Jeavor Royal has been gradually making his way up the ladder in West Indies cricket. As he enters his 20s, he is in a good position to kick on and one day represent the senior men's West Indies team. He has already made and played two List A matches for the West Indies 'B' team. He was also part of the Windies 'B' team that went to the Summerfest in Canada in 2018.
Together with his talent, he knows how to enjoy his cricket with his dancing celebrations when he takes a wicket. Jeavor has already been hitting the headlines in schools cricket in Jamaica, dominating for his school Innswood High. And he knows when he steps out onto a cricket field, he is representing much more than Jeavor Royal. He told the Jamaica Star after making the West Indies Under-19 World Cup team, "I am ready to go. I am ready to represent my school, my country and my family, so when I get that opportunity, I just want to go out there and show my skills."
With his hard work and dedication, he maybe able to one day show his skills to the world at the highest level of cricket.