New Zealand 76-2 at tea, West Indies 367
HAMILTON, New Zealand (AP) – The West Indies kept up hopes of a series-equalling victory by reducing New Zealand to 76 for two at tea on day two of the third Test in reply to their first innings of 367.
Shivnarine Chanderpaul reached his 29th Test century in the morning to boost the tourists’ total, and then the West Indies attack struck twice during the second session to put New Zealand under real pressure for the first time in the series.
Captain Darren Sammy took a brilliant catch from his own bowling to dismiss Hamish Rutherford for 10, and held another sharp chance off Sunil Narine to remove Peter Fulton for 11.
At tea, Kane Williamson was 34 not out and Ross Taylor 15.