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Welcome To The Windies Warriors!

WWSC is the support group for West Indies cricket and apart from our fundraising activities, it will be our mission to inform and educate our members what cricket is all about and what it has meant to West Indians over the years. Our cricket did not start in 1978 but a long time before then. In fact, the records show that some regional cricket was organised in our region as far back as 1865 so it is likely that the game was played even before then. We will look at those early years and up to 1928 when we made our first tour to England as an official test team. We will then have articles detailing the past decades of our cricket. 
We know we also have supporters who have much knowledge of the game and cricket life in the region and we will love to hear from you to share your special perspective. Tell us about your territory, its cricket history, its venues, its special characters and how cricket is organised now and what is the condition of the game there. Positive and constructive comments will be greatly appreciated so we look forward to your input.

The West Indies Men’s Senior cricket team will embark on a busy schedule of matches in 2023 starting with two tests away against Zimbabwe in February followed by another series of two tests, three ODIs and three T20Is away in South Africa in February and March. We then play India in two tests, three ODIs and three T20Is in our own backyard where our performances have been encouraging. In September we play Afghanistan away in three ODIs before we attend the ICC ODI World Cup in India in October and November.  Afghanistan visits us for three ODIs in November before we end the year with three ODIs and fiveT20Is against England in December.

Our U19 Women have the ICC T20 tournament which started this month in South Africa from January 14 to 29, while the Senior Women play a tri-series with South Africa and India in South Africa before the ICC T20 World Cup also in South Africa from February 10 to 26.