St. Lucia Stars crashed to a humiliating seven-wicket defeat to St. Kitts and Nevis Patriots after collapsing to 69 all out inside 13 overs at the Daren Sammy Cricket Ground.
It was a dispiriting effort from a Stars side that had just ended their two-year wait for a Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) victory and had been in such good form with the bat.
Their two previous home games at Gros Islet had produced totals of 212/2 and a Hero CPL record 226/6, making last evening’s capitulation to the third lowest score in Hero CPL history all the more disappointing.
Meanwhile, Team Athletics will on Saturday August 25 convene yet another of its monthly series of Executive meetings that have been held since the new Executive has been elected.
At Saturday’s meeting there will be the presentation of the report on both the CAC Games recently held in Barranquilla, Colombia and the NACAC Open held in Toronto, Canada.
There would be discussions on the Road racing Season, which begins with the Round D Town Road Relay on September 23 and the four-year Calendar, which has been prepared by the Competitions Commission, would also submit its final draft for consideration and approval.