West Indies Cricket books are a great way for fans to gain a better insight into the game and the mind set of some of the legendary players.
So whether you are a professional cricketer, an amateur or just a fan you’ll probably find these cricket books to be a fun and enlightening addition to your library.
Explore this section and you’ll find various West Indies Cricket books, which deal with the games history and players perspective...
In Action: Twenty Years of West Indies Cricket Photography By: Gordon Brooks
West Indies cricket has never before been represented and show cased as
it has been in this book, which will surely become a
Glory Days: 25 Great West Indian Cricketers By: Tony King & Peter Laurie
This book celebrates the stars of West Indies cricket. Batsmen like
Headley, Walcott, Weekes, Worrell, Sobers, Richards and Lara; and
bowlers like Hall, Gibbs, Roberts, Holding, Marshall, Ambrose and
History of West Indies Cricket By: Michael Manley
This book offers West Indian fans and all cricket enthusiast the
complete story of West Indies in Test and International cricket. This
comprehensive West Indies Cricket book runs from the first tour of England in 1906 and the
official Test matches in 1928, to the first test series won abroad in
1950, and through to 2000.
At the same time the author Michael Manley who serve as Prime Minister
of Jamaica from 1972-1980, recalls his own enthusiasm for the game,
kindleed at the age of ten when he watched George Headley make 270 not
out against the English tourist in 1934-5, and the devastating fast
bowling of Martindale and Constantine... read more about this fascinating cricket book!
Nation Imagine: 75 Years of Windies Test Cricket By: Professor Hillary Beckles
The publication of A Nation Imagined falls squarely within the West
Indies Cricket Board’s celebrations of 75 years of West
Indies’ entry into Test cricket.
Wisden: History of The Cricket World Cup By: Tony Cozier (Editor)
The West Indies hosted the ninth Cricket World Cup in April of 2007.
Each of the previous eight world cups were comprehensively cover by
Wisden. This book mixes original Wisden reports with new material
provided by some of the worlds leading cricket writers, to produce a
fantastic book The Wisden History of Cricket World Cup.
This book is edited by Tony Cozier the renowned and respected
West Indian cricket commentator and journalist. The foreword is by
Clive Lloyd the former West Indies captain and the first captain to
lift the cricket word cup in 1975 when West Indies won the inaugural tournament... read more about this fascinating cricket book!