Full name Derek Isaac Kallicharran
Born April 4, 1958, Port Mourant, Berbice, British Guiana
Current age 57 years 118 days
Major teams United States of America, Guyana
Batting style Left-hand bat
Bowling style Legbreak googly
Relation Brother - AI Kallicharran
|First-class span||1978/79 - 1985/86|
|List A span||1982/83 - 1985/86|
Teams: USA, Everest Sports Club (EACA), East Zone, Guyana, Guyana U19.
A left handed batsman and a right arm spinner from Guyana, Derek has represented that country's U19 team in the Benson and Hedges Youth competition and the senior team in the Shell Shield series. He has played League cricket in England and has a high score of 197. He now plays in the Eastern American Cricket Association and has scored numerous centuries in League competition. A member of the USA team in the last two ICC tournaments.
Brother of Alvin Kallicharran (WI)
First Class: Debut 1979 vs. Barbados.
Total 39 matches.
Batting: 61-2-1459-88 vs. Windward Islands, St. Vincent, 1985. Avg. 24.72
Bowling: 98 wickets for 3683 runs. Avg. 37.58. BB 6/60 vs. Jamaica, Georgetown.
Tours: West Indies "B" to Zimbabwe, 1983.
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