Caribbean Premier League 2024: Tahir, Ayub, Pretorius return to Guyana Amazon Warriors

Sa im Ayub was a breakout star for the Warriors in 2023

After confirming the names of their regional players last week, the Guyana Amazon Warriors, defending champions in the Republic Bank Caribbean Premier (CPL) 2024 season, have released the names of the group of international players that would suit up for them.
In fact, the Warriors have retained all their 2023 international players who helped them to lift their inaugural trophy, including Captain Imran Tahir, explosive opening batsman Saim Ayub, Azam Khan, and 2023 ‘Player of the Final’, Dwaine Pretorious.

Imran Tahir inspired the Amazon Warriors to their first CPL title in 2023

In addition, the Amazon Warriors have signed Afghanistan opener Rahmanullah Gurbaz, who missed out on the 2023 season owing to international duties.
With the international players confirmed, the Warriors have 14 players thus far, and will have 3 more spots to fill at the CPL Players Draft in July.
The Guyana Amazon Warriors (GAW) team now reads: Imran Tahir, Shimron Hetmyer, Saim Ayub, Shai Hope, Romario Shepherd, Azam Khan, Gudakesh Motie, Rahmanullah Gurbaz, Kevin Sinclair, Dwaine Pretorius, Keemo Paul, Shamar Joseph, Kevlon Anderson and Junior Sinclair.
The Amazon Warriors will start their campaign on Friday, August 30th in Antigua and Barbuda, as they face the CPL’s newest franchise, the Antigua and Barbuda Falcons, from 19:00hrs local time.

A look at the international players who have been retained/signed for the Amazon Warriors in 2024

Their second game will see them moving to St. Kitts and Nevis, where they will take on the Patriots at Warner Park from 19:00hrs on Wednesday, September 4.
The Republic Bank CPL bowls off on August 29th and concludes on Sunday, October 6th. For the third, consecutive year, the CPL grand finale will be held at the Guyana National Stadium at Providence, East Bank Demerara (EBD).