May 30, 2013 Sports
The West Indies Cricket Board recently announced that St. Kitts will host this year Regional Under-19 Cricket Championship from July 17 to August 21. This will be the third time St. Kitts will host the Regional Under-19 Championship.
According to Statistician Charwayne Walker, the only time Guyana departed Basseterre without the Regional Under-19 trophy was 1977, that was the first time the competition was held in the Leeward Islands, the Guyana Captain on the occasion was DCC Mark Harper. Sixteen years later, July 1993, Guyana led by Port Mourant’s Andre Percival returned to St. Kitts and brought home the Northern Telecoms trophy, Walker noted.
Please find below the first National Under-19 team that won a Championship in St. Kitts:
Andre Percival – Captain
Guyana led by Malteenoes Steven Jacobs continued the St. Kitts dominance fourteen years later, August 2007, ironically that was the last time Guyana won the Regional Under-19 Championship, Walker noted.
Below Please find victorious Guyana Under-19 Captains:
Keith Aaron 1968
Timur Mohamed 1975
Timur Mohamed 1976
Latchman Bhansingh 1985
Andre Percival 1992
Andre Percival 1993
Andre Percival 1994
Mahendra Nagamootoo 1996
Vishal Nagamootoo 1996
Ramnaresh Sarwan 1997
Steven Jacobs 2007
Only time will tell if Rose Hall Town’s Shawn Perreira, who is expected to retain the captaincy, will add his name to the list above.
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