Monday, 13 March 2017 19:01

Sir Frank Worrell Lecture Series Concluded

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The Sir Frank Worrell Lecture Series concluded over the weekend with a lecture at the Central Bank Auditorium and Dinner at the Oval.

While Sir Trevor McDonald delivered the prestigious Sir Frank Worrell Memorial Lecture on Friday night, Paul Keens Douglas was the feature speaker at the dinner and expressed his gratitude to being given the opportunity to speak at such a special event.

The master story teller added that a vision must be had before growth happens - something he believes Sir Frank possessed in abundance, despite being on this earth for just 42 years.

The only surviving member of the famed 3 Ws, Sir Everton Weekes, was on hand to pay homage to his best friend.

Sir Everton was awarded the Sir Frank Worrell Nobel Award for his contribution to West Indies cricket.

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