• CPL: The latest statistics

    July 24, 2015
    All-rounder Jacques Kallis lent the Proteas balance

    Despite losing Cameron Delport and Jacques Kallis inside the first 10 balls of the match, Trinidad & Tobago managed to reach 152 and then restrict Jamaica to 125 and advance to Saturday’s second semi-final in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL). They will play Guyana on Saturday with the winners meeting Barbados in Sunday’s final.

    Here are the latest statistics as they stand ahead of the weekend’s action.

    FINAL STANDINGS

    M W L N/R Pts Net RR
    Barbados 10 6 4 0 12 +0.182
    Guyana 10 5 4 1 11 +0.589
    Trinidad & Tobago 10 5 4 1 11 +0.077
    Jamaica 10 4 5 1 9 -0.424
    St Lucia 10 4 5 1 9 -0.679
    St Kitts & Nevis 10 4 6 0 8 +0.228

    FIXTURES
    Saturday: 2nd semi-final: Guyana vs Trinidad & Tobago (Port of Spain, Trinidad)
    Sunday: Final: Barbados vs winner of semi-final 2 (Port of Spain, Trinidad)

    MOST RUNS
    430 Chris Gayle (Jamaica, HS 105)
    369 Andre Fletcher (St Lucia, HS 77)
    325 Marlon Samuels (St Kitts & Nevis, HS 71no)
    295 Kevin Pietersen (St Lucia, HS 83no)
    294 Brad Hodge (Guyana, HS 65no)
    288 Jacques Kallis (Trinidad & Tobago, HS 61no)
    283 Kieron Pollard (Barbados, HS 82)
    265 Martin Guptill (St Kitts & Nevis, HS 53)
    260 Darren Bravo (Trinidad & Tobago, HS 86no)
    253 Lendl Simmons (Guyana, HS 65no)
    243 Chadwick Walton (Jamaica, HS 76)
    232 Johnson Charles (St Lucia, HS 69no)
    224 Dwayne Smith (Barbados, HS 56)
    222 Evin Lewis (St Kitts & Nevis, HS 82)
    209 Shoaib Malik (Barbados, HS 51)
    167 Chris Lynn (Jamaica, HS 52)
    166 Dilshan Munaweera (Barbados, HS 39)
    164 Denesh Ramdin (Guyana, HS 54no)
    163 Cameron Delport (Trinidad & Tobago, HS 44)
    Also:
    125 Henry Davids (St Lucia, HS 27)
    57 Johan Botha (Trinidad & Tobago, HS 22)
    35 Robin Peterson (Barbados, HS 14)

    MOST WICKETS
    26 Dwayne Bravo (Trinidad & Tobago, BB 5-23)
    16 Krishmar Santokie (Jamaica, BB 4-37)
    13 Sunil Narine (Guyana, BB 3-6)
    13 Robin Peterson (Barbados, BB 3-13)
    12 Kieron Pollard (Barbados, BB 4-30)
    11 Devendra Bishoo (Guyana, BB 4-24)
    11 Tabraiz Shamsi (St Kitts & Nevis, BB 4-10)
    11 Ravi Rampaul (Barbados, BB 3-16)
    11 Ronsford Beaten (Guyana, BB 4-9)
    11 Marchant de Lange (Guyana, BB 4-23)
    11 Rampaul (Barbados, BB 3-16)
    10 Samuel Badree (Trinidad & Tobago, BB 3-35)
    10 Rayad Emrit (Barbados, BB 3-20)
    9 Sheldon Cottrell (St Kitts & Nevis, BB 3-15)
    9 Jacques Kallis (Trinidad & Tobago, BB 3-15)
    9 Jerome Taylor (Jamaica, BB 2-17)
    9 Fidel Edwards (St Lucia, BB 2-29)
    9 Shahid Afridi (St Kitts & Nevis, BB 3-34)
    9 Andre Russell (Jamaica, BB 2-18)
    8 David Wiese (Guyana, BB 5-30)
    8 Rusty Theron (Jamaica, BB 3-19)

    Also:
    7 Johan Botha (Trinidad & Tobago, BB 2-23)

    2 Eddie Leie (St Lucia, BB 2-25)



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