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Kieron Pollard: After the first ten overs, they hadn't lost many wickets but a couple of wickets and we were back in it. But momentum changed towards the end and Tridents had it. Losing wickets in the middle overs really cost and we found ourselves in a bit of a hole.
Jason Holder: We wanted to make changes in the batting order, wanted to try something different, and go with left hand-right hand combinations, and it paid off. Boils down to the situation who bats where. Never quite sure with the likes of Pollard, Munro and Sunil Narine. Really proud of Hayden Walsh Jr, he has had a difficult time, hasn't had a consistent run, just good to see him come in and deliver. Good to get a win at home, it's been a while, would like to thank the crowd for having been so patient with us.
Duminy is the man of the match: Don't how to put that into words, it's an unbelievable spectacle, the CPL. Proud of the young leggie. Sandeep (Lamichhane) being a legendary spinner at a young age, to fill those shoes, in my opining Hayden Walsh Jr was the man of the match. Thought minimum 160 but fortunately things went our way towards the end. To see catches being taken and watching guys partying on the field was awesome.
Called in for Sandeep Lamichhane, who is away on national duty, Hayden Walsh Jr spun a web around the vaunted TKR line-up, taking five for 19, three of those in a single over. It was the first five-for of this season and the third best figures in CPL history. TKR slumped from 69 for two to 82 for 7, and there was no way back from there. The Tridents are well and truly in the hunt for a play-off spot now, having broken a long standing losing streak at home.