|Full name:||Vishal Arjune|
|Born:||24 Oct 1981, Unity Village, East Coast Demerara, Guyana|
|Fieldling:||Right-arm off-break, wicketkeeper|
|Relations:||Brother: Krishna Arjune|
|Teams:||Demerara U19 (LO: 2000); Demerara (2in: 2001-2002); West Indies U19 (Test: 2001); West Indies U19 (ODI: 2001); West Indies B (FC: 2002); All teams|
|Lists of matches and more detailed statistics|
Vishal Arjune made his debut for Demerara in the 2000 inter-county 50-overs competition, as a middle-order batsman and off-spinner. With little success but lots of promise, he was then selected for the West Indies Development XI to play in the 2000 regional Under-19 competition, played in Guyana. He scored a fifty and took 11 wickets in 5 matches, including 6 for 36 in one innings.
Selected for the West Indies Under-19 team to tour England in 2001, Vishal kept wicket in the first Test and made a fifty in the 2nd, against an England attack that included James Anderson. He represented Demerara again in 2001 and 2002 and made his first class debut for West Indies B in the 2002 Busta Cup.
Vishal and his brother Krishna played on the same team once for Demerara and twice for West Indies B.
|West Indies U-19||Y Test||3||6||0||142||79||23.66||0||1||63.39||1|
|West Indies U-19||Y ODI||2||2||0||2||1||1.00||0||0||22.22||1|
|West Indies U-19||Y Test||144||4||53||1||1/9||53.00||0||0||144.0||2.20|