highly, self-motivated, honest, tenacious, and astute young sportsman, demonstrating a passion and love for all ball games. Excellent hand -eye coordination, speed of hand and fleetness of foot have been combined in the choice of the preferred roles of opening batsman and wicketkeeper. This, coupled with a fiercely competitive nature and diminutive stature fuel the drive and will to dominate all bowling attacks and to score quickly. A work ethic and focus to practice long hours with an extremely high level of intensity have been key in performances to date.
EDUCATION: Sep 2020 ? Present Sep 2016 ? Jul 2020
Presentation College San Fernando – CAPE Presentation College Chaguanas ? CSEC/CXC
Math ? Grade 2
English ? Grade 1 (Distinction)
Principles Of Business – Grade 1 (Distinction) Principles Of Accounts – Grade 1
Economics ?Grade 1
Physical Education ? Grade 1 (Distinction)
Trinity College East ? Form 1
Montrose Gov?t School ? Primary School Education
Sep 2015- July 2016 2011-2015
Left Handed Batsman ? Opener; Wicketkeeper; Occasional RH Off Break Bowler
Trinidad & Tobago Under 19, T&T Under 17, T&T Under 15, T&T Under 13, T&T National Primary School?s Team (U14); Queens Park Cricket Club Premier II; Queens Park Cricket Club Premier II Reserve; Central Zone of T&T Under 13,Under 15, Under 17,Under 19 and; Presentation College Chaguanas Under 14, Under 16 and Under 19; Trinity College East (1year only) Under 14,Under 16 and Under 19; Preysal Cricket Club Under 13
Address: 2 Greenvale Gardens, Endeavour, Chaguanas Date of Birth: March 20 2003 Place of Birth: Trinidad & Tobago, W.I. Telephone: 1-868-480-9674 (Cell) Email: email@example.com
Swimming : Former National Swimmer), Representing Trinidad and Tobago at the Goodwill Games in
2012 and 2014 (8and Under ; 9-10 Age groups.
Triathlon : National Triathlon 7-9 Champion in 2012. Rainbow Triathlon age group Champion 2010, 2011 and 2012.
Badminton : 2020- Singles and Doubles national U19 champion ? Secondary Schools National badminton finals
2021 : Selected to CWI provisional U19 squad (60) for selection of the U19 WC 2022 team. Participated in the TTCB trial matches (3) for selection of National u19 squad, emerging as highest aggregate runs scorer with an average in 4 innings of 53, with one century.
2020: Promoted by QPCC to opening batsman in their representative team in the TTCB National Premier 2 league.
2019: Captained a KRCA U17 Team at the US Open to win the overall title and emerge as MVP for the finals and the Overall team effort
2019: Captained the KRCA U17 on a tour to Canada in September, emerging as Most Valuable Player on tour.
2019: Selected as a wicketkeeper /opening batsman to represent T&T at U17 level in the CWI regional tournament in Trinidad.
2019: Selected to Represent QPCC reserve 2 team in the National league 2 day and 35 over competition as wicketkeeper and middle order batsman. Instrumental in helping QPCC to be crowned National champions in the 35 over reserve league with a batting average of 118 in this tournament playing the role of finisher.
2019: Selected to represent Central Zone at the U17 and U19 Level in the TTCB Zonal tournament as a wicketkeeper opening batsman. Captained the U17 zonal team to a national title. Completed the Zonal competition with the 3rd highest aggregate runs across all 8 zones.
2019: Wicketkeeper and Opening batsman of the PCC u19 team in the 50 over league and in the Intercol T20 competitions where PCC finished as National runners-up. Emerged with highest aggregate runs for PCC across both competitions.
2019: Captain, wicketkeeper /opening batsman of Presentation U16 team.
2018: Selected to represent T&T at U17 level in the CWI regional Under 17 tournament in Trinidad. 2018: Selected to represent Central Zone at the U17 Level in the TTCB Zonal tournament
2018: Selected to represent Presentation College (U16 and U19). Member of the Victorious U16 team in the National Secondary Schools U16 Final. Led all scorers at U16 level in Presentation with 342 runs including four fifties from 6 completed innings in 8 games.
2017: Selected to represent T&T at U15 in the CWI regional tournament in Barbados. Topped the Batting averages for T&T in this tournament and established a regional record as the first Wicket Keeper Batsman to wicket keep for all 50 overs of an innings and also bat through the entire 50 overs of their innings.
2017: Selected to represent Central Zone at U15 and U17 Levels in the TTCB Zonal tournament
2017: Selected to represent Presentation College (U14, U16 and U19). Captained the U14 team to runners
up position in the National Secondary Schools U14 Finals in 2017.
2016: Selected to represent Central Zone at U13 and U15 Level in the TTCB Zonal tournament.
2016: Represented Trinity College in U14, U16 and U19 Secondary Schools tournament.
2015: Selected to represent Central Zone at U13 Level in the TTCB Zonal tournament.
2015: Captained the National Primary School team to victory in the Charlie Griffith invitational tournament on Barbados