9.00pm The sub-par Stars have been put away with so much ease again. A crucial win for the Amazon Warriors, keeps them in the hunt for the playoffs. Chasing 101, the Amazon Warriors were made to work, but it was never really going to be match-changing. Jason Mohammed and contributions from Gajanand and Sohail Tanvir have helped the Amazon Warriors climb to six points and over the Barbados Tridents. The Stars, on the other hand, were not very good for the eighth game on the bounce. One bad day in T20s is acceptable, how about eight in a row?

Sohail Tanvir is the Man of the Match: "We didn't start well. The game against Jamaica, we though we had them, but we slipped. As a group, we try to be together. We have the momentum and need to keep building it. I've spoken to management saying I'm being wasted down, I played for Zouks in 2014 and they used me at 4, against the spinners. My role today was to go out and smack, but had to see after early wickets. We weren't winning crucial moments."

Martin Guptill: "0 from 2 at the start. Always great when we come back here. We have a few days off, then off to Barbados, hopefully we can keep that winning way going."

Shane Watson: "It's challenging. I do like a challenge, it gets me going. But Guyana played well tonight. Hopefully a better performance than what we did tonight. Tonight, we were extremely disappointing."

14.4
1
McClenaghan to Mohammed, 1 run, nudged to midwicket and Guyana coast to a seven-wicket rout.

Scores are level.

14.3
1
McClenaghan to Singh, 1 run, worked away into the gap at fine leg, just one.

S: "How is the crowd" Ecstatic.

14.2
1
McClenaghan to Mohammed, 1 run, 109 kph, full on off, pushed towards cover for one. Bat on ball
14.1
4
McClenaghan to Mohammed, FOUR runs, four more. Full and wide outside off, Mohammed unfurls a sliced cut that clears point and races away. Nicely played

The Warriors will be trying to finish this off in this over. Seven to win.

END OF OVER:
14 | 10 Runs | GAW: 94/3 (7 runs required from 36 balls, RR: 6.71, RRR: 1.16)

  • Gajanand Singh7 (11b)
  • Jason Mohammed36 (32b)
  • Eddie Leie3-0-24-0
  • Shane Shillingford4-0-20-1
13.6
0
Leie to Singh, no run, flat outside off, beats Gajanand's slog sweep.
13.5
1
Leie to Mohammed, 1 run, chipped towards long-off
13.4
0
Leie to Mohammed, no run, 83 kph, the googly on middle, inside-edged towards midwicket
13.3
2
Leie to Mohammed, 2 runs, terrific running. Just a push to long-off, Sammy allows the second. Gajanand scurried back
13.2
6
Leie to Mohammed, SIX runs, gets plenty behind this, elevation and distance. Flight on off, Mohammed clears his front foot and swings through the line of the ball to clear long-on. The bat handle turns but no worries.
13.1
1
Leie to Singh, 1 run, another hard sweep to deep backward square leg

END OF OVER:
13 | 5 Runs | GAW: 84/3 (17 runs required from 42 balls, RR: 6.46, RRR: 2.42)

  • Jason Mohammed27 (28b)
  • Gajanand Singh6 (9b)
  • Shane Shillingford4-0-20-1
  • Eddie Leie2-0-14-0
12.6
2
Shillingford to Mohammed, 2 runs, driven wide of long-off and they'll get a couple. That's better, just keep hitting them gaps
12.5
0
Shillingford to Mohammed, no run, looks to go over cover again but misses. The Warriors have lost all their momentum after the drinks break.
12.4
1
Shillingford to Singh, 1 run, short on off and middle, slapped to long-on
12.3
0
Shillingford to Singh, no run, flat outside off, chopped toward the keeper
12.2
1
Shillingford to Mohammed, 1 run, oh gosh. McClenaghan has dropped the sitter-est sitter you'll see. Flight on middle, Mohammed comes down and hammers his drive straight to long-on. Bursts out of McClenaghan's reverse-cupped hands

Amazon 2nd innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st0Sohail TanvirCAK Walton
2nd22Sohail TanvirMJ Guptill
3rd51Sohail TanvirJN Mohammed
4th28JN MohammedG Singh