Jags lead by 28 after 22 wickets tumble

Romario Shepherd steams in to bowl during his career best 5-24 against Trinidad and Tobago Red Force

Defending champions, Guyana Jaguars held a slim lead of 28 runs over Trinidad and Tobago Red Force after 22 wickets tumbled on the first day of the pink-ball 10th  round match in the Cricket West Indies Regional Four-Day Championships last night at the Providence Stadium.

In the presence of the largest crowd at the venue for the season, Red Force won the toss and were bowled out for 120 in 32.1 overs while closing their second innings on 17-2 in reply to Jaguars’ 165  in their first innings, coming from 41.1 overs.

Romario Shepherd ripped through the Red Force batting order to finish with a career best of 5-24, removing key batsmen in the form of skipper, Denesh Ramdin (01) and Jason Mohammed (00) in the ninth over…..

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