Kieron Pollard

 |  Written by Dwayne Richards  |  0
Scott Kuggeleijn,Hero CPL, CPLT20,Darren Bravo,Lendl Simmons,Kieron Pollard,cricket,caribbean cricket,St. Lucia Zouks,Trinbago Knight Riders,Ali Khan,Zahir Khan,

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,

 |  Written by Dwayne Richards  |  0
Akeal Hosein,Khary Pierre,Jermaine Blackwood,Glenn Phillips,Mujeeb Ur Rahman,Sunil Narine,Fawad Ahmed,Darren Bravo,Dwayne Bravo,Andre Russell,Kieron Pollard,Lendl Simmons,Trinbago Knightriders,TKR,Rovman Powell,

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.

 |  Written by Anonymous (not verified)  |  0
HERO CPL,Barbados Tridents,Red Steel,Kieron Pollard,

Bridgetown, Barbados: The Barbados Tridents made it three wins in three as they brushed aside the Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel by eight wickets in the Hero Caribbean Premier League. The Red Steel never recovered from four early wickets inside the first six overs as they stumbled to 95-9 in the face of some superb bowling from a rampant Tridents side who have already set the early pace in pursuit of automatic qualification for the Hero CPL final.

 |  Written by Anonymous (not verified)  |  0
CPL,Barbados Tridents, Guyana Amazon Warriors,Kieron Pollard

Bridgetown, Barbados - The Hero Caribbean Premier League 2015 got under way with a rematch of last year’s final as the current champions Barbados Tridents took on the Guyana Amazon Warriors. The Tridents ran out winners thanks primarily to a brilliant all round performance from their captain, Kieron Pollard. His innings of 48 and two wickets were the difference between the sides and even a stunning spell of bowling from Sunil Narine was not enough to stop the current holders of the CPL title getting off to a winning start.

 |  Written by Oshae Hudson  |  0

Photo : Dinesh Ramdin - Guyana Amazon Warriors captain

For second straight year the Guyana Amazon Warriors were denied a hold on the Limacol CPl T-20 trophy as they were beaten by the Barbados Tridents in Sunday's final. Play was interrupted several times by the elements of nature.