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IT WAS ANOTHER frustrating stop-start day in the rain-ruined second Digicel cricket Test at Kensington Oval yesterday.
Not only was Marlon Samuels frustrated after he was left high and dry on a carefully compiled, yet classy 78 not out, India were too.
Tall fast bowler Ishant Sharma bowled them to a 21-run first innings lead over the West Indies with career-best figures of six for 55 in 21.5 overs.
But after India dismissed the Windies for 190 in response to their 201 first innings effort, rain and fading light allowed only four deliveries in the post-tea session. And the visitors ended a day in which only 42 overs were possible on 23 without loss – an overall lead of 44 runs. (EZS)
Full story in today’s WEEKEND NATION.

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