Paul and Reifer help to tame the Lions
CRICKET: West Indies A recovered from 153-7 to post a target of 257 which would prove to be unassailable as the England Lions lost the one-day series.
Keemo Paul (55) and Raymon Reifer (45no) helped steady the ship after the Windies A top order struggled to make an impact at Coolidge.
Kieran Powell was the first to fall for just 10 in the sixth, while opening partner Devon Thomas fell for eight two balls later.
Lions opening bowlers Richard Gleeson and Sam Curran took three wickets apiece, while Matt Parkinson and Dominic Bess were also in the wickets.
But Jermaine Blackwood and Jahmar Hamilton scored 53 and 35 as the visitors were set a target which would prove to be beyond their reach, with the Windies A winning by 25 runs to take a 2-0 lead in the series.