Mark Craig tries to evade a short ball while batting on day four. (WICB)
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Day 4 Round-up: The West Indies bowlers produced a spirited performance to put a series-levelling victory in sight against New Zealand after four days of the second Test.
New Zealand, facing a first-innings deficit of 239, reached 257 for 8 in their second innings, leading by 18 with two wickets in hand. Kemar Roach toiled manfully on a placid Queen's Park Oval pitch to claim 3 for 53 while fellow pacer Jerome Taylor took 2 for 46. Left-arm spinner Sulieman Benn grabbed 2 for 62 from a marathon 49 overs, and claimed a sensational return catch.