn on the third and penultimate day.
Earlier, the Windies "A", which resumed their first innings on 232-8, added another 47 runs to end on 279, for a first innings lead of 27. Batting a second time, the England Lions were skittled out for 132, leaving the Windies "A" 106 runs to win.
Jomel Warrican was the main destroyer for the regional team bagging 7-33. Rahkeem Cornwall chipped in with 3-55 against Haseeb Hameed, who top scored with 39. When the Windies "A" resume bating, Kieran Powell on 16 and John Campbell 15, will be at the crease.