Sir Clyde Walcott on the West Indies' First Win at Lord's

In 1950, victory in a test match at Lord's made the West Indies a force in international cricket for the first time.

The win sparked wild celebrations among the newly-arrived West Indian immigrant community in England.

Tim Mansel talks to the late Sir Clyde Walcott, who scored a century in the game, and to West Indian cricket fans.

PHOTO: Sir Clyde Walcott (centre) and his West Indies team-mates. Getty Images

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