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Photo: Lendl Simmons produced his best batting innings of the season to guide the perfect Trinbago Knight Riders (TKR) to their fourth Hero CPL title (Getty Images)

 

 

 

 

Lendl Simmons produced his best batting display, scoring 84 not out, to guide the perfect Trinbago Knight Riders (TKR) to their fourth Hero CPL title, as they overcame first time finalists the St. Lucia Zouks to win by 8 runs, at the Brian Lara Cricket Stadium on Thursday,

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BASSETERRE, St Kitts (CMC) — Guyana Amazon Warriors will try to compensate for last year's heartbreak when they clash with a buoyant Barbados Tridents in the final of the Caribbean Premier League here today.

The two teams took contrasting paths to the final - Amazon Warriors battling through the play-offs and Tridents booking a direct spot - but this will account for little when they pit their strengths against each other in the 4:00 pm (3:00pm Jamaica time) contest at Warner Park here.

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BASSETERRE, St Kitts — An excellent opening partnership between Lendl Simmons and Martin Guptill set up a thumping victory for the Guyana Amazon Warriors as they booked their place in the Limacol Caribbean Premier League final with ease at Warner Park yesterday.

Both openers reached half- centuries as defending champions, the Jamaica Tallawahs, were eliminated from the tournament. Both knocks were near chanceless efforts as they became the first side to win a CPL match by 10 wickets.

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Photo: Andre Russell

It was another day of heroics from the Jamaica Tallawahs “Superman” Andre Russell , as the allrounder produced another fantastic late order batting display to help the defending champions pull off a nail biting win over the Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel in the Limacol Caribbean Premier League T-20 play-offs on Wednesday.

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Photo: Chris Gayle receives the winners cheque from former Jamaica Prime Minister the Honourable PJ Patterson

The carnival like atmosphere that greeted the final over of the game between the Jamaica Tallawahs and the Barbados Tridents in the Limacol Caribbean Premier League T20 competition on Sunday told the story that the defending champions were already winners of the contest with six balls to go in the match. The Tallawahs defeated the Tridents by 19 runs to seal their third win at Sabina Park and sixth win of the season as they look to defend the title they won last year.