Trinbago Knight Riders’ (TKR) dream of vying for a historic hat-trick of Caribbean Premier League (CPL) titles were shattered mainly in part by Player of the Match Ashley Nurse and Raymon Reifer, who both scored 24 not out and captured two wickets apiece to lead Barbados Tridents to victory by 12 runs in the tournament’s second qualification.

The pair came together with the innings precariously placed at 112-6 with the fall of Shai Hope’s wicket in the 18th over, after Tridents were asked to bat first at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy in Tarouba on Wednesday. And they added an unbeaten 48 off 14 balls, smashing five massive sixes between them to push Tridents to a decent total of 160/6.

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