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CPL: Barbados Royals confirm retentions for 2023

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The Barbados Royals have confirmed their Caribbean player retentions ahead of the 2023 Republic Bank Caribbean Premier League (CPL). The tournament gets underway on 16 August with the final taking place on 24 September. There will be matches in Barbados, Guyana, St Kitts & Nevis, Saint Lucia and Trinidad & Tobago. 

The Caribbean players the Royals have retained are as follows:

JASON HOLDER

KYLE MAYERS

OBED MCCOY

RAHKEEM CORNWALL

JUSTIN GREAVES

JOSHUA BISHOP

NYEEM YOUNG

RAMON SIMMONDS

The Royals have also brought in Rovman Powell who was transferred from the Jamaica Tallawahs. 


The overseas players and draft picks will be announced during the Republic Bank CPL draft show which will be broadcast at the end of June. 

ABOUT THE REPUBLIC BANK CARIBBEAN PREMIER LEAGUE:

First started in 2013, the Republic Bank Caribbean Premier League (CPL) is a franchise-based T20 format cricket tournament that combines two of the most compelling aspects of Caribbean life – dramatic cricket and a vibrant Carnival atmosphere. The broadcast and digital viewership in 2022 was 721.8million to make it one of the most watched leagues in world cricket. Jamaica Tallawahs are the current Republic Bank CPL champions, and the other competing teams are Barbados Royals, Guyana Amazon Warriors, St Kitts & Nevis Patriots, Saint Lucia Kings and Trinbago Knight Riders. 

The 2023 tournament will run from the 16 August to 24 September. 

For further information visit www.cplt20.com

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