Kirk Edwards was at the crease with Darren Bravo © Getty Images
Kirk Edwards was at the crease with Darren Bravo © Getty Images

 

Jun 28, 2014

 

West Indies resume at 169 for two on the third day of their third and final Test match against New Zealand. The West Indies trail by a further 124 runs in the first essay and have eight wickets in hand. Catch LIVE SCORECARD here.

 

On the rain-truncated second day of the ongoing Test, West Indies scored 137 runs and lost two wickets in form of Chris Gayle and Kraigg Brathwaite. While Gayle fell after scoring 42 runs, Brathwaite scored 68 off 116 balls which included 10 boundaries.

 

According to AFP, When the weather closed in after 15 minutes’ play in the post-lunch session, Kirk Edwards (42 not out) and Darren Bravo (8 not out) were seeking to build on the promising position. More showers are forecast on the scheduled third day on Saturday, presenting a challenge to both sides to play the sort of positive, adventurous cricket in the time available over the remaining three days to force a result with the series now locked at 1-1.

 

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