Kennar Lewis, Shamarh Brooks lead Tallawahs to second place with a six-wicket win against Barbados Royals

A stellar 93-run stand between Kennar Lewis and Shamarh Brooks guaranteed that Jamaica Tallahws leapfrogged the Trinbgao Knight Riders to a moment. Within the standings taking after their six-wicket win over the Barbados Royals. Chasing 152 for triumph, the Tallahwahs made a cautious beginning. Sometimes Lewis changed gears to invalidate all chances of a Royals win, with a shocking 89. Thus, Shamarh Brooks too chipped in with a convenient 26-ball 47. To guarantee that Jamaica crossed the finish line with 14 balls to spare.

Azam Khan

Prior to the day, Azam Khan conveyed his guarantee and scored a half-century. To protect a faltering Barbados and lead them to a fighting total. However, Migael Pretorius proceeded with his talent of picking wickets, claimed four scalps, as Khan got negligible back. As it were also Glenn Phillips chipping in with an essential contribution.

The Tallahwahs were in all sorts of troubles when they were diminished to 50/3. With captain Rovaman Powell too back within the hovel. In any case, Lewis and Brooks’ epic partnership cleared out the result in no question. Jamaica clinched their moment win from the campaign in fair their third outing.

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Barbados Royals: Johnson Charles, Shai Hope (wk), Kyle Mayers, Glenn Phillips, Jason Holder (capt.), Azam Khan, Raymon Reifer, Oshane Thomas, Mohammad Amir, Joshua Bishop, Hayden Walsh Jr

Jamaica Tallawahs: Chadwick Walton (wk), Kennar Lewis, Haider Ali, Rovman Powell (capt.), Andre Russell, Shamarh Brooks, Carlos Brathwaite, Miguel Pretorius, Chris Green, Veerasammy Permaul, Fidel Edwards

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