Caribbean Premier League quiz
Prepare for the second edition of the Caribbean Premier League with a dozen quickfire questions.
Prepare for the second edition of the Caribbean Premier League with a dozen quickfire questions…
1. Who won the inaugural edition of the Caribbean Premier League last year?
a) Jamaica Tallawahs<br>b) Barbados Tridents<br>c) Guyana Amazon Warriors
2. Who were beaten in the 2013 final?
a) Antigua Hawksbills<br>b) Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel<br>c) Guyana Amazon Warriors
3. Who scored the most runs last year?
a) Andre Fletcher<br>b) Chris Gayle<br>c) Shoaib Malik
4. Who took the most wickets?
a) Shakib Al Hasan<br>b) Marlon Samuels<br>c) Krishmar Santokie
5. Who will contest this year's tournament opener?
a) Guyana Amazon Warriors v Antigua Hawksbills<br>b) Guyana Amazon Warriors v Barbados Tridents<br>c) Barbados Tridents v Jamaica Tallawahs
6. The Guyana Amazon Warriors recently signed which New Zealand star?
a) Luke Ronchi<br>b) Jimmy Neesham<br>c) Daniel Vettori
7. Who has withdrawn from the Antigua Hawksbills' campaign due to personal reasons?
a) Carlos Brathwaite<br>b) Sheldon Cottrell<br>c) Kieran Powell
8. Who will captain the St Lucia Zouks?
a) Darren Sammy<br>b) Sunil Narine<br>c) Dwayne Bravo
9. The St Lucia Zouks have secured the services of which former England batsman?
a) Andrew Flintoff<br>b) Kevin Pietersen<br>c) Paul Collingwood
10. The initial players draft for the 2013 edition of the CPL included how many players?
a) 90<br>b) 111<br>c) 228
11. How many of those were overseas players?
a) 50<br>b) 65<br>c) 121
12. The Jamaica Tallawahs will be coached by which former Australian coach?
a) Mickey Arthur<br>b) Tim Nielsen<br>c) John Buchanan
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