Guyana Amazon Warriors vs Saint Lucia Kings

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9/22/22, 11:41:18 PM 
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16.5
Primus to Shai Hope, SIX, make that three in a row! Hope is going bonkers here and this stiff target has officially become a mockery. Another yorker missed, this is a low full toss on the pads and it's picked up over deep backward square leg

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9/22/22, 11:41:32 PM 
GAW 174/4 (16.5) CRR: 10.34 REQ: 6.63
Guyana Amazon Warriors need 21 runs in 19 balls

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9/22/22, 11:43:57 PM 
GAW 175/4 (17) CRR: 10.29 REQ: 6.67
Guyana Amazon Warriors need 20 runs in 18 balls

Shai Hope 49(24)
Romario Shepherd 2(3)

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9/22/22, 11:45:23 PM 
Shai Hope 50[25

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9/22/22, 11:53:21 PM 
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18.4
Wiese to Shepherd, FOUR, the fielding from the Kings has been atrocious to say the least. Dew hasn't helped for sure but it's still been quite amateurish
18.5
Wiese to Shepherd, 2 runs, to long-on

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9/22/22, 11:54:08 PM 
Guyana Amazon Warriors need 5 runs in 7 balls

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9/22/22, 11:55:54 PM 
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19.1
Forde to Shai Hope, FOUR, to deep backward point

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9/22/22, 11:56:33 PM 
19.2
Forde to Shai Hope, 1 run, highest-ever successful chase in CPL for the Warriors!

SLK 194/5 (20)
GAW 195/4 (19.2) CRR: 10.09

Guyana Amazon Warriors won by 6 wkts

Romario Shepherd 10(11)
Shai Hope 59(30

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9/22/22, 11:57:50 PM 
Great win Warriors Nation… Awesome knock by Hope

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9/23/22, 12:07:24 AM 
Shai Hope | Player of the Match:
Feels good to get out there and do what I love, which is batting. Missed a few games early on. We had self-belief, we wanted to stick to our plans and were confident of chasing them off. It's just about doing what the team requires, batting to a plan and I needed to up the strike rate, so that's what I did. I never played in front of such a great crowd, hopefully we can get them more wins. Of course, you have to have it (self belief about winning the title)
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9/23/22, 12:10:18 AM 
Shimron Hetmyer | Warriors skipper:
Coming home, we knew we had to do our best and the guys continued to deliver time and time again. Well done to the guys. When you are chasing 190-odd, you just tell the guys that you have nothing to lose. That was the thinking and it worked for us. Bowling at night here is tough and can't really fault the guys. Faf played a top knock, one of the best that I've seen in a while. I just told the guys to enjoy themselves and give the crowd a proper show, irrespective of how the result ends

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9/23/22, 12:10:41 AM 
Faf du Plessis | Kings skipper:
It was a nice pitch, there was dew so the ball skid a bit in the second half. I thought we had a good score but we weren't okay with the ball and also not great in the field. It was slippery due to the dew but still. We have one more game left, a win gives us a top-two spot but a loss could even push us out. We know it's tight out there

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