Albion’s first Test player and the
ninth player from the Ancient County to play Test cricket, 57-year-old
Sew Shivnarine, as he is popularly called, was honoured last Saturday
for his contribution to cricket.
The main pavilion at the Albion Community Centre ground was renamed
the Sew Shivnarine Pavilion during the ceremony. The right handed
Shivnarine who was born on May 13, 1952 in Albion, Berbice played eight
Test matches and scored 379 runs at an average of 29.15 and hit four
half centuries. He played one ODI and scored 20 runs.
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