January 16, 2021
Today we share a bit about Jahmar Neville Hamilton, the 30-year-old Anguillan wicket-keeper batsman.
Jahmar started playing hardball cricket at the age of 12. His love for the game and his family kept him motivated over the years and now he’s called on to deliver for the West Indies in the #BANvWI ODI series.
On hearing the news, Hamilton “looked up to the sky and said thank you Father!” For him, it’s a “great feeling” and plans to put his best foot forward, play positive cricket, learn and develop his game.
Jahmar lives by the following quotes:
“Live to express, not impress” and “I prefer to die with memories than to die with dreams.”
Hamilton believes he’s “Destined for Greatness.”
We’re rooting for you Jahmar, congrats and all the best!