Result: West Indies halt New Zealand progress

New Zealand batsman Tom Lathan is dismissed for 82 as the tourists reach 159-3 at tea in their second Test against the West Indies.

New Zealand have been reduced to 159-3 at tea on the opening day of their second Test against the West Indies at Port of Spain.

The tourists lost just a single wicket in the opening session, but Kane Williamson was dismissed shortly after play resumed in the afternoon.

The all-rounder, who scored a century in the first meeting between these two sides, misread a Shannon Gabriel delivery as he was gone for 42.

Tom Latham appeared to be closing in on a century as tea approached, but edged a Kemar Roach ball to Sulieman Benn at slip 18 runs short of the ton just a couple of overs before the interval.

Ross Taylor (12) and captain Brendam McCullum (4) were at the crease as the team headed into the pavilion for the break.

Kane Williamson of New Zealand bats during day one of the First Test match between New Zealand and India at Eden Park on February 6, 2014
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