Congrats to our Jamaica Tallawahs for winning both CPLT20 matches at home at Sabina Park last Tuesday and Wednesday. They beat the St. Lucia Stars and Chris Gayle’s St. Kitts and Nevis Patriots. Perhaps Gayle should have never left.
Best of luck to the Tallawahs for the rest of the tournament! It continues in Florida and other islands.
Check out the CPLT20 Schedule here!
The weekend kicks off with the St. Lucia Stars vs. the Barbados Tridents tonight in St. Lucia at 9pm!
***Tonight’s matches and matches in the schedule below can be watched on Sportsmax***
By: Gabrielle Burgess
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The Tallawahs are in Jamaica and so is CPL T20. Finally!
Jamaica Tallawahs with Lendl Simmons, Krishmar Santoki, Kumar Sangakkarra and more, will be playing the St. Lucia Stars with Darren Sammy, Marlon Samuels and more. The Stars have been on a losing streak at the bottom of the table. The Tallawahs are currently in 3rd place.
Other Matches at Sabina Park and Ticket Info:
Saturday, August 26 @8pm: Jamaica Tallawahs vs. Trinbago Knight Riders
Wednesday, August 30 @6pm: Jamaica Tallawahs vs. St. Kitts & Nevis Patriots
Friday, September 1 @8pm: Jamaica Tallawahs vs. Guyana Amazon Warriors
By: Gabrielle Burgess
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Congrats to the Jamaica Tallawahs for winning 4/4 at home! Last night they beat the Barbados Tridents who opted to field first, by 36 runs.
Thank goodness Chris Gayle has a stronger team this time around, especially since he is injured. He was dismissed early again but Chadwick Walton was the one last night who stepped up and scored 97 with the support of Sangakkara and he won Man of the Match.
The Tallawahs had an all around performance throughout the 4 games here. Well deserved victories.
It was a pleasure to see so many Jamaicans come out and support the Cricket, drinking or not drinking. Well done CPL. For those who actually follow the CPL, the Tallawahs leave home at the top of the table.
There are more matches to be played in St. Lucia followed by Florida who does not have a team and then the Playoffs and Final will be played St. Kitts. The Final will be played on Sunday, August 7. Continue to support the Tallawahs by tuning in to TVJSN, Sportsmax, ESPN Caribbean or any other Sports Channel that may be showing the matches.
You can also follow CPLT20 (@CPL) on twitter to keep up and tweet your support.
The Tallawahs will play St. Lucia next on Saturday, July 30 in Lauderhill, Florida.