Sir Frank Worrell Bust

The Sir Frank Worrell Bust was unveiled on the Wednesday 27th February 2002 at the front of the Combermere School Hall. 

This Sir Frank Worrell Monument with the theme 'Emulate to Stimulate' was sculpted by Barbadian Arthur Edwards and Frances Ross of England.

It is one of the nine Busts of sports personalities who made significant contributions to Barbados, which are to be placed at the Schools they attended.

There is also a Sir Frank Worrell Pavillion at the Combermere School.

Sir Frank was a Batsman and Bowler and is one of the great 3Ws who dominated West Indies Cricket in the 1950s. (Sir Frank Worrell, Sir Clyde Walcott and Sir Everton Weekes)

Sir Frank Mortimer Magalinne Worrell - Nickname "Tae"
Knighted: 1964
Born: 1924
Died: 1967

He was Wisden Cricketer of the Year in 1951

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- 3Ws Oval & Cricket Ground
- Kensington Oval
- Cricket Monuments

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Located at Combermere Secondary School
Not far from the national stadium


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