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Tridents parade tomorrow

Nation Online ,

Added 17 October 2019


Barbados Tridents cricket team

Wear you blue and yellow tomorrow in support of the triumphant Barbados Tridents.

This year’s Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) champions who arrived back home on Monday, will be staging a motorcade, starting at 1p.m. from the cricket mecca Kensington Oval.

Players and owners of the franchise stopped by the Starcom Network studios today and appealed to Barbadians in the The City and in Warrens, St Michael to pop outside for a few minutes while the team is passing.

The Tridents took the CPL trophy for the second time last Saturday, defeating the Guyana Amazon Warriors by 27 runs at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy in Trinidad and Tobago. (Nation Online)




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