Dwayne Bravo

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Photo: Lendl Simmons top scored for the Trinbago Knight Riders with 54 not out as they easily disposed of the Jamaica Tallawahs to advance to the finals of the Hero CPL T-20 competition.

 

 

 

The imperious Trinbago Knight Riders (TKR) continued their relentless march in the Hero CPL T-20 competition, as they chalked up their 11th consecutive win in the tournament to blow away a toothless Jamaica Tallawahs team in semifinal one at the Brain Lara Cricket Academy on Tuesday.

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Photo: Andre Russell had a man of the match performance as the Jamaica Tallawahs made it three straight home wins at Sabina Park in the Hero CPL at Sabina Park on Monday night. Ruseell scored 44 runs to help guide the Tallawahs to 158/7 before returning to claim four wickets as the Trinbago Knight Riders were restricted to 139/8 from their 20 overs.

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Photo: Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel celebrate their first hold on the HERO CPL Trophy.

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC) -- Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel crowned themselves the new champions of the Caribbean Premier League when they produced a clinical all-round performance to beat title-holders Barbados Tridents by 20 runs in the grand final here Sunday night.

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Photo: Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel captain Dwayne Bravo shares a light moment with Jamaica Tallawahs captain Chris Gayle before the game between the two teams at Sabina Park. The teams will come face to face again today at 5:00pm.

The Jamaica Tallawahs will battle the Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel at the Queens Park Oval in Trinidad at 5:00pm today in a key match-up in the HERO CPL. The Tallawahs who defeated the Red Steels in their backyard will be looking to move up the tables to get themselves into that second place position and book a semifinal spot.

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Trinidadian Denesh Ramdin will lead the newly selected full-strength West Indies Test squad for their upcoming 2014-2015 tour of South Africa, starting next month.

The full squad reads; Denesh Ramdin (capt), Sulieman Benn, Jermaine Blackwood, Kraigg Brathwaite, Darren Bravo, Shivnarine Chanderpaul, Sheldon Cottrell, Shannon Gabriel, Chris Gayle, Jason Holder, Leon Johnson, Kemar Roach, Marlon Samuels, Jerome Taylor, Chadwick Walton.

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Photo: West Indies players celebrate (WICB)

The West Indies players, who were a part of the team that abandoned the tour of India last week, have retained legal counsel as they seek to tackle the contentious Collective Bargaining Agreement signed by their union, West Indies Players' Association (WIPA).

They have sought the services of lawyer Luke Hamel-Smith to fight on their behalf.

This was made public by their captain/ spokesman Dwayne Bravo who is leading the charge in the current dispute.

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Photo; Marlon Samuels (WICB)

"We extended invitation to Samuels with full knowledge that he is not a member of West Indies Players Association (WIPA) but was an interested party.

"Samuels contributed vigorously to the discussions held and indicated clearly, at that time, that he would stand with any decision taken by the team”. These were the words of the captain of the West Indies Limited Overs team when asked about Marlon Samuels’s outburst about the teams action in India.

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Photo: Nikita Miller in the nets in Jamaica for the Tallawahs

Both the Red Steel and Jamaica Tallawahs have shown that they have “nerves of steel” by pulling out nail-biting wins in their last respective games in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL).

Today they face each other in what is expected to be another exciting game in this season’s CPL. Fans have already been treated to some spectacular cricket in the preliminary stage and the Steel will be anxious to end the unbeaten run of the defending champions.