CPL releases list of invalidated tickets; urges T&T fans to buy from authorised outlets

Hero Caribbean Premier League press officer, Peter Miller, revealed this afternoon that the League has invalidated over 30 tickets for T20 cricket action in Trinidad, after discovering that they were allegedly “bought fraudulently.”

“Hero Caribbean Premier League would like to advise patrons in Trinidad of tickets that have been bought fraudulently,” stated Miller. “These tickets will no longer be valid and the transaction numbers for each of the tickets that have been canceled are listed below.

Photo: Trinbago Knight Riders bowler Sunil Narine (left) ponders his next delivery during CPL Play Off action against Guyana Amazon Warriors at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy in Tarouba on 7 September 2017.
(Courtesy Sean Morrison/Wired868)

“[…] It is essential that fans only buy tickets from those that are authorised to sell them. Failure to do so could result in your ticket being cancelled and you being refused entry to the venue.

“If fans do buy a ticket that has been invalidated no refund will be offered.”

CPL tickets are available for Trinidad and Tobago cricket fans from cplt20.com online, or from the CPL’s box offices at the Queen’s Park Oval in Port of Spain, the National Cricket Centre in Couva and through SurePay/SunTixx.


The numbers for the CPL ticket that have been invalidated are: 22655, 22673, 23210, 23283, 23291, 23323, 23331, 26159, 26167, 26185, 27071, 14580, 14605, 22570, 22589, 12371, 14519, 25336, 25376, 25383, 25391, 27085, 5679, 5684, 5691, 15089, 22643, 25404, 25800, 25808, 25976, 26011, 26015, 26021, 26022 and 26024.

More from Wired868
Vaneisa: Saluting cricketers in a league of their own

So far, in not writing about cricket for eight columns straight (I am sticking to my story that they are Read more

Early Bird: Echoing Denyse Plummer; TKR support nah leaving—it’s more than cricket

That Monday morning when Bobby sent me back to the 1950s and an old Sparrow kaiso about Carnival queens, Denyse Read more

Orin: Pooran, a global superstar on the rise, bridges political divide

“[…] Last month, the 27-year-old Nicholas Pooran made what turned out to be a smart decision. He made himself unavailable Read more

Caribbean-first! CPL announces Republic Bank as new title sponsor—Trinidad gets 10 games

The Caribbean Premier League (CPL) and Republic Bank Ltd (RBL) are forging a new cricketing partnership, with Republic Bank today Read more

Court accepts TTFA debt repayment plan, as Warner withdraws case after Fenwick/Miller compromise

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) can finally begin paying off its creditors—under terms agreed in May—after High Court Read more

Court adjourns TTFA repayment hearing, to address payoff claims by Warner, Fenwick and Miller

Verified creditors of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA), including former coaches and technical directors like Stephen Hart, Anton Read more

Check Also

Noble: The Gangster and the Gentleman—an East Port of Spain bandit tale

MENDOZA: I am a brigand. I live by robbing the rich. TANNER: (promptly) I am …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.