Feb 7, 2009

Sport - Cricket;England fight back after Gayle and Sarwan tons

West Indies had a lead of 34 runs with three first-innings wickets in hand against England at the close of the third day of the first test at Sabina Park, a day when neither side was able to get the upper hand.
Just 192 runs were scored as West Indies moved to 352 for seven.
The hosts had hoped to create an imposing total from the impressive foundations built by centurions Chris Gayle and Ramnaresh Sarwan in their 202-run partnership for the second wicket.
But England, thanks to three wickets from seamer Stuart Broad, made the home side work for every run.