The It was the high-impact pair of AB de Villiers and Shoaib Malik, who anchored the chase for Tridents against Nevis Patriots. Wayne Parnell and David Wiese’s zestful displays with the ball also would have lifted the spirits of the Tridents camp. Ravi Rampaul, the experienced seamer, has chipped in with crucial wickets in the tournament as well.
Tallawahs will again hope for Chris Gayle to lay a vigorous foundation at the top of the order. Gayle has been in prime form in the tournament; in the game against Trinbago Knight Riders, the 36-year-old opener’s unbeaten 54-ball 108 was awash with a stream of fours and sixes. He also composed a fifty when they met Nevis and Patriots.
Barbados Tridents (From): Steven Taylor, Kyle Hope, Shoaib Malik, AB de Villiers, Kieron Pollard(c), Nicholas Pooran(w), David Wiese, Ashley Nurse, Akeal Hosein, Wayne Parnell, Ravi Rampaul, Kyle Corbin, Imran Khan, Navin Stewart, Robin Peterson, Raymon Reifer, Shamar Springer, Jason Holder
Jamaica Tallawahs: Chadwick Walton, Chris Gayle(c), Kumar Sangakkara(w), Nkrumah Bonner, Rovman Powell, Shakib Al Hasan, Imad Wasim, Andre McCarthy, Garey Mathurin, Dale Steyn, Kesrick Williams.
It was all nice and exciting until toss as the exuberant crowd gathered to witness some exhibition from the likes of Gayle, ABD, Sanga, Pollard, Shakib, Steyn and et al. The rain, however, had other plans. Delayed the start for nearly two hours and just when things spiced up, heavy rain interrupted once more forcing a no result. Both teams share a point each and with that, Jamaica Tallawahs slide to second spot while Barbados Tridents continue to remain in the same slot.
Third from the bottom half that is. The match between these two teams is going on a very interesting note and is having lots of memorable moments in the whole match. The match is going far more amazingly then imagined and because of no chances of rain the game is going too well.