Caribbean premier league is one of the cricket leagues in the world. As the Indian premier league, the Caribbean premier is also a great tournament. This tournament started in the year 2013 from there till now 7 seasons of CPL are organized. For live score visit our site for Indians. The Caribbean premier league is first organized in 2006 as the name Caribbean twenty20 but this league is not continuing due to some fraud.
Teams in Caribbean premier league:-
The tournament contains a total of six teams each team contains 15 players. 5 international players and 4 under 23 age players. One international player and one local player. Here is the list of teams in the Caribbean premier league.
|Barbados Tridents||Jason Holder||Phil Simmons|
|Guyana Amazon Warriors||TBD||Johan Botha|
|Jamaica Tallawahs||Rovman Powell||Floyd Reifer|
|St Kitts & Nevis Patriots||Rayad Emrit||Mark O’Donnell|
|St Lucia Zouks||Darren Sammy||Andy Flower|
|Trinbago Knight Riders||Kieron Pollard||Brendon McCullum|
Performance of teams in Caribbean premier league:-
All the teams from the Caribbean premier league are great and entertain players amazing. The team Guyana Amazon Warriors is a team similar to the Chennai Super Kings of IPL. That all other teams are fighting with each other to play against that team in the final. But Guyana Amazon Warriors never won a CPL.
Barbados Tridents is one of best the teams in the Caribbean premier league. This team is a member since the starting of the league in 2013. They have won the CPL in 2014 and 2019 and runner-up in 2015 Captain of Barbados Tridents is Jason Holder and Phil Simmons as head coach of the team.
Guyana Amazon Warriors
Guyana Amazon Warriors is one of the starting team which is created in 2013. The Guyana Amazon Warriors represent Guyana at the Caribbean premier league. This team is one of the successful teams in the Caribbean premier league. This team played 5 finals out of 7. But also lost all of the finals played.
The establishment of Jamaica Tallawahs in the delegate group of Jamaica in the Caribbean Premier League of cricket. It was one of the six groups made in 2013 for the debut period of the competition.
The Tallawahs won their debut competition by overcoming the Guyana Amazon Warriors in the last at Queen’s Park Oval, they additionally won the 2016 CPL season. They are known for their impressive home record, winning 5 out of their 6 home games in CPL History since the finish of the 2014 season. They are additionally the main group in CPL History to play every one of the 11 nearby parts in coordinate which they did in 2013 at home against the TT Red Steel where each of the 11 Tallawah players was Jamaican
St Kitts & Nevis Patriots
St Kitts and Nevis Patriots are a Caribbean Premier League (CPL) cricket establishment situated in Saint Kitts and Nevis and took an interest in the opposition without precedent for 2015. The group will play its home games at Warner Park, Basseterre, situated on Saint Kitts. Like the association’s different establishments, most of its players are from West Indian residential groups.
The class’s first development group, the new establishment was declared on 27 January 2015, bolstered by Saint Kitts and Nevis government, just as the nearby business community. During the 2014 CPL competition, Warner Park facilitated nine matches, played more than 10 days in August, and joined a few fairs and different diversions. The setting facilitated the last six gathering stage matches, and afterward the finals arrangement, containing two semi-finals and the last between the Barbados Tridents and the Guyana Amazon Warriors.
St Lucia Zouks
St Lucia Zouks (once in the past known as St Lucia Stars from 2016–2018) is the delegate group of Saint Lucia in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) of cricket. It is one of the six groups made in 2013 for the debut period of the competition. The Zouks dominated just 4 matches out of 14 in the initial two seasons completing last and second toward the end in the competition individually. The 2016 season demonstrated their best record yet, winning 6 out of 10 games and completing third in the class, the Zouks’ most elevated CPL T20 finish to date.
Group logo as the St Lucia Stars, 2016-2019 seasons. For the 2017 season, the establishment decided to rebrand under another name and logo as the St Lucia Stars. In August 2019, the St Lucia Stars establishment group was chopped out from the competition, with the CPL hoping to supplant the team. They returned as St Lucia Zouks later that month.
Trinbago Knight Riders
The Trinbago Knight Riders is an establishment cricket crew of the Caribbean Premier League situated in Port of Spain, Trinidad, and Tobago. The Red Steel was one of the first six groups made for the competition’s debut 2013 season. Their home ground is Queen’s Park Oval.
Venues in Caribbean premier league
From 1880, Sabina Park was leased by Kingston Cricket Club from Mrs. Blakely, the then proprietor, for a yearly expense of £27. This course of action proceeded until 27 November 1890 when it was bought for £750. Sabina Park turned into a Test cricket ground in 1930 when it facilitated the meeting MCC group for the fourth and last Test in the West Indies’ first home arrangement.
The beautiful ground is maybe one of the most noteworthy in Test cricket history recording the principal triple century in the game with England’s Andy Sandham’s 325 versus the West Indies in the 1930 game. The 365 not out by Sir Garfield Sobers which remained as a Test record for more than 36 years is additionally amused, as is Lawrence Rowe’s reality record on debut 214 and 100 not out against the meeting New Zealand in 1972
The Warner Park Sporting Complex is an athletic office in Basseterre, St. Kitts, St. Kitts, and Nevis. It incorporates the Warner Park Stadium, which was one of the hosts for the 2007 Cricket World Cup. It is named after Sir Thomas Warner, the adventurer who built up the principal English state on St. Kitts.
The eastern portion contains the cricket pitch, structure, media focus, and seating for 4,000 which can be expanded with transitory stands to 10,000 for significant occasions. The arena was to a great extent financed by Taiwan with gifts totaling $2.74 million. The all-out venture cost US$12 million, half for the cricket arena and half for the football offices.
Darren Sammy Cricket Ground
It was finished in 2002 and at present obliges 13,000 observers. Initially named after the Beausejour hills and arranged in the edges of Rodney Bay, the arena was finished in 2002 and has local counterparts for the Windward Islands cricket crew. It arranged its first worldwide Test coordinate in 2003 against Sri Lanka and turned into the primary scene in the Caribbean to have a day-night game.
Central Broward Regional Park
It opened on November 9, 2007, at a development cost of $70 million. It is situated at the side of US 441 and State Road 838 (Sunrise Blvd.).
The Central Broward Stadium was the first U.S. cricket pitch to get accreditation by the International Cricket Council (ICC) to have worldwide matches; it facilitated its first universal Twenty20 arrangement in 2010, highlighting New Zealand and Sri Lanka. In September 2019, the arena facilitated the United States’ first-since forever One Day International (ODI) arrangement, which incorporated the United States’ first ODI triumph.
Queen’s Park Oval
The Queen’s Park Oval is a games arena in Port of Spain, Trinidad, and Tobago, utilized for the most part for cricket matches. It opened in 1896. Exclusive by the Queen’s Park Cricket Club, it is as of now the biggest limit cricket ground in the West Indies with seating for around 20,000
The Kensington Oval is an arena situated toward the west of the capital city Bridgetown on the island of Barbados. It is the pre-famous donning office on the island and is principally utilized for cricket. Privately alluded to as “The Mecca” of cricket, it has facilitated numerous significant and energizing cricket match-ups between neighborhood, local, and worldwide groups during its over 120-year history.
The arena facilitated six World Cup matches between March 28, 2007, and April 9, 2007, most outstandingly the match between Sri Lanka and South Africa in which Sri Lankan quick bowler Lasith Malinga turned into the primary bowler in universal cricket history to take four wickets in four back to back balls. Built fundamentally for cricket coordinates, the arena can be changed over into a multi-use office. The arena was constructed explicitly to have Super Eight matches in the 2007 Cricket World Cup held in March and April 2007.