3Ws Monument

The Three Ws Busts was unveiled on Thursday 6th November 2003 and was sculpted by Barbadian Arthur Edwards and Frances Ross from England, both of ALE Creations.

The 3Ws Monument which was erected in honour of three legendary Barbados and West Indies Cricketers for their contribution to cricket in Barbados, bears the Busts of the talented trio; Sir Frank Worrell, Sir Clyde Walcott and Sir Everton Weekes mounted on a giant 'W'. (Knighted 1964, 1994, 1995 respectively)

The great 3Ws were known for their domination of West Indies Cricket in the 1950s, Worrell a batsman & bowler, Walcott a batsman and Weekes a batsman.

Sir Clyde Walcott and Sir Everton Weekes were present at the unveiling. 

Sir Frank Mortimer Magalinne Worrell - Wisden Cricketer of the Year in 1951
Born: 1924
Died: 1967

Sir Clyde Leopold Walcott - Wisden Cricketer of the Year in 1958
Born: 1926
Died: 2006

Sir Everton DeCourcey Weekes
Born: 1925

Check Out:
- 3Ws Oval & Cricket Ground
- Kensington Oval 
- Cricket Monuments


Located at the Corner of Wanstead Drive and Cave Hill (AKA University Hill)
(next to traffic lights)
The Sir Frank Worrell Roundabout is located at bottom of hill.

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