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South Africa stay 1-0 up after rain spoils second ODI

Dane van Niekerk’s half-century helped South Africa get to 177/8 before rain washed out the second one-day international in Barbados.

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Campbelle Spark Fails to Ignite Windies Women

Resolute batting from Shemaine Campbelle failed to inspire WINDIES Women and South Africa Women cruised to a 40-run victory in the first ICC Women’s One-day International of the Sandals International Home Series on Sunday here.

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Knight Riders successfully defend Hero CPL title after cruising past Warriors

Trinbago Knight Riders 150/2 (Munro 68*, McCullum 39, Shepherd 1/29) beat Guyana Amazon Warriors 147/9 (Ronchi 44, Pierre 3/29, DJ Bravo 2/30) by eight wickets with 15 balls remaining

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Jamaica Tallawahs back on top, Tridents lose again

Jamaica Tallawahs are top of the 2018 Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) six-team table after beating Barbados Tridents by five wickets at the Kensington Oval in Barbados on Wednesday night.

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CPL 2018, Match 21: St Lucia Stars vs St Kitts and Nevis Patriots, Preview and Predicted Playing XI

After a disappointing show in CPL, St Lucia will hope to regain some pride when they face St Kitts and Nevis Patriots in the 21st fixture of CPL 2018 at the Warner Park in Basseterre, St Kitts on Thursday, August 30. Both teams have played six matches against each other in the Caribbean Premier League with the Nevis Patriots winning four of those and the Lucia Stars two.

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Tanvir cameo helps Amazon Warriors move to second spot

Guyana Amazon Warriors 169 for 6 (Tanvir 37*, Mohammed 36, Brathwaite 2-23) beat St Kitts and Nevis Patriots 168 for 7 (Gayle 40, Devcich 35, Tahir 4-22) by four wickets

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McCullum, spinners consign Barbados to second defeat in 24 hours

Trinbago Knight Riders 130 for 6 (McCullum 66, Irfan 2-24) beat Barbados Tridents 128 for 8 (Hope 42, Fawad 2-13, Bravo 2-23, Pierre 2-29) by four wickets

Trinbago Knight Riders joined Jamaica Tallawahs at the top of the table on eight points after a dominant display in a four-wicket win over Barbados Tridents. The final margin painted the Tridents in a flattering light, but they were out of the game by the second over when left-arm spinner Khary Pierre singlehandedly wrecked the Tridents top order with two wickets and a run-out off his own bowling in the space of four balls.

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Powell fifty propels Tallawahs atop the table

Jamaica Tallawahs 204 for 5 (Powell 64, Williams 3-34) beat St Lucia Stars 183 for 8 (Pollard 46, Simmons 45, Russell 2-15) by 21 runs

After ending their three-game Florida ‘home’ slate winless, the Jamaica Tallawahs looked more at ease in a true road setting as Andre Russell’s charges rediscovered the winning touch in St Lucia by scoring a 21-run win over St Lucia Stars. A match-up with the franchise holding the most losses in CPL history was just the tonic the Tallawahs needed to reclaim the first place on the table as Rovman Powell‘s splendid 64 took the Tallawahs past 200.

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Patriots overcome miserly Irfan spell to register third win

St Kitts and Nevis Patriots 148 for 4 (King 60, Thomas 32, Irfan 2-1) beat Barbados Tridents 147 for 6 (Holder 54, Cutting 2-18, Devich 2-25) by six wickets

Brandon King overcame a torturous opening spell from Mohammad Irfan to record his maiden CPL fifty, leading the St Kitts & Nevis Patriots to a six-wicket win over Barbados Tridents on Saturday evening at Kensington Oval.

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Pollard blitz keeps Stars playoffs hopes alive

St Lucia Stars 141 for 4 (Fletcher 45, Pollard 41*, Permaul 2-20) beat Guyana Amazon Warriors 140 for 9 (Delport 25, McCoy 2-23) by six wickets

Captain Kieron Pollard ensured St Lucia Stars’ playoff hopes aren’t snuffed out as the Stars bounced back from Tuesday night’s abysmal effort of 69 all out to trip up CPL table-toppers Guyana Amazon Warriors by six wickets with 11 balls to spare.

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