Amazon Warriors looking to break curse!

- clashes with Jamaica Tallawahs again in this year’s CPL

Lendl Simmons

Lendl Simmons

With four commanding wins under their belts from six matches the Guyana Amazon Warriors sits in joint second place on eight points with defending champions the Jamaica Tallawahs whom they will take on today for the second time in this year’s Limacol Caribbean Premier League tournament.

Though they are each on eight points the Tallawahs have played only five matches and have a better net run rate of +0.727 to the Warriors + 0.341.

Today’s match will give the Warriors an opportunity to avenge their defeat to the Tallawahs and move into sole second place.

Today, the Amazon Warriors will look to break their curse of losing to the Jamaicans …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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