10.45pm And as the Trinbago Knight Riders celebrate into the night, it's time for us to say goodbye at ESPNcricinfo. We hope you enjoyed our coverage through the past month. On behalf of everyone who brought this tournament to you, this is Sreshth Shah signing off. Adios, and don't forget to keep smiling.
10.40pm The presentation continues as the Guyana Amazon Warriors collect their runner-up's medal.
Dwayne Bravo, winning captain: "Thanks to my team-mates. I think in a tournament like this you expect to lose some games, but the good thing is that we have benefited from those losses. And we had the best depth in the tournament. We are three-time champions, and credit goes to my entire squad. Ali Khan set the tone for us, and Ronchi did give them a good start, but I knew wickets would stop the runs. Pierre showed courage, Fawad showed class. Very happy for the team. I can't express what I feel for these bunch of guys. I think Trinidad and Tobago to be proud of us. We discussed that they rely on Green and Tahir a lot, so I told my coach not to bring any left-handed opener."
Chris Green, losing captain: "It's disappointing but to have an opportunity to play in the final was nice. Wasn't our evening, but TRK played consistent cricket throughout the season. I don't think the long gap made any difference. We were upbeat for today's game, and I'm incredibly proud of the boys. We've got a very young, promising, talented squad, and I enjoyed being part of their successes as well. I thought Ronchi was awesome tonight, gave us that good start we were after. But unfortunately, regular wickets happened thereafter but we need to give full credit to their spinners, Pierre and Narine. I thought 140-odd was a good total. I can't thank the Guyanese fans enough. We've got the best fans, and they've stuck by us through thick and then. I promise that we'll give our best for Guyana next year."
10.30pm The crowd's stayed on to enjoy the party that follows the cricket. Finally, it's time for the presentation. Ian Bishop's at the helm.
Colin Munro is the Man of the Tournament for his 567-run season, the most in any CPL season. He says, "I think on these surfaces, you can't go from ball 1. Tried to get my way in and myself set, and then capitalise at the end. Every team were going to try and beat us, so we had to be strong. Khary came back so strong after being dropped for the semi-final. There's a few more supporters here for me than at home (laughs). It gives you the extra motivation to get one step better."
Alia: "The noise for Munro just confirms that he is now a Trini to the bone! "
Left-arm spinner Khary Pierre is the Man of the Match for his 3 for 29. He says, "Very happy with my performance. I backed myself today, and went with the mindset that I will be the man tonight."
Alia: "So Bravo and Katich defo knew what they were doing! Change of openers and so much more. Mum to is defo a Trinbagonian forever more! Party long into the night in sweet T&T! "
10.20pm The celebrations continue into the evening as the TKR boys take a few selfies on the ground. We should have the presentation very soon, so make sure you don't miss that! Meanwhile, TKR owner Shahrukh Khan has a message for his boys.
RL: "Time for Emrit and Tanvir to retire; and for a neutral venue for the finals. "
10.15pm Fawad Ahmed: "Don't have words to express myself. Was my first season in the CPL, and I'm very happy to have successfully replaced Shadab Khan. Learnt a lot, and I will take a lot back home as well. Trinidad feels like a family and I hope to come back next year."
Ali Khan: "The first wicket gave me a perfect start to the final. I would like to thank the crowd for their love. I love you, guys."
Simon Katich, the TKR coach: "Looks good on the CV (laughs). It's never easy to defend the title, and many teams came hard at us, but credit to our boys. They had the hunger to achieve it, and saved their best for last. Fawad's the leading wicket-taker and Ali Khan has shown what he's capable of, so can't ask for anything more from them."
Colin Munro: Unbelievable. We lost to them in the last league game and then in the semi-final, so good to defeat them today. I thought of completing the job myself, and not leaving it for someone else. I think we've been together for three years now, and that's the reason behind our success. Guyana played well all tournament. Coach Simon Katich has backed me always."
10.12pm Colin Munro raises his hand and runs towards his team-mates to celebrate the win. The TKR boys race out as well, and the Brian Lara Stadium in Trinidad is going absolutely wild. Take a moment out for Guyana Amazon Warriors though. They had a terrible start to the season, and under new captain Chris Green, found a new desire to win at the back-end of the season. Remember, they were the first team to qualify into the final. Stick around for all the reactions
Mahit: "Come on Munro, finish it quickly I have to go to school in 15 minutes"
DWolfman: "Thankfully these guys weren't as panicked as the online supporters. Beautifully timed innings by TKR. Can't score runs from the pavillion."
The Knight Riders are dancing near the boundary. Two to win
The Trinbago Knight Riders players had started running into the field, and then they realised that it wasn't a six. Awkward!
The Trinbago Knight Riders players are standing near the boundary.
Shrey : "Is Colin Munro the best candidate for man of the tournament." -- he's certainly one of the favourites
Irfan Bangash : "In the last year's final DJ Bravo pulled off his hamstring and this year DM did. Result for last year was TKR won. Rest you all are smart to understand :)"
Tahir in for his final over.