Cricket.....and after three days play in the fourth test between the West Indies and the?
Cricket.....and after three days play in the fourth test between the West Indies and the touring Australian side at Port of Spain in Trinidad, a result seems almost certain. The West Indies who have a two-to-one lead in the series, have reached 280 for 9 wickets in their second innings to give them an overall lead of 282 in the match. On the second day Australia batting made 290 in their first innings in reply to the West Indies' 292 runs
SYNOPSIS: The second day of the test began with the Australian bowlers quickly dismissing the remaining West Indian tail-enders. Jeff Thomson clean bowls his opposing fast bowler, Vanburn Holder. Holder out for seven.
Jim Higgs to Derek Parry who comes forward out of his crease to be stumped by the Australian wicketkeeper, Rixon. He scored 22 and the West Indies are all out for 292 runs.
It didn't take long for the West Indies fast bowler, Vanburn Holder, to break through the top of the Australian line-up. He has Rick Darling out for 10 caught by Raphick Jumadeen.
Nobert Phillip bowls to the Australian opener Graeme Wood who gets the edge to be caught behind by wicketkeeper David Murray for 16. Australia went to lunch having lost two wickets and scoring 43 runs.
Jeff Thomson, the man who had Holder out in the West Indies innings, came out to face Holder at his best. And the West Indian got his revenge.
Bruce Yardley faces up to Holder. He goes too, caught by Basil Williams in the slips for 22.
It was a magnificent spell of bowling from Holder. Here he clean bowls Wayne Clark for four, to finish the innings with figures of 6 wickets for 28. Australia all out for 290 and the hero of the day Vanburn Holder.