Mark Stoneman and Ryan Patel who were not out overnight, were only able to add a few runs to this scores before they were dismissed in quick succession. Will Jacks scored an unbeaten 47 as Surrey declared quickly due to the shortage of time.
India A 133-10 (Vihari 37, Lewis 4-35, Holder 4-57) and 609-6 (Shaw 188, Samarth 137, Lewis 4-130) drew with West Indies A 383-10 (Ambris 128, Brooks 91, Rajpoot 4-76) and 245-7 (Blackwood 61, Saini 2-41)
Windies A lead India A by 15 runs at the end of Day 1 of the first Test with 7 wickets remaining in the first innings courtesy of excellent pace bowling spells from Chemar Holder (13-57-4) and Sherman Lewis (11.1-35-4).
England A (163-1) beat Windies A (162-10) by 9 wickets with half the overs remaining on the back of a clinical bowling effort from Reece Topley (7.3-16-4) and Liam Dawson (10-21-4) and an unbeaten breezy 80-run knock from Tom kohler-cadmore.
After getting a sound thrashing in the first match of the tri-series, India A (309-6) bounced back and defeated England A (207-10) by 102 runs on the back of Mayank Agarwal's (112) second consecutive century.