Jason Holder

‘IT’S OURS’: Jason Holder, captain of Barbados Tridents, holds aloft the winner’s trophy following the final of the 2019 Hero Caribbean Premier League, in which the Barbados franchise defeated the Guyana Amazon Warriors by 27 runs at the Brian Lara Stadium, in Tarouba, on Saturday night. —Photo: Ashley Allen - CPL T20 via Getty Images

Barbados Tridents skipper Jason Holder never doubted the championship potential of his players and insisted that they always had the belief that they could come out on top, despite not getting off to the best of starts in their 2019 Hero Caribbean Premier League campaign.

The Tridents came good when it mattered, picking up some momentum in the back end of the league phase culminating in their 27-run victory over the previously unbeaten Guyana Amazon Warriors in the final on Saturday at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy in Tarouba.


A career-best hundred from Devon Thomas, followed by a destructive spell from West Indies off-spinner Rahkeem Cornwall, propelled hosts Leeward Islands Hurricanes to a 198-run victory over defending champions Combined Campuses & Colleges Marooners in the Colonial Medical Insurance Super50 Cup on Wednesday.

Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith scored one goal to assist his Police team to a 5-0 victory over QPCC in the Mixed Veterans division of the Trinidad and Tobago Hockey Board (TTHB) National Indoor competition that concluded over the weekend.

Mere weeks after the passing of former national team defender Reynold George, the country has lost another outstanding footballer albeit, in this instance, departing this world almost without mention.

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