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Saturday 18 August 2018
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Primus, Jangoo lead powerful Red Force

The Trinidad and Tobago Red Force are in a dominant position after day one against the Leeward Islands Hurricanes in round five of the Digicel Regional Four-Day tournament at Warner Park in St Kitts, yesterday.

The Red Force led by medium pacer Roshon Primus dismissed the Hurricanes for 207.

Primus was the best bowler for Red Force snatching four for 57 in 12 overs, while leg spinner Imran Khan continued his impressive season grabbing 3/26 in six overs.

Devon Thomas top scored for Hurricanes scoring 46 off 82 deliveries with two fours and two sixes.

Rahkeem Cornwall was also among the runs scoring an aggressive 43 off 40 balls with four fours and three sixes.

In reply, the TT opening pair of Amir Jangoo and Kyle Hope scored at four runs an over to close on 148 without loss in 37 overs.

Jangoo ended on 81 not out off 113 balls hitting seven fours and six sixes.

Hope also cracked an unbeaten half century ending the day on 61 off 112 balls which included eight fours.


Barbados Pride 282/7 (Justin Greaves 72 not out, Kenroy Williams 68, Kevin Stoute 47, Keon Joseph 3/63, Keemo Paul 2/54) vs Guyana Jaguars

Windward Islands Volcanoes 200 (Devon Smith 116 not out, Nikita Miller 5/60, John Campbell 3/38) vs Jamaica Scorpions 43/0 (J Campbell 37 not out)


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