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Personal Information

Full NameJerome Everton Taylor
BornJune 22, 1984 St Elizabeth, Jamaica
Age38 Years, 2 Months, -1 Days
National SideWest Indies
Batting StyleRight Handed
BowlingRight-arm fast
SportCricket

Ranking

TestODIT20
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Man of the Match

TestODIT20World CupCL
2410-

Career Information

Teams PlayedWest Indies, Jamaica, Leicestershire, Stanford Super Stars, West Indies Academy, West Indies Inv XI, Mumbai Indians, Somerset, Sussex, Pune Warriors India, Hobart Hurricanes, Ruhuna Royals, St Lucia Zouks, Jamaica Tallawahs
Career Span

Jerome Everton Taylor Overall Stats

Batting & Fielding Performance

MIN/ORHS100s50s4s6sAVGS/RCTSTDucksR/O
Test
46737856106 v NZ111161912.9662.5780
ODI
9042927843* v SA003158.4286.06200
World Cup
14717415* v SA009012.3383.1410
T20I
3015611821 v PAK0010613.11128.2690
IPL
52132 v CSK00003.00100.00--

Bowling Performance

IOMRWBest3s5sAVGE/RS/RMtc
Test
781292.525844801306/47 v AUS11434.463.4659.66
ODI
88723.33537801285/48 v ZIM15129.535.2233.91
World Cup
14121.35634233/15 v PAK5027.565.2131.69
T20I
301002863333/6 v SA3026.158.6318.18
IPL
519.3015763/30 v CSK1026.168.0519.50

Jerome Everton Taylor Profile

A young quickie from Jamaica who can bowl out-and-out fast, Jerome Taylor is a great future bowling prospect for West Indies.

Taylor was just 18 years old, with a lone one-day match for Jamaica under his belt, when he was called into the West Indies squad for the final match of their series against Sri Lanka in June 2003. Later, as India toured the Caribbean in mid-2006, a quick and accurate Taylor troubled the Indian batsmen, and thrilled his home crowd with notable performances. He established himself in the 2006 DLF Cup in Malaysia, and backed his performance with a hat-trick to lead his nation to an impressive victory over Australia in the Champions Trophy. In 2008, he emerged as the leading wicket-taker for the West Indies in the Test series against the Lankans. Apart from his fiery bowling, Taylor is also a handy lower order batsman and surprised spectators with a Test century, batting at No.8 against the Black Caps.

With the potential to rip through any batting order, young Taylor holds the responsibility to spearhead a young Windies pace attack in the new generation.