CPL Cricket Returns To South Florida

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Kennar Lewis of Jamaica Tallawahs bats during the Hero Caribbean Premier League match between Jamaica Tallawahs and St Kitts and Nevis Patriots at Sabina Park on August 15, 2018 in Kingston, Jamaica. (Photo by Ashley Allen - CPL T20/Getty Images)

By NAN Sports Editor

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Aug. 17, 2018: South Florida cricket fans are in for a treat this weekend as the 2018 edition of CPL T20 returns to South Florida.

Tomorrow, Sat. Aug. 18th, it will be the clash of the giants at the Central Broward Regional Park in Lauderhill, as the Jamaica Tallawahs again take on the Guyana Amazon.

On Sunday, Aug. 19th, the Tallawahs face defending champions Trinbago Knight Riders again.

The Tallawahs have so far beaten both the Guyanese and the Trinidadian on their home soil. On August 10th they beat the Knight Riders by four wickets at the Queens Park Oval and the next day they beat Guyana at Providence by three wickets.

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That means the re-match this weekend will be fierce, especially since Diaspora fans from all three nations will be present to cheer on their home teams.

Match times for both games is 8 p.m., respectively.

On August 22nd, the Tallawahs will face the Barbados Tridents also in Lauderhill. Match times is 6 p.m. Est.

Tickets range from US$15 – US$800.

The Tallawahs have made it three wins from three in the CPL tourney to date. Skipper Andre Russell has been the shining star for the Tallawahs. He now tops the Index – a unique ratings system which uses a complex formula to rank players in major franchise T20 matches and international T20 games over a three-year period – by 30 points.

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