Tour Match, Canberra, November 17 - 19, 2022, West Indies tour of Australia

Match drawn


West Indies falter again during chastening warm-up

The tourists lost four cheap wickets in their second innings after the bowling was flayed in Canberra

Devon Thomas (right) top-scored in both innings  •  Cricket West Indies

Devon Thomas (right) top-scored in both innings  •  Cricket West Indies

West Indians 424 for 9 dec (Thomas 77*, Brathwaite 75, Brooks 56, Holder 50) and 114 for 4 drew with Combined NSW & ACT XI 426 for 4 (MacDonald 177*, Davies 115)
West Indies' batters missed a chance to find their groove on Australian pitches before their tour game against a NSW/ACT XI was declared a draw.
The visitors were 114 for 4 in their second innings on Saturday at Manuka Oval when play was called off, the hosts declaring earlier in the day on a mammoth 426 for 4.
Opener Tagenarine Chanderpaul, the son of West Indies great Shivnarine Chanderpaul, made just 4 after not batting in West Indies' first innings effort due to illness.
Jermaine Blackwood, who retired on 42 in the first innings, made just 1.
West Indies were 77 for 4 before Roston Chase (31*) and Joshua Da Silva (12*) ensured no further damage was done.
Earlier Blake MacDonald finished unbeaten on 177 after No. 3 Oliver Davies had smashed 115 off just 106 balls on Friday in a wake-up call for the West Indies attack.
The tourists will play a four-day twilight fixture against a strong Prime Minister's XI from Wednesday before Tests against in Perth and Adelaide.

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