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September 26, 2005
Steve Tikolo has been confirmed as Kenya's captain for the ICC l Intercontinental Cup semi-final against Bermuda set for Windhoek, Namibia from October 23 to 25.
The Kenyan squad is almost identical to the one which beat Uganda and drew with Namibia earlier in the season. The new faces are Ragheb Aga, who captained the side in last year's semi-final defeat by Scotland, and Mohammad Sheikh, a promising 25-year-old left-arm spinner who is based in Australia.
On their way to Namibia, the team will stop in Zimbabwe, where they will play matches with Zimbabwe A as part of their preparations.
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