Cricket West Indies Masters Association (CWIMA) plans a very aggressive campaign to achieve its vision.
CWIMA has applied for special membership to CWI so that both bodies can work very closely together in accomplishing their joint objectives. CWIMA plans to host regional tournaments mainly in two formats , T25s and F45s. The T25s will be used as fund raisers and to encourage the retired players to re-enter the fold whilst the F45s will be held to prepare and motivate those players with an opportunity to participate in a World Cup event at the Over 50s and Over 60s levels.
CWIMA will assist in developing cricket structures throughout the Caribbean and promote regular regional competitions with their peers similar to the CWI mandate and structure. CWIMA plans to host and participate in bilateral, trilateral, quadrilateral, and other such series for their masters so that they can obtain the necessary exposure at the highest level. CWIMA plans to develop a fair and equitable system for our selection process so that everyone will be guaranteed that they have a fair shot at selection.
It is our strong objective to assist our parent body, CWI, to develop our fan base across the world and have concrete plans to work with our members in this regard.
Beyond a doubt, these activities will encourage our senior players to lead more active lifestyles which would ultimately redound to healthier and longer active lives. CWIMA intends to encourage our members to assist in the strengthening of the clubs’ structure across the region by volunteering to coach, umpire, score, referee matches, assist in selecting teams and serve as administrators in various positions in these Clubs and Associations.
None of these can be possible without access to adequate financial resources. The majority of our members are leaders in their respective industries and commerce and will play a huge role in assisting CWIMA to attract the necessary funds for the administration of the game now and in the future.