Alvin "Aamir" Bacchus
|Full name:||Alvin "Aamir" Bacchus|
|Born:||13 Feb 1936, Affiance, Essequibo, Guyana|
|Teams:||Berbice (FC: 1960)|
|Club:||Mental Hospital (Berbice)|
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Alvin Bacchus was a dour opening batsman who played a single first class match for Berbice, against the touring MCC team in 1960. In his solitary inter-county final, against Demerara at Bourda in 1961, he was struck on the arm by Charlie Stayers and had to retire hurt. He quit the game shortly after.
Bacchus was employed as a dispenser at the New Amsterdam Hospital while playing for the Mental Hospital Cricket Club. He emigrated to the USA and settled down in the Albany area in New York, where he worked in a hospital again.