West Indies collapsed, leaving South Africa in a dominant position


West Indies squandered the hard work of their seamers when they collapsed meekly for 149 inside two sessions, to leave South Africa in a dominant position on day two of the indian cialis canada second Test yesterday.

Starting their innings on resumption from the lunch break after producing a sterling effort to dismiss the Proteas for 298 in their first innings, West Indies tumbled to 56 for four at tea before losing their last six wickets in the final session to fall for their ninth lowest total against the visitors.

Vice-captain Jermaine Blackwood top-scored with 49 and Shai Hope stroked a cautious 43 but wickets tumbled steadily around them, as the home side failed to build partnerships of merit.