Republic Bank Men’s Caribbean Premier League 2024 set to return

The Republic Bank Men’s Caribbean Premier League 2024, one of the biggest parties in sport, is all set to return. It is to be noted that the matches will take place from 28th August and will continue till 6th October 2024.

Republic Bank Men’s Caribbean Premier League 2024 set to return. Picture Credits: Fb accounts
Republic Bank Men’s Caribbean Premier League 2024 set to return. Picture Credits: Fb accounts

The Republic Bank Men’s Caribbean Premier League 2024, one of the biggest parties in sport, is all set to return. It is to be noted that the matches will take place from 28th August and will continue till 6th October 2024.

Notably, the final will once again take place in Guyana, with the National Stadium in Providence hosting the conclusion of the Men’s event for the third consecutive year.

As per the CPL, they are planning to conduct matches in the following island nations, which include Antigua & Barbuda, Barbados, Guyana, St Kitts & Nevis, Saint Lucia and Trinidad & Tobago.

Along with that, the CPL team also mentioned that they would not clash any of the matches with the West Indies fixtures in order to put the best Caribbean talent on the show.

Republic Bank CPL’s CEO, Pete Russell, stated, “We are very pleased that this window allows the CPL to give the best players from the Caribbean the opportunity to showcase their talents.”

“We are very pleased that this window allows the CPL to give the best players from the Caribbean the opportunity to showcase their talents. The window also allows CPL franchises to sign the best available international players after successful discussions with other leagues to avoid the same clashes we had in 2023. As always, we would like to thank Cricket West Indies for their help and support in finding a window that works so well for all stakeholders,” noted the Republic Bank CPL’s CEO, Pete Russell.

Meanwhile, the CEO of Cricket West Indies, Johnny Grave, said, “We are pleased to have once again worked closely with the CPL to strategically prioritize this window so that all West Indian cricketers can participate in the full CPL tournament once again.”

Moreover, Guyana Amazon Warriors were the defending champions who clinched their first title by defeating the Trinbago Night Riders by nine wickets. The teams participating this year are eying on the same title.

Various residents of the community also took to their social media accounts and expressed their excitement on the news. One person with a Facebook account, Pooja Pooja, commented, “I’m so excited the finals will be on my birthday. May the best team win.

Another person with a Facebook account, Sameena Khan Hosein Dawar, commented the following: “Best of luck to all.”