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HERO CPL SQUADS CONFIRMED
Sports Bulletin Report GUYANA:-Following the completion of the 2022 Hero Caribbean Premier League draft the teams for this year’s tournament have been confirmed. The biggest move of the draft saw Shai Hope sign for the Guyana Amazon Warriors where he will join Ronsford Beaton and Veerasammy Permaul. Rahkeem Cornwall has moved from the Saint Lucia Kings to join the Barbados Royals. The Royals also picked up exciting young batter Teddy Bishop and seamer Nyeem Young. With the draft now completed the teams for the 2022 Hero CPL are as follows:   BARBADOS ROYALS JAMAICA TALLAWAHS GUYANA AMAZON WARRIORS QUINTON DE KOCK (S) ROVMAN POWELL (R) IMRAN TAHIR (S) JASON HOLDER (R) SANDEEP LAMICHHANE (S) SHIMRON HETMYER (R) DAVID MILLER (S) FABIAN ALLEN (S) TABRAIZ SHAMSI (S) MUJEEB UR RAHMAN (S) IMAD WASIM (S) ODEAN SMITH (R) OBED MCCOY (S) BRANDON KING (S) ROMARIO SHEPHERD (R) KYLE MAYERS (R) KENNAR LEWIS (R) COLIN INGRAM (S) AZAM KHAN (S) MOHAMMAD AMIR (S) CHANDRAPAUL HEMRAJ (R) HAYDEN WALSH (R) SHAMARH BROOKS (R) SHAI HOPE (D) OSHANE THOMAS (R) MIGAEL PRETORIUS (S) PAUL STIRLING (S) RAHKEEM CORNWALL (D) CHRIS GREEN (S) HEINRICH KLAASEN (S) DEVON THOMAS (S) RAYMON REIFER (D) KEEMO PAUL (S) JOSHUA BISHOP (D) JAMIE MERCHANT (D) JERMAINE BLACKWOOD (S) JUSTIN GREAVES (D) AMIR JANGOO (D) GUDAKESH MOTIE (S) CORBIN BOSCH (S) SHAMAR SPRINGER (D) VEERASAMMY PERMAUL (D) NYEEM YOUNG (R) NICHOLSON GORDON (D) RONSFORD BEATON (D) TEDDY BISHOP (D) KIRK MCKENZIE (D) MATTHEW NANDU (D) RAMON SIMMINDS (D) JOSHUA JAMES (D) JUNIOR SINCLAIR (D)   ST KITTS & NEVIS PATRIOTS SAINT LUCIA KINGS TRINBAGO KNIGHT RIDERS DWAYNE BRAVO (R) FAF DU PLESSIS (S) KIERON POLLARD (R) EVIN LEWIS (R) TO BE CONFIRMED ANDRE RUSSELL (S) ANDRE FLETCHER (S) TIM DAVID (S) SUNIL NARINE (R) WANINDU HASARANGA (S)* ROSTON CHASE (R) NICHOLAS POORAN (S) SHERFANE RUTHERFORD (R) JOHNSON CHARLES (S) COLIN MUNRO (S) DWAINE PRETORIUS (S) KESRICK WILLIAMS (R) AKEAL HOSEIN (R) DARREN BRAVO (S) DAVID WIESE (S) MAHEESH THEEKSHANA (S) + SHELDON COTTRELL (R) ALZARRI JOSEPH (R) TIM SEIFERT (S) DOMINIC DRAKES (R) SCOTT KUGGELEIJN (S) SEEKKUGE PRASANNA (S) TO BE CONFIRMED  MARK DEYAL (S) JAYDEN SEALES (R) DEWALD BREVIS (S) JEAVOR ROYAL (R) ALI KHAN (S) IZHARULHAQ NAVEED (S) MATTHEW FORDE (D) TION WEBSTER (R) JOHSUA DA SILVA (D) LEROY LUGG (D) KHARY PIERRE (D) JON RUSS JAGGESAR (D) PRESTON MCSWEEN (D) ANDERSON PHILLIP (D) KEACY CARTY (D) LARRY EDWARDS (D) TERRENCE HINDS (D) KELVIN PITTMAN (D) ACKEEM AUGUSTE (D) LEONARDO JULIEN (D) JADEN CARMICHAEL (D) RIVALDO CLARKE (D) SHAARON LEWIS (D) QASIM AKRAM (S) *   RAVI RAMPAUL (S) +    
AZAM KHAN, DE KOCK AND MILLER JOIN BARBADOS ROYALS
Sports Bulletin Report GUYANA:-The Barbados Royals have announced their overseas signings for the 2022 Hero Caribbean Premier League which gets underway on 31 August. Quinton de Kock will appear at Hero CPL for the first time, bringing with him a huge amount of experience. De Kock has played more than 250 T20 matches for South Africa and franchises around the world. He will be joined by fellow South African David Miller who will be playing for his third Hero CPL team having previously appeared for the Jamaican and Saint Lucian franchises. Miller has more than 8000 T20 runs at a strike rate of 138. Pakistani batter Azam Khan is returning to the Royals for a second successive season having made his Hero CPL debut in 2021. Afghan spinner Mujeeb ur Rahman will be with the Royals in 2022 having previously played for the Jamaica Tallawahs. Mujeeb has raced to almost 200 T20 wickets and has become a sought-after bowler around the world. The final overseas spot will be filled by South African all-rounder Corbin Bosch who recently joined the Rajasthan Royals at the India Premier League. Expressing his thoughts on the team’s overseas signings, Head Coach Trevor Penney said: “We are delighted to have signed some of the best overseas players of the T20 format, who we feel will complement our retentions perfectly. Quinton is a proven match winner who has delivered for both his country and all the franchises he’s played for around the world, and we are delighted that he’s chosen the Royals as the team to start his CPL journey at. On the other hand, having worked closely with David Miller and Corbin Bosch at the Rajasthan Royals, we know exactly what they bring to the table and at the same time, they also understand the philosophy of the Royals perfectly. “We are also happy to have the energy and excitement that Azam Khan can bring to the group, having seen him perform for us last season. While Mujeeb ur Rahman is a world-class spinner who has made his name plying his trade in T20s globally and is a quality and potentially effective addition to our spin department. From my perspective, these signings are an indication of the kind of cricket we want to play here at Barbados, and I’m confident going into the drafts that we’re building a talented and dynamic squad to vie for the title this season,” added the 54-year-old Penney. The Royals will have five more spots to fill at the Hero CPL draft with details of these picks released during the draft show which will be broadcast on 7 July at 9am ECT. BARBADOS ROYALS: QUINTON DE KOCK, JASON HOLDER, DAVID MILLER, MUJEEB UR RAHMAN, OBED McCOY, KYLE MAYERS, AZAM KHAN, HAYDEN WALSH, OSHANE THOMAS
Mohammad Amir & Imad Wasim join Jamica Tallawahs
Sports Bulletin Report GUYANA:-The Jamaica Tallawahs have announced their overseas signings for the 2022 Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) which gets underway on 31 August. Left-arm seamer Mohammad Amir will be joining the Tallawahs for the first time having represented the Barbados Royals last season, claiming 11 wickets at an average of 13.54. The other four overseas players have all had experience with the Tallawahs in the past. Nepalese leg-spinner Sandeep Lamichhane was with the franchise in 2020 where he took 12 wickets and went at an economy rate of just 5.27 runs an over. Imad Wasim, Chris Green and Miguel Pretorius were all with the Tallawahs in 2021 and will return this season as overseas signings. The Tallawahs will have seven more spots to fill at the Hero CPL draft with details of these picks released during the draft show which will be broadcast this Thursday – 7 July – at 9am Eastern Caribbean Time. JAMAICA TALLAWAHS: ROVMAN POWELL , SANDEEP LAMICHHANE, FABIAN ALLEN, IMAD WASIM, BRANDON KING, KENNAR LEWIS, MOHAMMAD AMIR, SHAMARH BROOKS, MIGAEL PRETORIUS, CHRIS GREEN
MUNRO AND SEIFERT BACK WITH TKR
Sports Bulletin Report GUYANA:-The Trinbago Knight Riders have announced their overseas signings for the 2022 Hero Caribbean Premier League which gets underway on 31 August. Colin Munro, the Hero CPL’s leading overseas run scorer of all time, and fellow New Zealander Tim Seifert are back with the Knight Riders for the 2022 tournament. They will be joined by USA international Ali Khan who is with the Knight Riders for another year having first joined them in 2017. Sri Lankan internationals Maheesh Theekshana and Seekkuge Prasanna round out the overseas signings for 2022, with Prasanna rejoining the Knight Riders having been with the franchise in 2019. The Knight Riders will have five more spots to fill at the Hero CPL draft with details of these picks released during the draft show which will be broadcast this Thursday – 7 July – at 9am Eastern Caribbean Time. “We are very happy with our overseas signings this year. The idea was to maintain the core of the team, while adding a few new resources to bolster the squad for CPL 2022," said Venky Mysore, Director of Trinbago Knight Riders. Colin Munro, Ali Khan and Tim Seifert have all made significant contributions to TKR in the past and share a great bond with our local players and the franchise. “We also look forward to welcoming the two Sri Lankans Seekkuge Prasanna and Maheesh Theekshana to complete our overseas roster for TKR this year. Seekkuge of course, has already represented us in 2019, and with Theekshana coming in, the squad for this upcoming edition is shaping up very nicely for us." TRINBAGO KNIGHT RIDERS: KIERON POLLARD, ANDRE RUSSELL, SUNIL NARINE, NICHOLAS POORAN, COLIN MUNRO, AKEAL HOSEIN, MAHEESH THEEKSHANA, TIM SEIFERT, SEEKKUGE PRASANNA, JAYDEN SEALES, ALI KHAN, TION WEBSTER,
CPL: FIXTURES FOR THE 2022 OF MEN & WOMEN CONFIRMED
Sports Bulletin Report GUYANA:-The fixtures for the 2022 Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) and the inaugural Women’s Caribbean Premier League (WCPL) have been confirmed. The tournament will visit St Kitts & Nevis, Saint Lucia, Trinidad & Tobago and culminate in the final in Guyana. The opening day of the tournament will see the Trinbago Knight Riders Women take on the Barbados Royals women before the current Men’s champions, St Kitts & Nevis Patriots, begin their title defense against the Jamaica Tallawahs. Pete Russell, CPL’s CEO, said: “It is very exciting to be able to confirm the fixtures for this season with this announcement being all the more special with the WCPL taking place for the first time in 2022. We can’t wait to be back travelling around the Caribbean and we are looking forward to welcoming our wonderful fans back into the stadiums across the region.”   Hero CPL 2022 Fixtures St Kitts & Nevis Wednesday 31 August, 3pm Trinbago Knight Riders Women vs Barbados Royals Women Wednesday 31 August, 7pm St Kitts & Nevis Patriots Men vs Jamaica Tallawahs Men Thursday 1 September, 10am Saint Lucia Kings Men vs Trinbago Knight Riders Men Thursday 1 September, 3pm Guyana Amazon Warriors Women vs Trinbago Knight Riders Women Thursday 1 September, 7pm St Kitts & Nevis Patriots Men vs Barbados Royals Men Saturday 3 September, 10am Jamaica Tallawahs Men vs Guyana Amazon Warriors Men Saturday 3 September, 3pm Barbados Royals Women vs Guyana Amazon Warriors Women Saturday 3 September, 7pm St Kitts & Nevis Patriots Men vs Trinbago Knight Riders Men Sunday 4 September, 10am Barbados Royals Men vs Saint Lucia Kings Men Sunday 4 September, 2:30pm WOMEN’S FINAL   Sunday 4 September, 7pm St Kitts & Nevis Patriots Men vs Guyana Amazon Warriors Men Saint Lucia  Wednesday 7 September, 10am Barbados Royals Men vs Trinbago Knight Riders Men Wednesday 7 September, 7pm St Lucia Kings Men vs Jamaica Tallawahs Men Thursday  8 September, 10am  Guyana Amazon Warriors Men vs St Kitts & Nevis Patriots Men Thursday  8 September, 7pm Saint Lucia Kings Men vs Barbados Royals Men Saturday 10 September, 10am Jamaica Tallawahs Men vs Trinbago Knight Riders Men Saturday 10 September, 7pm Saint Lucia Kings Men vs Guyana Amazon Warriors Men Sunday 11 September, 10am Jamaica Tallawahs Men vs Barbados Royals Men Sunday 11 September, 7pm Saint Lucia Kings Men vs St Kitts & Nevis Patriots Men Trinidad Tuesday 13 September, 7pm Trinbago Knight Riders Men vs Barbados Royals Men Wednesday 14 September 10am Jamaica Tallawahs Men vs St Kitts & Nevis Patriots Men Wednesday 14 September, 7pm Trinbago Knight Riders Men vs Guyana Amazon Warriors Men Thursday 15 September, 10am Barbados Royals Men vs Jamaica Tallawahs Men Saturday 17  September, 10am St Kitts & Nevis Patriots Men vs Saint Lucia Kings Men Saturday 17  September, 7pm Trinbago Knight Riders Men vs Jamaica Tallawahs Men Sunday 18 September, 10am Barbados Royals Men vs Guyana Amazon Warriors Men Sunday 18 September, 7pm Trinbago Knight Riders Men vs Saint Lucia Kings Men Guyana Wednesday 21 September, 10am Barbados Royals Men vs St Kitts & Nevis Patriots Men Wednesday 21 September, 7pm Guyana Amazon Warriors Men vs Jamaica Tallawahs Men Thursday 22 September, 10am Trinbago Knight Riders Men vs St Kitts & Nevis Patriots Men Thursday 22 September, 7pm Guyana Amazon Warriors Men vs Saint Lucia Kings Men Saturday 24 September, 7pm Guyana Amazon Warriors Men vs Trinbago Knight Riders Men Sunday 25 September, 10am Jamaica Tallawahs Men vs Saint Lucia Kings Men Sunday 25 September, 7pm Guyana Amazon Warriors Men vs Barbados Royals Men Tuesday 27 September, 10am Qualifier 1 -  1st place finisher vs 2nd place finisher Tuesday 27 September, 7pm Eliminator – 3rd place finisher vs 4th place finisher Wednesday 28 September, 7pm Qualifier 2 – Winner of Eliminator vs Loser of Qualifier 1  Friday 30 September, 7pm Final – Winner of Qualifier 1 vs Winner of Qualifier 2       
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