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August 23, 2009
Canada v Kenya. Match abandoned due to rain
The Canadian weather again proved the winner in the final ODI between Kenya and Canada in King City. The persistent rains on Saturday and the high water table meant there were plenty of wet areas on and near the pitch as well as the outfield. The unfavourable conditions resulted in the match being called off without a ball being bowled. Canada, due to their win in the first game, and the abandonment of the next two, won the series 1-0.
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