Babu Sankar

Babu Sankar, a versatile all-rounder from West Demerara, made his debut for the Guyana youth team in the 1973 Benson & Hedges Regional Youth tournament, in St Lucia. He took 4 wickets in the second innings of his first match, against the Combined Islands. In his next match he scored 66 against Barbados.

He played for the Guyana youth team again the following year, when the Benson & Hedges Regional Youth tournament was played in Guyana, taking 6 for 47 in the second innings against Trinidad & Tobago, at Skeldon.

Gopie Beasmonie

Gopie Beasmonie was an aggressive opening batsman who scored mainly behind the wicket, and a useful off-spin bowler. He was also the Guyana junior table tennis champion in 1970, when he made his debut for the Guyana Under-19 team in the British-American Tobacco Regional Youth tournament.

Elroy Stephney

Elroy Stephney, who represented Essequibo with some distinction from about 1999 to 2003, was a right-handed middle-order batsman and a right-arm orthodox off-spinner. He was captain for a part of this period.

After retiring from playing the game, Stephney became an administrator in Essequibo. He has always actively represented the interests of the county and its players. 

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.

Kevin Sinclair

In the 2014 Berbice Telenec Under-15 2-innings competition, Kevin Sinclair hit 100 and took 7 wickets for 4 runs against Rose Hall Community Centre, and then 110 not out and took 5 wickets for 27 runs against Tucber Park.

Garvin Nedd

Garvin Nedd made his debut for the Guyana Under-19 team in the 1992 Northern Telecom Youth Championship, played in Guyana. Nedd proved to be a very economical off-spinner throughout his career for Guyana.

Nedd has been the Demerara Cricket Club coach for a number of years. In November 2013, Nedd went to the USA as a guest of the Atlantis Cricket Club to "seek ways and means to develop DCC".

Andrew Clifford

Andrew Clifford represented the President's XI in the 2013 Inter-county Under-15 championship.

Darshan Persaud

Darshan Persaud represented the President's XI in the 2013 Inter-county Under-15 championship, before representing Guyana in the 2013 Regional Under-15 championship, in Jamaica.

Richie Luknauth

Richie Luknauth represented the President's XI with considerable success as a spinner, before representing Guyana in the 2013 Regional Under-15 championships in Jamaica, again with some success as a spinner. He also contributed his fair share with the bat.

Indomatie Goordial

Born to parents who were not into sports, Indomatie Goordial is the eldest of three children, and the only member of her family interested in sports. As a little 12-year-old, she started playing tape-ball and softball cricket with the boys at the Bygeval Secondary School and soon started playing for the Eastern Warriors, which practiced in Buxton. The team soon moved to Malteenoes in Georgetown, where the facilities and coaching were better.


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