West Indies cruised to an innings and 65-run victory over Zimbabwe to clinch the second and final Test inside three days at Windsor Park on Friday.
Contrasting centuries by Shivnarine Chanderpaul and opener Chris Gayle tightened West Indies' grip over Zimbabwe on Day 2 of the second and final Test.
Spinner Shane Shillingford took five wickets to skittle Zimbabwe out for 175 on Day 1 of the second Test and West Indies reached 114/2 in reply at stumps.
The West Indies on Saturday named a 13-man squad for the second Test against Zimbabwe at Windsor Park, Dominica, from March 20 to March 24.
Shane Shillingford destroyed an inept Zimbabwe batting line-up as West Indies won by nine wickets to win the first Test inside three days on Thursday.
Zimbabwe reached 41/3 at close in their 2nd innings on Day 2 of first Test, trailing Windies by 55 runs, as they battled with the fiery pace of hosts' seamers.
Two wickets from Kyle Jarvis gave Zimbabwe a boost on a tough Day 1 of first Test saw them all out for 211 before restricting the West Indies to 18/2 at stumps.
Zimbabwe's stuttering return to Test cricket continues in Barbados on Tuesday when they start their first series in more than seven years against West Indies.
A bludgeoning knock from Kieron Pollard and career-best figures from Samuel Badree spearheaded Windies' 41-run win over Zimbabwe in the second T20.
Lendl Simmons' half-century and an unbroken 85-run partnership with Dwayne Bravo guided the WI to an eight-wicket win over Zimbabwe in first T20.