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Fringe Benefits: Aasif Karim

'As soon as we got Lara, we were a different side'

Nov 26, 2014: The former Kenya captain recalls Kenya's shock win over West Indies in 1996 and his spell that had Australia quivering in 2003

Interview by Mohammad Isam

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Kenya snap up Lara

Oct 30, 2014: How a discordant West Indies team fell prey to a group of amateur cricketers from Kenya in 1996

'I never stole anybody's money, yet I was given five years'

Oct 24, 2014: Half a decade since his ban ended, Maurice Odumbe continues to live with the stigma of corruption

Tim Wigmore

'Kenya cricket is dead and buried'

Sep 30, 2014: The veteran spinner's dream spell against Australia in 2003 symbolised a brief golden period for Kenya, but since his retirement, the country's cricket has nose-dived

Tim Wigmore

Are you sitting down for this?

Apr 7, 2014: Netherlands beat England last month. A look at some other big international upsets over the years

Steven Lynch

What do the ICC proposals mean for the Associates?

Mar 14, 2014: They essentially uphold the inequity in the treatment of the Associates when compared to the lowest-performing Full Members

Tim Wigmore

A tussle for crumbs

Dec 29, 2013: It was a year when Canada and Kenya tripped up while others like Afghanistan, Nepal, Netherlands and UAE made some loud noises

Peter Della Penna

Forty-two and fighting

Dec 19, 2013: Veteran Kenya allrounder Steve Tikolo made an age-defying comeback recently to help his side reclaim some past glory

Firdose Moonda

Rohit's record, and Ashwin's feat

Nov 12, 2013: Also, lowest "missing scores", a hundredth ODI on one's birthday, and West Indians with 20,000 international runs

Steven Lynch

Best of the rest

Aug 19, 2013: A look at some players who missed out on Test cricket because they came from Associate-member countries. (One from each nation.)

Steven Lynch

Marginalised and messy

Dec 29, 2012: Associate nations slid further away from the spotlight this year, and several look unlikely to make their way back

Martin Williamson

Phantom and Co

Oct 15, 2012: Some entertainingly hopeless batsmen

Steven Lynch

Look, ma

Sep 17, 2012: Famous cricketing mothers (and others who ought to be)

Steven Lynch

To Africa, with kit and a message

May 15, 2012: Cricket Without Boundaries is a UK initiative that takes cricket, and a message of AIDS awareness, to an entire continent

Firdose Moonda

Ten months in Nairobi

May 11, 2012: Mike Hesson couldn't stay as coach of Kenya for long enough to make enough of a difference, but he is confident the side has a bright future

Firdose Moonda

Have spear, will bowl

Feb 2, 2012: Kenya's famous Maasai warrior tribe is using the skills of warfare to help make a name for themselves in cricket

Firdose Moonda

The Ireland story and others

Dec 31, 2011: The lack of support from the ICC towards the Associates and Affiliates did not deter one team. For the rest, it wasn't a great year

Martin Williamson

Tom Sears

'Players know consistency will be the criterion for national selection'

Oct 2, 2011: Tom Sears, Cricket Kenya's CEO, hopes the success of the board's new East African tournaments will result in a larger and better-quality talent pool in the country

Interview by Martin Williamson

Safari guide's son set to begin four-day exploration

Sep 6, 2011: Duncan Allan is a ray of hope for a Kenya side that doesn't have too much to smile about

Peter Della Penna

No turning back for Kenya

Sep 4, 2011: The board did the right thing by axing players who had held them to ransom in the past

Martin Williamson
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