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India 'A' fighting back against Windies 'A'

India ‘A’ are fighting back against the West Indies ‘A’ at stumps on day two of the first unofficial test in Beckenham, England. Faced with a deficit of 249 runs, the indians closed on 159 without loss with under-19 winning captain Prithvi Shaw blasting 101 from 74 balls while Mayank Agarwal is on 56. They still trail by 91 runs.

Earlier, Sunil Ambris stroked 128 as the Caribbean men piled up 383 all out in response to 133 after resuming on 148-3. Ambris' innings was laced with 20 fours and he got support from captain Shamarh Brooks 91 and Floyd Reifer 52. 

Jamaicans Jermaine Blackwood and John Campbell made 18 and two respectively on the opening day. Scores in the match: India ‘A’ 133 and 158-0, West Indies ‘A’ 383 all out.



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