CPL 2022: Barbados Royals secures fourth straight victory of tournament, Kings face defeat 

Corbin Bosch of Barbados Royals emerged as the best player for the game and played the term of 81 scores in 50 balls. Further, Tim David also played a lone hand with 40 cores from 23 balls

CPL 2022: Barbados Royals secures fourth straight victory of tournament, Kings face defeat 
CPL 2022: Barbados Royals secures fourth straight victory of tournament, Kings face defeat 

CPL 2022: Barbados Royals come up with great power in the Caribbean Premier League 2022 as they secured a fourth straight against Saint Lucia Kings. Darren Sammy Cricket Stadium in Gros Islet witnessed the 11th match of the series, and the Kings faced defeat at their home ground. 

Firstly, Saint Lucia Kings won the toss and chose to field first, but the decision has not worked well for the team. They kept losing wickets at regular intervals, and with the tight fielding of Royal, the Kings managed to reach the score of 169 in six outs in 20 overs. 

Corbin Bosch of Barbados Royals emerged as the best player for the game and played the term of 81 scores in 50 balls. Further, Tim David also played a lone hand with 40 cores from 23 balls. 

Royals chased the target of 170 and made the run of 175 in the 18.3 over with six four and won the match securing back-to-back four victories. 

With another defeat, Saint Lucia Kings now slipped to 5th in the Caribbean Premier League 2022 points tables. They managed to win only one match throughout the four matches. On the other hand, the Royals secured four matches while playing four matches and stood at the top of the Points table in this year’s CPL. 

The Royals have performed exceptionally well after finishing in the CPL in 2019 with only three wins. David Miller emerged with greater guidance, and the team has dominated with their incredible batting and bowling. With the help of Azam Khan and Quinton de Kock, Miller performed great and led his team to perform incredibly in the CPL 2022. 

While Saint Lucia Kings are in urgent need to work on their team as they struggled to get going with the bat in their two losses. 

Saint Lucia’s Darren Sammy Cricket Stadium witnessed the matches of the month-long tournament. So far, four matches have been played on the field, and four are remaining. 

Other eight matches of the tournament will be played in Trinidad and Tobago as last seven matches was held in St Kitts and Nevis.