CPLT20 Live – ST KITTS & NEVIS PATRIOTS vs JAMAICA TALLAWAHS

CPLT20 Live – ST KITTS & NEVIS PATRIOTS vs JAMAICA TALLAWAHS

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Watch CPLT20 Live – ST KITTS & NEVIS PATRIOTS vs JAMAICA TALLAWAHS 02 JULY 2016 12:00 – BASSETERRE, ST KITTS

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ABOUT ST KITTS & NEVIS PATRIOTS
PLAYERS

  • LENDL SIMMONS
  • FAF DU PLESSIS
  • SAMUEL BADREE
  • BRAD HODGE
  • THISARA PERERA
  • JONATHAN CARTER
  • KRISHMAR SANTOKIE
  • EVIN LEWIS
  • TABRAIZ SHAMSI
  • KIERAN POWELL
  • JON-JON SMUTS
  • DEVON THOMAS
  • SHARMARH BROOKS
  • TINO BEST
  • Jeremiah Stevenson Louis
  • NIKHIL DUTTA

Gaining independence from British rule in 1983, today St Kitts and Nevis is the smallest sovereign state in the Americas, in both geographical size and population. It consists of two islands: St Kitts (also more formerly known as St Christopher Island), and Nevis, separated by a two mile wide channel. The total population is about 52,000 people, most of African descent. Indeed, St Kitts and Nevis were amongst the first islands of the Caribbean to be settled by Europeans, earning the country the nomination as the ‘Mother of the West Indies’.

No doubt, a big part of the culture of St Kitts and Nevis is their national sport, cricket. With its influences from the British that influenced many countries in the Caribbean for centuries, the residents are passionate about cricket, as in so many other Commonwealth member countries
Source : http://www.cplt20.com/teams/st-kitts-nevis-patriots

JAMAICA TALLAWAHS
PLAYERS

  • CHRIS GAYLE
  • KUMAR SANGAKKARA
  • SHAKIB AL HASAN
  • ANDRE RUSSELL
  • IMAD WASIM
  • LASITH MALINGA
  • ROVMAN POWELL
  • CHADWICK WALTON
  • JON-RUSS JAGGESAR
  • ANDRE MCCARTHY
  • JONATHAN FOO
  • ALEX ROSS
  • KESWICK WILLIAMS
  • NKRUMAH BONNER
  • GAREY MATHURIN
  • TIMROY ALLEN


Jamaica is the fifth largest island country in the Caribbean. The people boast ancestors from Africa, Europe and Asia that have helped shape Jamaica and make it the multi-faceted mosaic of international customs and traditions it is today. ‘Out of many, One people’ is the country’s very accurate motto. Whilst being known for its many beautiful white sandy beaches, Jamaica is best known as a worldwide leader in musical genres from reggae to dub to dancehall all of which originated from the island’s vibrant recording industry. You don’t go anywhere in Jamaica without hearing music in the street!

Jamaica’s most famous son, the legendary Bob Marley, is known the world over and his music was, and continues to be, influential around the world. Time Magazine named his Exodus Album the ‘Best Album of the Century’. The birth of hip-hop in New York City also owed much to the city’s Jamaican community.

While music put the island on the international map, the current stars of Jamaican athletics such as Usain Bolt, Yohan Blake and Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce are showing that sportsmen and women from Jamaica can compete and beat the best in the world – a remarkable achievement for such a small island.

Sport is an integral part of national life in Jamaica and whilst athletics is what the country is famous for, cricket still remains the most popular sport.

Freddie Martin and Karl Nunes became the first Jamaicans to play international cricket when they appeared in the West Indies’s inaugural Test match against England in 1928.

Since that time many prominent Jamaican cricketers have represented the West Indies, including the likes of George Headley, Jimmy Adams, Courtney Walsh and Chris Gayle. Chris Gayle is currently one of the leading T20 batsmen in the world.

Many other famous cricketers hail from Jamaica’s shores including Gerry Alexander, Jeffery Dujon, Michael Holding, Lawrence Rowe and Alfred Valentine

Source : http://www.cplt20.com/teams/jamaica-tallawahs

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