'Didn't execute plans'

Trinidad and Tobago captain Denesh Ramdin said lack of mental preparation was the reason for his team getting knocked out at the qualifying stage of the Champions League.

The Red Force lost by six wickets to Yorkshire at Supersport Park on Wednesday, crashing out of the competition. The defeat appeared to have stunned the Trinidadians who were left to play an inconsequential game against Sri Lankan champions Uva Next before returning home.

“We didn’t execute our plans. We lost early wickets and then we tried to get a partnership (going), but we didn’t execute as well come the latter stages either,” said Ramdin. “We should have prepared better mentally coming to South Africa, where the bounce is different.”

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