Suriname national cricket team

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Flag of Suriname
Flag of Suriname
ICC membership granted 2002
ICC member status Associate member
ICC development region Americas
World Cricket League division Six
Captain Mohindra Boodram
Coach Cyril Bonar
First recorded match 23 March 2004 v Belize at Panama
As of 1 August 2007

The Surinamese cricket team is the team that represents the country of Suriname in international cricket matches.


Suriname became an affiliate member of the International Cricket Council in 2002. Their international debut came in 2004 at the Americas Affiliates Championship, where they came last in the five team tournament. A big improvement came two years later in the new Division Three of the ICC Americas Championship when they won a four team tournament also involving Brazil, Chile and the Turks and Caicos Islands. This qualified them for the Division Two tournament played in Argentina late in 2006, when they came fourth out of five teams, which means that they will keep their Division Two place in 2008.

Suriname placed fifth at the 2009 Global Division Seven tournament and was relegated to Division Eight.

Tournament history[edit]

ICC World Cricket League[edit]

ICC Americas Championship[edit]

  • 2000–04: Did not participate
  • 2006: Division Three won, Division Two fourth place
  • 2008: Division Two won, Division One sixth place
  • 2010: Division Two second place

The future[edit]

In 2010, Suriname will head to Kuwait to take part in Division Eight of the World Cricket League.

Current squad[edit]

The following list contains the 14 players in Suriname's squad for the 2010 ICC World Cricket League Division Eight:[1]

  • Deep Desai
  • William Eaton
  • Giovani Inderdath Gokoel
  • Vishaul Angad Singh
  • Troy Anthony Dudnath
  • Mohindra Boodram
  • Arun Kamesh Gokoel
  • Shazam Ramjohn
  • Carlton Randolph Baker
  • Terbhawan Ranjit
  • Radjeev Jagroep
  • Bramha Prasad
  • Anthony Seeraj
  • Patrick Vishram
  • Deoraj Sewanan
  • Sanjeev Mangroo


  1. ^ "Squads named for inaugural WCL Division 8". European Cricket Council. 2 November 2010. Retrieved 3 November 2010.