GCB mourns passing of former national cricketer Fazil ‘Terminator’ Sattaur


See below statement by the Guyana Cricket Board

The Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) is saddened at the passing of former Berbice and national junior and senior cricketer Fazil ‘Terminator’ Sattaur.

Sattaur, who was born in Albion, Corentyne, died on Monday, September 18 in Canada.

The former aggressive opening batsmen got the name ‘Terminator’ because of his fearless style of batting. He also played first-division cricket for Albion Cricket Club and Everest Cricket Club and for Berbice at both the junior and senior levels.

The ‘Terminator’ fell just short of a first-class century, scoring 94 in the 1989 Jones Cup match between Berbice and Demerara, which was at the time recognised as First-Class Cricket.

Sattaur later migrated to Canada where he played three One-Day Internationals for Canada

during the ICC World Cup in 2003, which was played in South Africa.

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  1. habeeb says

    Let’s all admit it, though regrettably, his time has come and when that time comes, who is to say, “I am not ready, could you come back another day ? ” It has always been said: when one born, his/her book was already written fully, time, place, dates etc.. I believe that and his “Terminator” given name said it all.

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