Jamaica Tallawahs face the St  Lucia Kings in CPL opener on August 16

Defending  champions   Jamaica  Tallawahs  will  face  the  St  Lucia  Kings  in  the  opening  game  of  the   2023 republic bank Caribbean Premier League   at  the  Darren  Sammy  Cricket  ground  in  St  Lucia  on  August  16.

This  was  revealed  yesterday  as  the CPL  confirmed  that  no  matches  will  be  played  again  in   Jamaica in  the August  16  to  September  24  tournament  which will  be  held  in  St  Lucia, St  Kitts  and  Nevis, Barbados, Trinidad  and  Tobago  and  Guyana

The tournament gets underway in Saint lucia with six matches at the Daren Sammy Cricket ground between  August 16  and  August 20  with home side the Saint Lucia Kings appearing in four of those fixtures. 

The  Jamaica  Tallawahs  will  wrap  up  the  St  Lucia  leg  against  the  Barbados  Royals  on  August  20  also  at  the  Darren  Sammy   Cricket  Ground.

From there the tournament moves on to St Kitts & Nevis with six matches at Warner Park between  August 23  and  August  27 with four games for the home team, the Patriots. 

The next leg of the tournament will take place in Barbados with the CPL returning to the country for the first time since 2019…………..with six matches scheduled for the iconic Kensington Oval, and four home games for the Barbados Royals…………..the matches will take place in Barbados from  August  30   to  September 3. 

From  September   5 to 10,  the tournament will be staged in Trinidad & Tobago, where   there will be four home games for the Trinbago Knight riders and six matches in total. 

The final leg of the tournament will take place in Guyana with the matches running from  September  13  to  September  24 . 

The knockout stages will be in Guyana again in 2023,following  the successful running of the final last season. 


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