The Jamaica Tallawahs were the first time to win the Caribbean Premier League. They did so in 2013. If they win the 2016 edition of the Caribbean Premier League then the Jamaica Tallawahs will be the first team to win the tournament twice. In previous years there were matches that captured the hearts of many Jamaicans across the globe. Here are some of the moments that showed the team was Likkle But Tallawah!
- 2013- Beating the Guyana Amazon Warriors by 7 wickets to win the CPL title. After losing the Guyana Amazon Warriors twice in the group stages, the Jamaica Tallawahs ensured it was not three losses in a row at the Queens Park Oval in Trinidad. After putting Guyana Amazon Warriors into bat the Amazon Warriors made 128. Despite the Tallawahs losing Chadwick Walton, Kumar Sangakkara and Jermaine Blackwood early in their title charge, Chris Gayle and Andre Russell ensured they crossed the line with victory.
2. Jamaica Tallawahs beat the Barbados Tridents by 7 wickets to advance to 2013 CPL Final. The Jamaica Tallwahs were in a spot of bother, they needed 10 runs and over for the last 5 overs to make it to the CPL final to face the Amazon Warriors. Danza Hyatt was soaking up a lot of dot balls and got frustrated, he was caught near the boundary and in came Andre Russell with a match winning and emphatic 29 runs off only 6 balls.
3. Tallawahs beat the Guyana Amazon Warriors by 6 wickets. The Jamaica Tallawahs needed 6 runs to win off the last ball and Andre Russell hit Jimmy Neesham for 6 to send Sabina Park into delight.
4. Jamaica Tallawahs beats the Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel by 50 runs. Tallawah Skipper Christopher Henry Gayle became the first and eventually the only person to score a century in the CPL for 2015 when he scored 105 off 57 balls at Sabina Park as the Jamaica Tallawahs posted their highest CPL score of 180 and beat the Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel by 50 runs. Gayle hit 9 sixes and 6 fours in this innings.