It took just three days for the West Indies to overturn Zimbabwe in the first Test of the two match series.
After scoring a respectable 211 in their first innings, Zimbabwe crumbled to 107 all-out in the second – meaning the West Indies required just 12 runs to win.
The home side had taken a lead of 96 runs after batting to 307 in their first innings, so Zimbabwe had to put up a bit of a fight to ensure the match went the distance.
However, after being reduced to 41-3 before close of play on day two, the visitors then proceeded to lose wickets quickly on the morning of day three.
The two overnight batsmen, captain Brendan Taylor and night-watchman Raymond Price, both fell on 47 runs and before the batting side had reached 100 they had lost eight wickets.
Shane Shillingford was the pick of the bowlers for the West Indies, taking six wickets in the second innings to take his match figures to 9-107.
The Zimbabwean batting was woeful with only three of their players making double figures and Craig Ervine the only man to score more than 20. This was in stark contrast to their first innings when opener Tino Mawoyo reached his half-century.
In the end the West Indies had little to do to wrap the game up. Despite losing Kieran Powell early on the home side batted to their required 12 runs with Chris Gayle hitting the winning runs.
Both sides will now have an extra two days rest with the match finishing in under three days. The second and final Test of the series will start on 20 March in Dominica.