Bowling coach Curtly Ambrose Reveals Reason Behind Jamaica Tallawahs’ success in this year’s CPL

Curtly Ambrose, Jamaica’s Tallawahs bowling coach, revealed the secret to winning the title.

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The Jamaica Tallawahs beat the Barbados Royals by eight wickets in the final of the Caribbean Premier League 2022 to lift the title.

The Providence Stadium in Guyana hosted this exciting contest where an all-around effort saw the Tallawahs beat the Royals comprehensively.

Jamaica Tallawahs coach Curtly Ambrose admits to taking special pride and pleasure in lifting the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) crown on Friday because of the team’s status as underdogs.

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The Tallawahs, At one point during the season, the Tallawahs lost five of seven games and finished in the final qualifying spot in the League stage.

“This means a lot as a group; we came into the tournament as underdogs. Not many gave us a chance to come out of the first round, let alone win it,” Ambrose said, following the team’s triumph.

“I haven’t sprinted for years and I found myself sprinting onto the field. It was a wonderful performance though, and we were deserving winners,” he added.

Jamaica Tallawahs’s coaching staff, including head coach Shivnareen Chandrapaul and Bowling coach Curtly Ambrose, were delighted that their team showed the fight and determination needed to clinch the prestigious title.

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“The thing about the Tallawahs is that we didn’t really [focus] on just one or two players. At any given time, any player can step up. We have depth in our batting, we have good bowling. We stuck together as a family and we believed from day 1 that we could have won this championship and we did.” west Indies Legends Concluded

On the other hand, the Royals were the league’s best team, having lost just two of 10 games.

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