Cornwall finishes off Red Force to hand Leewards big win

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Cornwall was instrumental in the Leewards win over the weekend.
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Leeward Islands Hurricanes spinner Rahkeem Cornwall produced a solid spell of his own to end the T&T Red Force resistance, and secure a 187-run win in the West Indies Championship at the Diego Martin Complex.

The Red Force began the day behind the eight ball, facing a deficit of 316 runs and with six wickets already lost.  Yannic Cariah, who resumed the day on 37, however, did his best to keep T&T in the contest, eventually going on to score a gritty 100 from 180 balls.

His overnight partner Bryan Charles only managed to add 16 to his total before being Cornwall’s first victim, caught by Amir Jangoo.

Anderson Phillip’s stay at the crease lasted just five deliveries as he was dismissed for 4, undone lbw by Hayden Walsh Jr.  Jayden Seales partnered with Cariah to put on 86 for the 9th wicket, but Cornwall ended the partnership when he accounted for the valuable wicket of Cariah who was caught by Kieron Powell. 

The innings was brought to an end when Seales was dismissed on 33 by Sheeno Berridge.

Overall, Cornwall ended with second-innings figures of 4 for 50. (Sports Max)

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