Sixes fly in record CPL clash.

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943 total views, no views today St Kitts & Nevis Patriots produced the most astonishing Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) victory as they chased down Jamaica Tallawahs’ 241/4 on a night when sixes flew and records tumbled at Warner Park.The Tallawahs appeared home and hosed at the halfway stage after Chris Gayle had returned to torment the side he had led for the previous two seasons. The Universe Boss smashed 116 from 62 balls with 10 sixes to register his 22nd T20 century, sharing a Hero CPL record partnership of 162 with…

Awesome hitting by Pooran lands Warriors win.

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932 total views, no views today An extraordinary unbroken fifth-wicket partnership of 78 from just 29 balls between Nicholas Pooran and Sherfane Rutherford set Guyana Amazon Warriors on their way to a third straight Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) victory at the expense of Barbados Tridents. This thumping 47-run victory means that last year’s runners-up have, like the team that beat them to the 2018 title Trinbago Knight Riders, gone three from three during the first home stint of their season. For much of the Warriors innings, though, such a result…

Langer defends Australia’s Ashes celebrations.

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743 total views, no views today “Justin Langer has defended Australia's Ashes celebrations. Australia coach Justin Langer has defended his players’ boisterous celebrations after retaining the Ashes following claims they mocked England spin bowler Jack Leach. Langer’s side clinched a dramatic fourth Test win over England in the last hour of Sunday’s final session at Old Trafford.The victory gave Australia a 2-1 lead with just one match to play and they marked the occasion with a raucous on-field party.At one stage, Australia’s star batsman Steve Smith was seen wearing and rubbing…

Simmons, Ramdin star for TKR.

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683 total views, no views today Defending Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) champions Trinbago Knight Riders made it three wins from three in their season-opening home stint after cruising past St Lucia Zouks’ 167/5 with seven wickets and 13 balls to spare. Very different yet equally impressive half-centuries from the explosive Lendl Simmons and ice-cool Denesh Ramdin ensured a mid-range target never really posed much of a threat. Simmons set the tone with a six straight back over Thisara Perera’s head from just the second ball of the innings, with Sunil…