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ST JOHN’S, ANTIGUA – WINDIES will now turn its attention to the three T20Is remaining on the Bangladesh tour of the region with one match in St Kitts and the other two in Florida, starting tomorrow at 8pm.
When the opportunity was presented to have a team in the inaugural Global T20 Canada, Cricket West Indies (CWI) grabbed with both hands. At the time the team was being assembled, WINDIES A would have already been in the UK (June 14) for their tri-nation tour and the WINDIES were committed to host Sri Lanka and Bangladesh.
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).