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Cricket: CPL Final: More heartbreak for Amazon Warriors as Barbados Tridents win

GAME SCORECARD -CPL FINALS – Guyana Amazon Warriors versus Barbados Tridents

  • as Jonathan Carter and Raymon Reifer shine for Tridents
Jonathan Carter
Jonathan Carter

(ESPN) When the New England Patriots defeated the New York Giants 38-35 to end the 2007 regular season, they became the first NFL team to go undefeated since the league expanded to a 16-game format. But the game exposed vulnerabilities that gave the Giants a blueprint to beat the Patriots in their rematch in Super Bowl XLII 17-14.

Last Sunday, the Guyana Amazon Warriors defeated Barbados Tridents to take their CPL record unbeaten streak to 11 matches by posting a Providence Stadium record total of 218 for 3 behind Brandon King’s record century. What was lost in the shuffle of that match was that the Tridents actually made a serious fist of the chase, ending on 188 with Jonathan Carter top-scoring to make 49 off 26, as some vulnerabilities started to appear.    Continue reading

Cricket: West Indies CPL Twenty/20 Is Coming To South Florida This August


The cheerleaders are ready for The Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) .

News Americas, FORT-LAUDERDALE, FL, Fri. July 21, 2017:

Cricket – A popular Caribbean sport’s tourney is returning to South Florida this August.

The Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) Twenty/20 cricket will be back in Lauderhill, Florida, for the second successive year, for four matches on August 5 and 6.

The matches will be played at the Central Broward Regional Park in Lauderhill.   Continue reading

Cricket: Caribbean Professional League Finals – Updates

Guyana Amazon Warriors beat Jamaica Tallawahs – will meet Barbados Tridents for Finals

August 15, 2014 · Stabroek News

Amazon Warriors

The Amazon Warriors celebrate (CPL20)

Lendl Simmons was unbeaten on 71 – “Man of the Match”

BASSETERRE, St Kitts, CMC – Guyana Amazon Warriors stormed into the finals of the Caribbean Premier League after a stunning 10 wicket mauling of Jamaica Tallawahs in the second-semi-final here yesterday. (August 14). Jamaica had eliminated the Trinidad Red Steel in the first semi-final the previous day.

Blistering half centuries from openers Lendl Simmons and Martin Guptill ripped the fight out of the Tallawahs, sending the defending champions crashing out of the tournament and making way for new champions to be crowned.  Continue reading

Caribbean T-20 Cricket – Commentary

Caribbean T-20 Cricket – Commentary

AUGUST 30, 2013 | BY  |  EDITORIAL

The inaugural season of the Limacol Caribbean Premier League has just been completed and it might be appropriate at this time to reflect on what it means for the region. That the event was successful beyond the wildest expectations of even the most diehard local cricket groupie, is beyond dispute. But while the success might have been most visible in the massive crowds that thronged the venues at every one of the twenty-four games that comprised the tournament, it went beyond that particular boundary.

There was never any doubt as to the exciting nature of Caribbean cricket. Ever since we tore up the international scene from the 1960s, West Indian cricketers were loved throughout the world for their dashing “calypso” cricket. While some might have scoffed at their unorthodox methods, their exuberance captivated everyone. The shorter formats of the game, first the 50-over One-Day Internationals (ODIs) and then the Twenty/20 (T-20), were even more suited to their buccaneering style. Consequently, while their fortunes might have waned in the Test arena from the nineties, they were perfect for ODIs and T-20 fixtures.   Continue reading

Cricket: CPL hailed a massive success

CPL hailed a massive success

CPL_CEO_Damien_O_Donohoe_Chris_Gayle_PJ_PattersonPORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad, Monday August 26, 2013 – The inaugural Limacol Caribbean Premier League has been hailed by organisers and players as a “massive success.”

Picture:  Limacol CPL CEO Damien O’Donohoe with Chris Gayle and The Most Honourable PJ Patterson

The tournament ended on Saturday night in front of a full house at the Queen’s Park Oval in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad with the Jamaica Tallawahs crowned as the champions after beating the Guyana Amazon Warriors by seven wickets with 15 balls in hand.

It was the culmination of 24 matches over 26 days involving six franchise teams from across the region, with those matches played out at packed venues.   Continue reading

Capitol News – TV News Videos – August 19, 2013

Capitol News – TV News Videos – August 19, 2013

  • African Coalition determined to construct their own monument at Parade ground
  • Caribbean Airlines to review current fare structure following a meeting with Guyana Government
  • Guyana Amazon Warriors to clash with Trinidad Red Steel in first CPL semifinal
  • APNU calls for the establishment of an Interpersonal Violence Unit to deal with domestic violence
  • Commissioner of Police appeals for help to confront the problem of domestic violence
  • Parliamentarian calls on Education Ministry to address high failure rates in CXC Math and English
  • Drug trafficking through air/sea ports makes it harder for legitimate companies

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African Coalition determined to construct their own monument at Parade groundPosted: 19 Aug 2013 04:31 PM PDT –  Despite the Government’s moving apace with the construction of the 1823 monument at the Kitty seawall road, a coalition group is determined to construct their own monument at Parade ground where the African Slaves were beheaded. On Sunday the coalition held a sensitization, Remembrance and Freedom walk as the group continues to muster support and highlight […]     Continue reading

Capitol News – TV News videos – 12 August 2013

Capitol News – TV News videos – 12 August 2013

  • Government scrambles to meet with Guyana’s major coalition bloc to save the Amaila Falls Hydro Project
  • President Ramotar denies there was any secrecy about the Amaila falls Hydro project
  • Opposition APNU justifies its position for not supporting the Amaila falls Hydro project
  • PNC/R executive continues to advocate for shared Governance
  • Region Ten Chairman wants to see Gov’t honour Linden Agreement
  • Guyana joins other countries around the world to mark International Youth Day
  • Barbados Tridents suffer first defeat in Limacol CPL to Guyana Amazon Warriors
Government scrambles to meet with Guyana’s major coalition bloc to save the Amaila Falls Hydro ProjectPosted: 12 Aug 2013 05:00 PM PDT

Sithe Global used the Sunday newspapers to make its announcement – abandoning the Amaila Falls Hydro Project because of lack of blanket support from the Parliamentary opposition. The project, at US$858 million would have been the most expensive project of any kind to be undertaken in the country’s history. The Government trumped up the project […]           Continue reading

Capitol News – TV News Videos – 25 July 2013

Capitol News – TV News Videos – 25 July 2013

  • Government supporters protest opposition’s voting down of Amaila Falls Hydro Project
  • Gamble with the Local Government Bills continues in the National Assembly
  • More enforcement on the cards to address Trafficking In Persons – Minister Persaud
  • Social Activist Gaskin challenges framers of the Amaila Falls deal
  • Flair, Fashion and Food at InterGuianas Festival in Cayenne, French Guiana
  • Guyana Amazon Warriors look forward to challenge in upcoming CPL T/20

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Government supporters protest opposition’s voting down of Amaila Falls Hydro ProjectPosted: 25 Jul 2013 06:28 PM PDT

While Parliament was in full swing inside of the National Assembly, outside Government supporters were protesting the opposition’s voting down of a Bill and a Motion which would have helped paved the way for the Amaila Falls Hydro Project. While the Government were having their say, opposition supporters of the APNU joined the picket line […]    Continue reading