DEFENDING CHAMPS BT OUSTED AS GAW CONTINUES DOMINANCE

The Barbados Tridents puts on another bad performance with the bat, the Tridents who looked out of touch from the beginning of the tournament continued on into the penultimate game.
The tridents who had to win to keep their hopes alive for semi-final spot were yet again meet with the Warriors bowling attack which has been the backbone for the tournament for the warriors.
Wasting no time after the toss the warriors got into the action with Johnson Charles and Rashid Khan falling victim to Seamer Romario Shepard in his first over to get warriors through the gates, by the halfway mark of the tridents innings the were 6 down for a mere 39 runs.
A cameo partnership between Santner and Young for 30 save the tridents some face but still, that was enough to get past the 100-line mark as they folded for 89 for 9 off their 20 overs.
Shepard led the way with the ball picking up three for 22 with Imran Tahir with 3 as well for 12 and skipper Green and Sinclair with one each.
After beating the tridents down with the ball,the warriors took to the pitch with the bat.King who has been out touch fell the very first delivery of the innings with an arm ball that landed on a good length from Santner.
Hemraj was the next to go after his quickfire with the bat for his 29 from 22 balls that ended with a catch from Nyeem Young at deep third man. Rutherford and Pooran didn’t last long at the crease which led to a few worried faces in the warriors camp .
It was Shimron Hetmyer and Veteran Ross Taylor that saw the match through with 30 and 16 runs respectively to hand warriors the win over the Tridents by 6 wickets, and knocked them out of the semi-finals.
Warriors will have to wait to see whom they play in the semis on Tuesday after the round-robin stage ends on Sunday
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