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Jamaica Tallawahs

Jamaica Tallawahs
Captain: Chris Gayle
Coach: Junior Bennett
Colors:      Green      Black
Founded: 2013
Home ground: Sabina Park
Capacity: 20,000
CPL wins: 1 (2013)
Official website: http://www.tallawahs.com

The Jamaica Tallawahs are the representative team of Jamaica in the Caribbean Premier League. It was one of the six teams created in 2013 for the inaugural season of the tournament. The Jamaica Tallawahs play their home games at Sabina Park in Kingston, Jamaica. The Tallawahs are known for their formidable home record, winning 5 out of their 6 home games in CPL History since the end of the 2014 season.

The Jamaica Tallawahs is also the only team in CPL History to play all 11 local players in match which they did in 2013 at home against the TT Red Steel where all 11 Tallawah players were Jamaican.

They won inaugural tournament by defeating the Guyana Amazon Warriors in the final at Queen's Park Oval

CPL Record (2013-2014)

Wins:14 Losses:6 N/R:0

Squad

Name Nationality Age Batting style Bowling style T20I T20 Notes
Captain
[[Chris
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