McKenzie scores back to back half centuries for Windies "A"

Jamaican Kirk McKenzie Jr scored back to back half centuries on the West Indies 'A' tour of Bangladesh, as the visitors reached 268-6 at stumps on day two of their 4-day unofficial test in Dhaka. The Caribbean side leads by 31 runs.

McKenzie who is on his first tour with the Windies 'A' team, scored 91 before being dismissed on the stroke of tea, as the Windies 'A' look to take a 1-0 lead in the series.

McKenzie shared in a 128 run second wicket partnership with with Raymon Reifer who made 37 following the loss of Tagenarine Chanderpaul for 4.

The struggles for another Jamaican, Brandon King, continued as he was dismissed for a duck for the second time this series.

Keacy Karty 68 and Alick Athanaze 47, are the other wickets to fall for the Windies 'A' on the second day. Captain Joshua da Silva 9 ad Kevin Sinclair 1, are the batters at the crease at the close.

Earlier, resuming at 175-5, Bangladesh 'A' were dismissed for 237. Shahadat Hossain Dipu who was 28 not out at the close went on to top score with 73.

Afif Hossain made 37, while Saif Hassan made 31 from the opening day. Pacer Akeem Jordan ended with 5-45, while spinner Kevin Sinclair had 2-43 for the West Indians.

The series is locked at 0-0 all as the first match ended in a draw.

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