Guyana Amazon Warriors replace Malik with Green

As Shoaib Malik will return to Pakistan for a training camp ahead of the Asia Cup, Chris Green will continue to be with Guyana Amazon Warriors’ set-up for the remainder of the Caribbean Premier League season. Initially, Green was picked as a cover for the South African batsman Cameron Delport, who in turn had made…

TKR REGAIN TOP SPOT WITH WIN OVER TRIDENTS

Trinbago Knight Riders 130/6 (McCullum 66, Ramdin 20, Irfan 2/24) beat Barbados Tridents 128/8 (Hope 42, Pooran 34, Holder 30, Fawad Ahmed 2/13, DJ Bravo 2/23, Pierre 2/29) by four wickets with 21 balls remaining Trinbago Knight Riders went top of the Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) table with a four-wicket victory over Barbados Tridents…

Patriots overcome miserly Irfan spell to register third win

Brandon King overcame a torturous opening spell from Mohammad Irfan to record his maiden CPL fifty, leading the St Kitts & Nevis Patriots to a six-wicket win over Barbados Tridents on Saturday evening at Kensington Oval. Irfan claimed Chris Gayle with his first ball and snapped up Evin Lewis caught behind in his second over before making King…

Russell unhappy with pro-Guyana crowd at Tallawahs’ home game

Jamaica Tallawahs captain Andre Russell voiced his displeasure with the decision to shift more home games away from Sabina Park, after his side’s first loss of the season to Guyana Amazon Warriors in Florida. The noisy and at times hostile atmosphere of about 4000 fans was overwhelmingly in favour of the visiting Warriors during a 71-run win over the…

Rampaging Darren Bravo hands St Lucia Stars fourth consecutive loss

Some sensational hitting by Darren Bravo backed by Brendon McCullum’s panache helped Trinbago Knight Riders seal a comfortable five-wicket win over St Lucia Stars at the Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, on Thursday (August 16). Set 213 to win, Knight Riders had fallen behind in the chase before Bravo and McCullum scored 137 off 54…

Taylor, Santokie help Tallawahs swat Patriots aside

Playing on consecutive days, Jamaica Tallawahs recorded their third straight win in Caribbean Premier League 2018 and currently sit at the top of the points table. Fifty from Ross Taylor along with a couple of 40s from Kennar Lewis and Glenn Phillips set up the win against St Kitts and Nevis Patriots at Sabina Park on Thursday…

Zampa, Phillips keep St Lucia Stars winless

Andre Russell’s captaincy career remains perfect while St Lucia Stars still have no idea what a win feels like, they’re now winless for 14 matches – a streak stretching back to 2016 when they were known as the Zouks. For the record, Jamaica Tallawahs recorded their second successive win courtesy a Glenn Phillips half-century and an 81-run…

Emrit, Tahir star Guyana Amazon Warriors defend 141

Guyana Amazon Warriors 141 for 4 (Ronchi 42, Ahmad 3-15) beat St Lucia Stars 138 for 7 (Simmons 45, Emrit 3-26, Tahir 2-23) by three runs Guyana Amazon Warriors preserved their unbeaten start to CPL 2018 in improbable circumstances in a three-run win over St Lucia Stars at Providence Stadium. The visitors found new ways to maintain their…

Sohail Tanvir fined 15% of match fee after middle-finger gesture

Guyana Amazon Warriors fast bowler Sohail Tanvir has been fined 15% of his match fee for making an obscene gesture during his team’s home game against St Kitts and Nevis Patriots on Thursday. Tanvir accepted the sanction handed to him by match referee Denavon Hayles. The incident occurred during the 17th over of the Patriots innings, when Tanvir dismissed…

Hetmyer overshadows Gayle in Guyana’s winning start

Shimron Hetmyer’s breezy, unbeaten 79 overshadowed Chris Gayle’s fighting 86 as Guyana Amazon Warriors began their CPL 2018 campaign with a six-wicket win over St. Kitts and Nevis Patriots. Asked to bat, Patriots could only post a total of 146 for 5 in their allotted 20 overs, with Gayle not getting much support from the…