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Posted: Saturday 3 September, 2022 at 10:54 PM

Royals trounce Warriors women again!

Qiana Joseph celebrates after striking the wining runs (Photo by CPl/Getty Image)
By: Staff Reporter,

    … qualifies for Final tomorrow


    BASSETERRE, St. Kitts - ONCE again the Barbados Royals Women took down the Guyana Amazon Warriors today (Sept. 3) to keep their hopes alive in claiming a double at the Caribbean Premier League 2022 alive.


    They already claimed the inaugural 2022 6ixty or T10 Women’s title after defeating the Trinbago Knight Riders in the final match last weekend.
    With rain threatening due to the passage of Tropical Storm Eric, the Royals won the toss and elected to bowl first on a two-pace pitch that seemed to be getting better to bat on. 


    The Warriors women looked out of sorts again in the competition as they struggled to put a competitive total on the board.
    The struggle started in the powerplay overs, at the end of which only 23 runs were on the board without loss.  It however continued throughout the inning despite keeping wickets intact.


    The most expensive over of the Warrior batting inning came in the sixth over when 11 was scored. Captain Stafanie Taylor was the topscorer for her side, scraping 32 from 34 balls.
    Taylor’s unbeaten inning ensured that her side got to the century mark, ending on  100 for 7 off their 20 overs.
    Fatima Sana and Shakera Selman were the pick of the Royals bowlers, bagging two wickets each, including the prized scalp of Chamari Athapaththu.
    The Royals, in their reply, also struggled to chase the paltry total, but it was Qiana Joseph’s gutsy 30 from 19 balls that stood out in separating the two teams.


    At one stage it seemed as though the Warriors were back in the match as Shabika Gajnabi and Shamilia Connell took 2 wickets each. 


    In the end, the below part was not easy to defend for the Warriors who remain winless in the competition.


    The Royals ended on 103/6, winning the Semi-final match by 4 wicket to  clash with the Knight Riders tomorrow afternoon at Warner Park.


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