result
Eliminator (N), Tarouba, Sep 6 2017, Caribbean Premier League
Amazon won by 5 wickets (with 13 balls remaining)
Player Of The Match
70 (33)
luke-ronchi

12.00am The Guyana Amazon Warriors have picked up steam and momentum just when it has mattered. Peaking in T20 tournaments is quite a highly-discussed topic; the Amazon Warriors have peaked at the right time. Chasing 169, Chadwick Walton and then Luke Ronchi put on a stand of belligerence to boot the defending champions out of the tournament. The Tallawahs, apart from Mahmudullah, did not have answers, nor did they ask the right questions. They have plenty they can take out of this tournament, but they did have a chance to finish in the top two, so some rued opportunities for them. The Amazon Warriors progress to the second qualifier, another knockout, against the Trinbago Knight Riders in under 24 hours. We'll be back then, so see you. Take care.

Rayad Emrit: "We knew there was going to be a lot of dew, the toss was important. Keeping them to 170 was decent. We haven't seen the best of Rashid Khan yet. Tomorrow is going to be our toughest game, our ice baths are ready, for 12.30 in the morning. We are professionals.

Kumar Sangakkara: "We were 30-40 runs short, didn't help that the ball was changed just before that over from Rashid Khan, those three wickets put us on the back foot. We have gone soft in the Powerplay, which is why we played the big guy Lewis. Everytime we play naive, silly cricket, we lose games. We had a specific plan, our bowling has been inconsistent. I told all batsmen coming in, it's going to be the googly (the hat-trick).

Luke Ronchi, the Man of the Match: "It got dewy, quite hard to hold onto the ball, skidded onto the bat. Trying to continue with the momentum as much as I can really. My role is to be positive, and as long as I can. Having 14-15 games (the Natwest T20 Blast) there made a big difference.

17.5
6
Santokie to Fudadin, SIX runs

Santokie dishes out a full toss and Fudadin swats this over midwicket for six to move to the second qualifier. The defending champions the Tallawahs have been knocked out

It has been four hours since this game started

17.4
1
Santokie to Primus, 1 run

full and straight, driven past the bowler and his partner for a run to long-off

17.3
1
Santokie to Fudadin, 1 run

full length outside off, tapped towards point for a quick run

17.2
Santokie to Fudadin, no run

full and straight, pushed back to the bowler

17.1
Santokie to Fudadin, no run

full delivery outside off, seaming back in, defended into the off side

Could be the last over of the Tallawahs campaign. Santokie will bowl it

end of over 177 runs • 1 wicket
GAW: 161/5CRR: 9.47 RRR: 2.66
Assad Fudadin22 (20)
Roshon Primus1 (1)
Mohammad Sami 4-0-20-1
Kesrick Williams 4-0-48-0
16.6
1
Sami to Fudadin, 1 run

short, on the ribs, gloved down to fine leg awkwardly for one

16.5
Sami to Fudadin, no run

good length outside off, dabbed to point

16.4
4
Sami to Fudadin, FOUR runs

races away through point. Sami stares, Fudadin glares. Full and wide outside off, slices this through point. Used the pace of Sami

16.3
1
Sami to Primus, 1 run

fullish delivery outside off, confidently pushed out to the sweeper cover

Primus

16.2
W
Sami to Ronchi, OUT

Ronchi's belligerence ends. And it needed quite a terrific delivery to end it. Full on leg, quick, hurries Ronchi for pace, who is late on his flick, struck in front and the umpire accepts Sami's plea. Ronchi has taken this game away from the Tallawahs

Luke Ronchi lbw b Mohammad Sami 70 (33b 5x4 5x6) SR: 212.12
16.1
1
Sami to Fudadin, 1 run

Another ball has to be changed