The St Lucia Zouks will replace the St Lucia Stars for the 2019 CPL season following the recent termination of the participation agreement with the company operating the Stars franchise.

There will be no St Lucia Stars in this year’s Hero Caribbean Premier League after a split between the owners of the franchise and the competition’s organisors.

Royal Sports Club, LLC had a contract with the CPL which was terminated, meaning they no longer have the rights to operate a franchise in the competition. Royal Sports Club owns the St Lucia Stars.

While the Stars can no longer play in the CPL, St Lucia is not expected to be without a franchise, as the CPL announced recently, it would be ‘establishing and operating’ a new franchise based on the island.

 

A patient 42 unbeaten from David Warner propelled an already eliminated St Lucia Stars to a six-wicket win, which pushed the Barbados Tridents to the verge of elimination in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) on Sunday.

The St Lucia Stars are off the foot of the Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) table for the first time in this season but they must still be ruing the opportunity to get some revenge against the St Kitts and Nevis Patriots. 

The St Kitts and Nevis Patriots, coming off a disappointing loss to the Guyana Amazon Warriors in the Hero Caribbean Premier League, will look to regain some confidence and momentum when they play against the St Lucia Stars at the Warner Park Sporting Complex in Basseterre tonight. 

The St Lucia Stars have not caught many breaks in this year’s Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) with their latest woe coming from being docked their net run rate on account of bowling too slowly. 

The St Lucia Stars won for the second time in this season’s Hero Caribbean Premier League thanks to some wonderful bowling, some powerful hitting and despite some poor fielding at the Darren Sammy Stadium on Friday. 

St Kitts and Nevis captain Chris Gayle admitted to being taken aback by the St Lucia Stars meek capitulation after coasting to a seven-wicket win, with 72 balls remaining in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) on Tuesday.

Following the St. Lucia Stars’ humiliating defeat by seven wickets to the St. Kitts and Nevis Patriots on Tuesday, Captain Kieron Pollard said nothing went right for his team who suffered their fifth loss of the season.

St Lucia Stars crashed to a humiliating seven-wicket defeat to St Kitts & Nevis Patriots after collapsing to 69 all out inside 13 overs at the Daren Sammy Cricket Ground on Tuesday.

A maiden T20 hundred from skipper Kieron Pollard, at last, propelled St Lucia Stars to a first Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) victory in 15 matches as the disappointment of 24 hours earlier was washed away in a dominant 38-run victory over Barbados Tridents.

Kieron Pollard was brilliant with the bat but made some bad decisions in the field and bowling.

Darren Sammy of the St. Luca Stars has slammed fans for called team captain Keiron Pollard a sell-out but urged them to come back out tonight to support the team as they go for their first win against the Barbados Tridents at Gros Islet.

An outrageous 94 not out off 36 balls from Darren Bravo, ably supported by Brendon McCullum (68 from 42), propelled Trinbago Knight Riders to an extraordinary victory over St Lucia Stars as the Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) produced another miracle match in which a world-record 34 sixes sailed into the stands at the Daren Sammy Cricket Ground on Thursday night.

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