The Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) has continued its fantastic growth during the 2018 season with combined broadcast and digital viewership of over 200 million for the first time in the tournament’s history.
The Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) have announced the “CPL All Stars” team of the tournament for 2018. The team was selected by Tom Moody, Mark Butcher, Daren Ganga, Ian Bishop, Danny Morrison and Michael Slater.
Trinbago Knight Riders ended the league stage as the top-ranked team but somehow lost their way in the playoffs. However, after an easy victory in the qualifier 2, the team is looking back on track for the all-important final against Guyana Amazon Warriors.
Trinbago Knight Riders put the disappointment of their Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) Playoff 1 defeat to Guyana Amazon Warriors behind them with a professional 20-run semi-final win over St Kitts & Nevis Patriots.
As Jamaica Tallawahs and St Kitts and Nevis Patriots lock horns in the Eliminator of CPL 2018, one team will move forward to face Trinbago Knight Riders in Qualifier 2 while the other would pack their bags to head home.
Shimron Hetmyer and Sherfane Rutherford blasted Guyana Amazon Warriors into second place in the Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) table with an astonishing assault on the Trinbago Knight Riders attack.
All-round star Rovman Powell contributed runs, wickets and catches as Jamaica Tallawahs kept their hopes of a top-two Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) finish alive with a convincing eight-wicket victory over rivals Guyana Amazon Warriors at Providence Stadium.
Trinbago Knight Riders were indebted to more runs from the Hero Caribbean Premier League’s (CPL) Mr Consistent Colin Munro in a thumping 67-run victory over fellow playoff qualifiers Guyana Amazon Warriors at Queen’s Park Oval.
This is the battle of the top two teams of the tournament and each would like to go one up. Incidentally, both Trinbago Knight Riders and Guyana Amazon Warriors are tied with five wins and two losses from seven games.