Tallawahs quicks hand Patriots 108-run thrashing

Keswick Williams led the Jamaica Tallawahs attack with three wickets

The Jamaica Tallawahs pace bowlers crowd them quicker to the top spot in the CPL table by wrapping up St Kitts and Nevis Patriots for 75 in 15.5 overs to safe a 108-run win in Kingston. The edge was second-most elevated for a triumph in the CPL, and by chance, the record for the most astounding edge has a place with Patriots' 119-run win against Tallawahs. Tallawahs' win on Saturday was their 4th in six matches, setting them a point behind Guyana Amazon Warriors.

Loyalists' chase of 184 didn't get the begin they needed as Andre Russell banished Lendl Simmons for a duck on the third bundle of the first over, which yielded stand out run. Steyn likewise smothered with a similarly conservative 1st   over. Russell was clubbed for a four and six by Faf du Plessis in the third over, before having the batsman got at feast point in the same over for 12. Evin Lewis and Jonathan Carter moreover got begins however quick bowler Kesrick Williams wrecked the pursuit by taking three wickets - of Carter, Lewis and Brad Hodge - in four balls in the ninth over, to lessen Patriots to 53 for 5.

Like Hodge, Devon Thomas likewise fell for a first-ball duck in the following over before Steyn and Shakib Al Hasan wiped out the tail, as Patriots lost their last 8th wickets for just 22 runs. While Williams completed with 19-3 Russell, Steyn and Shakib transported two each with economy rates of under 6th each.

At the point when Tallawahs were demanded that bat, they lost their openers Chadwick Walton and Chris Gayle reasonably however Kumar Sangakkara directed them towards a focused collective with a half-century, his first of the rivalry in six innings. He manufactured essential organizations with Rovman Powell - 74 in 7.1 overs - and Andre Russell - 45 in 5.2 overs. At the point when Sangakkara yielded to 65 in the sixteenth over, Shakib furnished a late flow with an unbeaten 34 off 17 balls, including 5*4 and a six, to take them to 183, and collective that turned out to be a lot for Patriots.

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