Guyana Amazon Warriors completed a six wicket win and the double against the Trinbago Knight Riders as the two sides played out a dress rehearsal ahead of Wednesday night’s Qualifier 1.
Seven players from the West Indies and four overseas cricketers have been named to the 2019m Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) All-Stars team which was selected on Friday by Tom Moody, CPL’s Director – International Cricket, along with the commentary team – Mark Butcher, Danny Morrison, Dirk Nannes, Ian Bishop and Daren Ganga.
They have attended a Hero Caribbean Premier League wedding four times before but as bridesmaids. However, on Saturday, the Guyana Amazon Warriors will be hoping they are the ones throwing the bouquet when they battle the Barbados Tridents in the grand finale at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy in Tarouba, San Fernando, from 5 pm.
It has been a long hard journey, even passing every day near the Brian Lara Cricket Academy in Tarouba, which is two minutes from his home, knowing that his team played four times there in a Hero Caribbean Premier League final and came up short.
An upset Trinbago Knight Riders captain Kieron Pollard said on Thursday night that his team deserved to lose against the Barbados Tridents in the semifinal of the Hero CPL T20 tournament at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy in Tarouba, San Fernando.
Fans at tomorrow’s Hero Caribbean Premier League final between the Guyana Amazon Warriors and the Barbados Tridents will be able to do so without having to walk around with cash in their pockets when they are seeking refreshments from the concessionaries at the Brian Lara Stadium in Tarouba.
Trinbago Knight Riders skipper Kieron Pollard's dreams of leading his home side to a hat-trick of Hero Caribbean Premier League titles in his first season in charge imploded on Thursday night as the Barbados Tridents pulled off a 12-run victory to book their spot in Saturday's final against the unbeaten Guyana Amazon Warriors.
Trinbago Knight Riders captain Kieron Pollard believes their crucial win in last Sunday’s Hero Caribbean Premier League playoff match against the St Kitts/Nevis Patriots could be the turning point for his side as they head into tomorrow’s massive semi-final against archrivals Barbados Tridents.
PROVIDENCE—The Guyana Amazon Warriors predictably maintained their unbeaten streak, notching their 11th win on the trot in a comfortable 30-run victory over the Barbados Tridents on Sunday to book their place in the final of the Hero Caribbean Premier League.
Mystery spinner Sunil Narine was the man to shine for the Trinbago Knight Riders yesterday as they defeated the St Kitts/Nevis Patriots by six wickets to move into the semifinals of the 2019 Hero Caribbean Premier League T20 tournament.
Mystery spinner Sunil Narine played through injury to produce a miserly spell while the in-form Lendl Simmons hit a half-century to steer the Trinbago Knight Riders past the St Kitts Nevis Patriots by six wickets in the first Hero Caribbean Premier League Eliminator at the Providence Stadium in Guyana on Sunday.
The Guyana Amazon Warriors continued their amazing run in the 2019 Hero Caribbean Premier League when they recorded their ninth successive win with a 77-run triumph against the Jamaica Tallawahs at the Providence Stadium in Guyana on Thursday night.
Barbados Tridents skipper Jason Holder's men put more tears in Trinbago Knight Riders fans' eyes at the Queen's Park Oval in Port-of-Spain on Wednesday night, after cruising to a seven-wicket win over the home side in their latest Hero Caribbean Professional League matchup.
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