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Monday, 13 March 2017 19:00

T&T Red Force Caps Windward Islands Volcanoes

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The Trinidad and Tobago Red Force cricketers completed an emphatic 172-run victory over the Windward Islands Volcanoes as action continued in the Regional Four Day Tournament in Grenada.

Resuming on their overnight 68/1, the Windwards needed veteran Devon Smith to carry-on and build on his overnight 41, but he managed just eight more, and the rest of the top and middle order was creamed away quickly by the TT spinners, leaving the tail to do the business and deny the TT bowling.

Off-Spinner Shane Shillingford defied them for a bit with a gutsy 46, but he was ninth man out at 202, which turned out to be their final score as Brian Charles claimed the final wicket to end with 4/79, and TT celebrated a big win which would help to move them up the standings.

Scores again, TT 275 and 203/5 declared, Windward Islands Volcanoes 104 and 202.

T&T won by 172 runs with Man of the Match Imran Khan claiming 5/67 in the second innings.

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