At the age of 10 I picked up a squash racket for the first time and I began to develop skills for the game rapidly winning my first Trinidad and Tobago national junior under 13 title one year later earning a spot on the junior national team competing in the Caribbean Championships. I continued to show my talent and potential winning my first Caribbean under 13 title at the age of 12. I continued to dominate in my age group throughout my junior career winning each year in the Trinidad and Tobago national junior championships in my age group and also in the age group above. I took my game further making my debut for the Trinidad and Tobago men’s national team at 15 competing at a national and regional level in the men’s category. At 16 I was accepted into Wycliffe College who is renowned for their elite squash academy being one of the top high schools in England for squash. During this time I won a few titles such as the Finnish Junior Open and a local tournament in England. I continued my good performances with a 6th place finish in the Welsh junior open and a 15th place finish in the French junior open and Pioneer junior open. In 2011 I won my second Caribbean title in the under 19 age category.I ended my junior career with a European junior ranking of 18.
I recently completed an undergraduate degree at Western University, the top University in Canada for squash where I was a member of the varsity squash team for the last 4 years. I have continued to show my commitment and leadership towards the Trinidad and Tobago national men’s team representing the country every year at the Caribbean championships, the CAC(Caribbean and Central American Championships) and captaining the national men’s team at the Caribbean Championships in August 2013. I also represented Trinidad and Tobago at the Commonwealth games in Glasgow, Scotland in July 2014. In 2015 I won the Trinidad and Tobago Men's national championships and I am the only professional squash player currently from Trinidad and Tobago.
I would like to take my game to the next level competing on the Professional circuit. However I need to raise money in order to cover living expenses, training, squash equipment and flights to tournaments. My current world ranking is 175 and i am aiming to be in the top 100 by the end of the year. Your support would be much appreciated in order to help me achieve these goals