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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.

Bruiser Thomas

Cecil Bruiser Thomas made his first class debut for Guyana in 1946, against Barbados at Bourda. He made his highest first class score (78) and only first class half century on debut. He played his last first class match in 1956, against Jamaica at Bourda, in which he had his best bowling figures (4-42) in first class cricket.

Bruiser Thomas became a newspaper and radio journalist in Guyana after retiring from first class cricket.

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.

Vibert Johashen

Berbice and Guyana fast-medium swing bowler Vibert Johashen made his first class for Berbice in 1973, first class debut for Guyana in 1977 and List A debut for Guyana in 1978.

Johashen opened the bowling for Berbice at different times with Keith Cameron and Leslaine Lambert.  He was also a capable lower order batsman who supported the established batsmen on occasions.

Nigel Greaves

Nigel Greaves made his debut for the Guyana Under-19 team in the 1986 Northern Telecom regional youth competition, in Trinidad. He played for the Guyana Under-19 team again in the 1987 Northern Telecom regional youth competition, in Jamaica.

He was described as a solid middle order batsman who possessed tremendous concentration and powerful stroke play. He scored a century against Essequibo in the 1987 GTM semi-final and was prolific in local club cricket.

Debi Charran

Debi Charran was a middle order batsman from West Demerara who made his debut for the Guyana youth team in the 1969 British-American Tobacco Regional Youth Tournament, in Trinidad & Tobago. He played for the Guyana youth team in the British-American Tobacco Regional Youth Tournament again in 1970, in Guyana.

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.

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