Anil Beharry

Anil Beharry was a tidy left-arm orthodox spinner and big-hitting left-handed batsman for Berbice in Limited Overs cricket, from 1995 to 1997. He was invited to the national trials for the regional List A competition in 1996.

Clement Neblett

Clement Neblett, the third of five male siblings, was a tall all-rounder and an integral part of the Guyana Police team that won four straight Case Cup first division titles from 1971 to 1974.

Ave Mogan

Female all-rounder Ave Mogan was a member of the All Stars Women's Cricket Club in Georgetown, Guyana, in the late 1970's, when she was in her early teens.

A stylish batsman and wily spinner, she repesented Guyana in the Caribbean Women's Cricket Competition in 1977. She was subsequently selected to join the Caribbean Women's Cricket Team on a tour of India but funds were not available.

Carlyle Miller

Carlyle Miller was a fast bowler with a very smooth bowling action. His rather modest first class career for Guyana was cut short at an early age when he migrated to the USA. He later represented his adopted country for several years, as an all-rounder.

Jeetendra Sookdeo

Jeetendra Sookdeo, an elegant left-handed batsman, made his debut for Guyana in the 2005 CLICO West Indies Under-15 Tournament, in Trinidad & Tobago. He represented Guyana at the Under-19 level in 2008 in Barbados, and in 2009 in Jamaica, scoring a total of four half-centuries.

In 2013 Jeetendra represented the President's XI in the 2012 Inter-county championship.

Mark Hamilton

In 2013 inter-county competition, left-arm spinner Mark Hamilton represented Demerara at the Under-17 level and the President's XI at the Under-19 level. He took 6 for 47 for President's XI in the Demerara first innings and 4 for 31 against Essequibo in the one-day segment of the Under-19 competition.

Joel Seetaram

Joel Seetaram represented the Berbice Under-15 team as a left-arm spinner in April 2013, with considerable success. He took 4 for 15 and 3 for 0 against Essequibo at Enmore in the inter-county competition in April 2013.


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