|Full name:||Vibert Charles Mortimore Johashen|
|Born:||17 Aug 1946, Georgetown, Guyana|
|Died:||17 Oct 2014, Georgetown, Guyana|
|Teams:||Berbice (FC: 1973-1978); Guyana (FC: 1977-1979); Guyana (ListA: 1978); All teams|
|Clubs:||Police (Georgetown); Transport (Georgetown); Mental Hospital (Berbice); Guymine (Berbice)|
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Berbice and Guyana fast-medium swing bowler Vibert Johashen made his first class for Berbice in 1973, first class debut for Guyana in 1977 and List A debut for Guyana in 1978.
Johashen opened the bowling for Berbice at different times with Keith Cameron and Leslaine Lambert. He was also a capable lower order batsman who supported the established batsmen on occasions.
Playing for Berbice in the Jones Cup final in 1977 at Bourda against Demerara, he took 2 for 73 in the first innings and 5 for 43 in the second, including the wickets of Stephen Camacho, Stephen Bamfield and Andrew Lyght to bowl Berbice to a memorable 161 runs victory and the Cup.
On his first class debut for Guyana, against Pakistan at Bourda, he took 4 for 84 in their first innings, including the wickets of Majid Khan, Mudassar Nazar and Wasim Raja.
Johashen played first division cricket for Georgetown Police before moving to Berbice, where he played for Mental Hospital and Guymine, where he worked. He later returned to Georgetown, where played second division cricket for Transport Sports Club until the late 1980's.
Although he was a “gentle giant” and a real gentleman off the field, he became a fierce competitor the minute he stepped onto a cricket field. He was ruthless against his opponents and very uncompromising with his team-mates, particularly if they misfielded or dropped catches off his bowling.