Three hit half-centuries for Windies ‘A’
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)