PHOTO FLASHBACK: West Indies Cricket team returns to Jamaica
Beating England in England was some feat for the West Indies and until 1963, seemed like something best left to fable. Just as important, was the act that this West Indies team had transformed from the very white-looking representation that was its stock in trade. Now it was led by a black man in Sir Frank Worrell, and the names on the lips of people were names like, Gary Sobers, Charlie Griffiths, Alfred Valentine, and Lance Gibbs.
Published September 1963
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