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Re: Hero CPL T20: Aug 18-Sep 10, 2020.@Trinidad & Tobago.(Live On Star Sports & Hotstar)

Posted: Thu Aug 27, 2020 11:44 pm
by Harmer
Match 15

Patriots vs Zoukes

Nabi stars as St Lucia pick up fourth win

The allrounder picked up his maiden five-wicket haul in T20s

Najibullah Zadran (33) and Roston Chase (27*) made crucial contributions while Mohammad Nabi bagged a five-for to power St Lucia Zouks to a six-wicket win over St Kitts and Nevis Patriots in the CPL 2020. St Lucia overhauled the target of 111 in the 15th over.

St Lucia started on a good note in their chase, with Rahkeem Cornwall and Andre Fletcher sharing an association of 30 for the opening wicket. Cornwall, in particular, showcased his pyrotechnics by clubbing three sixes and two boundaries. However, against the run of play, Imran Khan, the leg-spinner, dismissed Cornwall and Mark Deyal in successive deliveries to leave St Lucia at 30 for 2. He also removed Fletcher, as St Lucia slipped further to 52/3.

Chase and Najibullah then propped up the innings with an alliance of 47 for the fourth wicket. Chase cracked a couple of fours while Najibullah collected four boundaries and a six. With the scoring reading 99/3, Najibullah fell to Ben Dunk, but by then the result of the match was more or less a foregone conclusion. Javelle Glenn alongside Chase provided the finishing touches.

The foundation for St Lucia's comfortable victory was laid by Nabi, with the all-rounder running through St Kitts and Nevis' batting unit. Nabi alongside Zahir Khan had reduced the opponent to 38 for 5 in the ninth over. Dunk tried to resurrect the innings with 33, but he fell to Cornwall with St Kitts and Nevis sliding further to 62 for 6. Alzarri Joseph, batting at No.9, composed a useful unbeaten 21 to push his side past the 100-run mark. For St Lucia, Nabi finished with noteworthy figures of 5 for 15, his maiden fifer in T20 cricket.

St Lucia have eight points and are placed second while St Kitts and Nevis languish at the bottom of the table with just two points.

Brief scores: St Kitts and Nevis Patriots 110/9 in 20 overs (Ben Dunk 33; Mohammad Nabi 5-15) lost to St Lucia Zouks 111/4 in 14.4 overs (Najibullah Zadran 33, Roston Chase 27*; Imran Khan 3-23) by six wickets.

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Re: Hero CPL T20: Aug 18-Sep 10, 2020.@Trinidad & Tobago.(Live On Star Sports & Hotstar)

Posted: Thu Aug 27, 2020 11:47 pm
by Harmer
Match 16
knight Riders vs Warrior

Khary Pierre helps Knight Riders bag fifth consecutive win

August 28 2020


Pierre finished with figures of 3 for 18.

A superb all-round show from the Trinbago Knight Riders helped them pick up their fifth consecutive win as they trounced Guyana Amazon Warriors by seven wickets. Khary Pierre picked up three while his spin partner Fawad Ahmed ended with figures of 4-0-18-0 to strangle the Warriors. Kieran Pollard and Dwayne Bravo too ensured to keep a lid on the run-scoring as Knight Riders were set 113 to win.

After opting to bowl first, Sikandar Raza landed the first blow as he dismissed Brandon King. Pierre got into the act soon - knocking out Chanderpaul Hemraj in the third over - as Warriors slipped to 10 for 2. Nicholas Pooran fell soon after but Shimron Hetmyer and Ross Taylor helped the side recover from the early wobble with a 32-run stand. With the runs not easy to come by, and the pressure mounting, it was Taylor who blinked first and was run out trying to steal a single.

That led to another collapse as Hetmyer failed to get the big hits in. Keemo Paul made 28 off 26 to push the score past 100 but Knight Riders never really let the game slip away from them.

In the chase, Knight Riders made a measured start with the openers scoring a run-a-ball 34 before Imran Tahir dismissed Lendl Simmons. Colin Munro fell for a first-ball duck while Tion Webster failed to get going and was dismissed in the 11th over with the scoring rate dipping below six. Darren Bravo and Tim Seifert collaborated for an unbeaten 63-run stand to ease the side home to a win in the 19th over as Knight Riders maintained their unbeaten run.

Brief scores: Guyana Amazon Warriors 112/7 in 20 overs (Khary Pierre 3-18) lost to Trinbago Knight Riders 115/3 in 18.2 overs (Tim Seifert 39*) by seven wickets.

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Re: Hero CPL T20: Aug 18-Sep 10, 2020.@Trinidad & Tobago.(Live On Star Sports & Hotstar)

Posted: Fri Aug 28, 2020 5:05 pm
by Harmer
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Halfway through CPL 2020: How's it shaping up?

August 28 2020


TKR are unbeaten so far in the competition.

Thanks to a flurry of double-headers, the CPL - which began only 10 days ago - has already flown towards the halfway mark of the season. And it's been an unusual season so far. Not just because of the lack of crowds and the atmosphere that usually accompanies these matches, but in how the ball has held sway so remarkably over the bat. It can be seen from the average first-innings score of the tournament, which has plummeted to just 140 (not counting truncated matches).

As some captains have pointed out, a long layoff due to the pandemic has deprived batsmen of game time in the middle. But predominantly, this is down to the pitches on offer. With only two venues available, the pitches are taking a beating with curators hardly getting much respite between match days. In this regard, the Brian Lara Cricket Academy - which will host the semifinals and the final - fares much better than the Queen's Park Oval which has dished out a few raging turners.

What this has done, though, is reduce the gulf between the teams to an extent as low-scoring games usually do. Barring Trinbago Knight Riders, who are right at the top, fortunes have fluctuated for every other team, making for an interesting race for the top four spots that promises to go down to the finish.

Trinbago Knight Riders (Played - 5, Won - 5)

They're the clear favourites this year after winning all five matches. Captain Kieron Pollard may not want to embrace that tag, citing their slump in the second-half last year, but from all evidence on the field there's simply no other squad as powerful.

What's worked? The sheer number of match-winners at their disposal, with Sunil Narine right at the forefront. There's been suspense around why Narine has missed the previous two matches, but before that he was absolutely on song with both bat and ball and was Player of the Match twice. Playing a major tournament after nearly a year due to a finger injury, Narine scored two fifties from three innings at the top of the order. He's also been exceptional with the ball going at a rate of just 4.58 while picking four wickets.

It's not just Narine though. In fact, the only match where he failed with the bat, TKR ended up posting the highest score of the tournament (185) with quickfire fifties from Colin Munro and Darren Bravo. Due to the prolific top-order, Pollard hasn't had much to do but he's shown glimpses of form in a 17-ball 41*.

The bowling is similarly packed with quality, especially in the spin department with Narine being flanked by Khary Pierre and Fawad Ahmed, with economy rates of 6.24 and 5.70 respectively. Given how much turn the pitches are taking, this has worked very well for them. There's also the experience of Dwayne Bravo to lean on at the death, who has already become the first man on the planet to take 500 T20 wickets during the course of this competition.

Problem area? Just the form of Lendl Simmons, who's aggregated 57 runs in five innings. But it's safe to say that he's not the only opening batsman struggling in the tournament.

Emerging player: Jayden Seales, the 18-year old seamer, may have gone for runs but he's shown promise for the future. Pollard has protected him wisely as well, making sure not to throw him into the cauldron in difficult overs.

IPL watch: Sunil Narine (KKR) and Kieron Pollard (MI) are both looking in good nick ahead of their UAE sojourn in under a month.

St Lucia Zouks (Played - 6, Won - 4, Lost - 2)

Under their new owners from Kings XI Punjab, the Zouks have turned it around in the CPL this year. The last time they qualified in the top four was in 2016, but are looking good this time to break that drought with four wins in six matches. Captain Daren Sammy has attributed some of the on-field success to a better vibe under the new owners, who have given him and new coach Andy Flower the freedom to build the team they want.

What's worked? Zouks aren't a team of superstars as Sammy himself has said, but even so, Mohammad Nabi has stood head and shoulders above everyone with his all-round performances. He's contributed with quickfire cameos down the order, while also taking nine wickets at an economy of 4.80. With the surfaces suiting him, Nabi has strangled teams in the powerplay, even taking a five-for against the Patriots that won the game almost single-handedly.

There's also Roston Chase who has broken a few perceptions about his suitability for T20 cricket. He had only played five T20 matches before this tournament in his career, but has already made two fifties that have resulted in wins this season. He's been good with the ball as well, going exactly at five per over. New Zealand seamer Scott Kuggeleijn is going for much more than that (8.45) but he's second in the wicket-taking charts with 11 wickets.

Problem area? Their batting remains dicey with Rahkeem Cornwall and Andre Fletcher not kicking on from their starts. Mark Deyal is out of touch at No.3 and Najibullah Zadran hasn't fired either. There's also the impending departure of Nabi, who's set to leave for the Shpageeza Cricket League, and will likely miss their final league game along with the playoffs. That's going to be a massive blow. Then there are question marks over Sammy himself, having made just 10 runs while not bowling a single over.

Emerging player: Chemar Holder is another exciting talent in this young crop of West Indies seamers. Sammy has not shied away from using him in pressure situations either, which paid great dividends in one of the games as Holder defended 12 runs in the final over against Guyana. Not only that, he gave just two runs in that over and also castled Sherfane Rutherford with a cracking yorker.

IPL watch: Nabi is easily one of the players of CPL 2020 so far and will return for Sunrisers Hyderabad later in September. However, it remains to be seen if he'll be available for the first week due to his Shpageeza commitments.

Barbados Tridents (Played - 5, Won - 2, Lost - 3)

Winners last year, the Tridents have blown hot and cold with three defeats in five matches. Yet, they still find themselves at No.3 in the table, ahead of two other teams only by virtue of a better net run rate. Given how close it is this year, that could be crucial.

What's worked? There's such depth in their batting order that Rashid Khan has been slotted in at No.10 in most of their games. And while there's not been a standout individual performer apart from that one mindblowing Kyle Mayers innings of 85, the collective efforts have been respectable as attested by scores of 153, 131 (18.1 overs), 166, 151, 148.

Mayers, who is among the top three run-scorers mostly due to that one knock, has grabbed attention after a stellar first-class season where he was second only to Jermaine Blackwood. Some of his stroke-making the other night against the Tallawahs left the opposition and even his own teammates awestruck as his captain Jason Holder admitted to being surprised.

Problem area? For a spin troika of Mitchell Santner, Rashid Khan and Hayden Walsh Junior, they should be among the best in the tournament. But that's not been the case. Rashid has surprisingly been off the boil a bit, while Walsh has taken just one wicket. Even Santner, while going at just under six an over, hasn't taken the wickets that other spinners have taken. There's also concern around the fifth bowling option as Raymon Reifer, who was one of the top performers last season, has got hammered at nearly 10 an over which is massive damage in low-scoring contests.

IPL watch: Rashid is conceding runs at just under 8 an over, with seven wickets from five matches so far. He's not got his rhythm quite yet, and was even smashed for back-to-back sixes by compatriot Mujeeb Ur Rahman. With the bat, he hasn't had many opportunities. Like Nabi, Rashid is also set to leave for Shpageeza Cricket League before linking up with SRH.

Santner, who will represent CSK, has shown decent all-round form with four wickets at an economy of 5.90.

Hetmyer's dwindling returns aren't good for Warriors.
Hetmyer's dwindling returns aren't good for Warriors.
Guyana Amazon Warriors (Played - 6, Won - 2, Lost - 4)

Four times runners-up, the story of the Warriors has been a bit of a tragedy in CPL. They won 11 in a row before losing the final last year. This time though, Chris Green - who's taken the reins from the absent Shoaib Malik - has emphasised the importance of peaking at the right time. He's repeated that narrative time and again, especially after their defeats. But there's not much time left now before it gets too late to peak.

What's worked? Their bowling attack has largely been superb, playing a crucial role in both their wins. They were even able to defend 118 against the Tallawahs - which is the lowest total successfully defended at the CPL. Imran Tahir has led the way in both the powerplay and outside of it, taking 11 wickets (joint-second best). Chris Green, who's made a strong return after his bowling ban due to an illegal action, has provided good support, as has 19-year-old left-arm spinner Ashmead Nedd. Nedd, in the three matches he's played, has an economy rate of 3.91. The variety of Keemo Paul and the seam of Naveen-ul-Haq have further complemented the attack really well. It's quite a statistic that all their bowlers, who have bowled at least 12 overs, have economy rates of under 7.

Problem area? The batting line-up is having an absolute shocker of a time for the Warriors. They were utterly carried in the first two matches by twin fifties from Shimron Hetmyer, but even he's lost his form now with four failures in a row. Brandon King, top of the scoring charts last year, can't buy a run this time with two ducks in his four single-digit scores. Same with Chandrapaul Hemraj and Sherfane Rutherford. Nicholas Pooran has one fifty and five failures, while Ross Taylor - filling in the middle-order slot of Malik - is not converting his starts.

Emerging player: His control to make full use of conducive pitches has been the remarkable feature of Nedd who's having a tremendous maiden outing at the CPL. He's given enough evidence of his temperament as well, coming up against the likes of Andre Russell and holding his own.

IPL watch: Tahir and Green will join CSK and KKR respectively, while Hetmyer is set for a debut season with Delhi Capitals. Notably, Samuel Badree, who is spin bowling coach at the Capitals and also commentating in the CPL, raised concerns over Hetmyer's fitness and told him to lose weight during one of the games when the batsman was mic'd up.

Meanwhile, Sherfane Rutherford, who is part of MI, has been a big disappointment so far.

Jamaica Tallawahs (Played - 5, Won - 2, Lost - 3)

The bitter split with Chris Gayle, the resignation of coach Ramnaresh Sarwan and a lot of background noise coming into this season, it's not been an easy start on the field either. The Tallawahs, under Rovman Powell, are fifth on the table, although they do have a game in hand over the Warriors with whom they're tied on points.

What's worked? In Mujeeb Ur Rahman and Sandeep Lamichhane, the Tallawahs probably have the best spin attack in terms of performances. Mujeeb is the leading wicket-taker with 12 wickets, while Lamichhane has seven, and both have economy rates under 4.50. Mujeeb's variations have been harder to pick than ever, while some of Lamichhane's googlies have remained untouchable for left-handers, fizzing across from over the wicket. There's a rejuvenated Fidel Edwards bowling quick leather at the top as well.

Problem area? Just like the Warriors, some of the batting from the Tallawahs has been atrocious. Chadwick Walton is having it much worse than Brandon King, scoring at 2.60 in five innings. Asif Ali has faded away after a couple of good knocks. But there are signs that they might yet turn this around. Nkrumah Bonner has looked good in the middle order, while Glenn Phillips is one of the few openers not struggling. They just need a way to empower Andre Russell, who's had too much to do too often.

What's also a major concern is the two all-rounders - Powell and Carlos Brathwaite - who are doing well with neither bat nor ball. That's greatly affecting their team balance.

IPL watch: Mujeeb is another Afghan presence in the IPL, where he will join Kings XI Punjab and should relish the slow pitches in the UAE much like he's done in the Caribbean. His schedule is the same as Rashid and Nabi, with the same Shpageeza commitments lined up.

St Kitts and Nevis Patriots (Played - 5, Won - 1, Lost - 4)

Captain Rayad Emrit insisted there's fight left in Patriots, while also sounding helpless and at the mercy of the toss, stating that it determined the outcome after their most recent defeat against Zouks. There's definitely some truth to both those statements, and even opposition captain Sammy felt sorry for the Patriots. But it kind of sums up their campaign so far.

What's worked? Not a great deal. Evin Lewis had that one tremendous knock in a run-chase against the Tridents, and Ben Dunk provided the finishing touches in that same encounter. But apart from that it's been slim pickings in the form of economical bowling displays from Emrit and off-spinner Jon-Russ Jaggesar.

Problem area? As with most teams that are struggling, it's the batting that's pulling them down. And the Patriots are having it much worse than the others. They're basically reliant on good starts from their opening pair of Lewis and Chris Lynn. And while Lewis has done that on a few occasions, Lynn has struggled. Due to this, their fragile middle-order has been exposed regularly. This is where the absence of Fabian Allen, who missed his flight for the tournament, is being felt dearly.

Emerging player: You might remember Joshua Da Silva from his short wicketkeeping stint as a substitute in the third Test against England. He made his debut for the Patriots, and made a run-a-ball 41* in a losing effort. He's since been in and out of the team, and it remains to be seen whether he has the ability to elevate gears in this format.

IPL watch: Chris Lynn, part of MI this season, has made 65 runs in five innings, struggling against spin on slow pitches.

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Re: Hero CPL T20: Aug 18-Sep 10, 2020.@Trinidad & Tobago.(Live On Star Sports & Hotstar)

Posted: Sat Aug 29, 2020 12:03 am
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28 ball 72 with 257 Strike Rate & 9 sixes Pollard Special won Knight Rider by 2 wickets with @ ball Spare

Match 17

Barbados vs Knight Riders

Brief scores: Barbados Tridents 148/7 in 20 overs (Johnson Charles 47, Kyle Mayers 42; Akeal Hosein 2-30, Jayden Seales 2-21, Sikandar Raza 2-11) lost to Trinbago Knight Riders 149/8 in 19.5 overs (Lendl Simmons 32, Kieron Pollard 72; Jason Holder 2-27) by 2 wickets.

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Re: Hero CPL T20: Aug 18-Sep 10, 2020.@Trinidad & Tobago.(Live On Star Sports & Hotstar)

Posted: Sat Aug 29, 2020 12:04 am
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Match 18 @ 12.45 IST

Tallawahs vs Patroits

Glenn Phillips, bowlers set up easy win for Tallawahs

Glenn Phillips smashed two fours and six sixes in his 61-ball knock of 79

Brief scores: Jamaica Tallawahs 147/6 in 20 overs (Glenn Phillips 79*, Jermaine Blackwood 27; Rayad Emrit 3-32) beat St Kitts and Nevis Patriots 110 in 19.4 overs (Evin Lewis 21; Carlos Brathwaite 3-11, Veerasammy Permaul 2-20) by 37 runs

Re: Hero CPL T20: Aug 18-Sep 10, 2020.@Trinidad & Tobago.(Live On Star Sports & Hotstar)

Posted: Sun Aug 30, 2020 5:44 am
by Harmer
Zoukes defend 92 with 3 runs win

Match 19
Barbados vs Zoukes

Zoukes 92 all out

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Re: Hero CPL T20: Aug 18-Sep 10, 2020.@Trinidad & Tobago.(Live On Star Sports & Hotstar)

Posted: Sun Aug 30, 2020 5:47 am
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Pooran hits 10 Sixes in 45 ball
Century


Match 20
Patriots vs warrior

12.45 pm IST

Pooran blows away St. Kitts & Nevis Patriots with 45-ball 100

Nicholas Pooran peeled off 10 sixes in a 45-ball epic worth 100 runs as Guyana Amazon Warriors smashed past an out-of-sorts St. Kitts & Nevis Patriots with ease in chase.

The impact of Pooran's blitz was further amplified by the words of his captain Chris Green, who felt his side had leaked 15-20 runs more than they'd have liked when the Patriots finished with 150 for 5. Pooran made a mockery of a fairly defendable total as Guyana Amazon Warriors completed the chase with 2.5 overs to spare and picked up two valuable points in the race to the knockouts.

The Patriots were hamstrung by two early wickets, after which the recovery process was slow and scratchy against Chris Green's smart rotation of his bowling options. Green chose to bowl out his 20-year-old off spinner Kevin Sinclair inside the first half of the innings - for incredible bowling figures of 4-0-9-1.

Green also thwarted the recovery effort by dismissing Ben Dunk (19 off 23) in the 10th over, putting the Patriots in a position to begin resurrection work all over again. Denesh Ramdin joined Joshua Da Silva in that endeavour and made progress - Patriots went from 52 for 3 in 10 overs to 85 for 3 in 14. Though Da Silva fell in the 18th over - for 59 off 46 - the Patriots managed 65 runs off the last six overs to head into the innings break with some level of optimism.

The Kings XI Punjab management would've watched the game unfold with utter glee, not just for Pooran's penchant to cart sixes at will but also the knack to dig his team out of a rabbit hole, while he's at it. Patriots' optimism of picking up points spilled over beyond the halfway stage as offie Jon-Russ Jaggesar had the chasers on the mat at 25 for 3 inside the PowerPlay. What followed though, was a 127-run stand for the fourth wicket between Pooran and Ross Taylor, where the latter contributed a grand total of 25 runs.

It's not just the flair that often gets associated with young batsmen from the Caribbean that has made Pooran such a vaunted acquisition in leagues around the world, but also the fact that he has a good understanding of how to play against spin. Nine of his 10 sixes on Sunday came against spinners, with the last three off successive deliveries to wrap up the chase in a jiffy in the 18th over - off Ish Sodhi.

Even with Pooran's flying start, the game was still very much in the balance at the 10-over mark of the chase, with the Warriors on 59/3. Pooran tipped the scales in his team's favour in just the next over, hitting a four and two sixes in an 18-run over. To deny Pooran from running away with the game, Rayad Emrit was forced to bring back Alzarri Joseph in just the 13th over, but to no avail.

Pooran welcomed him with a four through backward point that brought up his 25-ball half-century and then smartly sliced a full ball towards the thirdman fence to cap off the 12-run over. It turned out to be one of those days when Pooran had everything in his repertoire - flat sixes against slightly short of length deliveries and the reach to put away flighted balls dipping in front of him. Even the bowling team's effort to get Pooran to play on the offside by pitching them full and wide didn't yield desired results as Pooran managed to clear those longer boundaries too.

As Taylor enjoyed the best seat in the house to witness the youngster's maiden T20 hundred, Pooran saved the best display of the night for the very last. Ish Sodhi's last-ditch efforts at variations were dealt with much cruelty, as Pooran took his team past the finish line, and his score to a perfect 100, with six.six.six.

Brief Scores: St Kitts & Nevis Patriots 150/5 in 20 overs (Joshua Da Silva 59, Denesh Ramdin 37*; Chris Green 2-31) lost to Guyana Amazon Warriors153/3 in 17.1 overs (Nicholas Pooran 100*; Jon-Russ Jaggesar 2-33) by 7 wickets

Re: Hero CPL T20: Aug 18-Sep 10, 2020.@Trinidad & Tobago.(Live On Star Sports & Hotstar)

Posted: Sun Aug 30, 2020 5:49 am
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Aug 31 day off

Re: Hero CPL T20: Aug 18-Sep 10, 2020.@Trinidad & Tobago.(Live On Star Sports & Hotstar)

Posted: Tue Sep 01, 2020 3:28 pm
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Match 21 Knight Riders vs TallaWahs

Game 21 starts with Bang as Sunil Narine
Smashed 11 ball 29 with 6 fours

Colin Munro had registered ducks in his last two ducks hits Lucky 65 after drops on 5

Trinbago Knight Riders continued their unbeaten run in the Caribbean Premier League with their seventh win on the trot in Tarouba. Setting Jamaica Tallawahs an imposing 185 to win, the Knight Riders' spinners strangled the opposition thereafter to pick up a 19-run win on Tuesday (September 1).

After Sunil Narine's 11-ball 29 set the ton upfront, Colin Munro and Keiron Pollard accelerated in quick time at either ends. After ducks in his last two games, Munro blazed away to a half-century before being sent back for 65 off 54 balls. But it was Pollard's blitzkrieg of an unbeaten 33 off 16 balls that provided them the late impetus they needed to finish with a strong total of 184/4.

Opener Chadwick Walton's duck didn't help their cause at all, but Glenn Phillips took matters into his own hands to keep them afloat. His useful 41 off 31 balls had his end secure but he didn't find a solid partner to take the game back to the Knight Riders. He added 64 runs with Nkrumah Bonner (26) to still keep them in the chase, but the asking rate steadily increased. Jamaica needed 115 runs off the last 10 overs. When Andre Russell came to the middle, Jamaica's required run rate was close to 13 with Dwayne Bravo and Narine being left with 5 of the last 7 overs.

Russel belted a 23-ball fifty, with five fours and four sixes, but it was too late for the Tallawahs. It was the powerplay that made the difference. Chasing a stiff target, they not just lost two wickets - Walton and Jermaine Blackwood - in the first two overs against the two left-arm spin of Akeal Hosein and Khary Pierre, but also managed to score just 35 runs in the powerplay. They eventually fell short as Jamaica picked up their fourth loss in the CPL.

Brief scores: Trinbago Knight Riders 184/4 in 20 overs (Colin Munro 65; Carlos Brathwaite 2-36) beat Jamaica Tallawahs 165/6 in 20 overs (Glenn Philips 41, Andre Russell 58*; Fawad Ahmed 2-21) by 19 runs.

Re: Hero CPL T20: Aug 18-Sep 10, 2020.@Trinidad & Tobago.(Live On Star Sports & Hotstar)

Posted: Tue Sep 01, 2020 11:54 pm
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Match # 22
Barbados Trident vs Warriors

Trident were 27 for 8 but Santner/Rashid put on 48 for 9th wicketvs Warrior

Trident 27/8>> 92 all out
Santner 36 (3 run out, Naveen 4 fer, Sinclair 2 wickets) warrior 93/2 (King 51 not out)

Warrior won by 8 wkts