Red Steel in last ball win over Amazon Warriors

Darren Bravo maintained his nerve to steer the Trinidad Red Steel to a thrilling four wicket win over the Guyana Amazon Warriors last night in the Caribbean Premier League T20 series.

Needing six off the last ball, Bravo delivered with a massive hit off Ronsford Beaton to end what was a pulsating contest at the Queen’s Park Oval in Trinidad.

Earlier, the Amazon Warriors had rattled up an impressive 179/5 off their allotted overs on the back of Captain Denesh Ramdin’s masterful 84. Jimmy Neesham chipped in with 33. Samuel Badree impressed with 3 for 13.

When they batted, the Red Steel appeared to be in deep trouble until the Bravo brothers Dwayne and Darren stuck together for a 131-run partnership. Krishmar Santokie took 3 for 36.

 

 

 

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