Spinner Sunil Narine claimed 4-93 and pacer Kemar Roach took 2-55 as New Zealand were stifled by disciplined West Indies bowling to reach 287-7 at lunch on the second day of the first Test.
The Black Caps, overnight 232-4, ground out 55 runs for the loss of three wickets off 28 overs in a slow-scoring morning session.
New Zealand 287-7 (Martin Guptill 97, Daniel Flynn 45, Ross Taylor 45; Sunil Narine 4-93)
Boucher can regain his eyesight: Doctor
Johannesburg: Former South Africa wicketkeeper Mark Boucher could regain most of the sight in his left eye after a freak accident tore his retina, his doctor said.
“While it is impossible to predict the long-term outcome of Mark's eye injury, his medical team are nevertheless cautiously optimistic that he will have a reasonable recovery of the vision in his left eye,” his doctor Peter Sandell said.