Windies A 273-5 in reply to Lions' 145

Monday, February 19, 2018

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — West Indies A extended their first-innings lead to 128 runs at lunch on Monday's second day of the four-day "Test" match against touring England Lions at Sabina Park.

After resuming from their overnight score of 159-4, the hosts sped to 273-5 with Jahmar Hamilton unbeaten on 78 and left-hander Raymon Reifer on 26. Shane Dowrich was dismissed for 43.

The Lions' left-arm spinner Jack Leach has taken three wickets.

Scores: England Lions 145 (57 ovs); West Indies A 273-5 (71 ovs)

West Indies A have a one-nil lead in the series after winning the opening "Test" in Trelawny last week.


West Indies A — Kieran Powell (captain), Shamarh Brooks, Jermaine Blackwood, John Campbell, Rahkeem Cornwall, Shane Dowrich, Jahmar Hamilton, Keon Joseph, Jeremiah Louis, Raymon Reifer, Jomel Warrican.

England Lions — Keaton Jennings (captain), Nick Gubbins, Toby Roland-Jones, Jack Leach, Mason Crane, James Porter, Liam Livingstone, Joe Clarke, Alex Davies, Paul Coughlin, Haseeb Hameed.

Sanjay Myers




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