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.
18 July 2018
Resuming from their overnight score of 309 for 8, Surrey expected to add a few more runs before they could have a crack at the Windies A batsmen.
17 July 2018
Surrey won the toss and opted to bat against Windies A. Openers Arun Harinath (10) and Mark Stoneman (1) could not get their team off to a good start as the side lost two wickets for 34 runs.
16 July 2018
India A needed just 107 more runs to win with 7 wickets remaining when they came out to bat on Day four of the second unofficial Test against Windies A.
13 July 2018
After play began, Windies A resumed from their overnight score of 96 for one. They were able to add another 29 runs to the score when John Campbell (61) was dismissed by Mohammed Siraj.
12 July 2018
Windies A 302 and 96/1 (John Campbell 43*) lead India A 192 (Ankit Bawne 43*; Raymon Reifer 5-50, Oshane Thomas 3-66) by 206 runs
11 July 2018
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)
7 July 2018
India A (133, 536-4) lead Windies A by 286 runs after centuries from Prithvi Shaw (188) and Ravikumar Samarth (137).
6 July 2018
India A (159-0, 133-10) trail Windies A (383) by 91 runs in the second innings with 10 wickets remaining after Prithvi Shaw (101*) neutralized Sunil Ambris’s (128) century.
5 July 2018
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).
4 July 2018
Centuries from Prithvi Shaw (102) and Hanuma Vihari (147) and a clinical bowling effort from Axar Patel (9.4-34-4) saw India A to a massive 203-run victory over Windies A.
29 June 2018
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.
28 June 2018
India A (222-3) bagged a comfortable victory against Windies A (221-10) by 7 wickets on the back of Mayank Agarwal's (112) century and Deepak Chahar's (10-27-5) fifer.
25 June 2018