Bangladesh A 252 and 130 for 8 (Daggett 4-41) drew with Warwickshire 361 for 9 dec (Maddy 100*, Groenewald 78, Nazmul Hossain 5-90)

Lee Daggett did his best to bowl out Bangladesh A, with four wickets for Warwickshire, but they clung on eight wickets down to stave off defeat. Darren Maddy's unbeaten hundred had earlier given his side a handy advantage at Edgbaston allowing them to declare on 361 for 9.

Tim Groenewald added 78, while sharing a useful stand of 108 with Maddy, as Nazmul Hossain ended with five wickets. The home side declared with a lead of 109, but there appeared little chance of a positive result. However, they nearly claimed the win.

Bangladesh had just about erased the deficit, Nazimuddin reaching 39, when wickets began to tumble but Rajin Saleh's 100-ball 21 helped them salvage the draw.

Bangladesh A now head to Leicestershire for another three-dayer which starts this Wednesday.