Roger Harper

Full name:Roger Andrew Harper
Born:17th March 1963, Georgetown, Demerara, Guyana
Batting:Right-hand batsman
Bowling:Right-arm off-break
Relations:Brother: MA Harper
Teams:West Indies (Test: 1983/84-1993/94); West Indies (ODI: 1983/84-1995/96); West Indies (World Cup: 1987/88-1995/96); Demerara (Main FC: 1979/80-1989/90); Guyana (Main FC: 1979/80-1995/96); Northamptonshire (Main FC: 1985-1987); Guyana (Main ListA: 1979/80-1996/97); Northamptonshire (Main ListA: 1985-1987); West Indies Board President's XI (Other FC: 1980/81-1987/88); DB Close's XI (Other FC: 1983-1984); West Indians (Other FC: 1983/84-1995/96); West Indies (Other FC: 1983/84-1993/94); West Indies Under-23s (Other FC: 1984/85); Rest of the World XI (Other FC: 1985-1987); West Indies Board XI (Other FC: 1987/88-1988/89); M Parkinson's World XI (Other FC: 1989-1990); World XI (Other FC: 1992); Scarborough Festival President's XI (Other FC: 1993-1994); West Indies A (Other FC: 1996/97); West Indies (Other ListA: 1983/84-1995/96); West Indians (Other ListA: 1983/84-1995/96); West Indies A (Other ListA: 1996/97); West Indies Young Cricketers (Under-19 Test: 1979/80-1982); West Indies Young Cricketers (Under-19 ODI: 1982); West Indies Young Cricketers (Under-19 two innings: 1979/80-1982); West Indies Young Cricketers (Under-19 limited overs: 1982); All teams
Northamptonshire cap: 1986
Lists of matches and more detailed statistics
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