Rain wipes out morning session in West Indies
Sep. 06, 2014
ARNOS VALE, St. Vincent (AP) — Heavy overnight and morning rain caused no play before lunch on day two of the opening cricket test between the West Indies and Bangladesh at Arnos Vale Sports Complex on Saturday.
The skies cleared briefly just before the interval, giving hope to play at some point in the afternoon.
West Indies reached 264-3 on the back of Kraigg Brathwaite's unbeaten 123 on day one.
West Indies 264-3 off 87 overs (Kraigg Brathwaite 123 not out, Chris Gayle 64, Darren Bravo 62; Taijul Islam 2-69, Shuvagata Hom 1-76)