Alastair Cook wasted little time in moving from his overnight 95 to three figures before retiring out on 101 against a St Kitts and Nevis XI on day two of England’s first warm-up game on their Caribbean tour.
The captain played the day’s opening ball for four to third man via a controlled edge and in the next over punched two runs off the back foot to raise his first England ton since November 2013 when he made 154 retired out in an Ashes warm-up versus Australia A in Hobart.
— England Cricket (@ECB_cricket) April 7, 2015
Today is the last day of this match, which will immediately be followed by another two-day fixture versus the same opponents tomorrow and Thursday. The first Test of three with West Indies starts a week today.
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