Lost to New Zealand by 8 wickets
Lost to South Africa by 76 runs
Beat Kenya by 222 runs
Beat Ireland by 4 wickets
Beat Canada by 187 runs
Lost to Sri Lanka by 3 wickets
The standout performer was unquestionably the left-handed batsman Alick Athanaze (more on him later) but opening batsman Keagan Simmons also impressed, carrying his bat for 92* in West Indies' opening match against New Zealand before smashing 166 from 137 balls in their victory over Canada. The 17-year-old all-rounder Nyeem Young also caught the eye with his aggressive batting from the middle-order; his unbeaten 55 from 33 deliveries rescued West Indies against Ireland when they appeared to be heading for a shock defeat.
Bhaskar Yadram was the pick of their bowlers, collecting 11 wickets at an average of 18.36, including a five-for against Kenya. With the 18-year-old also scoring useful runs at the top of the order, he looks a real find.