Full name Edward Oluoch Odumbe
Born May 19, 1965, Kendu-Bay
Current age 50 years 73 days
Major teams Kenya, Aga Khan Sports Club
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm medium
Relation Brother - MO Odumbe
|ODI debut||India v Kenya at Cuttack, Feb 18, 1996 scorecard|
|Last ODI||Kenya v Pakistan at Nairobi (Aga), Oct 2, 1996 scorecard|
|List A span||1995/96 - 1996/97|
Edward "Tito" Odumbe is the elder brother of Kenyan captain Maurice Odumbe, and was undoubtedly latterly in the Kenyan side for his international experience. A superb allrounder in his heyday, he did not get many wickets against India A, yet was able to make use of his experience by adopting a nagging line and length and hence, did not give too many runs away. His ability to effectively slog in the latter overs added to his importance. Off the field, he is an extremely
humorous person, always looking to play pranks in the locker-room.
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