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The era of Walcott, Weekes and Worrell

The brilliance of the three Ws

Sep 26, 2011: How three batsmen from Barbados lifted West Indies' middle order to an unprecedented high

S Rajesh

No. 19

Worrell becomes captain

May 8, 2010: A cricketer and a gentleman who gave a sense of unity to West Indian cricket and championed the cause of player rights

Vaneisa Baksh

Worrell, Weekes and Walcott

T&T honours the legacy of the three W's

Apr 10, 2008: The legacy of Frank Worrell, Clyde Walcott and Everton Weekes was celebrated at the Queen's Park Oval

Roger Seepersad

Cricketing knights

Jun 16, 2007: Cricketers who have received knighthoods

Martin Williamson

Ignored men

Causes celebres

Mar 22, 2007: When selectors make mistakes or leave out heroes, the press and public love to make a song and dance about it. Steve Pittard selects his favourite ignored men

House of Sir Frank to be made into museum

Museum to be built for Worrell

Feb 6, 2007: The boyhood home of the late Sir Frank Worrell was torn down to make way for a museum for the West Indies cricket great.

Clyde Walcott

The power of three

Aug 27, 2006: A moving homage to Clyde Walcott, one of the legends of the game

Vaneisa Baksh

India in West Indies 1952-53

Sailing by banana boat to face the Three Ws

Apr 20, 2006: Memories of India's 1952-53 tour of the Caribbean from GS Ramchand

A brief history of Barbados cricket

The jewel of the Caribbean

Mar 16, 2006: A brief history of cricket in Barbados, for so long the driving force behind the game in the Caribbean

ESPNcricinfo staff


The ultimate one-Test wonder

Dec 31, 2005: Martin Williamson looks back at Andy Ganteaume, who made a hundred on his Test debut ... and never played again

Martin Williamson

West Indies in Australia 2005-06

Will Chanderpaul go the Goddard way?

Nov 15, 2005: The public pronouncements of Bennett King, the West Indies coach, and Courtney Walsh, the former captain, urging support for Chanderpaul indicate that the sixth captain in 10 years is not receiving it from those experienced and influential members best pl

Tony Cozier

75 years of Caribbean cricket

West Indian legends feted

Jul 29, 2004: West Indies may be going through a bad patch of late, but their cricketing history has been remarkable

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Scotiabank West Indian Jubilee awards

Five greats of West Indies cricket honoured

Jul 28, 2004: The five greatest Caribbean players of all time have been named at an awards ceremony to mark the 75th anniversary of West Indies cricket

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Scotiabank West Indian Jubilee dinner

Who are the greatest West Indians of them all?

Jul 16, 2004: The Scotiabank West Indian Jubilee will be held on Tuesday, July 27, in the Symphony Hall in Birmingham, two nights before the second Test between England and West Indies starts at Edgbaston

Wisden Cricinfo staff

January 1990

Ramadhin and Valentine - little friends of mine

May 12, 2004: John Arlott looks back 40 years to the powerful West Indian tourists of 1950

May 1967

The man who made history

Apr 21, 2004: Sir Frank Worrell died at 42 and CLR James recalls how he initiated a regeneration in Test cricket

He should have been a paceman

Jul 4, 2003: 1929 Birth of a left-arm spinner whose career makes Phil Tufnell's look boring

Wisden Cricinfo staff


Frank Worrell

1968: WORRELL, SIR FRANK MAGLINNE, died in Jamaica, March 13, 1967


Frank Worrell

1951: Few, if any, eminent cricketers can view the game with such a detached attitude as the slim, lithely-built Frank Maglinne Worrell, one of the most prominent members of the 1950 West Indies touring team

E. Eden

Stats analysis: Frank Worrell

Classy and inspirational

Worrell had outstanding numbers as a batsman, but he will always be most remembered for his outstanding leadership qualities

Madhusudhan Ramakrishnan
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