Denesh Ramdin

ON THE ATTACK: Denesh Ramdin of the Trinbago Knight Riders hits a boundary during his knock of 32 not out against the St Kitts and Nevis Patriots, in match 31 of the Hero Caribbean Premier League at the Guyana National Stadium in Providence, Guyana, yesterday. --Photo: RANDY BROOKS - CPL T20/Getty

The Trinbago Knight Riders’ bowlers produced a stifling performance and captain Keiron Pollard delivered the finishing blows to the St Kitts and Nevis Patriots yesterday at the Guyana National Stadium in Providence, to lead the defending champions into the semi-finals of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL).

While Chris Jordan was the main destructor snaring three wickets, Sunil Narine, who played with a broken finger, strangled the Patriots’ batsmen -- his four overs costing just 10 runs -- as the Patriots were restricted to a below-par score of 125 for seven from their 20 overs.

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