Full name Raymond O Denny
Born January 21, 1963, Barbados
Current age 52 years 191 days
Major teams United States of America, West Indies Young Cricketers
Fielding position Wicketkeeper
|List A span||2000/01 - 2000/01|
Teams: USA, Miami Caribbean C.C (SFCA), South Zone, Barbados U19, West Indies U19. He has represented the Barbados U19 team in the West Indies Youth Tournament during the period 1979-1982, captained the youth team in 1982 and scored 70* against Jamaica. He also represented the West Indies Young Cricketers in England in 1982. As a wicket-keeper for the United States squad, he came to prominence in Canada in 1991, taking several spectacular catches and scoring 36*. His personal best, however, has been the 203* in a Benson and Hedges match in Freeport, Bahamas. Member of the USA team in the 1994 ICC Trophy competition.
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