• MATCH REPORT 9: Jamaica Tallawahs beat Guyana Amazon Warriors by 4 runs
  • MATCH REPORT 8: Red Steel beat Antigua Hawksbills by nine wickets
  • Guyana Amazon Warrior beat St. Lucia Zouks by nine wickets, with 24 balls remaining
  • MATCH REPORT 6: Barbados Tridents beat Antigua Hawksbills by 5 wickets, with 4 balls remaining
  • MATCH REPORT 9: Jamaica Tallawahs beat Guyana Amazon Warriors by 4 runs
     A sell out crowd at the Providence Stadium was treated to a fantastic match between the Guyana Amazon Warriors and the Jamaica Tallawahs in the Limacol... [ read more » ]
  • MATCH REPORT 8: Red Steel beat Antigua Hawksbills by nine wickets
    The Antigua Hawksbills’ losing streak extended to four matches as they lost to the Red Steel in the Limacol Caribbean Premier League match at the... [ read more » ]
  • Guyana Amazon Warrior beat St. Lucia Zouks by nine wickets, with 24 balls remaining
      An excellent crowd bedecked in the yellow and green of the Guyana Amazon Warriors saw their team destroy the St. Lucia Zouks in the Limacol Caribbean... [ read more » ]
  • MATCH REPORT 6: Barbados Tridents beat Antigua Hawksbills by 5 wickets, with 4 balls remaining
    The runs flowed in the Limacol Caribbean Premier League match between Antigua Hawksbills and Barbados Tridents, with the number three batsmen for both... [ read more » ]
  • MATCH REPORT 9: Jamaica Tallawahs beat Guyana Amazon Warriors by 4 runs2014/July/20
  • MATCH REPORT 8: Red Steel beat Antigua Hawksbills by nine wickets2014/July/20
  • Guyana Amazon Warrior beat St. Lucia Zouks by nine wickets, with 24 balls remaining2014/July/19
  • MATCH REPORT 6: Barbados Tridents beat Antigua Hawksbills by 5 wickets, with 4 balls remaining2014/July/18
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Poll
Make your choice:

Who will win the 2014 edition of the Limacol Caribbean Premier League?

Jamaica Tallawahs
49 (57.65%)
St Lucia Zouks
2 (2.35%)
Antigua Hawksbills0 (0%)
Barbados Tridents
8 (9.41%)
Red Steel
13 (15.29%)
Guyana Amazon warriors
13 (15.29%)

Total votes: 85

Make your choice:

Who will win the 2014 edition of the Limacol Caribbean Premier League?

Jamaica Tallawahs
St Lucia Zouks
Antigua Hawksbills
Barbados Tridents
Red Steel
Guyana Amazon warriors