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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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Gros Islet, St Lucia: The St. Lucia Zouks and Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel got their Hero Caribbean Premier League underway, but unfortunately a game that was well poised was ruined by a rain storm that left the field unfit for play. The home side would have been confident of victory having set the Red Steel a target of 180 to win. Only five balls were bowled in the second innings of the game so no result was possible.

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Bridgetown, Barbados - The Hero Caribbean Premier League 2015 got under way with a rematch of last year’s final as the current champions Barbados Tridents took on the Guyana Amazon Warriors. The Tridents ran out winners thanks primarily to a brilliant all round performance from their captain, Kieron Pollard. His innings of 48 and two wickets were the difference between the sides and even a stunning spell of bowling from Sunil Narine was not enough to stop the current holders of the CPL title getting off to a winning start.

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Foska Oats, founding sponsor of the Jamaica Tallawahs, is back on board for the third year in a row. John Ramson, Chairman of Caribbean Foods Limited said, “We look forward to this year’s staging of the Caribbean Premier League. The last two years recorded resounding successes. We are confident thatJamaicans will wholeheartedly support their team and we hope that the Tallawahs will bring home the CPL Trophy. Foska Oats is honoured to play a pivotal role in these games.”

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Photo: West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) President Dave Cameron speaking at the breakfast for the Jamaica Tallawahs put on by sponsors Foska Oats at the Melbourne Cricket Club on Tuesday.

President of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) Dave Cameron, speaking at the Melbourne Cricket Club where the Jamaica Tallawahs team had breakfast courtesy of sponsors, Foska Oats on Tuesday, June 16, 2015, commended the company for their continued support of the Jamaican franchise, the Jamaica Tallawahs, in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL).

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Photo: Andre Russell takes a brilliant catch falling backwards for the Jamaica Tallawahs against the Guyana Amazon Warriors yesterday. Russell held three catches, took one wicket and blasted 58 runs including a six off the last delivery to help his team secure a win.

A magnificent unbeaten knock of 58 from 24 deliveries by Andre Russell gave the Jamaica Tallawahs a last gasp win over the Guyana Amazon Warriors at Sabina Park in the Limacol Caribbean Premier League on Saturday. It was the third win in a row for the Tallawahs over the Warriors and their second this season.

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Photo: Jerome Taylor during his spell of 4-18 from 3 overs. Taylor was named man-of-the-match for his effort.

The defending champions of the Limacol CPLT20 competition, the Jamaica Tallawahs, rebounded from their first loss of the season against the Red Steel with a crushing seven wicket win over the toothless Antigua Hawsbills at Sabina Park on Thursday.

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Photo: Nikita Miller in the nets in Jamaica for the Tallawahs

Both the Red Steel and Jamaica Tallawahs have shown that they have “nerves of steel” by pulling out nail-biting wins in their last respective games in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL).

Today they face each other in what is expected to be another exciting game in this season’s CPL. Fans have already been treated to some spectacular cricket in the preliminary stage and the Steel will be anxious to end the unbeaten run of the defending champions.

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Photo: Chadwick Walton blasts for four during his innings of 53. (Getty Images)

A nail-biting finish between the table-toppers Jamaica Tallawahs and the Guyana Amazon Warriors brought a fantastic end to another glorious weekend of cricket in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) T-20 competition. The defending champions Tallawahs managed to cling on to register a 4 run win in a gripping contest.