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Trinidad Express / Garth Wattley PORT OF SPAIN   Trinidad and Tobago Red Force coach Gus Logie was encouraged by what he saw as the “depth” his squad displayed in their drawn Digicel Regional 4-Day match against the Leeward Islands Hurricanes on Monday. Both sides were forced to settle for three points for the draw plus two bonus points apiece, after only 92 overs were possible at the Queen’s Park Oval because of rain and a damp outfield. But in the play possible, the Red Force batsmen made a much better showing in their unfinished innings than they did last week in losing by 292-runs to the Barbados Pride when they made 168 and 99. “It has been disappointing, having come back from where we were last week, being 99 all out, to see the players recover in such a way was pleasing,” Logie told the press yesterday. “To be 287 for eight, looking for another 13 runs for another batting point and putting the Leewards under some pressure, it’s a bit frustrating to see the way it fizzled out into an abandoned (sic) game really and truly.” Become a subscriber to the Trinidad Express Newspapers for access to all our articles via our vNEWS. Subscribe to vNews | Log-In to vNews

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