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Thomas Odoyo, Kenya’s vice-captain, told the Nation newspaper that the recent three-day team-building exercise at the Malewa River Lodge earlier in the month was most worthwhile.
"I learnt that people can always push themselves a little bit more. That extra bit was nice and very helpful. One gets to know the strengths and weaknesses of team-mates."
He admitted it was tough. "One could easily have walked away. I never knew there was anything like this in the country".
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