New Zealand batsman Martin Guptill will lead the Amazon Warriors in this year’s Hero Caribbean Premier League 2016. Guptill 30 has played 38 Test matches scoring more than 2,000 runs, his highest score was 189 and his average is 30.45.
He played 121 One-Day Internationals scoring more than 4,000 runs and averaging 42.71. His highest score is 237 not out which is also the second highest in One-Day Internationals.
Dwayne Smith, Rayad Emrit, Veer Sammy Permaul, Orlando Peters, Assad Fudadin, Anthony Bramble, Paul Wintz, Steven Jacobs, Steven Katwaroo, Ali Khan, Jason Mohammed, Christopher Barnwell, Chris Lynn, Sohai L. Janvir, Martin Guptill (Captain) and Adam Zampa. Omar Khan (manager) Roger Harper (head coach).
Australian Chris Lynn and New Zealand Martin Guptill along with Dwayne Smith will lead the Guyana Amazon Warriors batting. Young impressive leg spinner from Australia, Adam Zampa and all-rounder Emrit from Trinidad and Tobago certainly give the Warriors a good opportunity to win the competition.
Team Australia will visit Sri Lanka later this year for three Tests, five One-Day Internationals and two Twenty20s. Allan Donald has 330 Test wickets from 72 Tests. He played 164 One-Day Internationals taking 272 wickets. Donald joins former Australian batsman Greg Blewett on the coaching staff.
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