Darren Sammy wins St. Lucia’s Senior Male Cricketer of 2011 award

West Indies captain Darren Sammy has been named St. Lucia’s Senior Male Cricketer of 2011.

Sammy played 10 Test matches and took 30 wickets at 29 runs per wicket. He took 18 catches, the most in Test cricket in 2011.

He also made 325 runs including his maiden Test century against Bangladesh at Chittagong in October.

In Tests, West Indies won one series of two matches against Bangladesh in Bangladesh 1-0, drew 1-1 with Pakistan in the Caribbean in two matches, and lost twice to India.

West Indies were beaten 1-0 in three matches at home and 2-0 in another three-match series in India.

In ODIS, West Indies won ten matches and lost 17. Their only series success was 2-1 against Bangladesh.

West Indies won two Twenty20 matches, against Pakistan in St Lucia and against England at the Oval in London, and lost three.

The Female Cricketer of the Year award was won by national women’s vice-captain Swayline Williams.

Windward Islands Under-17 captain Larry Edward and Tara Louis captured the Junior Male and Female awards.

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