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Mohammed stars in final warm-up
Middle order batsman Jason Mohammed starred with both bat and ball as the Red Force ended their preparations for the Karbonn Smart Champions League yesterday at the National Cricket Centre in Couva.
Mohammed playing for Red Force ‘A’ smashed 54 not out off just 25 balls and then returned to grab two wickets for 10 runs to lead his team to a 31-run win over Red Force ‘B’. Batting first Red Force ‘A’ scored 165 for two off their 20 overs with Adrian Barath scoring 56 not out off 57 balls with two fours and a six. Mohammed then came towards the end of the innings to plunder the bowling. He stroked four fours and three sixes. In between, Evin Lewis made 22 off 11 balls with a six and a four and Darren Bravo cracked 27 off 22 deliveries with two fours and two sixes.
Red Force ‘B’ lost three early wickets before skipper Denesh Ramdin stabilised the innings with a fluent 66 off 39 balls. He struck four fours and two sixes and was able to rally his team to 134 for seven when their overs ran out. Bowling for Red Force ‘A’ Samuel Badree took 2/22, Mohammed 2/10 and Navin Stewart 2/19.
This marked the final match that the Red Force played before leaving for India on Monday. The players will have the next three days off to take care of their personal business before leaving for the Champions League.
Scores: Red Force ‘A’ 165/2 (20)(Adrian Barath 56no, Jason Mohammed 54no, Evin Lewis 22, Darren Bravo 27) vs Red Force ‘B’ 134/7 (20)(Denesh Ramdin 66, Samuel Badree 2/22, Jason Mohammed 2/10, Navin Stewart 2/19) - Red Force ‘A’ won by 31 runs.
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