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Brooks with the Bat, Reifer with the Ball – Windies A in Driver’s...

12th July 2018 • TAUNTON, London – WINDIES A are in a good position against...

The West Indies Retired Players’ Foundation vs BCA Legends T20 Challenge

21st June 2018 • Live Stream: West Indies Retired Players' Foundation 20/20 Match – WIRPF vs BCA...

The 6th Annual CWI/WIPA Awards

19th June 2018 • Live Stream: The 6th Annual CWI / WIPA Players’ Awards Ceremony Cricket West Indies and West...

Munroe Looking to Emulate Ambrose and Walsh

19th June 2018 • Thirty-three-year-old Guyana fast bowler, Subrina Munroe, is in her 13thyear representing the...

Veteran Nero Still Going After 18 Years in The Game

13th June 2018 • Windward Islands veteran Juliana Nero began her cricketing career way back in the year 2000...

West Indies Players’ Association (WIPA)

12th August 2014 • The West Indies Players’ Association (WIPA) is the official player representative body for...

WIPA’s Player Development Programme

8th June 2017 • WIPA’s Player Development Programme (PDP) is a personalised support service that recognizes...

WIPA in the Community

9th June 2017 • WIPA in the Community (WIC) is a cricket development programme that currently operates in the...

WIPA TV

4th February 2018 • WIPA Interviews/Features         See WIPA’s YouTube Page for more...

The way I look at it, there are no holidays in cricket. I never stop training… rain or shine, I’m playing cricket.

• Devendra Bishoo •

My take on women’s cricket is that it has grown, but it can grow a bit more once we continue to support it.

• Tremayne Smartt •

We are professionals just like the men, and we want the game to grow even more so that young girls coming up will want to be a part of women’s cricket.

• Danielle Small •

WIPA has definitely made a tremendous impact when it comes to women’s cricket, they have made us more visible in the cricketing circles and I must applaud them for putting us on the map where West Indies cricket is concerned.

• Subrina Munroe •