Harper disappointed with way CPL final ended

Coach of the Amazon Warriors team Roger Harper is disappointed with the way the just-concluded second Limacol Caribbean Premier League final between the Amazon Warriors and the Barbados Tridents ended in St Kitts.

In an exclusive interview with Stabroek Sports, Harper the former West Indies all-rounder said:” I ‘m very disappointed in the game and how it ended.”

The game which was played last Saturday at Warner Park ended in controversial fashion when play was suddenly called off and the Barbados Tridents declared the winners on the Duckworth/Lewis method with the Amazon Warriors needing 46 runs from 25 balls for victory with six wickets in hand.

Rain had intervened with the Warriors 107-4 in 15.1 overs chasing 153 and play was set to restart or so it seemed before inexplicably the Tridents were declared the winners.

“After the third umpire put the bails on, I sent a reserve to find out what was going on and he was waved off by …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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