Jamaica Tallawahs will contest the Caribbean Premier League (CPL 2022) final after a 37-run victory over the Guyana Amazon Warriors in Qualifier 2 on Wednesday (September 28).
There were a lot of people asking their questions at the toss when Shimron Hetmyer decided to field first.
Nothing much that happened in the course of this match changed that sentiment. But the Amazon Warriors didn’t do themselves any favors with some terribly sloppy fielding, most notably an edge behind dropped when centurion Shamarh Brooks was on 5.
It means Amazon Warriors don’t even get to the final this year. Instead, it will be the Tallawahs and Royals going for the title for two nights.
“The only thing is probably taking our chances. Taking your chances contribute to winning. That really summed it up for me today. If we had to do it all over again, I would have done the same thing (bowl first) really. The guys did well upfront. They put the ball in the correct areas and we got two early wickets as well. It’s all about taking the chances when we had them,” Hetmyer said after the second Qualifier.
Guyana Amazon Warriors have made it to the knockouts of all ten editions of the CPL so far but have never won the title.
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Shimron Hetmyer leads the Guyana Amazon Warriors in this year’s Caribbean Premier League for First Time and he expresses his disappointment lose the knockout games.
“The guys should be commended. After the start that we had, being at the bottom of the table for majority of the tournament and then coming to Guyana and changing the entire approach, it was really commendable.” hetmyer added
“Sad that we couldn’t get through to the final this year but it was a really good job by the fellows and I would actually celebrate with them. The support was fantastic.” Warriors’ captain concluded.