Sunil Ambris was relentless in his 98-ball knock, which included 17 boundaries and five sixes. @ Getty Images
Sunil Ambris was relentless in his 98-ball knock, which included 17 boundaries and five sixes. @ Getty Images

Sunil Ambris scored a brisk century to guide West Indies to 360 for six declared after Board President XI scored 360 on Saturday as the two-day warm-up match ended in a draw at Vadodara on Sunday. Ambris was relentless in his 98-ball knock, which included 17 boundaries and five sixes to increase his stakes in the playing eleven for the Test which begins in Rajkot on October 4.

Earlier, in reply to BPXI’s total, West Indies were off to a good start with Kraigg Braithwaite (52) and Kieran Powell (44) stitching a 105-run stand for the opening wicket before both batsmen retired hurt. Shai Hope scored 36, while wicketkeeper Shane Dowrich scored 65.

For BPXI, young pacer Avesh Khan returned with figures of four for 60, while left-arm spinner Saurabh Kumar (2/126) picked up two wickets.