Kieran Powell © Getty Images (File Photo)
Kieran Powell © Getty Images (File Photo)


Jun 10, 2014


New Zealand are on the drivers seat after two days of play of the first Test against West Indies through well constructed centuries from Kane Williamson and Jimmy Neesham and patient knocks of 83 and 89 by Tom Latham and BJ Watling. The visitors declared on 508 for seven and West Indies finished the end of of the second day’s play at 19 for no loss. Catch Live Scorecard of the West Indies vs New Zealand 1st Test here


Being sent into bat at the close of the day’s play, Keiron Powell played some cracking shots to get their innings under way. Tim Southee then induced an edge of Powell’s bat and Peter Fulton’s match went from bad to worse when he dropped a regulation catch at slip. Catch the live blog of the match here


It will be interesting to see how they fare in the third day.


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