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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.

Joseph Perry

Joseph Perry started playing cricket at the age of 13 and represented Everest in Under-15, Under-19, second and first division competition. He made his senior inter-county debut in 2010.

His highest first division score as of 24 May 2014 was 112 not out against Georgetown Cricket Club in 2013. He also effected five dismissals in an innings against GNIC in the same year.

Double Success for Demerara

After retaining the Guyana Cricket Board 3-day title, Demerara won the 1-day title after whipping the President’s XI at Bourda.

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