Northern Warriors clinched the title for the second time in the history of the league, defeating Delhi Bulls by 8 wickets in the final on Saturday night, according to crictracker report.
The Northern Warriors clinched the 4th edition of the Abu Dhabi T10 League, by defeating the Delhi Bulls in the titular clash by 8 wickets.
Nicholas Pooran's men were ecstatic as they become the first two-time champions in the competition's four-edition history.
Pooran, 25, follows in the footsteps of previous Warriors captain Daren Sammy in clinching T10 glory at his first experience leading a franchise, and represents a change in guard as he wrestled glory away from Dwayne Bravo's Delhi Bulls, according to an ESNP report.
"I think this group wanted it much more than the Delhi Bulls today," Pooran said.
"It's been a tough one, but a really good opportunity for me. For someone this young, being able to captain a team of young players and experienced players, to get the respect of some players, learning all these things - it was a challenge but at the end of the day I really appreciated it,” he said.
T10 League is a ten-over format cricket league in the UAE launched in 2017.
The league is approved by the Emirates Cricket Board. Matches are 10-over-a-side and the duration of each match is 90 minutes.
The tournament is a round robin followed by Eliminators and the Final.