Three hit half-cen­turies for Windies ‘A’

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FLORENCE HALL – West Indies “A”, pow­ered by un­beaten half-cen­turies from Vin­cen­tian Su­nil Am­bris and Guyanese Vishaul Singh, bat­ted solidly on the open­ing day of the first four-day cricket “Test” against Sri Lanka “A” yes­ter­day at the Trelawny Multi- Pur­pose Sta­dium

At the close, West Indies, who won the toss, were 236 for four, with righthander Am­bris on 62 not out and Singh on a pa­tient 58 in 238 min­utes.

Am­bris, who made an en­cour­ag­ing One-day de­but dur­ing the West Indies’ tour of Eng­land, stroked ten fours off 75 balls in two hours at the crease. Singh, who faced 174 balls, has three bound­aries.

Ear­lier, Ja­maican left-handed opener John Camp­bell hit 56, with six fours, off 108 balls in 178 min­utes. (EZS)

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