Soggy end betrays smart start
The second edition of the CPL had crowds and runs aplenty, but concluded with an anti-climax
'We plan to take CPL to America'
At the end of the second edition of the CPL, the league's chairman Damien O'Donohoe speaks about expansion plans and potential lessons from other T20 tournaments
Tridents win rain-marred CPL final
In a final plagued with rain interruptions, Barbados Tridents won the Caribbean Premier League 2014 by a slender margin of eight runs on Duckworth-Lewis
Russell scripts dramatic turnaround for Tallawahs
Chasing 159 in the first semi-final against Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel, Jamaica Tallawahs were 76 for 6 in 13.3 overs, when Andre Russell launched a remarkable assault that won the game with two balls to spare
Amazon Warriors storm into CPL final
Guyana Amazon Warriors stormed into a second consecutive CPL final with a thumping ten-wicket win over defending champions Jamaica Tallawahs in St Kitts
Amazon Warriors crush Zouks by eight wickets
A 154-run first-wicket partnership between Martin Guptill and Lendl Simmons ensured the Guyana Amazon Warriors made easy work of the St Lucia Zouks' 189 for 7 in an eight-wicket win
Hawksbills stun Red Steel for first win
Hawksbills pulled off their first win of the season to prevent Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel from going clear at the top
Tridents whip Tallawahs to clinch spot in CPL final
Spearheaded by captain Kieron Pollard's 63 off 36 balls, the Barbados Tridents produced a stunning performance to knock off the Jamaica Tallawahs by 88 runs on Sunday night at Warner Park in St Kitts.
Zouks beat Tallawahs on Pietersen's 2014 debut
Mervin Mathew's 3 for 14 set up a shock seven-wicket victory for the St Lucia Zouks over the Jamaica Tallawahs on Saturday at Warner Park in St Kitts
Holder burst seals Tridents' win
A half-century from Raymon Reifer and a four-wicket burst from Jason Holder propelled Barbados Tridents to a 69-run victory
US customs busts Simmons' 'drug bat'
Jimmy Neesham, the New Zealand allrounder, has been left looking for a new bat after a brush with overzealous customs officials in the USA
Samuels' record effort not enough for Hawksbills
Marlon Samuels scored the fastest ever century in the CPL but the accomplishment was recorded in vain as the Antigua Hawksbills lost to the Guyana Amazon Warriors by 19 runs
Miserly Taylor helps Tallawahs beat Tridents
Jerome Taylor's economical spell ensured the Barbados Tridents couldn't overhaul the Jamaica Tallawahs total of 147 for 9 in a 19-run win for the defending CPL champions in Kingston
Zouks win leaves Hawksbills in CPL cellar
The St Lucia Zouks outlasted the Antigua Hawksbills, and plenty of island rain, to bring their home fans a long awaited first win of the season in a five-wicket victory at Beausejour Stadium in Gros Islet on Sunday.
Russell heroics cap dramatic Tallawahs win
Andre Russell's fiery late charge cemented a dramatic six-wicket win for the Jamaica Tallawahs over the Guyana Amazon Warriors on Saturday afternoon in Kingston.
Red Steel down Zouks to remain in first
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.
Taylor inspires Tallawahs win over Hawksbills
Jerome Taylor showed signs of returning to his best form with a match-winning spell of 4 for 18 to spur the Jamaica Tallawahs on to a seven-wicket win over the still winless Antigua Hawksbills.
Pollard late salvo downs Zouks
Kieron Pollard's timely return to form helped Barbados Tridents register their fourth win while keeping St Lucia Zouks winless in a tightly-fought match in Gros Islet
Indiscipline could cost West Indies cricket - Roberts
Darren Sammy and former West Indies seamer Andy Roberts have both called for better behaviour from Tino Best following his spat with Shoaib Malik
Lewis targets WI spot
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
'CPL has made me more assertive' - O'Brien
Kevin O'Brien believes his performances in the CPL are proof of how far Ireland have come in the T20 format
Boards must take a more serious view of on-field misbehaviour
Like many other governing bodies, the CPL has let off with a fine players who engaged in ugly confrontations, damaging the integrity of the tournament
Red Steel hand Tallawahs first loss
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.
Red Steel romp to nine-wicket win over Zouks
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.
Ramdin's knock inspired us - Dwayne Bravo
Dwayne Bravo admitted that his opponent Denesh Ramdin's batting inspired his team in yesterday's four-wicket CPL win over Guyana Amazon Warriors