|Full name:||Ryan Rakesh Ramdass|
|Born:||03 July 1983, Ogle, East Coast Demerara, Guyana|
|Bowling:||Off-break bowler; Occasional wicket-keeper|
|Teams:||Demerara U19 (LO: 2000); Guyana U19 (2in: 2000-2001); Guyana U19 (LO: 2001); Demerara (LO: 2003); Demerara (2in: 2003-2005); Rest of Guyana (2in: 2009); West Indies B (FC: 2004); Guyana (FC: 2004-2005); Guyana (ListA: 2003, 2005); West Indies A (FC: 2005); West Indies (Test, ODI: 2005);|
|Club:||Everest Cricket Club (Georgetown)|
|Lists of matches and more detailed statistics|
At just 11 years of age Ryan Ramdass joined the Everest Cricket Club, where his father Roy Ramdass was already a member. Roy was a good wicket-keeper during the 80s, but was unable to earn a place in the Guyana team.
In 2004 Ryan made his first-class debut, representing West Indies B against Kenya. He made his first-class debut for Guyana the same year, in the semi-final against Barbados, scoring a half-century. In January 2005 he made a brilliant, career best 144*, to help Guyana score a rare victory over Barbados at the Kensington Oval.
In mid 2005 Ryan toured Sri Lanka with the West Indies A team and had several good scores. That year, a bitter player dispute with the West Indies Cricket Board over personal sponsorships caused several regular Test players to refuse to tour Sri Lanka. This led to young Ryan finding himself in the West Indies senior team touring Sri Lanka. A shoulder injury kept him out of the first Test, but he made his debut in the second. He also made his ODI debut later on this tour.
Ryan's Test and ODI debuts were inauspicious, having to face the likes of Chaminda Vaas and Muralitaran. He played only a single Test and ODI. Though he represented Guyana again later in 2005, he quickly disappeared from both regional and local cricket after that, amidst rumors of fitness problems. He reappeared in late 2008 and played in the Guyana inter-county tournaments in 2008 and 2009.
In 2011 Ryan started playing in the Elite League in Toronto, Canada, representing Islanders Sports Club. He continued representing Islanders in 2012. He has also played club cricket in Trinidad.
|Demerara U19||LO||1||1||0||0||0||0.00||0||0||0.00||0||25 Jun 2012|
|Guyana U19||2in||8||14||0||435||85||31.07||0||3||5||25 Jun 2012|
|Guyana U19||LO||3||3||0||72||28||24.00||0||0||0||25 Jun 2012|
|Demerara||LO||2||2||0||75||67||37.50||0||1||2||25 Jun 2012|
|Demerara||2in||6||8||0||113||32||14.13||0||0||3||25 Jun 2012|
|Rest||2in||3||3||0||80||53||26.66||0||1||0||25 Jun 2012|
|Guyana||FC||11||17||1||577||144*||36.06||3||2||5||25 Jun 2012|
|All||FC||21||36||2||1042||144*||30.64||3||4||10||25 Jun 2012|
|Guyana||ListA||9||9||0||169||62||18.77||0||1||8||25 Jun 2012|
|All||ListA||11||11||0||172||62||15.63||0||1||8||25 Jun 2012|
|West Indies||Test||1||2||0||26||23||13.00||0||0||50.98||2||25 Jun 2012|
|West Indies||ODI||1||1||0||1||1||1.00||0||0||11.11||0||25 Jun 2012|
|Rest of Guyana||2in||12||2||0||2||2/0||0.00||0||0||6.00||0.00||25 Jun 2012|
|West Indies B||FC||46||0||25||2||2/16||12.50||0||0||23.00||3.26||25 Jun 2012|