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2017

WEST INDIES PLAYERS’ ASSOCIATION

YEAR IN REVIEW

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President’s Remarks
The year 2017 was a good year for us as an organization.
Over the past 5 years, the West Indies Players’ Association
has strengthened its resolve to better serve our members.

• We made great strides this past year and we are proud of where we are today.
• We have engaged our stakeholders in ways that will see our members getting
even more remuneration and benefits than they did before.
• We foresee that our members, men and women, will be happy with the new in
creases in compensation negotiated with Cricket West Indies (CWI) to take effect
next year.

Additionally, our partnerships with two (2) additional educational institutions allows our
members even more options to further their education, with considerations given to their
schedule and under subsidy from the association.
Significantly, we are even more optimistic about the future, as there are plans to increase
the impact we make on a player’s development, educationally, professionally and socially. We
believe in the power of personal development, and we are convinced it will radically improve
performances on the field and help to prepare our players for life after cricket. As such, in the
coming year, we will play a greater role in personal players’ management and development.

We would like to acknowledge and applaud Cricket West Indies (CWI) and The Federation
of International Cricketers’ Association (FICA) for their continued dialogue and cooperation,
and we look forward to strengthening our relationships with both entities as well as with
our other stakeholders. I applaud WIPA’s hardworking team, and encourage them to bat on,
as we together create a positive environment for our members and continue to contribute
to the development and sustainability of West Indies cricket. Most importantly, I would like
to thank our members for allowing us to serve, and I encourage them to make use of the
opportunities our organization provides.

WIPA remains committed to our members, evolving with an ever changing global cricketing
landscape. We look forward to exciting times in the coming year, ready to face the challeng-
es that may arise.

Yours in Cricket,

Wavell Hinds
West Indies Players’ Association
Executive Board of Directors

Wavell Hinds

President & CEO

Wayne Lewis Liam Sebastien


Secretary Assistant Secretary
Nixon McLean

Vice President

Patterson
Ridley Jacobs Thompson
Treasurer Director
West Indies Players’ Association
Staff

Wavell Marla Gabrielle


Hinds Seedansingh Nain

President & CEO E.A to the CEO & Public Relations &
Office Manager Office Manager

Simone Mark
Seedansingh Ramkissoon
Legal Research & Programme
Communications Manager for WIPA
Officer in the Community
Marlon Roxanne
Jean Jordan McLeish
Clark
Player Resource Company Driver/ Social Media
Officer Videographer/I.T Specialist
Officer

Rodney Bhoodesh
Sooklal Dookie
Admin Assistant Cricket
& Assitant Development
Programme Officer for WIPA
Manager for WIPA in the
in the Comminity Community
West Indies Players’ Association
The West Indies Players’ Association (WIPA) is the official player representative
body for cricketers in the West Indies, and is an affiliate of the Federation of In-
ternational Cricketers’ Association (FICA). As the exclusive representative and
bargaining agent of players selected for national and West Indies teams, WIPA is
the authorized and collective voice of all West Indian cricketers, past and present.
WIPA’s goals consist of; seeking appropriate remuneration for players; enhancing
player welfare and development; preparing players for life after cricket; providing
players with advice, and assistance where appropriate; facilitating player involve-
ment in community activities, education and training; and promoting a positive
and harmonious relationship with CWI and other stakeholders.

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History

WIPA was established in 1973, and tle down the monopoly it exercised
incorporated in 2003 under the over players. As such, there were
Companies Act of Trinidad and To- veiled threats to players contemplat-
bago 1995. The association was es- ing joining the body. In fact, players
tablished during a visit to the United were indirectly told that joining the
Kingdom by the then West Indies body would mean jeopardizing their
cricket team. Sir Garfield Sobers, position as players, that is, the pos-
Lance Gibbs, Rohan Kanhai (cap- sible consequence of being ‘dropped’
tain), and Deryck Murray comprised from the team. Nevertheless, players
the earliest committee members, recognized the need for a body that
with the latter two serving as the ini- would serve players interests and
tial president and secretary, respec- well-being and soldiered on.
tively. Since then, there have been a
number of players who have served
as WIPA Presidents; former Windies
opening batsman Wavell Hinds cur-
rently holds the position.
WIPA’s raison d’etre has been to
serve as the West Indian players’ rep-
resentative body. WIPA was estab-
lished in an era when territories were
still under British rule, and cricket,
like other institutions, was managed
and controlled by the plantocracy
and the ruling “white” class. The then
cricket board administration saw the
emergence of this unionized body
of cricketers as an attempt to whit-
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“ Players around the wo
successful careers in a
changing. It is our role
interests are protected
part of guiding the dire
- Graeme Smith, FICA Independ

Federation of International Cricketers’ Association


The Federation of International Cricketers Associations (FICA) is the global play-
ers’ representative body in cricket. FICA was established in 1998 to co-ordinate
the activities of all national players’ associations which protect the interests of
professional cricketers throughout the world. It brings together the world’s crick-
eters, regardless of nationality, religion, political persuasion or race, under an
international body focused on matters of general interest to the game and its
players. FICA has continued to evolve as the collective voice of players globally.
FICA’s stated aim is to be recognized and respected as the global representative
federation of all professional cricketers, past and present around the world.

FICA Principles
All FICA activities are informed by its Guiding Principles, which was adopted in
2015 and include:

1. Representation and Voice


2. Integrity
3. Employment Rights
4. Welfare, Education and Career Transition
5. International Cricket Structure
6. Good Governance

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orld are trying to build
a game that is rapidly

to ensure that players’
d and that players are
ection of the game.
dent Board Member

FICA Services
FICA continues to work at bringing value to players and its member players’
associations, whilst engaging effectively on behalf of players at the top level of
the game. FICA has continued to provide its core services to players and mem-
ber players’ associations, including:

1. Advocating for players globally on structure of cricket issues, employ-


ment rights and contract security, integrity, doping and anti-corruption is-
sues, player health and safety
2. Presenting player views to ICC CEO and Cricket Committee’s, Member
Boards and MCC
3. Negotiation of ICC Player Terms and Prize Money (41% increase) for ICC
events 2015-2023
4. Domestic T20 advice to players and players’ associations regarding events
and approved/disapproved cricket
5. Player contract dispute resolution including success in player contract
claims against the ICL in India
6. Negotiation of ICC codes and regulations which affect players, including
code of conduct
7. Collective player contract negotiation including Caribbean Premier
League and Pakistan Super League
8. Event and tour security reviews for ICC events and bilateral tours
9. Players’ association best practice

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International Cricket Structure

FICA released its International Cricket Structural Review in 2016, and has been
involved, on behalf of players, in discussions with the ICC and Member Boards
during the review of the structure of international cricket. FICA has presented
player views on this to ICC management, Member Board CEO’s and the MCC
Cricket Committee. International cricket is vital to the entire global cricket
economy, and to all professional players. FICA continues to urge the ICC to
deliver a clear and compelling future for International cricket, which includes
meaningful change to competition structures.

FICA is supportive of improving, balancing and adding context to all three for-
mats of international cricket, allowing it to survive and thrive. FICA is advocat-
ing for:

1. Global thinking: for the good of the global game;


2. Balancing the three formats better and working together with domestic
T20: introducing windows for T20 leagues, or other workable solution;
3. International cricket should be “best v best”: players should not be
forced to choose between club and country, and scheduling between for-
mats should generally not conflict;
4. All International cricket needs context and it needs to be competitive:
new, competitions with context, based on merit;
5. Providing clarity in the calendar and fair protections for players: in reg-
ulations/contract structures;

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6. Retaining talent in international cricket by redistributing money more
equitably to help close player wage gaps between domestic T20 and in-
ternational cricket: this does not mean players from top earning countries
should be paid less. Players in all countries should be paid fairly;
7. Clear pathways for associate countries, based on merit

FICA Structure
President – Vikram Solanki
Executive Chairman – Tony Irish
Chief Operating Officer – Tom Moffat
FICA Board
Australian Cricketers’ Association – Alistair Nicholson
New Zealand Cricket Players’ Association – Heath Mills
Professional Cricketers’ Association (UK) – David Leatherdale
South African Cricketers’ Association – Tony Irish
West Indies Players’ Association – Wavell Hinds
Cricketers Welfare Association of Bangladesh – Debabrata Paul
Sri Lankan Cricketers’ Association – Ken De Alwis
Independent – Lisa Sthalekar
Independent – Graeme Smith

@FICA_Players www.fica.com

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The programme that peninsula of Trinidad.
has been described as What has made this
a “Wind of Change” by programme unique
many in the south west from any other pro-
peninsula of Trinidad gramme of its kind is
entered its ninth year in that fact that life skills
2016/2017 with enor- and core values are be-
mous expectations ing taught using the
from management, sport of cricket.
coaches, students and While the basic skills,
the programme’s spon- techniques and rudi-
sor, Atlantic, as the ments of the game
new year promised to continue to be taught,
be an exciting one. The coaches also utilize
WIPA in the Communi- every opportunity to
ty Programme (WIC) teach valuable life skills
is a cricket programme
where the sport of
cricket is introduced
and taught to children
from both the Primary
and Secondary Schools
in south Trinidad.

The programme boasts


of over 2200 students
from 24 schools across
the south western
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and core values that to set us apart from any
are essential in the other cricketing pro-
lives of the students gramme.
as they transition from The WIC programme
their schools into the had some success in
community. Life skills the cricketing arena
and core values such in 2017 as we had 7
as honesty, discipline, boys from the WIC pro-
punctuality, persever- gramme selected in the
ance, commitment South West Under 17
and dedication are all Cricket Team, 10 boys
taught using the sport selected in the South
of cricket. This has West Under 19 Cricket
become the defining Team and 7 girls select-
factor of the WIC pro- ed on the South West
gramme and continues Girls Cricket Team.

The WIPA festival game


continued to be a high-
light of the programme
as residents in the com-
munity relished the
opportunity to come
out and look at their fa-
vourite cricketers. The
WIPA Festival Game
featured a WIPA Crick-
et team comprising na-
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tional and international
players playing against
a Point Fortin Borough
Cricket Team. Featured
on the WIPA team were
national players; Rayad
Emrit, Imran Khan, Ro-
shan Primus and Ste-
ven Katwaroo. We also
had West Indies under
19 player Jyd Goolie
along with several for-
mer national cricket-
ers. Spectators came
out in their numbers
just to catch a glimpse
of some of their favou-
rite cricketers.

The WIC programme


continues to grow and
flourish and promises
to be one that will not
only make a meaning-
ful impact in the lives
of the students but
also positively impact
the surrounding com-
munities.
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2017 Social Media Summary
WIPA continues to believe in the power of social media and has gained from
the many benefits it affords. Through the power of sharing and interaction, the
association continues to build and engage the community of cricket lovers that
support West Indies cricket.

In 2017, WIPA increased social media content generation and audience en-
gagement over the previous year, with a continued focus to promote the as-
sociation’s initiatives and membership, resulting in explosive audience growth.
The promotion and celebration of our members has been key, which was mo-
tivating for many and has urged in others the desire for excellence. Through
WIPA’s social media, the public has also become more familiar with our mem-
bers’ names and faces and have become avid followers of their performances

Twitter
Facebook

Instagram

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as well as their out of cricket engagements. Further, more individuals are more
knowledgeable of WIPA’s varied initiatives and engagements, as the social me-
dia campaign has brought into sharper focus the association’s role in support-
ing players and contributing to the sustainable development of West Indies
cricket.

Platforms

Twitter - @wiplayers
Instagram - @wiplayers

Facebook - @westindiesplayers || West Indies Players’ Association


Youtube - West Indies Players’ Association - WIPA

Google Plus - West Indies Players’ Association - WIPA

Coverage
• WI v Zimbabwe Series
• WI v England Series
• WI v Afghanistan Series
• WI v Pakistan Series
• WI v India Series
• WI v England Series
• WI v New Zealand Series
• WI U19 v Zimbabwe & South Africa
• WI Regional U19 Tournament
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Coverage cont’d
• WI A vs Sri Lanka A Series
• WI Women vs Sri Lanka Women Series
• WI Women’s Super 50 Tournament
• Sabina Park’s 50th Test Celebration

Interviews:
Maurice Foster Stafanie Taylor
Nehemiah Perry David Bernard Jr.
Lyndel Wright Charles Joseph
Wayne Lewis Wavell Hinds

• Regional 4-Day Tournament (2016/17 & 2017/18)


• WI Regional Super50 Competition
• Caribbean Premiere League (#CPL17)
• ICC Women’s World Cup (#WWC17)
• WIPA’s Player Development Workshops
• 5th Annual CWI/WIPA Players’ Awards
• West Indies Retired Players’ Foundation (WIRPF) T20 Match
• JADCO Symposium
• FICA’s AGM & Global Player Welfare Manager Conference
• WIPA in the Community Atlantic Cricket Camp
• Ground-breaking Ceremony for the Stafanie Taylor Oval
• Fathers’ Day Special Feature
• WIPA in The Community Point Fortin Borough Festival
• WIPA in the Community Coaches Workshop and Camp

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Members Featured

• Devon Smith (WIV) • Yannick Ottley (TT)


• Veerasammy Permaul (GUY) • Raymon Reifer (GUY)
• Kyle Mayers (WIV) • Jason Mohammed (TT)
• Jahmar Hamilton (LIH) • Rovman Powell (JA)
• Andre McCarthy (JA) • Sunil Ambris (WIV)
• Jon Russ Jaggesar (TT) • Shimron Hetmyer (GUY)
• Ryan Wiggins (BAR) • Anisa Mohammed (TT)
• David Bernard Jr. (JA) • Afy Fletcher (Grenada)
• Leon Johnson (GUY) • Hayley Matthews (BAR)
• Damion Jacobs (JA) • Merissa Aguilleira (TT)
• Kavem Hodge (WIV) • Reniece Boyce (TT)
• Chadwick Walton (JA) • Shakera Selman (BAR)
• Devendra Bishoo (GUY) • Stafanie Taylor (JA)
• Devon Thomas (JA) • Kyshona Knight (BAR)
• Rajendra Chandrika (GUY) • Akeira Peters (Grenada)
• Steven Katwaroo (TT) • Shanel Daley (JA)
• Ronsford Beaton (GUY) • Shamilia Connell (BAR)
• Kesrick Williams (WIV) • Chedean Nation (JA)
• Andrew Richardson (JA) • Felicia Walters (TT)
• Delorn Johnson (WIV) • Kycia Knight (BAR)

Audience Growth

Twitter - 41%

Instagram - 128%

Facebook - 622%
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THE 5th ANNUAL WICB/WIPA
PLAYERS’ AWARDS
7/7/17 – Seven is said to be the Indies, Dave Cameron, and CEO of
number of perfection, and the 5th Cricket West Indies (CWI), Johnny
Annual CWI/WIPA Players’ Awards Grave, all applauded the dedication,
was pretty close to just that. The commitment and sacrifices of the
Jamaica Pegasus Hotel’s Negril Mon- players and assured them it did not
tego Suite housed a thrilling celebra- go unnoticed. Hinds highlighted play-
tion of West Indies cricketers. The ers who he thought showed signs of
décor, the guests, the ambiance and promise and hope for the future. He
the production all came together in also mentioned the negotiations and
a beautiful display of the partnership efforts being made to ensure that the
in an effort to celebrate West Indies best players take the field, highlight-
cricket. The clear stand out among ing the importance of working to-
awardees were Roston Chase and gether to adapt to the new cricketing
Stafanie Taylor who both copped the landscape. Cameron echoed these
two top awards, Windies Cricketer of sentiments while speaking of the re-
the Year and Windies Women Crick- newed partnership between CWI and
eter of the Year. WIPA which begun in 2014 to ensure
a fair share for all players. Keynote
President and CEO of the West Indies speaker and NFL reporter, Steve Wy-
Players’ Association (WIPA), Wave- che, also spoke to the importance of
ll Hinds, President of Cricket West maintaining equity.
His message to administrators was

“ Competition is the greatest motivator in sports;


If everyone believes they will get a fair shot,
then everyone will compete at a higher level.
- Steve Wyche, NFL reporter

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to “keep finding and developing tal- ment “If you look in the rear-view
ent to push those on your roster and mirror too long, you won’t see what’s
maintain a culture where nothing in front of you,” was met with a rous-
short of great effort will be accept- ing applause from the audience.
ed.”
Congratulations to Roston Chase,
Guest artiste Omari Banks, former Stafanie Taylor and all the other
Windies cricketer from Anguilla, awardees, in addition to the organiz-
turned professional musician, per- ers of the event from Cricket West
formed a fitting rendition of his hit Indies and the West Indies Players’
“Move On” that tied perfectly into Association. A warm thank you to
Wyche’s urge to focus far less on the the guests, including the Indian
history of West Indies cricket and team, former Windies cricketers and
“the way we’ve always done it” and those in attendance from the present
more on the future. Wyche’s state- Windies squad.

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C W I

A N N U

P LAYERS’ AWA R

Player of the Year

Roston Chase

Test Player of the Year

Roston Chase

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U A L

RDS CER E MO NY

ODI Player of the Year

Jason Holder

T20 Player of the Year

Andre Russell

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C W I

A N N U

P LAYERS’ AWA R

Emerging Player of the Year

Roston Chase

Women’s T20
Player of the Year

Stafanie Taylor

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U A L

RDS CER E MO NY

Women’s ODI
Player of the Year

Stafanie Taylor

Windies Women’s Player


of the Year

Stafanie Taylor

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C W I

A N N U

P LAYERS’ AWA R

Regional Team of the Year

Guyana

Under-19 Team of the Year

Guyana

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U A L

RDS CER E MO NY

Regional Four Day


Player of the Year

Roston Chase

Regional 50-Over
Player of the Year

Ashley Nurse

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C W I

A N N U

P LAYERS’ AWA R

Caribbean T20
Player of the Year

Dwayne Bravo

Under-19 Player of the Year

Joshua Bishop

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U A L

RDS CER E MO NY

Atlantic/WIPA in the
Community Awardee

Kameah Cooper

CWI/WIPA Outstanding
Foundation Awardee

The Chris Gayle


Foundation

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C W I

A N N U

P LAYERS’ AWA R

CWI Lifetime Achievement Award

Cleveland Davidson
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U A L

RDS CER E MO NY

WIPA Lifetime Achievement Award

Walter St. John


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The West Indies Retired Players’
Foundation T20 Match
top scored for the winning team with
29 runs, while Mervyn Dillon from
the Adam’s XI made a thrilling 42 and
took 2 wickets. Dillon seemed to be
making up for the last time he was at
Kensington Park when he was struck
by lightening; memories he shared
on the team bus on the way over to
the match with great animation and
much laughter.

The West Indies Retired Players’ Banks, who entertained a pret-


Foundation (WIRPF) T20 Match at ty crowded Kensington Park with
Kensington Park on Saturday, July 8 two smooth renditions, was just
was an event big on value. Twenty as smooth with the bat, making a
three former players including former cheeky 20+ runs and taking 2 wick-
West Indies captain Jimmy Adams, ets, including that of good friend
and fast bowlers, Mervyn Dillon, Pe- Wavell Hinds, a proud moment for
dro Collin and Franklyn Rose, rolled Banks.
back the years, sharing a dressing
room and once again taking the field Guests, including cricketers who
together. The match, a joint venture played a curtain-raiser master’s T20
of CWI and WIPA saw Campbell’s XI, match, members of the Rollington
110-7 (17), beating the Adam’s XI, Town community and Indian frater-
109 (17.4), by 3 wickets, after Ad- nity, staff from CWI and WIPA, and
ams won the toss and decided to bat. cricket lovers from across the island,
Wavell Hinds and Franklyn Rose both were treated to an opportunity to
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mingle with the former West Indies Adams XI:
cricketers, some sharing a drink and James Adams, Nixon Mclean, Mervyn
liming with them after the match. Dillon, Courtney Browne, Travis Dow-
lin, Floyd Reifer, Roland Holder, Oneil
Thanks once again to all twen- Cruickshank, Wayne Lewis, Omari
ty-three former players who made Banks, Keith Hibbert.
the event possible. The West Indies
Players’ Association looks forward to Campbell XI:
continuing to support former crick- Sherwin Campbell, Franklyn Rose,
eters and creating an environment Pedro Collins, Junior Murray, Rawl
that provides benefits for all players, Lewis, Cleveland Davidson, Wavell
past and present. See you at the next Hinds, Andrew Richardson, Matthew
event! Sinclair, Nehemiah Perry, Delroy Mor-
gan, (Patterson Thompson).

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Champions of 2017
Super 50 Champions
Barbados Pride

PCL 2017 Champions


Guyana Jaguars

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CPL T20 2017 Champions
Trinbago Knight Riders

CWI Under19 Champions


Guyana

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Player Development Workshops
The West Indies Players’ Association’s Player Development Program (PDP) is
aimed at adequately preparing cricketers both on and off the field. Since the
inception of the PDP, WIPA has sought to provide a personalized support ser-
vice, which caters to the holistic needs of our members in the region, ensur-
ing they are well aware of, and prepared for, happenings on and off the field,
during and after cricket.

The Player Development Workshops provide guidance to players on a number


of topics including: WIPA, Media and Public Relations, Anti-Doping and Health,
Anti-Corruption, and Education. These workshops are typically conducted
during regional tournaments, and usually last for approximately an hour.

Since 2016 WIPA has conducted eight (8) workshops with regional and West
Indies players in Trinidad and Tobago and Jamaica. These workshops were con-
ducted before and during the Regional 4-day Tournament in Jamaica and in St
Vincent with the West Indies Women Team. Over 180 players, coaching and
management staff attended the workshops.

Women’s Workshop

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Barbados Workshop

GuyanaWorkshop Guyana Workshop

Jamaica Workshop Windies WomenWorkshop

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Anti-Doping
Doping in sport remains a serious issue. Athletes, who dope, put their health
at risk, and threaten the integrity of clean athletes and the reputation of sport.
Doping is the use of artificial enhancements and methods to gain an advantage
over others in competition. It is cheating and is fundamentally contrary to the
spirit of sport. Doping damages competition for clean athletes who play by the
rules.

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) coordinates and monitors the fight
against drugs in sports. Its key activities include scientific research, educa-
tion, development of anti-doping capacities, and monitoring of the World Anti
-Doping Code (Code) – the document harmonizing anti-doping policies in all
sports and all countries.

WIPA, ICC, CWI Role in Anti-Doping


The ICC Anti-Doping Code, compliant with the WADA Code, ensures cricket
plays its part in the global fight against drugs in sport. Through the adoption
and implementation of the ICC Anti-Doping Code, ICC continues in its efforts
to:

(a) Maintain the integrity of the sport of cricket.


(b) Protect the health and rights of all participants in the sport of cricket.
(c) Keep the sport of cricket free from doping.

WIPA has conducted several Anti-Doping workshops with the regional teams
in order to educate them on the Anti-Doping rules and violations and the sanc-
tions they might face if caught doping. Anti-Doping material which contain
vital information on doping are handed out to the respective players during
the workshops.
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Memories
of 2017 Anisa Mohammed

Assad Fudadin

Afy Fletcher and Merissa Aguilleir


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Ashley Nurse bowling

ra
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Memories
of 2017 Batting practice Shimron H

Ashley Nurse drives

Awards Attendees
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Brandon King cuts

Hetmyer

Chedean Nation

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Memories
of 2017

Windies Cricketers Miguel Cummins


and Roston Chase chatting with former
Windies Cricketer Pedro Collins

Shanel Daley

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Windies Women warmup

Young Windies Fans

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Memories
of 2017 Vishaul Singh

Jason Mohammed

Merissa Aguilleira
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Devendra Bishoo in training

Devon Thomas

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Memories
of 2017

Rovman Powell and Jason Mohammed

Imran Khan
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Merissa Aguilleira completes a
successful runout

Windies training

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Memories
of 2017 Ronsford Beaton

Raymon Reifer

Windies at Lords
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Shimron Hetmyer

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Memories Windies Cricketers Rov
Powell, Sunil Ambris, Cha
of 2017 Walton and Kesrick Wil

Kesrick Wiliams

Kenroy Peters bowls


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vman Fabian Allen
adwick
lliams

Former Windies Cricketer Omari


Banks serenades the crowd at the
Annual Awards

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Memories
of 2017

Rajindra Chandrika strokes a


boundary

Rovman Powell

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Stafanie Taylor leads her team off
the the field after series win

Shakera Selman

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Memories
of 2017 Damion Jacobs

Gavin Tonge bowls

Ashley Nurse
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Ashley Nurse celebrates

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Memories
of 2017 Devendra Bishoo field

Derval Green makes his way


out to bat

Awards Guests
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Devon Smith runs
between the wickets

ding

Devendra Bishoo

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Memories
of 2017

Stafanie Taylor

Chadwick Walton during


practice session
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Windies Women celebrates

Jonathan Carter fielding

ga

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Memories
of 2017 Jason Mohammed, Kesrick W

Chadwick Walton gathers


a leg-side boundary

Sunil Ambris training

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Windies training huddle

Williams

Kyshona Knight and


Merissa Aguilleira

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Memories
of 2017

Hayley Matthews

Rayad Emrit

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Windies Women ODI team

Sunil Ambris

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Memories
of 2017 Stafanie Taylor 100th O

Jason Mohammed celebrates

Windies training
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Keynote Speaker:
NFL Analyst - Steve Wyche

ODI

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Memories
of 2017 Windies Cricketers Kyle
and Ashley Nurse

Gudakesh Motie

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Windies Huddle
Hope

Vishaul Singh

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Memories
of 2017 Rovman Powell fielding p

Windies Celebrate

Raymon Reifer
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Jon-Russ Jagesssar

practice

Kyshona Knight

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Memories
of 2017 Shane Shillingford

Keon Joseph and


Veerasammy Permaul

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Keddy Lesporis

Jyd Goolie cuts for four watched


by wkpr Jahmar Hamilton

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Memories
of 2017 Raymon Reifer bowling pr

Jason Mohammed

Tyrone Thoephile flicks

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Getting ready to take the field

ractice

Windies take field

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Memories
of 2017 Windies helmets

Jonathan Carter

Edgbaston Cricket Ground


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Keon Joseph

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