|Full name:||Abdul Fazil Sattaur (also known as Fazil Samad)|
|Born:||06 Apr 1965, Albion, Berbice, Guyana|
|Teams:||Guyana U19 (2in: 1983-1984); Berbice (FC: 1984-1989); Guyana (FC: 1986-1990); Guyana (ListA: 1988-1994); Canada (ListA: 2002-2003); Canada (ODI: 2003); All teams|
|Relation:||AM Samad (brother)|
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Fazil Sattaur made his debut for the Guyana youth team in the 1983 Neal and Massey regional Under-19 competition, in Jamaica. He scored a half century in his second that year. He played for the Guyana youth team again in the 1984 Northern Telecom regional Under-19 competition, in Barbados, hitting a century in the first match of the series.
In 1984 he made his first class debut, for Berbice against Demerara at Albion, and in 1986 he made his first class debut for the senior Guyana team, against the Leewards, at Bourda. His List A debut for Guyana followed, in 1988, against Trinidad & Tobago, at Hampton Court. After a series of unspectacular performances, his Guyana career took a hiatus in 1990, but was briefly revived in 1994, before coming to an end.
He migrated to Canada, where he was successful for B4U in Toronto & District Cricket Association competitions, and acquired the nickname 'Terminator'. He represented Canada in List A competition from 2002, and then in the ICC World Cup competition in 2003.In 2009 he played for Chiefs in the TJT National Cricket League, a 20-over-a-side competition in the Toronto area.