Seekkuge Prasanna smashed a 27-ball 51 but a disciplined bowling performance from Barbados Tridents defeated Trinbago Knight Riders by 12 runs.
Brandon King struck the CPL record for the highest individual score as his unbeaten 132 annihilated the Barbados Tridents bowling.
Kieron Pollard smashed a nine-ball 26 to help his team recover from a dire position during the chase of the target of 126.
Nicholas Pooran's half-century steered Guyana Amazon Warriors to successful chase of the tricky target of 144 in the 19th over.
Malik accelerated his scoring rate towards the latter half of the Warriors innings, smashing five fours and two sixes during his alluring knock.
Harry Gurney returned impressive figures of 2-14 in four overs while Johnson Charles fired at the top to vault Barbados Tridents to the No. 2 spot.
Guyana Amazon Warriors were able to stave off Kieron Pollard's explosive batting performance to achieve their eighth victory on the trot.
Barbados Tridents spinner Hayden Walsh picked up four wickets to hand his side a playoffs-clinching 24-run victory.
An inspiring bowling performance from skipper Carlos Brathwaite allowed St Kitts and Nevis Patriots to defend 149 by the barest of margins.
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