Ivor Mendonca

Full name: Ivor Leon Mendonca
Born: 13 Jul 1934, Bartica, Essequibo, Guyana
Batting: Right-hand batsman
Fielding: Wicket-keeper
Teams: Guyana (FC: 1959-1961); West Indies (Test: 1962); All teams
Club: Demerara Cricket Club, Georgetown
Lists of matches and more detailed statistics

Ivor Mendonca was a brilliant wicketkeeper and competent batsman for Guyana and the West Indies in the early 1960s. His two Test appearances came when Jackie Hendriks was injured, in the second and fourth Tests against India in 1962. On his debut, at Kingston, he scored 78 and took four catches and a stumping. In his other Test he again made five dismissals, but Deryck Murray was preferred for the 1963 England tour after Hendriks retired.

Ivor Mendonca is the oldest of ten brothers and sisters, and the uncle of Clive Mendonca, a professional football player in England.

Batting and Fielding
Team Format M I NO Runs HS Ave 100 50 Ct St
Guyana FC 8 14 3 326 74 29.63 0 2 17 3
All FC 10 16 3 407 78 31.30 0 3 25 5
West Indies Test 2 2 0 81 78 40.50 0 1 8 2