Doug Bracewell under ball tampering watch
Fri, 27 Jul 2012 6:25a.m.
The BlackCaps batting resistance hasn't lasted as long as they'd hoped on day two of the first test against the West Indies in Antigua.
Starting the day at 232 for 4, wickets fell at regular intervals for the BlackCaps. Sunil Narine picked up his first 5 wicket bag in test cricket.
But some tail end hitting from Doug Bracewell who belted 39 runs off 31 balls including a couple of sixes lifted the BlackCaps to 351 all out.
Chris Gayle's again the main threat as the West Indies begin their run chase.
But there's been suggestions of ball tampering - the umpires keeping a close eye on Bracewell after the television coverage caught him using his nails.
Watch the Firstline report for more.
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