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Byline: Innocent Ndawula
It may seem a hard art but playing catch is what Tornado will be doing when they get their second round campaign underway with a clash against bottom-placed Rounders in the Division I National Cricket League at Lugogo oval today.
Although they are comfortably seated in second with 35 points, Tornado are 12 points off the leaders (Premier)'s pace and although the latter have played a game more, they are a bridge too far. But rejuvenated Tornado all-rounder Emmanuel Isaneez is positive that the second round can throw a few spanners in Premier's works to give the league a tense finish. …