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CRICKET: West Indies 'A' looking to restrict Sri Lanka 'A' on day two

Published:Thursday | June 6, 2013 | 7:06 AM

Melton Williams, Gleaner Writer



The West Indies 'A' team will go in search of quick wickets when the opening four-day Test against Sri Lanka 'A' resumes this morning at Warner Park in St Kitts.




The visitors will resume on 310 for five.



Jamaica spinner Nikita Miller has taken four of the five wickets to fall.



Miller ended yesterday's first day with figures of four for 93 from 33 overs.



Test opener Dimuth Karunaratne led Sri Lanka on the opening day with a century.



The skipper was dismissed shortly after reaching his century.

He scored 101.



Kithruwan Withanage 62, Udara Jayasundera 59 and Ashan Priyanjana 51 recorded half centuries.



The two teams are contesting a seven-match series.



The series comprises two four-day test matches, two Twenty20 games and three One-Day Internationals.



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