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Re: Caribbean Premier League 2019

Postby mikesiva » Fri Oct 18, 2019 2:52 am

At Providence, in the Eliminator, Trinbago Knight Riders knocked out St Kitts by seven wickets with an over to spare. Chris Jordan took 3-30, Narine 2-10 and Ali Khan 2-22 to restrict St Kitts to 125-7, Laurie Evans topscoring with 55 from 47. Simmons then hit 51 from 47, and there were unbeaten knocks from Ramdin (32 from 38) and Pollard (26 from 9) to take TKR to victory.
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Re: Caribbean Premier League 2019

Postby mikesiva » Tue Oct 22, 2019 4:02 pm

at Providence, in the First Qualifier, Guyana beat Barbados by 30 runs. King pillaged 132 not out from just 72 balls, and Malik made 32 from 19, as Guyana compiled 218-3, while Walsh took 2-42. Shepherd then took 3-50, Tahir 2-13 and Odean Smith 2-25 to restrict Barbados to 188-8. Carter made 49 from 26 and Hales 36 from 19.
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Re: Caribbean Premier League 2019

Postby mikesiva » Fri Oct 25, 2019 8:34 am

At the Brian Lara stadium, in the Second Qualifier, Barbados beat Trinbago Knight Riders by 12 runs to reach the final. Charles hit 35 from 41 to take Barbados to 160-6, against Ali Khan (2-36), Pierre (2-35) and Chris Jordan (2-40). Gurney (2-31), Walsh (2-33), Nurse (2-14) and Reifer (2-13) combined to dismiss TKR for 148 all out. Prasanna made 51 from 27, but there was not much else from the top order.
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Re: Caribbean Premier League 2019

Postby mikesiva » Wed Oct 30, 2019 5:06 am

In Tarouba, Barbados won the final with a 27-run win over Guyana. Carter hit 50 not out from 27 balls, and Charles 39 from 22, to take Barbados to 171-6. Reifer (4-24), Gurney (2-24) and Nurse (2-17) combined to restrict the previously-unbeaten Guyana to 144-9. Brandon King topscored with 43 from 33, but he did not receive support from the other Guyanese batsmen.
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