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    As it happened: West Indies vs New Zealand, Day 3

    (For ball-by-ball commentary scroll down to the bottom of the page)

    Pre-Match: Allrounder Jimmy Neesham became the first New Zealander, and just the eighth player overall, to score centuries in each of his first two Tests as the tourists ended the second day of the first Test against West Indies with a huge first innings lead.

    Neesham, who scored 137 not out on debut against India in February, was dismissed for 107 after sharing a 201-run partnership with wicketkeeper BJ Watling (89) to take the visitors to 508 for seven declared at Sabina Park in Kingston.

    West Indies openers Chris Gayle (8) and Kieran Powell (11) guided the hosts to 19 without loss at stumps, still 489 runs in arrears.