Opening batsmen:Sherwin Campbell, Stuart Williams.
Hooper, Brian Lara, Shivnarine Chanderpaul, Keith Arthurton, Roland Holder.
Fast bowlersCurtly Ambrose, Winston Benjamin, Anderson Cummins, Kenny
Benjamin, Courteney Walsh.
J C Adams
C E L Ambrose
K L T Arthurton
K C G Benjamin
W K M Benjamin
S L Campbell
A C Cummins
R I C Holder
B C Lara
J R Murray
C A Walsh
S C Williams
L - Leeward
T - Trinidad & Tobago
W- Windward Islands
age ofteam at time of first Test
February 1995) : 27 yrs2
ODIMember of the one-day series squad
Test Appearances made before the tour
Walsh 68,Ambrose 48,Arthurton 23,Lara 19,W Benjamin 16, Murray 15,Adams
12,K Benjamin 10, Chanderpaul 5,Cummins 5,Williams
4,Dhanraj 1,Campbell 0,Holder 0
David Holford (chairman),Andy
Roberts,Easton McMorrisand skipper Courtney Walsh.
Unavailable:Richie Richardson was under doctor's orders
to take a winter off. Desmond Haynes
was playing in South
After missing the Indian tour
because of an injured right shoulder, Curtly Ambrose was cleared by the Institute of Specialist
Surgeons at New York’s Cornel University. Winston Benjamin’s
suspension ended on 1 January 1995 and he was eligible again
Tour Party Announced :22 December
Not selected : Phil
Simmons and Cameron Cuffy were dropped from the team that toured India.
Withdrawal:Carl Hooper (detained in England with an illness picked up in India)
Time between selection and departure from West
(22 December to depart from WI)
West Indies arrived in Auckland on Wednesday 11 January 1995
scored 660 for 5 in the 2nd Test at Wellington,
including centuries from Lara, Adams and Murray (scoring 101 in 88 balls)
afterwards Walsh took 7-37 and 6-18 to give him his best bowling figures of
Other first-class matches
ϯ Minor matches
§ One-day internationals
Return to West Indies
14 February 1995.
The players arrived home at their
regional destinations on night of 17 February.
Time away from West Indiesx
(depart W Ind to 17 February)
After the New Zealand tripcoach Rohan Kanhai reported to the Board
that certain team members were not respecting his position and had verbally
abused him in public. The Board’s response was to take action against him
rather than deal with the players concerned, and he was replaced with Andy
Roberts as coach for the home series against Australia.
But there are two sides to every story.Relationships
with coach Rohan Kanhai had been breaking down. Already worn down by two
exhausting tours in quick succession, the players were unhappy with Kanhai’s
demands, finding his attempts to instill discipline in their training and
on-field performances beyond them. As coach he was unable to stiffen the
team’s resolve in the way he had been able to when captain.