The West Indian ‘Narine’ that Rhyme

The West Indian ‘Narine’ that Rhyme

The West Indian Narine that Rhyme | OurCricketTown Article

Some names are more pervasive in some parts of the world than others. A classical example of this is ‘Singh’. Any guesses? This is a household name in India and possibly in other parts of the Subcontinent. When it comes to this part of the world- the Caribbean, ‘Narine’ is equally ubiquitous, whether it is first name or surname, or simply put, some part of your name has Narine. This article will highlight some unique cases for you to ponder on.

Sunil Narine


Everyone by now will be aware of the mystery that this guy is capable of conjuring. Opposing batsmen have no doubt about this. He is the real deal with ball in hand, and by name.

Shivnarine Chanderpaul

This man has been the bedrock of a fragile West Indian batting line-up until his retirement in 2016. There wasn’t anything mysterious about his batting, it was all class. When he got in, he certainly sent shivers down opposing captains’ spine.

Narsingh Deonarine

An elegant left-hander, Narsingh Deonarine has had a stop-start international career. He has played 18 test matches to date, but at age 33, he may still be looking to sing a tune of redemption.

Dinanath Ramnarine

A talented leg-Spinner from Trinidad and Tobago who had a bright future but failed to realize his full potential. He did not ram stadiums at the international level but he had great belief in his abilities.

Sewnarine Chattergoon

A quiet man by nature, Sewnarine is the type of guy who lets his batting do all the chatting. Chattergoon is a composed southpaw who has a penchant for the cut shot. It is quite surprising as to why he hasn’t gotten an extended run in the regional team.


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