Caribbean Premier League

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Photo: A year ago Javelle Glenn was celebrating taking a catch for the Jamaica Tallawahs against the TKR, yesterday his 3/16 helped the St. Lucia Zouks destroy the Tallawahs in their final preliminary round game. 

 

 

 

 

After an abysmal performance in round robin section of this season’s Hero CPL T-20 competition, the Jamaica Tallawahs run the risk of losing their most loyal fans.

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Foska Oats has stayed on board with the Jamaica Tallawahs for the fourth edition of the Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL). The news was announced at a breakfast/brunch for the players and coaches held at the Melbourne Cricket Club on Tuesday.

“Our team is gearing up for another eventful season of fueling our Jamaica Tallawahs. We look forward to interacting with the players as well as energizing our fellow Jamaicans to push this team to victory”, stated the excited Director of Operations of Caribbean Foods Limited, Mr. Christopher Ramson.

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The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) is preparing for upcoming home series in one-day internationals and tests starting June this year. That schedule will start with the Tri-Nation with South Africa and Australia and the India series in July along with the fourth running of the Caribbean Premier League.

 

While the players were dominating on the field of play and winning championships in the just concluded 2016 ICC World Twenty20; West Indies was winning in another key area – Event Planning.

 

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Photo:Jamaica Tallawahs players pose with members of the St. Georges College cricket team following a brief tour at the school on Wednesday.

The Jamaica Tallawahs began preparation for the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) with a tour to three high schools on Wednesday. Three local based players, David Bernard, Nkruma Bonner and Horace Miller along with team manager and former player, Andrew Richardson visited St. Georges College, Campion College and Papine High School on the tour.