CPL 2014: Man of the tournament will win piece of land in St. Kitts
The property will be worth around US$400,000.
Chris Gayle (left) will be a contender for the man of the series award © CPL/Getty Images
Aug 15, 2015
The Caribbean Premier League (CPL) announced that the man of the tournament will end up with a piece of land in Beaumont Park, St. Kitts, which is worth US$400,000.
According to cplt20.com, CPL chairman Damien O’Donohoe, said, “This is a most amazing prize for the Man of the Tournament and testament to the support of the people and businesses across St. Kitts and Nevis for CPL, for which, on behalf of the entire CPL family, I would like to extend my sincerest thanks.”
Meanwhile, Arthur Sharpe, the Vice President of Beaumont Park, said, “We are thrilled to welcome the Limacol CPL to St. Kitts and be able to showcase our beautiful island to the rest of the world. We are proud to be offering this top prize to the Man of the Tournament, a chance to be part of the one of the most exclusive developments on the island and with that, a chance to enjoy St. Kitts for many more years to come.”