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While Nicholas Pooran was outstanding, smashing three halfcenturies en route to 283 runs in six matches at an average of 56.60 and impressive strike rate of 125.77, the majority of his high-profile T&T Red Force’s teammates, had disappointing returns.
Red Force captain Denesh Ramdin struggled, getting 105 runs at a meagre average of 17.50 in seven matches. He had a solitary fifty and a strike rate of 63.25.
Dwayne Bravo eked out 96 runs with a highest score of 27 in six matches for an average of 19.20. He wasn’t very impressive with his medium-fast bowling, taking seven wickets in 31.2 overs at 24.71 runs apiece and an economy rate of 5.52 runs per over.
Kieron Pollard was even less impressive, with a sprinkling 69 runs in seven matches at a substandard average of 9.85. His strike rate was 88.46.
Darren Bravo played just three matches and scored a duck, 43 and six in his three innings for an average of 16.33.
Barbadian Kyle Hope hit a 50 but only got 78 runs in four matches at 19.50 with a strike rate of 56.93.
The experienced Kirk Edwards managed a solitary half-century, as he scored only 124 runs at an average of 20.66 and strike rate of 56.62 while representing the Windwards Volcanoes.
Fittingly, CCC Marooners captain Carlos Brathwaite won the Collis King Best All-rounder Award. He scored 212 runs in nine matches at an average of 53.00 with a strike rate of 106.53 and captured 13 wickets at 15.15 apiece with an economy of 3.87.
Leeward Islands Hurricanes’ burly all-rounder Rahkeem Cornwall made 233 runs at an average of 46.60 and a strike rate of 95.10 with a highest score of 125 not out. He bagged 14 wickets at 19.14 each with an economy of 3.52.