West Indies Cricket Board President's XI 281 for 7 (Hope 118*, Chandrika 69, Warrican 50*, Mishra 4-67) drew with Indians 258 for 6 (Rohit 54*, Dhawan 51, Rahul 50)
Amit Mishra's figures of 4 for 67 and Shai Hope's unbeaten 118, an innings that featured 15 fours, highlighted the second day of the Indians' drawn warm-up match against West Indies Cricket Board President's XI in Basseterre.
After India declared overnight on 258 for 6, Bhuvneshwar Kumar removed captain Leon Johnson for 2 in the seventh over of the day. However, Rajendra Chandrika and Hope got together to share a 122-run second-wicket stand to stabilise the Board President's XI.
Mishra sparked a middle-order collapse by having Chandrika stumped for 69 and Jermaine Blackwood was caught behind off the next ball. A score of 129 for 1 quickly turned to 177 for 7 as the Indians made regular breakthroughs in the last two sessions.
Hope, though, found an able ally in left-arm spinner Jomel Warrican, who compiled a brisk half-century. Hope and Warrican combined for a 104-run partnership before the game was drawn.
All of India's seamers - Bhuvneshwar, Mohammed Shami, Umesh Yadav and Ishant Sharma - bowled at least 13 overs each. The Indians next play a three-day warm-up game against the same opposition starting July 14 on the same ground.