Zouks beat Tridents

Barbados Tridents suffered their second consecutive defeat this week in the Caribbean Premier League when they lost to St Lucia Zouks by seven wickets under the Duckworth/Lewis method at the Darren Sammy National Stadium today.

On Wednesday they were handed a 36 run defeat by the Jamaica Tallawahs at Sabina Park.

In today’s match Tridents made 137 for eight off 20 overs, with Kyle Hope top scoring on 55. Kieron Pollard made 20.

Zouks meanwhile, were 131 for three off 16.3 overs.  Andre Fletcher was the top scorer on 45, followed by Johnson Charles with 41.

3 Responses to Zouks beat Tridents

  1. Alex Alleyne July 23, 2016 at 10:32 pm

    Nothing BAJAN about this TRIDENTS.

  2. harry turnover July 24, 2016 at 6:54 am

    Pollard and Singh the two of you can continue to pick 5 trinis in the squad for the final two matches in Florida to ensure defeat and make things easier for your Country TRINBAGO KNIGHT RIDERS to reach the final 4.,
    An overseas member of the Tridents has also voiced his opinion on the tactics of Pollard and Singh which is more blatant this year,and has questioned WHY hasn’t there been more locals in the Tridents team as is being done in the other franchises.
    That question was also asked by a SA commentator at the beginning of the Bdos leg but the BAJAN commentators preferred to talk about Bajan food and night life
    Looking at the” dug out ” for the match against the Tallawahs one
    local showed his displeasure at Pollards’ tactics by moving his chair
    which was next to an important member of the Tridents further
    back and it was no surprise that he was not included for the next match.
    I hope that certain INFLUENTIAL people launch an investigation in POLLARDS” and SINGHS” tactics and do something about it…talk to the players and they will tell you the SAME thing and MUCH MORE.

  3. Margaret Bascombe
    Margaret Bascombe July 24, 2016 at 12:00 pm

    No love lost St.Lucia is my second home.Congrats Zouks.


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