Chase leads Windies recovery against Pakistan - AOL UK

Roston Chase led a West Indies recovery on day one of the second Test against Pakistan to put his side in a strong position. Chase struck his second Test century and it came at the perfect time for the Windies at Kensington Oval on Sunday. Having ...

Chase hundred rescues wobbling Windies - Barbados Today

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – Phlegmatic right-hander Roston Chase carved out a fluent unbeaten hundred to avert another West Indies catastrophe and frustrate Pakistan, on the opening day of the second Test at Kensington Oval here Sunday. With the ...

Chase century lifts Windies out of trouble against Pakistan - The Star Online

(Reuters) - A polished century by Roston Chase guided West Indies out of trouble and into a decent position on 286 for six against Pakistan on the first day of the second test in Barbados on Sunday. Chase, 131 at stumps, combined with captain Jason ...

West Indies rally around Chase ton - Cricket365.com

The West Indies recovered from a dire position earlier in the day to put 286 for 6 on the board by close of play on day one of the second Test against Pakistan. The hosts inexperienced top four caved on them yet again with the West Indies finding ...

Roston Chase, Jason Holder turn it around for West Indies on Day 1: As it happened - The Indian Express

Roston Chase scored a century while his skipper Jason Holder chipped in with a 50 as they led West Indies to stability on Day 1. Pakistan Tour of West Indies, 2017 - 2nd Test. West Indies. 8/0 (2.1). vs. Pakistan. Batting. Kraigg Brathwaite *7 (8).

Pakistan vs West Indies, 2nd Test, Barbados, Day 1: Roston Chase keeps Pakistan at bay gritty ton - Cricket Country

Roston Chase is the man for West Indies when in peril. He had defied Pakistan in the first innings of the series opener at Kingston with a solid half-century. In the second game, he went one step ahead. By CricketCountry Staff. | Updated : May 1, 2017 ...

Chase ton and Holder half-century steady West Indies - Nation News

Roston Chase (left) and West Indies captain Jason Holder are both unbeaten after the first day of the second Test match against Pakistan at Kensington Oval. (Picture by Kenmore Bynoe). MORE ARTICLES. $22 million property sale Read More · AS I SEE ...

2nd test: Chase, Holder lead West Indies to 286-6 v Pakistan - Daily Mail

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (AP) - Roston Chase scored his second test century and Jason Holder his sixth test 50 as West Indies dominated the evening session on day 1 of the second test against Pakistan to reach 286-6 at stumps on Sunday.

Roston Chase's century scripts remarkable turnaround - Cricbuzz

Roston Chase reigned supreme with a superbly paced unbeaten 131 and shared a timely undefeated stand of 132 with Jason Holder (58 not out) to steer West Indies to calmer waters at stumps on Day 1 of the second Test against Pakistan in Barbados on ...

Classy Chase leads West Indies rally - ESPNcricinfo.com

A day that started with ominous familiarity for the West Indies ended in unexpected success as the hosts recovered from a middle order meltdown to post 286 for 6 at stumps. Roston Chase was primarily responsible for the turnaround, an unbeaten 131 ...

Ton-up Chase, Holder give West Indies edge - Yahoo News

Roston Chase's second Test hundred and fine support from captain Jason Holder in a record unbroken partnership lifted the West Indies to 286 for six at stumps on the opening day of the second Test against Pakistan at Kensington Oval in on Sunday.

Live Cricket Score, Pakistan vs West Indies, 2nd Test, Day 1 - Cricket Country

Despite rain playing a spoilsport, Pakistan romped home to a 7-wicket win in the first Test at Kingston, Jamaica. By Rohan Arun Sawant. | Updated : May 1, 2017 3:10 AM IST. 0 Shares. Facebook share · Twitter share · Share on Google+ · Share on Whatsapp.

Roston Chase races to West Indies rescue against Pakistan - The New Indian Express

Chase's attractive innings has so far occupied 110 deliveries, a span at the crease highlighted by 11 fours. (File | AP). BRIDGETOWN: Roston Chase saved the West Indies from complete collapse with an unbeaten 70 as the home side reached 166 for six at ...

Next 48 Hours - The Straits Times

Pakistan's captain Misbah-ul-Haq hits a boundary to score the winning runs as his West Indies' counterpart Jason Holder (left) and wicketkeeper Shane Dowrich (right) watch, on the final day of the first Test match between West Indies and Pakistan at ...

Pakistan aims to create history in West Indies - Greater Kashmir

Out of the above-mentioned series, Pakistan registered well-earned 1-1 draws in 1988, 2005 and 2011 which was the green-shirts' last tour to the West Indies when Misbah led the side. GKNN Bridgetown, Publish Date: May 1 2017 12:43AM | Updated Date: ...

Windies labouring against Pakistan - SBS

Pakistan took three wickets in the afternoon session but couldn't dislodge Roston Chase as West Indies reached 6-166 at tea on day one of the second Test. Source: AAP. 1 May 2017 - 5:38 AM UPDATED 2 HOURS AGO ...

Pakistan vs West Indies, 2nd Test, Barbados, tea: Pakistan put West Indies in further trouble despite Roston Chase's ... - Cricket Country

For West Indies, Roston Chase has been the strong point as he is still unbeaten on 70 off 110 deliveries along with his skipper Jason Holder who is yet to open his account having faced 12 deliveries. By CricketCountry Staff. | Updated : May 1, 2017 12 ...

Chase trying to rescue Windies - Nation News

Roston Chase is unbeaten on 70 as West Indies continue to struggle against Pakistan in the second Test match. (Picture by Kenmore Bynoe). MORE ARTICLES. $22 million property sale Read More · AS I SEE THINGS: Revisit models of economic ...

Cricket: West Indies 166-6 at tea - Yahoo Cricket (blog)

West Indies were 166 for six in their first innings at tea on the opening day of the second Test against Pakistan at Kensington Oval in Barbados on Sunday. West Indies' vulnerable top-order batting was again exploited by Pakistan after choosing to bat ...

Powell, Chase fight back after top order slump - Barbados Today

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – West Indies were fighting back following another poor start as Pakistan made early inroads on the opening day of the second Test at Kensington Oval here Sunday. At lunch, the Caribbean side were 72 for three with opener ...