There are a couple of obvious realities about squash in Guyana. For starters, it has a small following. The local structure, however, produces players who are feared and respected around the region, particularly the juniors.
To test this theory just mention the names Shomari Wiltshire, Abosaide Cadogan, Kirsten Gomes or Michael Alphonse – the more recent Trojans – and observe where the conversation leads.
As one peeks into the archives of the sport, it is easy to detect Guyana’s dominance which manifested itself during the period 2004 – 2016 where the locals reigned over the region as champions for more than a decade. ….