Harper RA

Roger Andrew Harper - Demerara, Guyana and West Indies off-spinner and batsman.

Not Honoured At Home

ALL Too often sportsmen are dubbed ungrateful, unpatriotic and anti-national at some point of their careers when they display a preference for representing: another country, refusing to represent Guyana in the international sports arena or disregarding government policies as they relate to sports boycotts or contacts with South Africa.

The Man To Be Captain

STABROEK News Sports Desk presents the second in the three-part series by noted sports writer and commentator Ian McDonald on Roger Harper.

This instalment deals with Harper‘s involvement in League and County cricket in England as well as some aspects of his turbulent Test career.

Academy In Each Territory

FORMER West Indies off-spinner and current coach of the regional team, Roger Harper, said that each territory should have its own cricket academy. And in doing so, they will be able to produce more cricketers for the West Indies team.

Warriors Determined To Be Champs

The Warriors are heading into the 2014 tournament with renewed vigour and determination to win the title.

Mentore Declined GCA Nomination

In Stabroek Sport of January 29, 2010, under the caption ‘Harper elected president of GCA’ there was a gross inaccuracy in relation to the Georgetown Cricket Association elections held on Wednesday, January 27, 2010.

DCB Congratulates Harper

President of the Demerara Cricket Board (DCB) Bissoondyal Singh yesterday extended congratulations to the newly-elected president of the Georgetown Cricket Association (GCA) Roger Harper.

Harper Elected GCA President

Former West Indies and Guyana off-spinner Roger Harper was elected the new president of the Georgetown Cricket Association (GCA) on Wednesday evening at the GCA’s annual general meeting at the Georgetown Cricket Club main pavilion.

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