W EST Indies captain Darren Sammy said a few days ago that if his team could eliminate poor sessions, they would start to make real progress.
Yesterday suggested it might be sufficient to put a stop to 10-minute bursts of self-destructive insanity.
By 3.30pm, the tourists had chipped 36 runs off England's substantial but hardly insuperable first-innings lead of 155 without losing a wicket. When the players trooped off for tea at 3.40pm, they had lost three wickets without adding a run in that 10-minute spell.
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