|Randolph Jerome, #18
About Randolph Jerome:
Jerome has an impressive career playing soccer professionally and internationally, including playing for national teams for his native Guyana. Before joining the Riverhounds this season, he played for the Cleveland City Stars of the USL. He has played for professional teams in Lebanon and Trinidad and Tobago. From 1991 to 2003, Jerome played for Guyana’s National Teams, playing for the Under 14, Under 16, and Under 17 teams, and was captain of the Guyana National Under 21 and Under 23 teams. Jerome played for Guyana in the inter Guyana games in 1995, and was the captain of the national team when Guyana won their Olympic Qualifier against Suriname in 1999. In 2000 he was recalled to the Guyana National Football Team to represent them in the World Cup Qualifiers.
Jerome started playing professionally for Trinidad and Tobago’s Professional Football League in 1997, and was the top goal scorer for his club, Doc’s Khelwalaas. He continued playing in Trinidad and Tobago’s league, playing with the North East Stars from 2002-2003, where he helped the team win a National FA Trophy. He was also the top goal scorer for the team that year. In 2004, he joined the Star World Strikers Football Club. Jerome then signed a seven month contract with Lebanese Al Mabarra Football Club in 2004-2005, scoring 10 goals in the Lebanese league and four in the FA Cup to help Mabarra win the Cup. In 2005, he returned to the Trinidad and Tobago Professional League as a free agent to play with W Connection.