India A Returns Shockwaves to Windies A to Leave Second Test in the Balance

In a game which has see-sawed from one team to the other, day two of the second test match between India A and West Indies A, ended with the game intriguingly poised.
The Windies A commenced day two with the score on 243 for 5 and led by a scintillating, unbeaten knock by Rahkeem Cornwall, managed to get to 318 all out.
The India A team in response was soon sent reeling on its head, to be at one point 20 runs for 5 wickets. Chemar Holder was their main tormentor.
However, opener Priyank Panchal teamed up with the number seven batsman, Shivam Dube to take their team out of the obvious hole and get them to a more respectable 190 all out.
The Windies A team with a useful lead of 128 runs would have been bubbling with anticipation of giving the visitors a huge victory target to chase.
However, with just a few overs remaining in the day’s play, the Indian opening bowlers, sent shock waves into the Windies camp, when they knocked over four of the early batsmen, with just 12 runs on the board.
This effectively leaves the match wide opened once more and makes for an interesting third day.
Summarized scores: Windies A 318 all out; India A 190 all out-Chemar Holder 5 for 54; Romario Shepherd 3 for 29 and Raymond Reifer 2 for 42
Windies A 12 for 4
Windies A leads by 140 runs with 6 wickets in hand.

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