The Warriors wasted no time in the order to show they still have the power to dominate any team in the shortest version of the Game. Trident’s after who destroyed by the Knight Riders and lost to the Zouk’s who posted a target under 100 seem to left the Tridents in a wobble in the match which that he had to win to stay in the hunt for the top four positions.
Trident when they took to filed was meet with Green’s and Sinclair’s off-break got the tridents openers Johnson Charles and Justin Greaves back into the pavilion for a duck. The warriors then continued to make inroads in the tridents line up with Skipper being run out for a duck as well.
Mayers tried to holding things tighter for his 10 off 22 deliveries but wickets keep falling as Tridents at the halfway stage of their innings were 6 for 22. All hope wasn’t a loss of tridents as Santner and Rashid Khan 48 runs 9th wicket stand give Barbados a fighting chance as they finish on 92 all out. With Naveen-ul-Haq picking up his best figures of 4 wickets for 14 runs off his 4 overs.
The warriors looking for their second win in a row got by easily despite the slow start to their innings. Youngster Kevin Sinclair contributes with 3 before Rashid Khan snuck through the gates to pick up the tridents first wicket, Hetmyer didn’t stay long as well for his 9 runs from 7.
The night belongs to Brandon King who wasn’t showed case his batting talent since the tournament started to play a Captain innings with his 5th Cpl Half Century and Nicholas Pooran who help tailored a 3rd wicket stand 58 runs for the warriors to seal the win with 20 deliveries remaining.
Warriors’ next matchup is Wednesday against second of the leader board St Lucia Zouk’s at 5:30 pm local time.
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