June 22, 2024

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A CENTURY by captain Joshua Da Silva gave TT Red Force the advantage at the end of day one against Jamaica Scorpions in the final round of the West Indies Four-Day Championship at Sabina Park in Kingston, Jamaica, on April 17.

Red Force closed on 308/7. Despite bad light and rain stopping the match for 30 minutes during the final session, the full 90 overs were bowled on day one.

Opener Cephas Cooper was the first Red Force batsman dismissed, caught by wicket-keeper Romaine Morris for 12 with the score on 29. Opener Kjorn Ottley and Jyd Goolie took the score to 81/1, before Red Force lost three quick wickets.

Ottley was caught in the covers for 45 off 76 balls to give off spinner Peat Salmon his first wicket and Jason Mohammed fell leg before for one to left-arm spinner Jeavor Royal to leave Red Force 84/3 at lunch. Shortly after lunch the score was 96/4 when Goolie was caught by Morris for 19 to give Salmon another scalp.

Jangoo, who scored 218 last week against Combined Campuses and Colleges (CCC), found ample support in Da Silva.

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