Junior Bennett, Jamaica Tallawahs coach
"I thought we planned well. Guyana was the only team that beat us in the competition, and after losing twice to them we really regrouped.
"We had a lengthy team meeting on the day of the final where we discussed every single player on the Guyana team, and we came and executed efficiently."
Ramnaresh Sarwan, Guyana Amazon Warriors captain
"I take full responsibility. The (batting) adjustments didn't pay off and I will take all the blame for that because we tried to get some momentum going. I made some mistakes and it cost us the game.
"Maybe if we got Franklin (James) up a bit earlier we could have probably posted a better total. But I live by my decision."
Krishmar Santokie, Man of the Tournament
"I am happy with the team I was playing for. Initially, yes, that (Jamaica Tallawahs) would have been my first choice, but having not been selected, as I said before, life goes on.
"I got an opportunity to play for another team, and I am thankful that Guyana selected me. I think I really put on a good show, and have shown the Caribbean and the world what I have to offer."
Chris Gayle, Jamaica Tallawahs captain
"Words can't describe what this moment feels like. It has been weeks of hard work, dedication and sacrifice, and to know that we are champions is a wonderful and amazing feeling."Congrats must go to the players who, match by match, gave it their all, the coaching staff, who provided invaluable support, and the fans and sponsors, who have been there for us."