A file photo of Brendon McCullum. (Getty Images)
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Pre-Match: Experienced seamer Tim Southee and debutant offspinner Mark Craig shared the bowling honours as New Zealand dismissed the West Indies for 262 to take a potentially match-winning 246-run first innings lead late on the third day of the first Test at Sabina Park in Jamaica on Tuesday.
By the close, the Black Caps had extended that advantage to 260 in reaching seven for two in their second innings.
Opener Peter Fulton and first innings centurion Kane Williamson fell cheaply but the tourists go into the fourth day still very much in command.