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JAMES CHANDLER HAS PASSED
The present and pass members of the West Meten-Meer-Zorg Cricket Club on the West Coast Demerara is mourning the death of their former club Captain and a dynamic left-hand all-rounder James Chandler, who passed away on Sunday 28th June, 2020, during a brief illness at the West Demerara Regional Hospital.
James Chandler who only returned to Guyana in January this year was member of the Guyana Police Force and would have served in ‘B’ and ‘D’ Division area, proudly wearing the Guyana Police Force Uniform. Chandler who was also an outstanding Cricketer started his Cricketing Career at the West Meten Meer Zorg Cricket Club located a few buildings from his home.
He then went on to represent the senior West Demarara
Team, West Demerara Police Georgetown Police during his assignment with the force in Berbice.
Chandler would have played with the Berbice Police and several other Clubs in the first Division league before migrating to United States of America in the year 2000, where he would have connected with his former Meten Meer Zorg/Police and National wicket keeper Ejaz Asgarally where he continued on playing the game in which he took pride in for the New york Meten Meer Zorg Cricket Club according to former Meten Meer Zorg Club Member Troy Khan.