The defending champions Trimbago Cavaliers won their fourth victory in this year’s Caribbean Premier League, beating Jamaican Tarawa by 75 points. In another game of the day, the Barbados Royals defeated the Guyana Amazon Warriors by 45 points, maintaining their hope of entering the play-offs.
After hitting the ball, the Cavaliers initially struggled because they were restricted by Imad Wasim and Veerasammy Permaul. Captains Kieron Pollard and Tim Seifert’s onslaught ensured that they scored 4 points and 167 points with 28 strokes in the final.
Seifert hit the ball in the 18th game and changed the game, because he completed 24 runs with only 8 balls, and his cooperation with Pollard completed 62 of 20 shots. Times offense.
The Jamaican Tallawahs worked hard to build a partnership in some of the wonderful bowling balls of Sunil Narine, Ravi Rampaul and Ali Khan because it was tied 92.
The Barbados Royals won their second victory in the championship, but there are still three group matches left. Invited to hit the ball, the Royals quickly started, collecting 67 times from Powerplay, Johnson Charles (40) and Kyle Meyers (36) let their team fire early.
The Amazon Warriors kept in touch with Meyers and Azam Khan’s wickets, but the 48 points between Glenn Phillips and Smit Patel gave the Royals back the lead.
Phillips topped the list with 44 points. He received strong support from Jason Holder. He scored 22 points with just 7 goals. When both fell in rapid succession, the Royals lost some momentum, but still made 8 of 185 shots.
Please also read- Long live test cricket when we have Virat Kohli-Warne
Romario Shepard once again became the top bowler of the Amazon Warriors, making 3 of 31 of his four pitches. In response, the Warriors had a terrible start. In the first six games, they entered PowerPlay with 39 3-pointers and three wickets fell into their PowerPlay.
When the wicket fell, Mohamed Hafiz sorted things out for the Warriors. He scored 30 points on 25 goals, and then was tripped by Smit Patel on a wide ball played by Nurse Ashley.
When Hafez fell, the Amazon Warriors needed 65 balls and 115 runs, and the pressure was on Shahib Malik to see his team go home. When he fell while shooting at Nyeem Young, Guyana had no way back.
Some late orders from Odean Smith delayed the inevitable.
1. Trinbago Knight Riders 167 for 4 (Simmons 42, Pollard 39) defeated Jamaican Tallawahs 92 (Ali Khan 4 for 6) with 75 points.
2. The Barbados Royals made 185 shots with 8 points (Phillips 44 shots, Charles 40 shots, Meyers 36 shots; Shepherds 3 shots 31 shots) defeated the Guyana Amazon Warriors with 45 points (O. Smith shot 43, Ha Fitz made 30 shots; Yang made 3 shots and 24 shots).