Jerome Taylor is a Jamaican cricketer who plays internationally for the West Indies cricket team. Jerome Taylor was born on 22 June 1984 and he gradually established fame to be a good cricketer of West Indies team. After playing a single match for Jamaica, Jerome Taylor was entitled into the West Indian series matches for playing the final match against Sri Lankan team in year 2003. Taylor had been called the most capable fast bowler of the Carib Beer series being arranged in year 2003, after taking up 21 wickets at a run average of around 20.14, which encompassed a pull of 8 for 59, which was Taylor’s leading ten-wicket match haul.
Jerome Taylor recognized himself in the ODI matches with wickets records in year 2006, and was West Indies’ foremost wicket-taker throughout the DLF Cup arranged in Malaysia, taking eight wickets in overall. Taylor was designated for the 2006 Champions Trophy and taking four wickets in the initial matches against Bangladesh and Zimbabwe cricket teams.
Taylor acquired a record of hat-trick in opening group game of West Indies against Australian team, turning out as the first West Indian to attain such an accomplishment in an ODI match.
The great part of his career include the moment with 21 runs needed and 14 balls left, Taylor bowled for 13, then discharged cricketer-Brett Lee lbw on the following ball. It was actually the finish of the over, but he refunded to bowl the final over, bowling player-Brad Hogg to finish the hat-trick. Before this, Taylor had bowled Australian topmost cricketer Ricky Ponting, who is the fourth-ranked batsman in the world cricket, for 1, and he completed with four for 49, that was his second-best ODI career statistics.
Jerome Taylor’s batting facet of the game endures to develop for the improved games and many trust he has the capacity to turn out into a useful all-rounder soon. This vision was improved when Taylor made score of hundred, 106 batting at rank 8 against New Zealand team, in the Dunedin Test Match arranged in year 2008 series.
Talking about the prestigious awards, Taylor has been bestowed with Man of the Match awards in series played against New Zealand in test series of 2008-09. Taylor has also been bestowed with Man of the Match awards in series played against England.
Education: Jerome Taylor has received his basic schooling education from his hometown. At an early age Taylor plunged into cricket field owing to his passion for playing cricket games.
Jerome Taylor Net Worth in year 2017 is approximately $3.9 Million US Dollars
The estimated total net worth of Jerome Taylor is around $3.9 million US dollars in year 2017. The stated net worth of Jerome Taylor embraces his earning from Test and ODI matches as a representative of his team, his business deals, etc.
Jerome Taylor Assets
It is suggested that Jerome Taylor owns a mansion in nearby cities of Montage Bay, Kingston, Pétionville.
Jerome Taylor Business Model
The Mumbai Indians had contracted this West Indies fast bowler named Jerome Taylor to substitute injured Sri Lankan paceman named Lasith Malinga for the rest of this season to be played of the IPL.
Recently, Dwayne Bravo with Jerome Taylor recorded the maximum partnership for the ninth wicket, placing on 66 in the initial T20 played at Dubai. In this particular match, team West Indies was struggling at 48 for 8 in the 12th over, prior Taylor and Bravo joined in the match.
Before few days, West Indies pacer named Jerome Taylor has said good bye to Test cricket after a 13 year period of playing international career but will be obtainable for choice in the shorter form of the game.
Taylor was not deliberated for the team which will play against Indian team in the four-test series after he submitted an official notification of his decision to retire, as per the reports from WICB in a release.
Throughout the cricket career, Jerome Taylor has evolved to turn out as the West Indies’ premier and most consistent fast bowler. Accompanying accuracy and pace, Taylor is judiciously economical and presently has the greatest bowling average for both Test matches as well as ODIs in the West Indies cricket team.