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| On Sep 2, 2019 12:40 PM IST

Jahmar Hamilton (West Indies Cricketer) Girlfriend, Records, Controversies, Age, Coach, Weight, Height and More


Jahmar Hamilton wicket-keeper plays for Leeward Island cricket team, made his debut West Indies cricket team in August 2019. In 2008 he made his T20I debut for the Anguilla cricket team against Grenda at Stanford 20/20 Tournament in Antigua. His life-changing moment came when he was picked up for the home Test series against Sri Lanka.

His performance against England Lion in 2018 get him a chance for Test selection as he scored 100,20 and 79 in the two unofficial matches for Windies A team.


Name: Jahmar Hamilton

Nickname: NA

Role: Wicketkeeper

Cricket Career

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International Debut

Test: vs. India at Sabina Park Kingston, 30th August 2019


T20I: vs. Grenada at Coolidge, 03 February 2008 

Career Turning Point: He career changed when he was picked for the home Test series against Sri Lanka. 

Jersey Number: NA

Major Teams: West Indies, Anguilla, Antigua Hawksbills, Leeward Islands, Sagicor High-Performance Centre

Early Career

He was named in the West Indies squad for Test series against Sri Lanka, but he did not play.

Now for the second, he replaced Shame Dowich who had an ankle injury in the Test series against India.

Also, Jahmar made his first-class debut for the Leeward Islands in Feburay 2008 against Barbados.

Physical Appearance

Height (approx.): 6ft 1in 

Weight (approx.): 72kg

Eye Colour: Black

Hair Colour: Black

Personal Life

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Date of Birth: September 22, 1990

Age (as of May 2019): 28 Year

Birth Place: St. Thomas  

Nationality: U.S. Virgin Islands

Zodiac sign/Sun sign: Virgo

School: NA

College: NA

Educational Qualifications:  NA 


Father: NA

Mother: NA

Sister: NA

Brother: NA

Marital Status: Unmarried 

Coach/Mentor: NA

Religion: NA

Address: St. Thomas  


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Hobbies: NA

Cricketers: NA

Lesser Known Facts

He was a top run-scorer for Leeward Island in the year 2016-17 while playing in the Regional Four Day Competition, where he was the only layer who made two centuries in the tournament.

Now, he was named in the West Indies cricket team in August 2019.

Jahmar was named three times in the West Indies test squad but didn’t play.

Also, he represents Anguilla and Leeward Islands.


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