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Pace strike

Wayne Holder

Pace strike

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West Indies “A” FAST BOWLERS Jason Holder and Delorn Johnson prised out three India “A” second innings wickets late yesterday to set up an intriguing climax to the first unofficial four-day ‘Test’ at Kensington Oval today.
After setting the visitors 186 for victory, the towering pair of quickies rocked the Indians to reduce the visitors to 22 for three, leaving them to make 164 more on the final day to take the lead in the three-match series.
Fast medium bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar (3-44) and exciting right arm batsman turned off-spinner Rohit Sharma combined to reduce the hosts to 210 in their second innings after they resumed the third day on three for no loss, still 22 runs in arrears on first innings.
West Indies “A” surrendered the last seven wickets for 74 runs in 31 overs after contrasting half-centuries from opening batsmen Lendl Simmons and Kraigg Brathwaite laid the platform for them to set a much more formidable target in the fourth innings.
Read the full story in today’s DAILY?NATION.