WI-A vs BN-A, 2nd Day Highlights: Tagenarine Chanderpaul solid start helped West Indies ‘A’ close to lead

2nd Day of the 1st four-day Test match between West Indies A and Bangladesh A Ended 5th August at the Daren Sammy National Cricket Stadium.

Marquino Mindley’s early three-wickets as West Indies ‘A’ grabbed the honours on a shortened opening day of the first four-day Test against Bangladesh ‘A’ on Thursday.

At the close on day two (Friday) at the Daren Sammy Cricket Ground, the West indies were well placed on 165 for three, requiring only three runs to overhaul Bangladesh A’s first innings of 167.

The left-hander Tagenarine Chanderpaul, Scored 49 while Keacy Carty stroked 36 and opener Jeremy Solozano, 32.

Tevin Imlach was unbeaten at the end on 23, partnered by captain Joshua Da Silva on 14.

Earlier, fast bowler Marquino Mindley added a further two wickets to his tally to end with five for 59 as Bangladesh A, resuming from their overnight 135 for six, lost their last four wickets cheaply.

Captain Mohammad Mithun, unbeaten on 42, was first out for 50, striking eight fours off 85 balls. Fast bowling all-rounder Justin Greaves added another wicket to his collection to end with three for 26.

Summarised Scores:

BANGLADESH A 167 (Mohammad Mithun 50, Nayeem Hasan 27; Marquino Mindley 5-59, Justin Greaves 3-26) vs WEST INDIES A 165 for three (Tagenarine Chanderpaul 49, Keacy Carty 36, Jeremy Solozano 32, Tevin Imlach 23 not out)

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