Akim Frazer and Chemar Holder claimed three wickets apiece as West Indies A bowled out India A for 201 on Day one of the third unofficial test at Tarouba in Trinidad on Tuesday.

Put to bat first by the host, India A's Abhimanyu Easwaran perished for a duck when the team had just managed to put seven runs on the board.

Later, Mayank Agarwal and Priyank Panchal spent some time at the wicket to take the score to 45, before Frazer managed to get rid of Agarwal.

The 24-year-old Jamaican also managed to send back Shubman Gill, who walked in next, for nought. Panchal too became Frazer's victim soon as India A was left reeling at 48 for four.

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India wicket-keeper Wriddhiman Saha alongside skipper Hanuma Vihari put up 86 runs for the fifth wicket with both batsmen scoring half-centuries.

After Saha's departure, Shivam Dube resisted the Windies A attack for a while as the duo of Holder and Cariah combined to dismiss the lower order cheaply as the last five wickets fell for just 11 runs.

Later, West Indies A openers Montcin Hodge and Jeremy Solozano gave its side a decent start but spinner Krishnappa Gowtham provided an early breakthrough by removing Hodge.