• MATCH REPORT 15: Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel beat St. Lucia Zouks
  • MATCH REPORT 14: Guyana Amazon Warriors (173-5) beat Barbados Tridents (166-4) by 7 runs
  • MATCH REPORT 13: Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel (183-5) beat Jamaica Tallawahs (170-6) by 13 runs
  • MATCH REPORT 12: Barbados Tridents beat Antigua Hawksbills by 1 wicket with 2 balls remaining
  • MATCH REPORT 15: Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel beat St. Lucia Zouks
       Another fantastic crowd at the Queen’s Park Oval saw a comprehensive victory by the Trinidad &Tobago Red Steel over the St. Lucia... [ read more » ]
  • MATCH REPORT 14: Guyana Amazon Warriors (173-5) beat Barbados Tridents (166-4) by 7 runs
      In front of a packed and vibrant crowd, a brilliant hundred from Dwayne Smith was not enough to secure victory for the Barbados Tridents as they... [ read more » ]
  • MATCH REPORT 13: Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel (183-5) beat Jamaica Tallawahs (170-6) by 13 runs
        The Jamaica Tallawahs lost their 100% record as victory for Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel saw them go top of the Limacol Caribbean Premier... [ read more » ]
  • MATCH REPORT 12: Barbados Tridents beat Antigua Hawksbills by 1 wicket with 2 balls remaining
      The Antigua Hawksbills remain winless in this year’s Limacol Caribbean Premier League as they lost to the Barbados Tridents. This is the Antiguan... [ read more » ]
  • MATCH REPORT 15: Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel beat St. Lucia Zouks 2014/July/27
  • MATCH REPORT 14: Guyana Amazon Warriors (173-5) beat Barbados Tridents (166-4) by 7 runs2014/July/26
  • MATCH REPORT 13: Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel (183-5) beat Jamaica Tallawahs (170-6) by 13 runs2014/July/26
  • MATCH REPORT 12: Barbados Tridents beat Antigua Hawksbills by 1 wicket with 2 balls remaining2014/July/25
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Poll
Make your choice:

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

Jamaica Tallawahs
70 (49.65%)
St Lucia Zouks
5 (3.55%)
Antigua Hawksbills0 (0%)
Barbados Tridents
11 (7.8%)
Red Steel
31 (21.99%)
Guyana Amazon warriors
24 (17.02%)

Total votes: 141

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