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The Etwaroo Dynasty

I received an e-mail from a former Corentyne High student saying that I wrote at length on Randolph and Reggie and very little or nothing on Romain and Terry. Please allow me to correct this.

Tyrone Etwaroo

Tyrone Etwaroo came from a cricketing family, with older brothers Romain and Reginald having played first class cricket and uncle Rohan Kanhai having made his mark internationally for the West Indies.

He made his debut for Guyana in the 1977 regional Benson and Hedges Youth Tournament, in Guyana. He represented Guyana again in the 1978 regional Benson and Hedges Youth Tournament, in Barbados, in which he scored his lone half century in youth cricket.

Port Mourant CC Prepares

PORT Mourant Cricket Club will start preparing for this season's Banks/ DIH Trophy with matches against two teams from Georgetown. On Sunday they will tangle with the Guyana Telecommunications Corporation.

Nandu Visits Port Mourant

Georgetown, Guyana - Former national Under-19 leg-spinner Arjune Nandu, who is presently holidaying in Guyana from Canada, saw it fit to give back to the Port Mourant Cricket Club (PMCC) while paying a visit there recently.

Albion Goes To KO Final

Berbice - Centuries by Sewnarine Chattergoon and Veerapen Permaul gave Albion Community Centre victory over Port Mourant in the semi-final of the 2013 Ramcharitar Division 1 50-overs knockout competition.

Teams Ready For U17 Semis

Albion, Rose Hall/Canje and D’Edward Cricket clubs are through to the semi-finals of the Berbice Cricket Board (BCB) 2009 Leslie Amsterdam Memorial Under-17 tournament.

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.

Port Mourant Plays No 41

Port Mourant - A strong side from the Port Mourant Cricket Club will journey tomorrow morning to No 41 Village, West Coast Berbice, to engage that village in a friendly game of cricket.

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