Sussex v West Indians, Hove, 3rd day
Rain Frustrates West Indies Again08-May-2012 02:50:00 GMT
London: West Indies' attempts to get in some meaningful practice ahead of the first Test against England in a fortnight were again dashed by rain as their tour opener against Sussex ended in a draw.
Bad weather meant a three-day match at the south coast county's Hove headquarters produced just 34 overs in total, with the West Indies closing on 90 for three.
The biggest plus point for the tourists was that the 11 players who are currently with the squad in England -- the West Indies are waiting on Assad Fudadin and Narsingh Deonarine, delayed because of visas problems in Jamaica, as well as Marlon Samuels, following his Indian Premier League spell -- appeared to come through the match unscathed.
West Indies 90 for 3