Chanderpaul pushes Test case as Murphy impresses | Prime Minister’s XI v West Indies 2022-23

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Tagenarine Chanderpaul has made the strongest possible case for selection in the first Test against Australia, scoring 119 off 293 against the PMs XI in Canberra, as off-spinner Toddy Murphy impressed again

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