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Chase hits 137 as West Indies draw second Test against India at Sabina Park

Published:Wednesday | August 3, 2016 | 8:41 PM
West Indies' centurion Roston Chase misses a delivery of India's Ishant Sharma during day five of their second cricket Test match at the Sabina Park Cricket Ground in Kingston - AP Photo

An unbeaten 100 from batsman Roston Chase and half-centuries from wicketkeeper Shane Dowich, Jermaine Blackwood and captain Jason Holder rallied the West Indies to a draw against India in the second Royal Stag Test at Sabina Park on Wednesday.

Resuming on 48 for four this morning with a deficit of 264 runs, the West Indies in their second innings remained at the crease the entire fifth and final day before closing 388 for six.

The 24-year-old Chase, playing in his second Test, finished unbeaten on 137, while Dowich made 74, Holder 64 and Blackwood 63.

Chase, who also claimed his first his first five-wicket haul in Tests on day three, was named man-of-the-match.

The West Indies will now turn their attention to the third Test, which will be played in St Lucia at the Darren Sammy Stadium with the Indians leading the series 1-0.

- Jermaine Lannaman