The warriors in match 16 of the tournament ended with another the lost, last season the warrior were undefeated in the Round-robin stages but this time around it looks like the Trinidad and Tobago knight riders will be gunning for the crowned with the 5th straight win.
The warrior who batted first after the toss were met with some serious spin attack leading to, Hemraj, King and Pooran back in the dugout with the scores on 3 for 12 . When Veteran Ross Taylor took to outfield he fired some quick runs for the warrior but he too fell short of the glory and got run out for 26. With Hetmyer at creasing trying to settle in the outfield at Queen’s park, he too got jittery and fell for 26 runs off 30 balls.
The rest of the battling line up did single digits contribution with Keemo Paul sung his bat to get 28 the highest total for Warriors as they finish 112 for 7 as they batting woes continues.and has been a staple so far throughout the Tournament thus far.
Khary Pierre was the man with the magic wrist against the warriors as he picked up 3 for 18 off his 4 overs.
With the knight rider destine to wrap up the 5th straight win with the below par score and did so handsomely in just 19 overs. Openers Webster and Simmons got things going with a 34 runs stints between the two with Tahir being the one to break up the start with back to back wickets Simmons 19 and Munro who fell for a duck.
Webster pushed for while on but was caught in the deep for 27 runs as Darren Bravo 26 and New Zealander Tim Seifert 39 taking the knight riders home.
Warriors now sit in fourth place on 4 points after 6 Games while Knight Riders on 10 after 5 games with St Lucia Zucks on 8 points from 6 games and the Barbados trident in Third with 6 points from 5.Warrior will play St Kitts in their next encounter on August 30th, 2:15 pm local time
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