Stats and records of the CPL 2023; From leading run-scorer to highest wicket-taker

The Caribbean Premier League (CPL) 2023 ended on September 24, with Guyana Amazon Warriors emerging as the champions. The Guyana-based team played exceptionally well throughout the tournament and defeated Trinbago Knight Riders in the event’s final.

CPL 2023 Final

The much-awaited summit clash took place at the Providence Stadium and saw Guyana bundle out Trinbago for a mere 94-run total. Dwaine Pretorius shined with the ball for his team and bagged four wickets. Meanwhile, Gudakesh Motie and Imran Tahir picked two wickets each.

In reply, Guyana chased the set target quite easily with nine wickets and six overs to spare. Saim Ayub (52) was the standout performer with the bat and finished the innings with a six to guide Guyana Amazon Warriors to their maiden CPL title.

Guyana Amazon Warriors’ players dominate the stats and records chart.

Interestingly, the tournament’s leading run-scorer and highest wicket-taker were both from the Guyana Guyana Amazon Warriors.

Shai Hope finished the league as the top run scorer, while Pretorius claimed the first position among bowlers with the most wickets in the CPL 2023 edition.

On that note, let’s have a look at the complete list of stats and records in CPL 2023.

Stats and records of CPL 2023

Leading run-scorer: Shai Hope (481 runs)

Leading wicket-taker: Dwaine Pretorius (20 Wickets)

Highest score: Alex Hales (119 not out)

Highest strike rate: Romario Shepherd (235.41 strike rate)

Highest batting average: Dominic Drakes (68)

Most half-centuries in the season: Shai Hope (5 fifties)

Most sixes in the season: Saim Ayub (28 sixes)

Most catches in the season (fielder): Peter Hatzoglou (7 catches)

Most sixes in an innings: Rahkeem Cornwall (12)

Best bowling figures in an innings: Waqar Salamkheil (4/14)

Best Economy Rate (minimum 10 overs): Imran Tahir (6.22)

Most dismissals by a wicketkeeper: Azam Khan (10 dismissals)

Highest team total: Guyana Amazon Warriors (226/7)

Player of the Tournament: Shai Hope

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