Caribbean Premier League

Jacques Kallis appointed as chief mentor of Trinbago Knight Riders

Former South African all-rounder Jacques Kallis has joined the Trinbago Knight Riders franchise in the Caribbean Premier League as the chief mentor for the 2016 season.
14 May 2016
 

Jamaica Tallawahs sign Dale Steyn as replacement for Lasith Malinga

The Jamaica Tallawahs franchise in the Caribbean Premier League have signed up Proteas pace spearhead Dale Steyn as the replacement for Sri Lankan pacer Lasith Malinga, who has been ruled out of the tournament due to knee injury.
30 April 2016

Martin Guptill to lead Guyana Amazon Warriors in CPL

New Zealand opening batsman Martin Guptill has been announced as the captain of the Guyana Amazon Warriors in the upcoming season of the Caribbean Premier League replacing Denesh Ramdin.
13 April 2016

Dates for Florida leg of Caribbean Premier League announced

The organisers of the 2016 Caribbean Premier League have announced the dates of for the Florida leg of the tournament, with the matches scheduled to be played at the Lauderhill Stadium in Fort Lauderdale.
3 April 2016

AB de Villiers joins Barbados Tridents for 2016 CPL

Flamboyant South African batsman AB de Villiers has signed with the Barbados Tridents franchise for the upcoming season of the Caribbean Premier League.
11 February 2016

Salman Butt, Mohammad Asif named in CPL draft

Pakistan cricketers Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif, who are on a comeback trail after serving their suspensions have been registered for the player draft of the upcoming season of the Caribbean Premier League.
3 February 2016

CPL adds six marquee players for 2016 season

The organisers of the Caribbean Premier League have confirmed the addition of six marquee players to the player draft for the upcoming season of the Twenty20 competition.
30 January 2016

Evolution of the Caribbean Premier League

There is a joy about Calypso cricket, an unbridled joy, unadulterated at its core, like how it should be when it comes to sport.
30 July 2015

Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel clinch CPL title

Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel defeated reigning champions Barbados Tridents by 20 runs in the final of the Caribbean Premier League in Port of Spain to claim their first ever title.
27 July 2015

Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel storm into CPL final

A disciplined bowling effort and a responsible knock from Kamran Akmal in the second semi-final helped Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel storm into the final of the Caribbean Premier League by defeating Guyana Amazon Warriors by six wickets in Port of Spain.
26 July 2015

We're determined to reach the final - Sunil Narine

Guyana off-spinner Sunil Narine has voiced his team's intentions of making it to the final of the 2015 Caribbean Premier League after having missed out in the previous two years.
24 July 2015

CPL has helped me improve as a bowler - Marchant de Lange

South African pacer Marchant de Lange, who represents Guyana Amazon Warriors in the Caribbean Premier League, feels that the tournament has helped him to become a better bowler
24 July 2015

Bravo brothers flatten Jamaica as Trinidad & Tobago march into second semis

Darren Bravo's heroics with the bat and Dwayne Bravo's five-wicket haul handed Trinidad &Tobago Red Steel a victory over the Jamaica Tallawahs in the first semi-final of the Caribbean Premier League in Port of Spain.
24 July 2015

We've been gelling well as a team - Andre Russell

Jamaica Tallawahs all-rounder Andre Russell credits his team's success in the ongoing Caribbean Premier League to the remarkably friendly atmosphere in the dressing room.
23 July 2015

De Lange, Simmons take Guyana Amazon Warriors into semi-final

Guyana Amazon Warriors stormed into the second semi-final of the Caribbean Premier League as they defeated Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel by seven wickets in the final group stage match at the Providence Stadium.
22 July 2015

Bravo, Kallis take Trinidad & Tobago to semi-finals

A scintillating unbeaten half century from Jacques Kallis, and an all-round performance from Dwayne Bravo, sailed Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel to a seven-run win over Jamaica Tallawahs, and with that a spot in the semi-finals of Caribbean Premier League 2015.
20 July 2015

Kieron Pollard bowls Barbados Tridents to a 14-run win

Kieron Pollard's fantastic bowling display saw Barbados Tridents defeat Guyana Amazon Warriors by 14 runs in the 28th game of the Caribbean Premier League at the Providence Stadium.
19 July 2015

Bravo Brothers secure win for Trinidad and Tobago in rain marred game

The Bravo brothers led the way for Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel, as they defeated St Kitts and Nevis Patriots by 18 runs (Duckworth-Lewis Method), in the 27th game of the Caribbean Premier League at the Queen's Park Oval.
19 July 2015

Narine, Ramdin set up big win for Guyana

Guyana Amazon Warriors claimed an important win by beating St Lucia Zouks by three wickets in the 26th match of the Caribbean Premier League in Guyana.
18 July 2015

Bravo brothers keep Trinidad & Tobago alive with a huge win over Barbados

Darren Bravo played a scintillating knock with the bat while Dwayne Bravo performed with the ball to take Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel to a massive 72-run victory against Barbados Tridents at the Queen's Park Oval.
17 July 2015