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Match in the balance heading to Day 4


Match in the balance heading to Day 4

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TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO RED FORCE still need to score a further 99 runs to make Barbados Pride bat again.

At stumps on the third day of their WICB Professional Cricket League match in Port of Spain, Red Force reached 165 for three in their second innings.

Jason Mohammed was not out on 32, while Yannick Cariah was yet to get off the mark.

Barbados enforced the follow on today after bowling out Red Force for 96 in their first innings; but more than two-and-a-half hours were lost because of rain at Queen’s Park Oval that started soon after The Pride finished off their hosts’ first innings.

When play resumed, Trinidad and Tobago lost opener Lendl Simmons for 27, lbw to pacer Kemar Roach.

Evin Lewis resisted and formed part of a 90-run partnership with Yanick Ottley until he played across the line and went lbw to spinner Jomel Warrican for 61. Ottley (44) was later caught at slip by Dwayne Smith off spinner Ashley Nurse.

The match concludes tomorrow. (SAT)