2014 Amazon Warriors

Warriors Defeat Hawksbills

The 2014 Limacol Caribbean Premier League started off in emphatic style, with the Guyana Amazon Warriors beating the Antigua Hawksbills by two wickets with three balls to spare.

2014 Warriors Schedule & Results

Date Opponent Venue Result
11 Jul 2014 Antigua Hawksbills
Grenada W by 2 wkts
17 Jul 2014 T&T Red Steel Guyana
19 Jul 2014 St Lucia Zouks
W by 9 wkts
20 Jul 2014 Jamaica Tallawahs
L by 4 runs
24 Jul 2014 T&T Red Steel
L by 4 wkts
26 Jul 2014 Barbados Tridents
Barbados W by 7 runs
02 Aug 2014 Jamaica Tallawahs Jamaica L by 6 wkts 
07 Aug 2014 Antigua Hawksbills St Kitts W by 19 runs 
10 Aug 2014 St Lucia Zouks St Kitts W by 8 wkts
14 Aug 2014 Jamaica Tallawahs St Kitts W by 10 wkts
16 Aug 2014 Barbados Tridents St Kitts L by 8 runs

*Guyana won the resulting super over.


Warriors Appeal Against Smith

Warriors wicketkeeper Denesh Ramdin appeals as Tridents batsman Dwayne Smith is rapped on the back pad in the 11th over of the CPL final on 16 August 2014 at Warner Park, St Kitts.

Another Wicket For Santokie

Warriors pacer Krishmar Santokie celebrates after bowling Raymond Reifer of the Barbados Tridents in CPL final on 16 August 2014 at Warner Park, St Kitts.

Warriors Fans At Final

Warriors fans were out in their numbers at the CPL final against the Barbados Tridents on 16 August 2014 at Warner Park, St Kitts.

Ramdin Scores 51 v Hawksbills

Amazon Warriors captain Denesh Ramdin on his way to scoring 51 against the Antigua Hawksbills in the Caribbean Premier League, at the National Stadium in Grenada on 11 July 2014 (Photo: CPLT20).

Warriors Merchandise On Sale

Fans purchase Amazon Warriors merchandise at the OPCO building on Middle Street, in Georgetown, on 11 July 2014 (Photo: Avenash Ramzan).

Warriors Depart For Grenada

From right: Jamaica’s Krishmar Santokie, Steven Jacobs, Trevon Griffith, Ronsford Beaton, Christopher Barnwell and Veerasammy Permaul, just before the Amazon Warriors depart for Grenada on 08 July 2014, for their first match, against the Antigua Hawksbills, in the 2014 CPL (Photo: Rajiv Bisnauth).

Warriors Depart For First Match

The Amazon Warriors depart on 08 July 2014 for grenada. From left: official, N Stewart, T Griffith, R Harper (coach), V Permaul, M Guptill, M Hafeez, L Johnson, R Bacchus, O Khan (manager), C Barnwell, K Santokie, R Beaton, official, J Neesham, S Jacobs, Orin Bailey (official).

2014 Amazon Warriors

Robin Bacchus Chris Barnwell Ronsford Beaton Trevon Griffith
Robin Bacchus (Guyana) Chris Barnwell (Guyana) Ronsforn Beaton (Guyana) Trevon Griffith (Guyana)
Martin Guptill Mohammed Hafeez  Steven Jacobs  Leon Johnson
Martin Guptill (New Zealand) Mohammed Hafeez (Pakistan) Steven Jacobs (Guyana) Leon Johnson (Guyana)
Sunil Narine James Neesham Veerasammy Permaul Denesh Ramdin
Sunil Narine (Trinidad & Tobago) James Neesham (New Zealand) Veerasammy Permaul (Guyana) Denesh Ramdin (Trinidad & Tobago)
Krishmar Santokie Lendl Simmons Navin Stewart  
Krishmar Santokie (Jamaica) Lendl Simmons (Trinidad & Tobago) Navin Stewart (Trinidad & Tobago)