Sen Gopaul

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.

Madan Gopaul

Madan Gopaul was a reliable opening batsman for Berbice and the Guyana East Indians in the Kawall Cup for many years in the 1940's and 1950's.

In the 1956 Kawall Cup final, in early November between Guyana Indians and Trinidad Indians at Bourda, Madan Gopal scored a patient 111 not out to help the Guyana Indians to reach 343 for 2 by the close of the first day's play.

Wilfred Edun

"Sonny", as he was known to everyone, attended Bourda Roman Catholic Primary School where he participated in soccer, boxing and cricket. From there he went to Modern High School, during which time he represented Bookers Sports Club in cricket. He later played for Everest Cricket Club for almost sixteen years, and was club captain for some time.

Indo-Guyanese Cricket Pioneer

John Veerasawmy was a left-arm medium pacer who was the first East Indian to represent Guyana in first class cricket. He was born on 12 May 1891, in Georgetown, Guyana and died on 12 Apr 1947, in Guyana.

Johnny Teekasingh

Johnny Teekasingh, known as "Uncle Jannie" in his later years, was a crafty leg-spinner with good control, who spun the ball tremendously and was not afraid to give it lots of air at times. He was also a useful lower-order batsman. Very popular in Berbice first division cricket, spectators at Davson Cup matches would often demand that "Jannie" be brought on to bowl as soon as the new ball bowlers seemed unlikely to get wickets.

Eion Katchay

Eion Katchay made his debut as a pace bowler for the Guyana Under-19 team in the 1996 Regional Nortel Youth Tournament, in Jamaica. He represented Guyana again in the 1997 Regional Nortel Youth Tournament, in Guyana, taking 6 for 22 and 6 for 55 against the Leewards, at Everest in his final youth match for Guyana.


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