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Full name Samir Inamdar
Born March 4, 1959, Mombasa, Kenya
Current age 55 years 181 days
Samir Inamdar, a Mombasa-based solicitor, was chairman of the Coast Cricket Association at the time it became involved in a head-to-head battle with the Kenyan Cricket Association, at the time led by Sharad Ghai. Inamdar was one of the key figures in helping to bring to an end a regime which had overseen the stagnation of Kenyan cricket, and following Ghai's departure, he was elected chairman of the new body which subsequently became Cricket Kenya.
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