|Born||21 June 1992|
|Bowling||Right-arm leg spin|
|Domestic team information|
|2011–present||Trinidad and Tobago|
|2013||Trinbago Knight Riders|
Source: CricketArchive, 9 June 2017
Yannic Cariah (born 21 June 1992) is a Trinidadian cricketer who has played for Trinidad and Tobago in West Indian domestic cricket, as well as representing the Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL).
Cariah represented the West Indies under-19s at the 2010 Under-19 World Cup in Australia. His tournament included an innings of 110 not out against Sri Lanka in the third-place play-off. A left-handed batsman and right-arm leg-spin bowler, Cariah had made his List A debut in October 2009, playing for the West Indies under-19s in the 2009–10 WICB President's Cup. His first-class debut for Trinidad and Tobago came in February 2011, against the Windward Islands in the 2010–11 Regional Four Day Competition. In his fourth match, Cariah took a maiden first-class five-wicket haul, 5/46 against Guyana. He also recorded a five-wicket haul in the opening match of the 2012–13 Regional Super50 (a limited-overs tournament), taking 5/44 against the Windward Islands. As a batsman, Cariah's highest first-class score to date came against the Leeward Islands during the 2012–13 Regional Four Day Competition, an innings of 82 made from eighth in the batting order.
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