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The Clive Lloyd Trophy is a cricket trophy that is awarded to the winner of Test series between West Indies and Zimbabwe.[1] The Trophy was first contested in a two-Test series in Zimbabwe in 2001, though the two sides did play one series before the naming of the Trophy during the 1999/2000 season, another two-Test series the West Indies won 2-0.[2] West Indies won the 2017-18 season Test series 1-0.[3]

Clive Lloyd Trophy
CountriesWest Indies and Zimbabwe
AdministratorCricket West Indies and Zimbabwe Cricket
FormatTest cricket
First edition2001
Latest edition2017
Tournament formatTest Series
Number of teams2
( West Indies &  Zimbabwe)
Current trophy holder West Indies
Most successful West Indies (4 titles)

List of Test seriesEdit

Season Host First Match Tests West Indies Zimbabwe Drawn Result Holder Player of the series
2001   Zimbabwe June 2001
2
1
0
1
West Indies   West Indies   Chris Gayle
2003-04   Zimbabwe November 2003
2
1
0
1
West Indies   West Indies   Chris Gayle
2012   West Indies March 2013
2
2
0
0
West Indies   West Indies   Shane Shillingford
2017-18   Zimbabwe October 2017
2
1
0
1
West Indies   West Indies   Devendra Bishoo

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Derrick Nicholas. Test trophy to be named after Clive Lloyd. ESPNcricinfo.
  2. ^ Result - West Indies 2-0 (2). ESPNcricinfo.
  3. ^ "Cremer, Chakabva script Zimbabwe's great escape". ESPN Cricinfo. Retrieved 2 November 2017.

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