Trinbago Knights Riders 2018 Team Squad and Players List

Trinbago Knights Riders is a franchise that plays in the Caribbean Premier League.The team was formerly called Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel. Which was also the original team created for the inaugural season of the league.Queen’s Park Oval is the home ground of the riders.Trinbago Knight Riders is a franchise cricket team that is based in Port of Spain. So Check out Trinbago Knights Riders 2018 Team Squad and Players List.

Also, the Trinbago Knights Riders are the defending champion of the league in 2017.They defeated the St Kitts and Nevis Patriots and won the final match by three wickets.They also won the 2015 league of CPL 2015  Barbados Tridents where they won by 20 runs.The team was led by Dwayne Bravo who captained the team so well and resulted winning the league.Simon Helmot was the coach of Trinbago Knights Riders Team in the Caribbean Premier League. Let’s Check out Trinbago Knights Riders 2018 Team Squad and Players List.

Trinbago Knights Riders

So, let’s take a look at the team squad of Trinbago Knight Riders which is listed below.

# Team Squad of Trinbago Knight Riders:

# Local Players:

  1. Dwayne Bravo (Captain) – All-rounder (Right handed batsman & Right arm medium fast bowler)
  2. Ramnaresh Sarwan – Batsman (Left handed batsman)
  3. Kevon Cooper – All-rounder (Right handed batsman & Right arm medium fast bowler)
  4. Javon Searles – All-rounder (Right handed batsman & Right arm medium fast bowler)
  5. William Perkins – Wicket-keeper (Right handed batsman)
  6. Nikita Miller – Bowler (Slow left arm bowler)
  7. Sunil Narine – Bowler (Right arm off break)
  8. Sulieman Benn – Bowler (Slow left arm orthodox)
  9. Ronsford Beaton – Bowler (Right arm fast bowler)
  10. Yannic Cariah – Bowler (Left arm leg break)

# Overseas Players:

  1. Hamza Tariq- Wicket – Keeper (Right handed batsman)
  2. Brendon McCullum (New Zealand – Icon player)- Batsman (Right handed batsman)
  3. Hashim Amla (South Africa) – Batsman (Right handed batsman)
  4. Umar Akmal (Pakistan) – Batsman (Right handed batsman)
  5. Colin Munro (New Zealand) – All-rounder (Left handed batsman & Right arm medium fast bowler)
  6. Anton Devcich (New Zealand) – All-rounder (Left handed batsman & Slow left arm bowler)
  • Coach – Simon Helmot
  • Assistant Coach – David Williams

# Possibly Best XI:

  1. Dwayne Bravo (Captain)
  2. Brendon McCullum (Icon Player)
  3. Hashim Amla
  4. Umar Akmal
  5. Colin Munro
  6. Ramnaresh Sarwan
  7. Kevon Cooper
  8. Sunil Narine
  9. Ronsford Beaton
  10. Sulieman Benn
  11. Javon Searles