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Bryan Mauricette

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Full Name  Bryan Mauricette
Birth Place  Saint Lucia

Batting style  Right-hand bat
Bryan Mauricette (Cricketer) in the past

Born  4 September 1946 (1946-09-04) (age 68)

Bryan Michael Mauricette (born 4 September 1946, in Saint Lucia) was a cricketer: a right-handed wicketkeeper-batsman who played a handful of first-class matches (and one List A game) for the Windward Islands between 1966–67 and 1972–73 without ever passing 20.

He later played for Canada in both the 1979 ICC Trophy and the same year's World Cup. His new country lost all three of their World Cup matches by large margins, with Mauricette making just 20 runs in his three ODI innings. His ICC Trophy performances were also mostly poor, although he did make 72 in the semi-final victory against Bermuda.

Mauricette later became involved in coaching, and coached Canada at the 2004 ICC Six Nations Challenge.

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Bryan Mauricette Wikipedia


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