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Cricket : Chris Gayle waiting for Caribbean Premier League

The recent inaugural Caribbean Premier League, which was won by the Jamaica Tallawahs, has been deemed a major success.
Approximately 250,000 people across the six venues attended the matches, while it has been estimated that more than 135 million homes across the world tuned in to the action.

Guyana Amazon Warriors, Barbados Tridents, Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel, Antigua Hawksbills, and St Luica Zouks joined the Tallawahs in the tournament, which involved a group stage comprising 21 matches, with each team playing seven games.
The top four sides moved onto the semi-finals before the favourites in the cricket betting odds, the Tallawahs, beat Guyana by seven wickets in the final.

A total of 238 sixes and 415 fours were hit in the tournament - an average of ten and 17 respectively per match, which led the CEO of the Caribbean Premier League, Damien O'Donohoe, to say:
"There's nothing like the buzz you get as a cricket fan when these giants of Caribbean cricket are firing on the field. The action in every match was just breathtaking and the crowd revelled in it."

According to the cricket betting , Antigua’s Sheldon Cotterrell bowled the fastest ball of the tournament, although St Lucia’s Tino Best had the honour of sending down seven of the ten fastest balls in the competition.

Tallawahs captain, Chris Gayle, scored the fastest 50 of the tournament off just 23 balls, against the Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel. The 33-year-old also smashed the longest six, which was measured at 114 metres.

Gayle said of the competition: "Cricket in the Caribbean is all about big powerful displays. It's always a pleasure to bring the fans to their feet with some serious hitting. "And to be able to do that with millions of people watching in the stands and on TV is just a great experience. I had a blast and can't wait for next year."