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Regional Four-day Championship: Scorpions 20-1 in reply to Red Force 203 all out

Friday, January 11, 2019

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — Jamaica Scorpions reached 20-1 at lunch in reply to Trinidad and Tobago Red Force first-innings score of 203 all out on Friday's second day of the West Indies four-day match at Sabina Park.

Chadwick Walton is unbeaten on 17, while his opening partner Oraine Williams was dismissed by left-arm spinner Khary Pierre on the stroke of lunch for two.
Scores: Red Force 203 (66 overs); Scorpions 20-1 (4.2 overs)
Earlier, the Red Force resumed their overnight score from 135-7 and progressed to 172 thanks to Yannic Cariah and Pierre extending their eighth-wicket partnership to 78 runs.
But eventually left-arm orthodox spinner Nikita Miller got rid of Pierre (35), Cariah (61) and Anderson Phillip (one) as the Red Force innings came to a close.
Miller ended with 5-62.
Sanjay Myers

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