Hero CPL

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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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Photo: A year ago Javelle Glenn was celebrating taking a catch for the Jamaica Tallawahs against the TKR, yesterday his 3/16 helped the St. Lucia Zouks destroy the Tallawahs in their final preliminary round game. 

 

 

 

 

After an abysmal performance in round robin section of this season’s Hero CPL T-20 competition, the Jamaica Tallawahs run the risk of losing their most loyal fans.

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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: Jamaica Tallawahs new pace bowler Dale Steyn speaking at the press conference ahead of the clash between Tallawahs and the Guyana Amazon Warriors at Sabina Park in Kingston, Jamaica on Friday. The Warriors got the better ofthe Tallawahs earlier this season and the Jamaican team will be looking to turn the tables on their nemesis on Friday night.

 

 

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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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Chris Gayle is to do surgery on his back and it may keep him out of action for about three months. The hard hitting batsman has just finished with 430 runs from 10 matches played in the Hero Caribbean premier league (CPL) asked his fans to wish him luck as he gets ready to do his surgery after he make an appearance in a charity match in August.

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Photo: Chadwick Walton on the go for the Jamaica Tallawahs against the T&T Red Steel at Sabina Park. The Tallawahs won the game before losing the return game at the Queens Park Oval. Both team will meet in semifinal one of the HERO CPL 2015 on Thursday.

The Jamaica Tallawahs and the Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel face off in semifinal 1 of the Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) 2015, tomorrow at the Queens Park Oval at 5:00pm. Both teams have played each other twice already this season and have won a match piece in two tight contests.

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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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Photo: Guyana Amazon Warriors captain Denesh Ramdin collects the winners cheque after his team thumped the Jamaica Tallawahs by 84 runs at Sabina Park on Sunday.

Former champions the Jamaica Tallawahs were walloped by the Guyana Amazon Warriors at Sabina Park on Sunday when they were beaten by 84 runs to record their second loss in as many days in the HERO CPL. The Amazon Warriors first made 179 for 3 before bowling out the Tallawahs for 95 with more than four overs to spare.

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