ST. GEORGE'S (Grenada) (AFP) - Rain took a sizeable chunk out of the day, but Bangladesh still held all the aces with West Indies wobbly on 192 for eight in their second innings in the second and final Test on Sunday. The Bangladesh spinners continued to torment the West Indies' batsmen, and the home team could only extend their lead to 197 in the time available on the third day at the Queen's Park Stadium Complex. The entire evening session was lost to the weather, after rain had earlier stopped play about half-hour before lunch, and the afternoon session started about an hour and 10 minutes later than scheduled after the interval. The Tigers' spinners applied the pressure throughout the truncated day and the West Indies' batsmen - except for birthday boy Dave Bernard Jr - cracked. Shakib Al Hasan has been Bangladesh's most successful bowler with four wickets for 61 runs from 22 overs, and fellow left-arm spinner Enamul Haque Jr has taken two for 42 from 15 overs. But the Bangladeshis found Bernard hard to dislodge, and he reached 50 for the third time in the series, when he swung his 56th ball from Enamul over mid-wicket for his sixth four. The Tigers spinners were never able to dominate him, and the lanky all-rounder struck six fours and one six in an unbeaten 61 from 71 balls in a little over two hours. The weather intervened before lunch to set Bangladesh's effort back, after their spinners, led by Shakib, bowled them back into contention, when they reduced West Indies to 124 for five at the interval. Shakib made the breakthrough in the eighth over of the morning, after West Indies continued from their overnight total of 56 for one. The acting Bangladesh captain removed Omar Phillips, when the left-handed opener was caught at deep square leg for 29. Four overs later, Shakib had Ryan Hinds caught at leg-slip for two, when the left-handed batsman gloved a sweep shot. Off-spinner Mahmudullah, who has been the most successful bowler for Bangladesh in the series, then removed West Indies captain Floyd Reifer for three to a questionable lbw decision from New Zealand umpire Tony Hill. Video replays suggested that Reifer was struck just outside the off-stump and the ball would have spun away from lanky left-hander. Enamul Haque Jr then added to West Indies' pain, when he scalped Travis Dowlin for 49 to an incredulous lbw verdict from Hill to leave West Indies 110 for five. The TV replays again suggested that the batsman was struck just outside the off-stump and the ball would have spun away past the stumps. When play resumed after lunch, the Bangladesh spinners wheeled away, and Bernard and Darren Sammy spent the first 40 minutes putting up their best defence. But things became undone, when Enamul had Sammy caught at mid-wicket for 22 to trigger a decline which saw West Indies lose three wickets for 21 runs in the space of 43 balls. Shakib, leading Bangladesh in the absence of the injured Mashrafe Mortaza, had Chadwick Walton caught at slip for one edging a loose drive at a wide ball before Shahadat Hossain returned for a second spell and had Ryan Austin caught in the mid-wicket region for three. Rain sent the players scampering for a slightly early tea break, and they never returned to the field, despite several attempts. Bangladesh lead the two-Test series 1-0, after they won the opening Test which ended last Monday in St. Vincent by 95 runs. The Tigers need only to draw the match to clinch their first-ever Test series victory overseas. SCOREBOARD WEST INDIES, 1st Innings: 237 (T. Dowlin 95; Mahmadullah 3-44) BANGLADESH, 1st Innings: 232 (Mushfiqur Rahim 48; K. Roach 6-48) WEST INDIES, 2nd Innings: (overnight 56 for one) D. Richards lbw b Shakib Al Hasan 12 O. Phillips c Ashraful b Shakib 29 T. Dowlin lbw b Enamul Haque 49 R. Hinds c Mahmudullah b Shakib 2 F. Reifer lbw b Mahmudullah 3 D. Bernard not out 61 D. Sammy c Raqibul b Enamul 22 C. Walton c Mahmudullah b Shakib 1 R. Austin c Tamim b Shahadat 3 T. Best not out 4 EXTRAS: (lb2, nb4) 6 TOTAL: (8 wkts, 259 mins, 65.2 overs) 192 Fall of wickets: 1-20 (Richards), 2-72 (Phillips), 3-84 (Hinds), 4-95 (Reifer), 5-110 (Dowlin), 6-166 (Sammy), 7-167 (Walton), 8-187 (Austin) BOWLING: Rubel Hossain 8.2-1-32-0 (nb3) Shahadat Hossain 4-0-18-1 Enamul Haque Jr 15-2-42-2 (nb1) Shakib Al Hasan 22-3-61-4 Mahmudullah 15-1-37-1 Mohammad Ashraful 1-1-0-0 Match position: West Indies lead by 197 runs with two second innings wickets standing Umpires: A. de Silva (SLK), A. Hill (NZL) TV umpire: C. Duncan (WIS) Match referee: A. Pycroft (ZIM) Reserve umpire: G. Greaves (WIS).