St Lucia Stars has been kicked out of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) and the group won’t take part within the subsequent version of the match.
The CPL has terminated the participation settlement between itself and Royal Sports activities Membership LLC (the entity that operates the Saint Lucia franchise).
Nevertheless, the CPL has not cited any purpose for the expulsion of the group from the competitors. Jay Pandya, govt director and proprietor of Royal Sports activities membership LLC, mentioned Saturday (native time) that he doesn’t agree with the CPL assertion, including The franchise agreed to work with the organizers to handle the problems.
"We fully disagree with the CPL press launch and can work to handle any points that the CPL might have in an applicable method and discussion board," Pandya mentioned, citing ESPN Cricinfo.
St Lucia Stars by no means received the CPL, they usually confirmed their finest lead to 2016 by ending third within the match.
In 2018, they completed fifth among the many six groups, with seven factors in ten video games. They’d the perfect Caribbean gamers on the group in 2018: Darren Sammy, Kieron Pollard and Rahkeem Cornwall.
David Warner, Niroshan Dickwella and Mitchell McClenaghan have been among the many prime international gamers on the group final yr, whereas this yr they recruited Lasith Malinga and Fawad Alam.
The 2019 CPL season is scheduled to begin from September four and the primary recreation shall be performed between Trinbago Knight Riders and St Kitts and Nevis Patriots.