Guyana Amazon Warriors Management contesting outcome of CPL final

Following the controversial ending of the second Caribbean Premier League final which ended on Saturday night in St Kitts with victory for the Barbados Trident over the Amazon Warriors, the management of the Guyana Amazon Warriors team has decided to protest the outcome.

According to a press release, the management team “has taken a decision to contest the outcome of the second Caribbean Premier League (CPL) final played between the Amazon Warriors and the Barbados Tridents on August 16 at Warner Park, St Kitts and Nevis.

“This decision was taken following a review of the sequence of events that took place during the game, which started at 16:03h (4:03 p.m.) under overcast conditions,” stated the release.

“During the Barbados Tridents innings, there were two rain interruptions – one at the end of 7 overs and the other at 11.2 overs. By the end of the Tridents innings of 20 overs, they had scored 152 runs for 6 wickets.

“At the start of the Guyana Amazon Warriors innings, the Duckworth/Lewis calculation sheet was provided as per norm. During the course  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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