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Time for a venue change?

Nairobi Gymkhana's days could be numbered

Feb 3, 2009: Nairobi Gymkhana's future as Kenya's premier international venue could be under threat

ESPNcricinfo staff

World Cricket League, 2006-07

Kenya host associates for pre-World Cup tournament

Nov 29, 2006: The much anticipated 2007 World Cup is just around the corner but, before the Caribbean welcomes the world's players, Kenya are the hosts for a tournament no less significant for those participating: the World Cricket League (WCL)

ESPNcricinfo staff

ICC examine grounds ahead of ODIs

Procter inspects Kenyan facilities

Jun 27, 2006: Mike Procter has arrived in to Kenya to inspect facilities as the country prepares to resume hosting one-day international matches with a three-game series against Bangladesh next month

ESPNcricinfo staff

KCA chairman admits defeat

Ghai accepts the inevitable

Jan 18, 2005: Sharad Ghai, the ousted KCA chairman, has said that he will not go to court to try to overturn the government's decision to dissolve the board and replace it with an interim committee

ESPNcricinfo staff

Kenya v India A, Tri-series, Nairobi

India A trounce Kenya despite Shah's efforts

Aug 18, 2004: Despite Ravindu Shah's entertaining 90, Kenya suffered a six-wicket defeat against India A at the Gymkhana Club Ground in Nairobi

Wisden Cricinfo staff

India A v Pakistan A, Kenya Triangular Tournament, Nairobi

Gambhir and Dhoni sparkle as India A reach final

Aug 17, 2004: Gautam Gambhir and MS Dhoni cracked valuable centuries as India A thrashed Pakistan A by 121 runs at the Nairobi Gymkhana

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Gymkana Club warns no games until debts paid

TV deal leads to club-board showdown

Aug 2, 2004: The announcement by Ten Sports in India that it would be televising live the forthcoming tri-series between Kenya, India A and Pakistan A surprised many, not least the officials of the Nairobi Gymkhana (NG) where the games are scheduled to be played

Martin Williamson

Otieno leads Kenya to sensational victory

Mar 1, 2003: Kennedy Otieno, who played Southern Electric Premier League cricket for BAT Sports three summers ago, played a star role as Kenya pulled off the shock of the World Cup by beating Sri Lanka by 53 runs at the Nairobi Gymkhana Club on Monday 24 February

Mike Vimpany

Kenya stun Sri Lanka with electric fielding display

Feb 24, 2003: Kenya pulled off the shock of the tournament with a remarkable 53 run victory against the Sri Lankans at Nairobi on Monday

CricInfo

Milestones: Australia v Zimbabwe, Sri Lanka Kenya

Feb 23, 2003: Muttiah Muralitharan (SL) needs 6 wickets to join the 25 World Cup wicket-club Chaminda Vaas (SL) needs 3 wickets to join the 25 World Cup wicket-club

CricInfo

Rain provides reprieve to Pakistan

Sep 7, 2002: The final ended with a whimper, rain having the final say, depriving Australia of a probable win, the no-result providing Pakistan a reprieve in the form of a shared PSO Trophy

Agha Akbar

Kenya make Australia work for win

Sep 5, 2002:

Agha Akbar

Dismal Pakistan sink without trace

Sep 4, 2002: For the second time running, Australia fashioned an emphatic 9-wicket victory with 30 overs to spare to leave Pakistan wondering how far they have to improve not just to win (that thought must have been farthest from their minds) but to make a fist

Agha Akbar

Australia score an easy victory over Kenya

Sep 2, 2002: Set an easy target of just 85 the Australians marched there in the 17th over losing just two wickets, winning by 8 wickets plus gaining a bonus point in the process

Nabeel Sabir

Younis, Misbah guide Pakistan to victory

Sep 1, 2002: After a shuddery start Pakistan were able to reach the victory target of 180 in the 39th over for the loss of three wickets

Nabeel Sabir

Woeful Pakistan capitulate without a whimper

Aug 30, 2002: It was a woeful performance with both bat and ball by Pakistan, and one of clinical precision by Australia

Agha Akbar

Pakistan scrapes up a win over Kenya

Aug 29, 2002: Rashid Latif finished it with a flourish, with nearly 17 overs to spare to get Pakistan off to a winning start in the PSO Tri-nation at the Nairobi Gymkhana cricket ground

Agha Akbar

PCB announces triangular tournament itinerary

Jul 30, 2002: Pakistan Cricket Board on Tuesday announced the itinerary of the Triangular Tournament being held in Nairobi (Kenya) which has also been confirmed by the Australian Board

Pakistan Cricket Board

Kenya to stage two matches in 2003 World Cup

Oct 19, 2001: Kenya will stage two matches at cricket's 2003 World Cup, joining Zimbabwe as South Africa's co-hosts for the four-yearly showpiece, organizers said

Bloomberg

Tikolo's heroics fail to prevent third West Indies' win

Aug 19, 2001: West Indies comfortably completed a 3-0 one-day series victory over Kenya with a seven-wicket win in the final game in Nairobi

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