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Red Force Eyes Top Spot In Professional Cricket League Competition

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The Trinidad and Tobago Red Force cricketers have climbed up to second on the Six-Team Table in the Professional Cricket League Competition, and have designs on the title this time around.

This follows their big 10-wicket win over the Windward Islands at the Queen's Park Oval on the weekend, which took them to 41.4-points, and within reach-out-and-touch-me distance of leaders and defending champs, Guyana, which top the table with 46.6 points, adding even more interest to their upcoming day/night clash at the Brian Lara Academy from Thursday afternoon.

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