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World Cup 2011

Kenyans left staring into World Cup abyss

Kenya's tour of India, designed to prepare the squad for the forthcoming World Cup, has only served to expose the deficiencies in a side who, barring a major turnaround, seem set for a wretched tournament

South Africa v Kenya, 1st ODI, Bloemfontein

Duminy stars as South Africa hammer Kenya

South Africa have far sterner tests on the horizon - tests with and without a capital 't' - but they avoided a potential season-opening howler by walloping their neighbours Kenya by 159 runs in the first of two ODIs in Bloemfontein

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Kenya v Pakistan Cricket Academy, Nairobi, 2nd day

Bowlers give Kenya the edge

Khurram Manzoor scored 123 but there was not much support from the other batsmen as Pakistan Cricket Academy conceded a first-innings lead of 95

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Netherlands v Kenya, Intercontinental Cup, Amstelveen

Netherlands fold to Ouma and Ongondo

Kenya crushed a makeshift Netherlands side within two days at Amstelveen to complete an innings-and-six-run victory, lifting them clear at the top of the table

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Netherlands v Kenya, Intercontinental Cup, Amstelveen

Kenya take lead against weak Dutch

Kenya's fortunes finally showed a sign of improving after a tough few weeks as they gained a first-innings lead on the opening day against Netherlands

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National Elite One-Day League 2007-08

Nomads edge out the Aces

Northern Nomads took the Sahara Elite League One-Day League title on net run rate after finishing level on points with Eastern Aces, reversing the finishing order in the Twenty20 competition

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National Elite One-Day League 2007-08

All square going into the final round

A round-up of the second round of matches in Kenya's National Elite One-Day League

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UAE v Kenya, Intercontinental Cup, Sharjah, 4th day

Ongondo five-for leads Kenya win

Peter Ongondo took a career-best 5 for 30 to bowl Kenya to a 81-run win over UAE on the fourth and final day in Sharjah. Chasing an unlikely 274, UAE were dismissed in the 56th over for 192