Kenneth Wong, a competent wicketkeeper, made his debut for Guyana against the Windwards at Skeldon, in the Febrary 1993, in the regional first class competition. he made his List A debut against Jamaica, at Sabina Park, in January 1994. His uneventful career for Guyana was punctuated only by a single match for the West Indies Cricket Board President's XI, against England, in 1994 at Bourda.
After his cricket career for Guyana ended he moved to the US, but was back in Guyana in 2007. He resumed playing cricket for Malteenoes, before moving to Canada in 2009, where he represented Warriors in the TJT National Cricket League, a professional Twenty20 league in the Toronto area.