Harpy Eagles Tighten Grip On Red Force At Tarouba

The T&T Red Force are facing a herculean task if they are to get over the line, on the final day of their CWI Regional Four Day fixture against the Guyana Harpy Eagles.

At Tarouba, Guyana’s batter Kemol Savory scored his maiden first class century to lead Guyana to 247 for 6 declared. Skipper Leon Johnson was second best getting to 74. Darren Bravo and Bryan Charles both took two wickets for the Red Force bowling effort.

With a hefty lead of 411, Guyana returned to the field with their tails wagging. Jeremy Solozano struggles with bat continued as he was dismissed in the second over of the innings without scoring. T&T was on the back foot with the wicket of Keegan Simmons at 31 for 2. However, Jyd Goolie and captain Darren Bravo solidify the innings and took the home side to 106 for 3 at the close of play. Bravo is on 63 with Goolie on 14 and everything to play for on the final day.

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