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Editor’s Pick(CPL): St Kitts and Nevis Patriots

As the tournament is heading towards the next round, it is time to take stock of the placements of the different teams on the points table. The knights are still shining with 12 points. St Kitts and Nevis Patriots come second with 9 points followed by Jamaica Tallawahs. Today’s match is between the teams ranking second and third. They are both in fairly good form, and aiming for the top place.

Let’s take a look at my lineup.
Bowlers
Samuel Badree
KOK Williams
Hasan Ali
Mohammad Sami
Batsmen
Evil Lewis
Andre McCarthy
Chris Gayle
Glenn Phillips
All-Rounder
M Hafeez
M Nabi
Wicket-Keeper
Kumar Sangakkara

You will find a lot of veterans on my team. I am the old is gold type. I put my faith in some of the experienced players who still have a lot to offer in the game. Hence it surprises me when even the likes of Dhoni, who are still in their prime of life, are asked questions about their retirement. The youngsters need the guidance before they become the life of the team. In my opinion, if you pass the fitness test, you must be given the opportunity to prove your place in the team. Age is just a number. I see a fab idea for a separate blog on this.
What do you think?
Indu

P.S. Please note that the above-expressed opinions are purely the Editor’s. We do not take responsibility, nor can we guarantee the performance of the players. All the best !!!

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