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Zouks v Red Steel, CPL 2014, Gros Islet
Aug 2, 2014: Evin Lewis' third consecutive fifty anchored a facile chase for the Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel, who eased to an eight-wicket win over the St Lucia Zouks on Saturday in Gros Islet.
Red Steel v Zouks, CPL 2014, Port-of-Spain
Jul 28, 2014: Evin Lewis, the Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel opener, has hopes that his performances in CPL 2014 will help him make a case for his selection in the West Indies side
Red Steel v St Lucia Zouks, CPL 2014, Port of Spain
Jul 27, 2014: Evin Lewis and Kevin O'Brien flayed a hapless St Lucia Zouks bowling unit as the Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel recorded a nine-wicket win at Queen's Park Oval in Port of Spain.
Red Steel v Tallawahs, CPL 2014, Port of Spain
Jul 26, 2014: Opening batsman Evin Lewis' belligerent assault paved the way for a 13-run win for the Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel over the Jamaica Tallawahs at a vibrant Queen's Park Oval on Saturday.
Oct 6, 2013: The Caribbean side has always attracted plenty of attention in the Champions League and populated several IPL franchises. But perhaps that's where its problems lay
West Indies news
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