Pollard special not enough for Tridents - MATCH REPORT 5

Jamaica Tallawahs 154-5 (McCarthy 60, Shakib 44, Wahab 3 for 32) beat Barbados Tridents 142-10 (Pollard 62, Sami 4 for 12) by 12 runs

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Brathwaite the hero at the death for the Patriots

 MATCH REPORT 4

St Kitts and Nevis Patriots 132-3 (Gayle 66, King 39; Jacobs 22 for 1) beat Guyana Amazon Warriors 128-8 (Mohammed 41, Singh 28; Cottrell 2 for 28) by 4 runs.

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Tallawahs collapse to give Tridents a narrow win

MATCH REPORT 3

Barbados Tridents 142-7 (Malik 33, Smith 28, Imad 2 for 15) beat Jamaica Tallawahs 130-6 (Simmons 53, Hosein 2 for 24, Khan 1 for 9) by 12 runs

A dramatic batting collapse by the Jamaica Tallawahs middle order, instigated by some accurate bowling from the Barbados Tridents was key to the Tridents emerging victorious by 12 runs in third match of the 2017 Hero Caribbean Premier League.

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Patriots defeat Amazon Warriors thanks to Brathwaite blitz

MATCH REPORT 2

St. Kitts and Nevis Patriots 124-6 (Brathwaite 31, Carter 29*, Emrit 2 for 14, Jacobs 2-23) beat Guyana Amazon Warriors 123-7 (Walton 60, Cottrell 2 for 18, Ali 2 for 19) by 4 wickets with 6 balls to spare

A blitz from Carlos Brathwaite was key in seeing St. Kitts and Nevis Patriots home in their first game of the 2017 Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) against Guyana Amazon Warriors by four wickets, after a constricting bowling performance had kept the Patriots' target to just 123-7.

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Knight Riders thrash Stars in opening fixture

 MATCH REPORT 1

Trinbago Knight Riders 137-1 (Munro 66*, McCullum 58*, Taylor 1 for 22) beat St Lucia Stars 132-9 (Fletcher 26, Mayers 23, Shadab 2 for 15, Bravo 2 for 23) by 9 wickets with 56 balls to spare

A fantastic bowling performance by the Trinbago Knight Riders set up a convincing nine wicket victory over St Lucia Stars in the opening match of the 2017 Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) at the Darren Sammy Stadium in St Lucia.

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Teams confirmed for Indoor Pan American Cup

On October 14th 2017, Guyana will embark on hosting its first even Pan American level hockey championships.  The tournament called the Indoor Pan American Cups, will feature two simultaneous competitions for men and women and serves as the Pan American Continental Qualifier for FIH Indoor Hockey World Cups scheduled for February 2018 in Berlin, Germany.

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