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Trinidad Express / The Trinidad and Tobago Red Force batsmen made up for lost time in impressive fashion yesterday, thanks to their new opening pair. Kyle Hope and Isaiah Rajah compensated for having to spend the better part of two days indoors by putting together a century stand of 162 at just under four runs per over, to get the Red Force off to a flier. But some of the rich gloss was taken off of that effort when both were dismissed before the close of another rain-affected second day of this Digicel Regional 4-Day round three contest at the Queen’s Park Oval. In fact, the Leewards struck back hard, with hurricane force, to snap up four wickets for 12 runs and slow the Red Force momentum. The Hurricanes’ big bowler, off-spinner Rahkeem Cornwall (18-6-39-2) and Powell himself (11-6-16-2) — the last of the six bowlers he tried — did all the damage, finally getting the visitors into a game they had been shut out of by the Red Force opening pair.

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