Chennai: A disappointed Cape Cobras captain Justin Kemp on Tuesday blamed a below-par bowling performance by his side throughout the tournament for their elimination from the Champions League Twenty20 after losing at the hands of Trinidad and Tobago.
The Cobras, who made 137 for four after batting first on Tuesday, suffered a two-wicket loss in a thrilling Group A match after letting T&T off the hook at 105 for seven.
"It's disappointing, but to be fair we haven't bowled well at all, really. We've made crucial mistakes which you can't make at this level and unfortunately it caught up with us tonight. You can't be bowling three, four no-balls in one over, (which means) you're struggling. You're chasing a relatively low score, if you bowl a few wides too, it doesn't make it any easier," Kemp said at the post-match press conference