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Pakistan A 261 (Manzoor 104, Masood 44, Permaul 3-68) and 261 for 7 (Manzoor 85, Iqbal 48, Brown 4-100) drew with West Indies A 357 (Powell 98, Brown 66, Shah 5-143)
Pakistan A's batsmen stonewalled throughout the fourth day to ensure that the second and final unofficial Test against West Indies A ended in a draw in Kingstown. Starting the final morning only 26 runs ahead with seven wickets remaining, the overnight pair of Khurram Manzoor and captain Faisal Iqbal set the tone for the day, taking 74 balls to make 20 runs.
Fast bowler Shannon Gabriel had Iqbal caught behind by Denesh Ramdin for 48, but Manzoor - who had made a century in the first innings - carried on for more than half the day. He was ultimately dismissed by legspinner Odean Brown for a marathon 85 off 295 deliveries. When wicketkeeper Sarfraz Ahmed became the seventh man to be dismissed, Pakistan were only 87 runs in front. The two Yasirs, Arafat and Shah, ensured there would be no further stutters for Pakistan, as they batted out almost 22 overs in their unbeaten 59-run eighth-wicket partnership before the game was called off. Brown finished with 4 for 100.
The first unofficial Test, which was marred by rain, was also drawn.
Pakistan A bat out final day to ensure draw
Pakistan A's batsmen stonewalled throughout the fourth day to ensure that the second and final unofficial Test against West Indies A ended in a draw in Kingstown
Brown gives West Indies A chance to win
Odean Brown scored 66 and took three wickets to give West Indies A an opportunity to push for a win against Pakistan A
Powell gives West Indies A upper hand
West Indies A moved into a strong position in their second unofficial Test against Pakistan A thanks to opener Kieran Powell, who fell two runs short of his maiden first-class century