Matches played as a result of the formation of the Caribbean Amateur Football Association; profits for the Jamaica Relief Fund to cover hurricane damage on Jamaica in 1951. Results: All matches were played at Sabina Park, Kingston (Jamaica), apart from that on 26- 2 (at Mona); originally three test matches were planned, the fourth, "extra" match (25- 2) was added later. Test matches in bold face. 18- 2-1952 Jamaica Secondary Schools XI 0-4 Caribbean All-Stars [J.Banguillot (2), C.Banguillot (2)] [Schools XI: Lawson Douglas [c]; Alfred Graham, Rodrick Marston; Donald Davidson, Freddie Grant, Cecil Belnavis; Jerome Walters, Barrington Edwards, Nelson, Gilfillian, Melvin Watson; Caribbean: Joey Gonsalves [c]; Gerry Parsons, André Dieudonné; Rafael Baez Guillén, Allan Joseph, Yvon Dorcean; Paul Desrosiers, Charles Banguillot, Jacques Banguillot, Maurice Moore, André Vieux; ref: Bunny Barber] 20- 2-1952 Royal Welch Fusiliers 0-3 Caribbean All-Stars [Mĳnals, Kruin, Kamperveen] [Royal Welch: Hughes; Morgan, Baker; Morris, Gabriel, Callan; Coakley, Jones, Faulkes, Agirio, Sweeney; Caribbean: Roland Lacossade; Gerry Parsons, Manny Desouza; Delbert Charleau, Humphrey Mĳnals, Yvon Dorcean; Paul Desrosiers, Michel Kruin, André Kamperveen [c], Jacques Banguillot, Maurice Moore; ref: Victor Beck; att: 3000] 23- 2-1952 Jamaica 1-5 Caribbean All-Stars [Kruin scored 3 goals for Caribbean; the other two were scored "by a Frenchman"] [Jamaica: Ronnie Cooper; Danny Sharrers, George Prescod; Dickie Bayliss, Dudley Smith [c], Karl Largie; Buddy Josephs, Lindy Delapenha, Noel Tappin, Gillie Heron, Vivian Coy; Caribbean: Joey Gonsalves [c]; Gerry Parsons, Manny Desouza; Delbert Charleau, Allan Joseph, Humphrey Mĳnals; Charles Banguillot, Michel Kruin, André Kamperveen, Jacques Banguillot, Paul Desrosiers; att: 20000 (reportedly record crowd for Sabina Park); Delapenha (Middlesbrough) and Heron (Celtic) were flown over from the UK to play] 25- 2-1952 Jamaica 2-1 Caribbean All Stars [Alcock 40, Heron 55; Kruin 10] [Jamaica: Ronnie Cooper; Dickie Bayliss, Icer Lawrence; Dudley Smith [c], Henry Miller, Karl Largie; Noel Tappin, Lindy Delapenha, Gillie Heron, Lester Alcock, Bobby Williams; Caribbean: Joey Gonsalves [c]; Gerry Parsons, Manny Desouza; Yvon Dorcean, Allan Joseph, Humphrey Mĳnals; Charles Banguillot, Michel Kruin, André Kamperveen, Jacques Banguillot, Paul Desrosiers; ref: Rupert McAnuff; att: 19000] 26- 2-1952 Univ.College of the West Indies 0-6 Caribbean All-Stars [Kamperveen (2), Maurice Moore, Charleau, C.Banguillot, Vieux] [Caribbean: Joey Gonsalves; Manny Desouza, Humphrey Mĳnals; Rafael Baez Guillén, Allan Joseph, Yvon Dorcean; Delbert Charleau, Charles Banguillot, André Kamperveen, Maurice Moore, André Vieux] 27- 2-1952 Jamaica 0-1 Caribbean All Stars [HT 0-0; goal: Kruin] [Jamaica: Teddy Saunders; Dickie Bayliss, Icar Lawrence; Dudley Smith, Henry Miller, Karl Largie; Noel Tappin, Lindy Delapenha, Barry Watson, Lestor Alcock, Bobby Williams; (Heron was injured); Caribbean: Roland Lacossade; Gerry Parsons, André Dieudonné; Delbert Charleau, Allan Joseph, Humphrey Mĳnals; Paul Desrosiers, Charles Banguillot [c], Michel Kruin, André Kamperveen, André Vieux; ref: Bunny Barber, att: 21000 (reportedly record crowd for Sabina Park)] 1- 3-1952 Jamaica 1-0 Caribbean All Stars [Freddie Greene 20] [Jamaica: Teddy Saunders; Dickie Bayliss, Icar Lawrence; Dudley Smith, Henry Miller, Karl Largie; Noel Tappin, Freddie Greene, Gillie Heron, Lester Alcock, Bobby Williams; (Delapenha had to fly back before this game, and on this day helped Middlesbrough win 2-1 vs Portsmouth); Caribbean: line-up not available, but reportedly all three Surinam players played while the Haitian players refused to do so, having become "dissatisfied"] Series Drawn Jamaica 4 2-0-2 4-7 4 Caribbean AS 4 2-0-2 7-4 4 Caribbean All-Stars squad: Selected from the 8 member territories (excluding Jamaica) - Trinidad/Tobago, Guadeloupe, Aruba, Surinam, British Guiana, Haiti, Puerto Rico, Santo Domingo Manager: E.I. "Eric" James (Trinidad & Tobago) British Guiana: Maurice Moore, Manny Desouza Guadeloupe: Charles Banguillot, Jacques Banguillot Haiti: André Dieudonné, Yvon Dorcean, Paul Desrosiers, André Vieux, Roland Lacossade Puerto Rico: Rafael Baez Guillén Surinam: André Kamperveen, Michel Kruin, Humphrey Mĳnals, Trinidad: Joey Gonsalves, Gerry Parsons, Allan Joseph, Delbert Charleau NB: the Surinam players arrived just before the first match (18-2) in which they did not play.
NB: all matches in Paramaribo; Robinhood and Voorwaarts were club sides. Test matches in bold face. 7-12-1952 Surinam 2-2 Caribbean All-Stars [HT 2-1] [Kamperveen 1-0, Hinds 1-1, Kamperveen 2-1, Griffith 2-2] [Surinam: Graanoogst; Zwakke (Promes), Babb; Deira, Samson, Amerali; Deegenaar, Kamperveen, Kruin, Nelom, Hoen; ref: Wĳdenbosch] 9-12-1952 Robinhood 1-2 Caribbean All-Stars [HT 0-0] [Killian 1-0, Seymour 1-1, Hinds 1-2] 11-12-1952 Surinam 2-2 Caribbean All-Stars [HT 1-2] [Kruin 1-0, N.N. 1-1, Hamel-Smith 1-2, Hoen (pen) 2-2] 14-12-1952 Surinam 4-0 Caribbean All-Stars [HT 1-0] [Kruin 1-0, Testing 2-0, Testing 3-0, Nelom 4-0] 16-12-1952 Voorwaarts 2-0 Caribbean All-Stars [HT 2-0] [Guicheriet 1-0, Deegenaar 2-0] [ref: Rogers; sent off: Brathwaite] Surinam 3 1-2-0 8-4 4 Caribbean AS 3 0-2-1 4-8 2 Caribbean All-Stars squad (as announced Nov 1952 in Jamaica Gleaner and Het Nieuws): Manager: E.I. "Eric" James (Trinidad & Tobago) British Guiana: Emanuel "Manny" de Souza, Lewis Weithers Jamaica: Dudley R.V. Smith, Vivian Ch. "Dickie" Bayliss, Morris J. "Bobby" Williams Puerto Rico: Felix Seijo Trinidad: Joey Gonsalves [c], Pat Gomez, Allan Joseph, Conrad Brathwaite, Gerry Parsons, Michael Nunes, Shay Seymour, Robert Hamel-Smith, Carlton Lewis, Doyle Griffith, Carlton Hinds, Delbert Charleau NB: Gonsalves and Gomez played as goal keepers; the three players in italics were announced as squad members in both the "Jamaica Gleaner" of 29 Nov and "Het nieuws" of 24 Nov but are not mentioned in any match reports and are not listed together with the other players among the passengers leaving Surinam in "Het nieuws" on 20 Dec; Charleau and De Souza arrived after the first match on 7 Dec; it is not clear whether the absence of players from Haiti was related to their reported dissatisfaction at the end of the Jamaica series.
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Sources: [Sam 53], [Stu 90], newspapers: Jamaica Gleaner (Kingston), Het nieuws (Paramaribo), Amigoe di Curacao (Willemstad)
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