Bangladesh A's poor batting continued when they started their innings on the second day of the second and final four-day match against West Indies High Performance Centre at Bridgetown yesterday.
Left-arm paceman Sheldon Cottrell removed openers Shamsur Rahman and Imrul Kayes as the visitors were reduced to 31 for two. Jonathan Carter then dismissed Mominul Haque for three as the visitors reached 56 for three with Marshal Ayub batting on 10 when the last report was filed.
Shamsur fended a bouncer to slip to be out for four while Kayes was caught down the leg side playing a hook for 21.
Earlier, the home side recovered from a poor start to finish their first innings on 354 courtesy of half-centuries from Leon Johnson and Carter.