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Sydney Jackman

Sydney Jackman made his debut for the Guyana Colts against Australia at Bourda in 1965. In the following year he kept wicket for Guyana in the regional first class competition, instead of regularwicketkeeper Reds Murray.

Geoffrey "Reds" Murray

Reds Murray was a reliable, if unspectacular, wicketkeeper for Guyana in the mid and late 1960's. He was also an Air Traffic Controller.

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.

Adrian Sukwah

Adrian Sukwah had an outstanding debut year as a wicketkeeper and batsman for both his county Berbice and Guyana. He score several fifties for both teams, and was the leading runs scorer for Guyana in the regional Under-15 championship, in Jamaica.

Hemraj Garbarran

Hemraj Garbarran represented the Demerara Under-19 team in 2000, and then the Guyana Under-19 team in the 2000 WICB Regional Under-19 competition,  in Guyana.

He scored 71 in his very first innings for the Guyana Under-19 team, followed by 158 not out, against Canada, at Bourda. He made his first class debut that same year, for Guyana against South Africa A, but did not fare well. In 2001 he toured England with the West Indies Under-19 team. After that he disappeared from national and international cricket.

Ovid Glasgow

Ovid Glasgow, a competent wicketkeeper and batsman, opened the batting for the Police Sports Club in Georgetown. He played three first class matches for Guyana in the 1967 Shell Shield and a single first class match for Demerara in 1971.

Sheik Mohamed

Sheik Mohamed made his debut for the Guyana Under-19 team in the 1981 West Indies Youth competition, in Guyana. He also played in the 1982 Neal & Massey youth competition in Trinidad & Tobago and the 1983 Neal & Massey youth competition in Jamaica, scoring a half century in his last youth match.

He made his first class debut for Guyana in February 1988, before his first class debut for Demerara in October 1988. His List A debut for Guyana followed in February 1989.

Arnold Gibbons

Arnold Gibbons made his first class debut for Guyana (British Guiana then) in 1953, against India at Bourda. He kept wicket and had three dismissals (2 catches and a stumping) in India's only innings in the rain-affected match. He played one more first class match for Guyana, against England in 1954, performing creditably with the bat in both matches.

Gibbons went on to become Professor of Communications, Hunter College, New York University.

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