Colin Borde

TKR MANAGER: Colin Borde

For the next two months all eyes will be on the Hero Caribbean Premier League T20 tournament and on the defending champions Trinbago Knight Riders, who will be going for an unprecedented hat-trick of titles.

But that is easier said than done for skipper Dwayne Bravo and his men, who are expecting another very tough campaign, which will hopefully lead to them lifting the trophy in front of their home fans at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy in Tarouba on October 12.

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