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.

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.

Parmanand Ramdhan

Participated in the 2013 Inter-county Under-17 competition. He took 5 wickets for 5 runs off 3 overs to help Berbice defeat Essequibo, at Everest.

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.

Sagar Hetheramani

Sagar Hetheramani represented the Demerara Under-15 team as a leg-spinner in April 2013, with considerable success, taking 5 wickets for 7 runs against the President's XI, 4 wickets for 9 runs (including 4 wickets in 4 consecurive balls) against Essequibo and 3 for 28 against Berbice.

Burlin Saheed

Burlin Saheed made his first class debut in 1966, for Guyana against the Combined Islands in St Kitts. He performed creditably, but was unable to displace his main competitor, Rex Collymore, for a place in the team as an orthodox left-arm spinner. He later played two more first class matches, in 1971 and 1972, for Berbice, but with very little success.

Mahendra Boodram

Mahendra Boodram made his debut for the Guyana youth team, as an opening batsman, in the 2006 TCL Group regional Under-19 competition, in Guyana. He scored 53 in his very first innings at this level, against the Windwards at the DCC ground. He was less successful after that, even in the Inter-county competion for Essequibo. In 2010 he started to play for Suriname, for whom his performance has been getting better with time.

Aubrey Bishop

Professor Aubrey Bishop represented Guyana in two first class matches in 1952, both against Jamaica at Bourda. He was Chairman of the Competitions Committee of the Guyana Cricket Board at one time.


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