|Full name:||Sen Gopaul|
|Born:||18 Feb 1957, Albertown, Georgetown, Guyana|
|Died:||20 Feb 2008, Ontario, Canada|
|Bowling:||Leg-break and googly|
|Teams:||Demerara (FC: 1976-1979); Guyana U19 (2in: 1975-1976); Guyana (FC: 1977-1979); West Indies U19 (2in, Testy: 1976); All teams|
|Clubs:||Everest (Georgetown); Church & Oswaldtwistle (Lancashire, UK)|
|School:||Richard Ishmael Secondary (Georgetown)|
|Relatives:||Madan Gopaul (father); Rohan Kanhai (cousin); K Venkersammy (cousin)|
|Lists of matches and more detailed statistics|
Sen Gopaul was a right-arm leg-spinner and useful lower order batsman who made his debut for the Guyana Under-19 team in the 1975 Benson & Hedges Regional Youth competition, in Trinidad & Tobago. He also played in the final against Barbados, in Barbados.
He also represented Guyana in the 1976 Benson & Hedges Regional Youth competition, in Guyana, and in the final against Jamaica in Jamaica, taking 11 wickets in spectacular fashion to help Guyana to win the competition. This earned him a place in the single West Indies Youth Test against England that summer in Trinidad, where he took 6 wickets.
Gopaul made his first class debut for Demerara against Berbice, in the 1976 Jones Cup final. A few months later, in early 1977, he made his first class debut for Guyana against the Combined Islands, in Montserrat. He continued representing both Demerara and Guyana in first class matches until late 1979, after which he migrated with his family to Canada in 1980.
In 1979 Sen Gopaul was the club professional for Church & Oswaldtwistle Cricket Club in Lancashire, UK. He died in Canada in 2008, not long after the deaths of his father and younger brother Davy.
|West Indies U19||Testy||1||2||1||3||3*||3.00||0||0||0|
|West Indies U19||Testy||246||10||81||6||3-35||13.50||0||0||41.00||1.97|