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Dwayne Bravo cong.For 100 CPL wickets (71 games)

Match # 6
Knight Rider vs jamaica Talawahs

JT 135 / 8 ( Glen Phillip 58, A. Russell 25, Asif 22, Narine 4/0/19/1, Seals & Ali khan 2 wkts each.) (Knight Riders > 136 / 3 (18.1 overs) s.Narine 38 ball 53, Munro 49 n.o , put on 75 with S.Narine.) (@ wicket each by sandeep L,
Mujeeb & F.Edward)

Knight rider won by 7 wkts

# Andre Russell so far batted 44 balls in 2020
CPL in 2 games not hit single six, average he hits @six every 7 ball.

# Dwayne bravo ends with 499 t20 wickets but reach milestone of 100 CPL wickets
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7th game
Zoukes vs Patriots


Kuggeleijn, Chase hand Patriots their third straight loss

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Scott Kuggeleijn and Roston Chase picked up seven wickets between them
It's three losses in three games for St. Kitts and Nevis Patriots now in this edition of the Caribbean Premier League. Their latest defeat to St. Lucia Zouks by 10 runs must sting the hardest, for even their bowling failed to live up to the expectations, conceding 172, the highest total in the tournament this year.

That Zouks got there despite opener Rahkeem Cornwall retiring five balls into his innings was down to Andre Fletcher (46 off 33) and Mark Deyal, who replaced Cornwall at the crease, pulled his first ball for six and finished with 30 off 17 balls, helping Zouks add 73 in only seven overs. It helped them neutralise a collapse of 4 for 20 in the middle overs before Mohammad Nabi walked in at No. 6, helped accumulate 32 runs in the final two overs, and finished the innings with a 22-ball 35*.

It wasn't the best day for Patriots fielding wise. Both Fletcher and Deyal enjoyed a bit of luck in Jon-Russ Jaggesar's opening over. Deyal was dropped on seven by Ben Dunk at slip while Fletcher got away on 21 when Kieran Powell misjudged a jump at deep midwicket, landing on the boundary rope and conceding a six. Fletcher was then dropped on 38 by Sohail Tanveer at backward point.

Nabi was at it even when Patriots came out to chase. He conceded only one run in the opening over and then sent back Chris Lynn in his second, although the wicket also belonged to Najibullah, who took a one-handed catch at backward square leg.

Roston Chase then took on the mantle from there, striking thrice in his continuous four-over spell that also included one in the powerplay. Scott Kuggeleijn, who had conceded 11 runs in his opening over inside the powerplay, then picked four wickets in his next three overs, most importantly taking out Denesh Ramdin (46 off 35) in the process.

Sheldon Cottrell had a bit of a hit towards the end, picking 26* off 11 balls but all it did was reduce the defeat margin. Zouks though still had done enough to hop over Trinbago Knight Riders on NRR and get to the top of the points table.

Brief Scores: St. Lucia Zouks 172/6 in 20 overs (Andre Fletcher 46, Mohammad Nabi 35*; Jon-Russ Jaggesar 2/29) beat St. Kitts & Nevis Patriots 162/8 in 20 overs (Denesh Ramdin 46; Scott Kuggeleijn 4-33, Roston Chase 3-12) by 10 runs
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8th match
J.Tallawah vs Guyana Amazon Warrior

GAW
118

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(20 ov, target 119)
104/7


Guyana Amazon Warriors overcome Andre Russell threat to defend lowest total in CPL history

Guyana Amazon Warriors 118 (King 29, Brathwaite 3 for 14, Mujeeb 3 for 13) beat Jamaica Tallawahs 104 for 7 (Russell 52*, Green 2-10, Sabdeep L 4/0/8/2) by 14 runs

A valiant effort from Andre Russell with the bat fell just short in the Jamaica Tallawahs' chase after a sterling spin-bowling display by Mujeeb Ur Rahman and Sandeep Lamichhane in the first innings was neutralised by Chris Green as the Guyana Amazon Warriors battled back after being bowled out for 118 to record a dramatic 14-run win at the Brian Lara Academy.



What seemed a simple target at the innings break turned into a steep uphill climb moments after the start of the reply as Green shocked the Tallawahs top order to leave them reeling at 4 for 3 in the fourth over. The middle order soon went into their shell, culminating in 80 dot balls out of the 120 legal deliveries as the Warriors set a new mark for the lowest total successfully defended in CPL history.

Mujeeb mixes his speeds

The Afghanistan mystery spinner was too much to handle for the Warriors, dismantling a red-hot start in the powerplay from Brandon King and Chandrapaul Hemraj. After darting in his stock ball close to 100kph, Mujeeb gave it more air and teased King into a slog on a fuller length but the missed swipe resulted in the leg bail being dislodged. Mujeeb then went back to a quicker, skiddier delivery to greet Shimron Hetmyer, who played for the turn when there was none and dragged a cut onto his leg stump to put Mujeeb on a hat trick.

Two overs later, Mujeeb was at it again against Nicholas Pooran. To a similar line and length ball with which Hetmyer was dismissed, Pooran played for no turn. But on a delivery that was given more air, it produced more turn and clipped the outside edge of an attempted cut for a catch to be snatched by Glenn Phillips. From 56 for no loss, Mujeeb's intervention had reduced the Warriors to 67 for 4.

Lamichhane brings the Sand-storm

The inability of the Warriors batsmen to handle Lamichhane's turn resulted in a marvellous display of both economy and wickets, as the Nepal legspinner ended with 2 for 8 from his four overs. The first wicket came with a bit of fortune as Sherfane Rutherford's attempted cut to a googly that spun far enough out of reach resulted in a thick edge flying to Mujeeb at short third man.


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Lamichhane then fooled Green with a legbreak for his second wicket as the Warriors captain went too far across his stumps and was bowled around his pads to leave the Warriors at 92 for 7. Carlos Brathwaite helped clean up the tail to end with three wickets as the Warriors were bowled out with five balls left unused.

Russell left to clean up top-order mess

Green has been a galvanising leader in his short time as the Warriors captain and proved it on this occasion with an inspiring opening spell. He struck with the first ball of the Tallawahs' reply, trapping Chadwick Walton lbw with an arm ball. In the third over, he was aided by an extremely favourable decision from umpire Gregory Brathwaite when Nkrumah Bonner missed a pull to a half-tracker that struck Bonner near the waistline. Debutant left-arm spinner Ashmead Nedd followed up in the next over, gaining extra bounce off his first ball to induce a false cut to point by Phillips, leaving the Tallawahs shell-shocked.


By the time Russell arrived in the 13th over it was 48 for 5, soon to be 50 for 6 when Rovman Powell flat-batted a slower bouncer from Naveen-ul-Haq to long-on. Accompanied by Lamichhane and then Fidel Edwards for the rest of the innings, Russell regularly turned down singles as he decided on boundaries or nothing as the way to an increasingly unlikely victory. The strategy almost paid off.

With 60 needed from four overs, Russell bashed a pair of boundaries over midwicket and third man off Keemo Paul in an 11-run over. He then began the 18th over tonking Imran Tahir for back-to-back sixes over the leg side before a cut was misfielded at point to provide another boundary. With 32 needed off 12 balls, he creamed a slower ball from Naveen over midwicket again for six before edging an attempted yorker through third man for four.

Suddenly, 22 from ten looked very gettable. But Naveen held his nerve, mixing up his pace through the final four balls to hold Russell scoreless, an effort which helped earn him Player-of-the-Match award. Edwards took a single off Paul to begin the final over, but Russell scuffed the next two balls to boundary riders, leaving a Tallawahs victory mathematically impossible barring any extras.
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9th match

Knight Riders vs Barbados Trident


Brief Scores: Trinbago Knight Riders 185/3 in 20 overs (Darren Bravo 54*, Colin Munro 50, Kieron Pollard 41*; Ashley Nurse 1-20) beat Barbados Tridents 166/6 in 20 overs (Johnson Charles 52; Holder 34 n.o) Sunil Narine 1-17, Khary Pierre 1-19) by 19 runs

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10th match
Zouks vs Warrior

Zouks won by 10 runs


Scott Kuggeleijn and Roston Chase picked up seven wickets between them

It's three losses in three games for St. Kitts and Nevis Patriots now in this edition of the Caribbean Premier League. Their latest defeat to St. Lucia Zouks by 10 runs must sting the hardest, for even their bowling failed to live up to the expectations, conceding 172, the highest total in the tournament this year.

That Zouks got there despite opener Rahkeem Cornwall retiring five balls into his innings was down to Andre Fletcher (46 off 33) and Mark Deyal, who replaced Cornwall at the crease, pulled his first ball for six and finished with 30 off 17 balls, helping Zouks add 73 in only seven overs. It helped them neutralise a collapse of 4 for 20 in the middle overs before Mohammad Nabi walked in at No. 6, helped accumulate 32 runs in the final two overs, and finished the innings with a 22-ball 35*.

It wasn't the best day for Patriots fielding wise. Both Fletcher and Deyal enjoyed a bit of luck in Jon-Russ Jaggesar's opening over. Deyal was dropped on seven by Ben Dunk at slip while Fletcher got away on 21 when Kieran Powell misjudged a jump at deep midwicket, landing on the boundary rope and conceding a six. Fletcher was then dropped on 38 by Sohail Tanveer at backward point.

Nabi was at it even when Patriots came out to chase. He conceded only one run in the opening over and then sent back Chris Lynn in his second, although the wicket also belonged to Najibullah, who took a one-handed catch at backward square leg.

Roston Chase then took on the mantle from there, striking thrice in his continuous four-over spell that also included one in the powerplay. Scott Kuggeleijn, who had conceded 11 runs in his opening over inside the powerplay, then picked four wickets in his next three overs, most importantly taking out Denesh Ramdin (46 off 35) in the process.

Sheldon Cottrell had a bit of a hit towards the end, picking 26* off 11 balls but all it did was reduce the defeat margin. Zouks though still had done enough to hop over Trinbago Knight Riders on NRR and get to the top of the points table.

Brief Scores: St. Lucia Zouks 172/6 in 20 overs (Andre Fletcher 46, Mohammad Nabi 35*; Jon-Russ Jaggesar 2029) beat St. Kitts & Nevis Patriots 162/8 in 20 overs (Denesh Ramdin 46; Scott Kuggeleijn 4-33, Roston Chase 3-12) by 10 runs

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Patriots E.Lewis Smashed 9 sixes in his match winning 89 (1st win for 2020)

9 more matches Schedule at Queens Park Oval from Aug 25-Aug 30.

Match 11

Brief Scores: Barbados Tridents 151/7 (Corey Anderson 31; Jon-Russ Jaggesar 2-17) lost to St Kitts & Nevis Patriots 152/4 (Evin Lewis 89; Kyle Mayers 2-14) by 6 wickets.
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Match 12

Tallawah beat Warrior

Mujeeb, Bonner shine as Tallawahs avoid familiar slip-up

Bonner and Russell made unbeaten 51 for the fifth wicket to take Tallawahs over the line.
Jamaica Tallawahs had been here before only two nights ago. Chasing a low Guyana total on a similarly slow surface, they'd hit the self-destruct button. Their fingers hovered over it once more as they slipped to 62/5 chasing 108. Nkrumah Bonner and Andre Russell then combined to ensure there was to be no repeat, a steady 51-run stand giving Jamaica their second win of CPL 2020.

The Jamaica-Guyana rematch had a new setting but this game at the Queens Park Oval played out to the same beats as the first leg at the Brian Lara Stadium. Jamaica won the toss and bowled and left their opponents in a knot with their spinners. The tone, however, was set by a quick. Fidel Edwards (3 for 20) cleaned up Brandon King with the first ball of the game, paving the way for Mujeeb Ur Rahman to run riot.

The Afghan spinner's variety provided too much for Guyana to handle on a notoriously spiteful pitch tailor-made for him. Mujeeb trapped Shimron Hetmyer plumb in front of the stumps and then bowled a maiden at Anthony Bramble, softening him up for Edwards to take him out. By the end of the PowerPlay, Guyana had crawled their way to 30 for 3, with only a Ross Taylor six giving the scoring rate a sudden, solitary jolt.

Regular service resumed soon after as Mujeeb bowled Nicholas Pooran while the impressive Sandeep Lamichhane (1 for 12) took out Sherfane Rutherford. At 63 for 7 in the 15th over, Guyana looked destined to fold under 100 only for a Naveen-ul-Haq cameo of a run-a-ball 20 taking them to 108.

The onus was now on their spinners to make a fist out of this game. But where the Guyana innings began with a wicket, the Tallawahs opener Glenn Phillips thrashed the first ball for a boundary. Imran Tahir bowled Chadwick Walton with a googly but new man Jermaine Blackwood, playing his first CPL game in five years, marked the occasion with a first-ball four.

Phillips, who made a crucial 18-ball 26, fell to Naveen-ul-Haq, but by then the Tallawahs had progressed serenely to 40 in the PowerPlay, with the required rate falling below five runs to the over. Asif Ali, promoted up the order, to keep the scoring rate going perished to Keemo Paul while Rovman Powell was snapped by Ashmead Nedd. When the well-set Blackwood was dismissed for 23, a familiar sense of unease descended on the Jamaica dugout.

Russell's arrival brought Tahir back into the attack and given the delicate match situation, the Tallawahs all-rounder decided against taking any risks. The equation reduced to 37 off 42 and then over a run-a-ball with five overs to go. It was at this point that Jamaica claimed control of the chase. Russell sent Tahir into the roof and smashed another six off Paul. Unlike two nights ago, he didn't have to do all the scoring by himself, with Bonner bringing the much-needed calm at the other end to close the chase with two overs to spare.

Brief scores: Guyana Amazon Warriors 108/9 in 20 overs (Ross Taylor 25; Mujeeb Ur Rahman 3-11, Fidel Edwards 3-30) lost to Jamaica Tallawahs 113/5 in 18 overs (Nkrumah Bonner 30*; Naveen-ul-Haq 2-35) by five wickets

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Dwaye Bravo become First bowler in history of T20 cricket with 500 wickets :dance2:

Match 13

DLS game won by Knight Riders
Vs Zoukes

Unstoppable Trinbago Knight Riders make it four in four

August 26 2020



Pravin Tambe, the 48-year-old spinner, became the first Indian player to feature in the CPL.

Trinbago Knight Riders chased down a DLS-adjusted target of 72 in nine overs with six balls to spare, thus making it four out of four in this edition of the Caribbean Premier League. That they did so even without Sunil Narine in the playing XI spoke volumes about the depth of the side.

St Lucia Zouks, who registered their second loss of the season after three wins on the bounce, were 111 for 6 when rain cut the innings short, robbing them of the crucial final flourish.

Zouks hadn't started the innings well, losing three wickets in the powerplay -- of which two were to Dwayne Bravo who became the first player to 500 T20 wickets. Najibullah Zadran scored a run-a-ball 21 and added 31 runs for the fourth wicket with Mark Deyal before falling to Pravin Tambe, the 48-year-old spinner who became the first Indian player to feature in the CPL.

Mohammad Nabi was well set on 22-ball 30* (2 fours, 1 six) when the rains arrived and put paid to a par score.

Chasing, Knight Riders were derailed by a flurry of wickets at the top. Nabi was at it with the ball too, striking in his first over and removing Lendl Simmons. Kesrick Williams replaced him and struck twice in the over, getting rid of Tion Webster and big hitting Colin Munro (17 off 8 balls) in a space of three balls.

Chemar Holder picked Kieron Pollard's wicket in the next over to set the stage for a close finish but Darren Bravo's 13-ball 23 not out and Tim Seifert's 16-ball 15 ensured that the Knight Riders got home with six wickets to spare.

Brief Scores: Trinbago Knight Riders 75/4 in 8 overs (Darren Bravo 23*, Tim Seifert 18*, Colin Kesrick Williams 2/17, Mohammad Nabi 1/15) beat St Lucia Zouks 111/6 (Mohammad Nabi 30*, Najibullah Zadran 21, Dwayne Bravo 2/7, Pravin Tambe 1/15) by 6 wickets (DLS)
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Match 14

Barbados vs Jamaica
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August 27 2020

Mayers hit 8 sixes in his 85.

Barbados Tridents picked up their second win courtesy a sensational 59-ball 85 from Kyle Mayers as they defeated Jamaica Tallawahs by 36 runs. Set 149, only Jermaine Blackwood and Nkrumah Bonner were able to get going but the damage done early in the chase was too hard to recover from.

Tallawahs were dealt with a blow even before the clash after Andre Russell missed the clash because of a swollen foot. They won the toss and chose to bowl with Mujeeb ur Rahman striking early to reduce Tridents to 20 for 2. Jason Holder walked in at No. 4 and added 63 for the third wicket with Mayers to bring the innings back on track. There was another wobble then as Holder, Rashid Khan and Corey Anderson fell to leave the side struggling at 87 for 5.

Mitchell Santner played the perfect second fiddle to Mayers - scoring an unbeaten 20 off 19 - as the duo picked up some crucial late runs to fire the side past 140 from 90 for 6 in the 14th over. Mayers was the last to fall - in the 19th over - but not before he had struck eight sixes during his innings to set up a tough chase for Tallawahs. In the 17th over, he struck Carlos Brathwaite for 28 runs to take the game away with four sixes and a boundary.

While Tallawahs did well against Guyana Amazon Warriors to chase down a small total in the previous game, they once again suffered a top-order collapse to hurt their chances. Blackwood made 28 but Glenn Phillips (0), Chadwick Walton (10), Rovman Powell (4) and Asif Ali (2) failed to turn up on the night. As the asking rate kept soaring, Blackwood and Bonner tried to dig the side out of misery with a 39-run stand after Tallawahs were gasping at 27 for 4. Santner and Rashid then struck twice - to remover Blackwood and Brathwaite - to end any chances of a late fightback as Tridents eased to a win.

Brief scores: Barbados Tridents 148/7 in 20 overs (Kyle Mayers 85; Mujeeb ur Rahman 3-14) beat Jamaica Tallawahs 112/9 in 20 overs (Nkrumah Bonner 31; Mitchell Santner 2-10) by 36 runs.

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