Cricket-West Indies v Australia - second test scoreboard

Tue Apr 17, 2012 3:29am IST

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April 16 (Reuters) - Scoreboard at the close of play on the
second day of the second test between West Indies and Australia
at Queen's Park Oval in Trinidad on Monday	
    Australia 1st innings (overnight 208-5)	
 D.Warner c Sammy b Shillingford        29	
 E.Cowan lbw b Roach                    28	
 S.Watson c Barath b Shillingford       56 	
 R.Ponting c Sammy b Roach               7	
 M.Clarke c Shillingford c Deonarine    45	
 M.Hussey c b Deonarine                 73	
 M.Wade c Bravo b Roach                 11	
 J.Pattinson c Bravo c Shillingford     32     	
 B.Hilfenhaus b Roach                    5	
 N.Lyon not out                          7	
 M.Beer lbw b Roach                      2          	
 Extras (lb-5 nb-5 w-1 b-5)             16	
 Total (all out, 135 overs)            311	
    Fall of wickets: 1-53 2-65 3-83 4-167 5-178 6-208 7-297
8-297 9-309 10-311	
    Bowling: Edwards 23-11-45-0 (nb-1), Roach 27-5-105-5 (nb-3
w-1), Sammy 16-6-27-0, Shillingford 49-17-92-3 (nb-1), Deonarine
20-6-32-2	
    West Indies 1st innings	
 A.Barath lbw b Beer                     7	
 K.Brathwaite lbw b Hilfenhaus           0	
 K.Powell lbw b Pattinson               19	
 D.Bravo not out                        16	
 S.Chanderpaul not out                   1	
 Extras (nb-6)                           6	
 Total (for three wickets, 25.3 overs)  49	
    Still to bat: N.Deonarine, C.Baugh, D.Sammy, S.Shillingford,
K.Roach, F.Edwards 	
    Fall of wickets: 1-0 2-26 3-38	
    Bowling: Beer 9.3-5-22-1, Hilfenhaus 5-3-12-1, Lyon 8-4-9-0,
Pattinson 3-2-6-1 (nb-2)
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