Windies A close in on two-nil series lead

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — West Indies A marched closer to victory at lunch on Tuesday's third day of the second unofficial four-day Test against England Lions at Sabina Park, by restricting the tourists to 104-5 in their second innings.

The Lions still require an additional 173 runs to make West Indies A bat a second time.

Scores: England Lions 145 (57 ovs) & 104-5 (46 ovs); West Indies A 422 (110.4 ovs).

Liam Livingstone is unbeaten on three, while Paul Coughlin is on one.

The Lions started the day on 34 without loss in their second innings, but lost five wickets in the morning session.

The Lions' left-hand batsman Nick Gubbins has top-scored so far with 22. West Indies A left-arm spinner Jomel Warrican has taken 2-21 to have 10 wickets in the match after his first-innings bowling heroics.

Sanjay Myers

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