The Star – Malaysia – WELLINGTON (Reuters) – New Zealand’s bowlers ripped through the West Indies tail after lunch on the fourth day of the first test on Monday to record an innings and 67-run victory and take a 1-0 lead in their two-match series.

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  • WELLINGTON (Reuters) – New Zealand’s bowlers ripped through the West Indies tail after lunch on the fourth day of the first test on Monday to record an innings and 67-run victory and take a 1-0 lead in their two-match series.
  • He ended 107 not out.Kraigg Brathwaite anchored West Indies’ improved second innings with 91, but when he was trapped in front at 231 for three by Mitchell Santner just before the second new ball was taken, their resistance crumbled.
  • The visitors had resumed on 286 for five after lunch on day four before they collapsed with De Grandhomme snaring two quick wickets, while Wagner and Trent Boult shared the other three.The second test is at Seddon Park in Hamilton from Dec.


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