Hampshire new boy Sam Northeast was out for three on his England Lions debut against West Indies A.

The Lions, already 2-0 down going into the final match of the series, responded to the hosts’ 236 with a paltry 102 - which included a resolute and disciplined 48 by Haseeb Hameed.

Jomel Warrican (6-33) and Rahkeem Cornwall (3-46) shared nine wickets, as West Indies A stamped their authority on the final “Test”, closing 291 runs ahead at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium.

England Lions were left to rue a disastrous first session where seven wickets were lost, as slow left-armer Warrican took his tally to 25 wickets for the series.

Northeast struggled to get going at number five, having only landed on the Island 48 hours earlier, and flicked Cornwall to Jahmar Hamilton at short-leg to depart for three.

Wicket-keeper batsman Alex Davies (8), was bowled through the gate and Hameed trapped lbw. Jack Leach then followed Hameed back to the pavilion first ball, after Cornwall took a diving catch at leg-slip off Warrican, and the Lions were all of a sudden 92/7.

Paul Coughlin (11) showed brief resistance but he and Richard Gleeson, who handed Warrican a return catch, were out in quick succession before Dom Bess was stumped by Shane Dowrich. T West Indies A extended their134-run advantage by reaching 157-4 at the end of the seonc day of the day/night match.

Somerset spinners Bess (3-45) and Leach (1-29) took the wickets.