Result: New Zealand in control against West Indies

New Zealand open up a 236-run lead over the West Indies at lunch on day four of their deciding third Test in Bridgetown.

New Zealand have opened up a 236-run lead over the West Indies at lunch on day four of the deciding third Test in Bridgetown.

Starting the day 99 runs ahead on 123-3, the tourists ended the session on 260-5 as Kane Williamson made his seventh Test century for the Kiwis.

New Zealand lost their first wicket when Brendan McCullum (25) was dismissed lbw by Kemar Roach to leave his side on 135-4 after 37 overs.

Jimmy Neesham and Williamson negotiated another 21 overs out in the middle before the former was sent back to the pavilion by debutant Jason Holder for 51.

Williamson (121 not out) will be joined at the crease by BJ Watling (15 not out) when play resumes.

Tom Latham of New Zealand bats during day three of the 2nd Test match between New Zealand and India at the Basin Reserve on February 16, 2014
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