Trinbago Knight Riders 170/7 (Munro 90, Ramdin 39, Tanvir 3-27, Shepherd 3-29) beat Guyana Amazon Warriors 103 (Primus 36*, Ali Khan 3-22, Fawad 2-20)
Trinbago Knight Riders erased the bad memories of some early season woes at Queen's Park Oval as they stormed back to the top of the CPL table in an emphatic fashion with a 67-run win over Guyana Amazon Warriors. The hosts staked a claim to be favourites for repeating as CPL champions behind another Colin Munro half-century, the fourth time he passed 50 in six career innings against Amazon Warriors.
New Zealand's Munro is on the verge of obliterating the single-season scoring record for the CPL, ending Wednesday night just 23 away from surpassing the mark of 458 set last year by Chadwick Walton. Munro cracked his fifth fifty in eight innings in the season, this one the biggest of the lot as part of a 135-run second-wicket partnership with Denesh Ramdin.
- USA's Ali Khan stepped up in the battle for first place to wreck the Warriors chase early. Unlike the record chase by Tallawahs spearheaded by Andre Russell's century when they had been four down in the Powerplay against Knight Riders, there would be no comeback from the Warriors. Dwayne Bravo and Fawad Ahmed claimed two wickets each
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