UPDATE: Red Force slip to 188-5 versus Scorpions

Thursday, December 07, 2017

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — Trinidad and Tobago Red Force were 188-5 at tea on day one in the sixth-round regional four-day match versus Jamaica Scorpions at Sabina Park.

The Red Force left-hand opener Jeremy Solozano has top-scored so far with 62, while Ewart Nicholson made 50. The not out batsmen are Tion Webster and Roshon Primus, both on six. The Scorpions seamer Derval Green has claimed 3-34.

Score: Red Force 188-5 (57 ovs)

Earlier, the visitors had won the toss and decided to take first strike.

Scorpions—Paul Palmer (captain), John Campbell, Trevon Griffith, Assad Fudadin, Brandon King, Fabian Allen, Aldane Thomas (wicketkeeper), Derval Green, Damion Jacobs, Odean Smith, Reynard Leveridge.

Red Force—Denesh Ramdin (captain), Jeremy Solozano, Amir Jangoo (wicketkeeper), Yannic Cariah, Ewart Nicholson, Tion Webster, Roshon Primus, Imran Khan, Khary Pierre, Bryan Charles, Daniel St Clair.

Sanjay Myers

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