Rain washes out first session of NZ-Windies test
WELLINGTON, Mar 27 (Reuters) Overnight rain washed out the morning session on the third day of the final test between New Zealand and West Indies in Napier today.
The umpires were planning to inspect the pitch during the scheduled lunch break to see if play could start later in the day.
West Indies were to resume on 256 for four in their first innings with Runako Morton unbeaten on 70 and Dwayne Bravo not out 22.
The first two days were also badly interrupted by inclement weather with less than 80 overs completed.
New Zealand have an unbeatable 2-0 lead in the three-match series after winning the first test in Auckland by 27 runs then the second in Wellington by 10 wickets.
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