Windies 'A' in good position against India 'A'

Windies ‘A’ are in a good position against India ‘A’ in the second 4-day on their current tour of England. Team captain Shamarh Brooks continues to impress with the bat, chalking up 122 not out in the first innings of his team's 302. Windies ‘A’ are in front by 206 runs with 9 wickets in hand at stumps on day 2 of the four day unofficial test.

Raymond Reifer must however be credited for his 5-wicket haul which held India ‘A’ to 192. He ended his stint with figures of 2-16 and 5-50 with help from Oshane Thomas 1-12 and 3-66. Romario Shepherd and Sherman Lewis had a wicket each. Play continues on Thursday tomorrow with Windies ‘A’ on 96 for 1. 

The batsman out is Devon Thomas for 25 while John Campbell 43 and Jermaine Blackwood 23, are the batsmen at the crease. Windies ‘A’ drew the first 4-day test against India ‘A’.

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