Trinidad & Tobago player Kevon Cooper said that it was “a dream come true” after he kept his team's semi-final hopes alive with a knock of 11-ball 25 against the Cape Cobras today.
‘It's a good feeling. It's difficult to express my feelings right now. After watching the guys play
international cricket on TV, and then playing against them, playing a big knock for my team, it is something I dream about. I am happy right now and hope for better things now,” said Cooper.
T&T skipper Darren Ganga lauded Cooper's contribution. ‘Ever since he was selected for T&T at the age of 16, he has shown promise and talent.”