Kraigg’s ton of hope
ST GEORGE’S – Cool, calm and collected.
Kraigg Brathwaite fashioned his fourth Test century and the West Indies strolled into a lead on the penultimate day of the second cricket Test match here for the Wisden Trophy against England yesterday.
Batting with the purpose and commitment missing from his game during the series so far, Brathwaite’s 101 not out carried the West Indies to 202 for two, a slim lead of 37 runs before a wonderfully mixed crowd of locals and visitors at the Grenada National Stadium.
Earlier, England, resuming from 373 for six overnight, were dismissed for 464, taking a lead of 165 runs. (BAW)
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