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EPP battle back

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England's Performance Programme squad enjoyed the better of day two of their tour match against Western Australia A at Lark Hill.

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Resuming on 304-4 in their first innings, the home side were eventually bowled out for 388, losing six wickets for 84 runs during the day.

Hampshire spinner Danny Briggs returned figures of 4-60, while Durham paceman Liam Plunkett claimed 2-86.

In reply, Craig Kieswetter went for 14, but an unbeaten 87 from James Taylor and a rapid 70 off 84 balls from Ben Stokes saw the EPP through to 206-3 at the close, still 182 behind.