Batting first, Trinidad and Tobago managed 139 for six in their 20 overs while Blues, courtesy a 16-run final over, responded with 139 for eight to tie the match. In the Super Over, the Blues plundered 18 runs as against 15 by Trinidad and Tobago who thus slid to their second defeat in as many matches.
Trinidad had the game seemingly in their control when they had the Blues on the ropes, but a late blitz by the tail-enders took the game away from them.
An early flurry of boundaries seemed to set up the Blues innings with openers Shane Watson and David Warner getting a move on.
In Image: The New South Wales Blues team celebrates after winning their match against Trinidad & Tobago