Defending champions Barbados Royals slammed out. After enduring a six-wicket loss to Guyana Amazon Warriors. Whereas St. Kitts & Nevis Patriots as well left the Hero Caribbean Premier League. It is indeed before finishing their quantity of ten league matches here. Whereas the Warriors secured their semi-final billet outplaying Royals. The match between Patriots and Jamaica Tallawahs was washed out. After a fair over five overs on Thursday.
With three groups yet to play two matches. Also, each and two of them with one match. And each of hand, the four semi-finalists have been finalized.
Trinbago Knight Riders
Trinbago Knight Riders, Guyana Amazon Warriors, St. Lucia Zouks. Jamaica Tallawahs are guaranteed of the last four compartments. It is with the final positions dependant on the games left.
Titleholder Barbados Royals’ destitute run proceeded. As they fizzled to get to three figures once again. It is posting a paltry 89 for 9 after being asked to take first the strike. Tridents were never allowed to settle down. That is once Romario Shepherd 3/22 came on. As the first alter following the first two overs by Chris Green 1/17 and Kevin Sinclair 1/23.
Shepherd sent back Johnson Charles first. And then had Rashid Khan held by a sprinting Brandon King. He runs 20 yards to his left from deep square leg for a diving capture. At that point, Green accounted for Shamarh Brooks and Imran Tahir. They expelled Justin Greaves, as the Royals were 28 for four in 6.1 overs.
Kyle Mayers hit the first six of the day. It is before falling to Tahir. While attempting another hurl over mid-wicket. Michael Santner and Nyeem Young tried to revive the innings. But wickets fell regularly amid infrequent boundaries. As Royals ended their 20 overs for a paltry 89 for nine.
Lastly, another match of St Kitts and Nevis Patriots. They made a start of 46 for no loss in 5.4 overs. But the rain came down to stop their innings. And also ended up their Caribbean Premier League campaign.