9.40pm That's all from us at ESPNcricinfo. An excellent game of cricket, but a pity that there can be only one winner. This will be a game to remember. On behalf of our scorer and correspondent, this is Sreshth Shah saying goodbye for now. Adios!
Man of the Match: Kharry Pierre for his bowling effort of 2 for 19. "Want to thank God for this," says Pierre. "Just wanted to back myself and tried to use my variations."
9.36pm Revenge for Trinbago Knight Riders after they lost the reverse fixture last week. Oshane Thomas bowled five excellent balls, but a wide and then a short ball has meant that Jamaica Tallawahs end up on the losing side. Darren Bravo and Colin Munro hit important fifties, but it was the late boost from captain DJ that has helped Trinbago win tonight's fixture. Some excellent spells with the ball too, mind you. Imad Wasim and Kharry Pierre were excellent today, and so were Glenn Phillips and David Miller in the first innings, but there can only be one winner, and today it was Trinbago Knight Riders. Back to the drawing board for Russell and co. They've lost two games in a row.
Three to win. Two for a super over.
"Almost everyone in the ground is on their feet in anticipation of the final ball. There may only be about 1500 or so fans in here, but the noise through the end of the chase has well exceeded that."
Five needed off two. Nervous energy all around. The bowler pulls out of a run up as well.
Six needed off two.
From Peter Della Penna: "Crowd is chanting "BRAVO! BRAVO!" right now with 6 off 4 to win"
Thomas to bowl the final over. Trinbago need seven. What a game this has been.
Searles in now.
More from PDP: "USA's Steven Taylor the next culprit on the boundary. Andre Russell is getting angrier. Taylor had to put in a dive there. Meek effort to backtrack at the last moment to let the ball fall in front of him and allow Bravo to stay in."
Only 21 needed off the final two overs. Bravo's smashed 23 in seven deliveries.
From Peter Della Penna: "That was David Miller's chance all the way. Not sure why Ross Taylor kept pursuing the ball running out from cover inside the circle but it put off Miller who wanted no part of a collision. Rovman Powell at long-off belly-flopped onto the ground and slammed his hands on the turf in immense frustration at that missed chance off Munro. The Lauderhill House of Horrors continues for the Tallawahs."
From Peter Della Penna: "USA's premier left-arm spinner Nosthush Kenjige was in position in front of the sightscreen to clutch onto that straight six by DJ Bravo, but spilled it badly. Coach Pubudu Dassanayake will be disappointed. Two USA players have been selected to join each franchise in Florida this week for squad integration and mentoring. Kenjige and batsman Fahad Babar were the two who have joined TKR for the weekend."
Trinbago need 31 off 15. Santokie around the wicket