ICC World Cricket League Division Four / Players / Seif Khalifa

Seif Khalifa      

Full name Seif Khalifa

Born February 23, 1988, Tanzania

Current age 26 years 220 days

Major teams Tanzania, Tanzania Under-19s

Batting style Left-hand bat

Bowling style Left-arm medium

Seif Khalifa
Recent matches
Bat & Bowl Team Opposition Ground Match Date Scorecard
10 Tanzania v Mozambique Benoni (A) 4 Oct 2012 Other T20
16 Tanzania v Zambia Benoni 3 Oct 2012 Other T20
13 Tanzania v Swaziland Benoni (B) 3 Oct 2012 Other T20
15 Tanzania v Botswana Benoni (C) 2 Oct 2012 Other T20
0 Tanzania v Seychelles Benoni (A) 2 Oct 2012 Other T20
60, 3/34 Tanzania v Sierra Leone Benoni (C) 1 Oct 2012 Other T20
0/9, 9 Tanzania v Ghana Benoni 1 Oct 2012 Other T20
13, 0/17 Tanzania v Malaysia Kuala Lumpur 10 Sep 2012 Other OD
12, 0/14 Tanzania v Malaysia Kuala Lumpur 9 Sep 2012 Other OD
14 Tanzania v Singapore Kuala Lumpur 7 Sep 2012 Other OD
Profile

A hard-hitting, left-handed top-order batsman, Seif Khalifa first played for Tanzania against a touring MCC XI in late 2007. He returned to Tanzanian colours for their trip to Italy for the World Cricket League Division Four tournament in 2010, and proved to be in good form before the competition began, putting together an opening stand of 130 with Enjo Seti as Tanzania beat a strong Club Cricket Conference XI on their warm-up tour of England. He also made consistant starts at the tournament itself, his 82-ball 46 being vital to Tanzania's unlikely win over Nepal, and a barnstorming 41-ball 72 setting up a three-wicket win over Argentina.
Liam Brickhill August 2010

Latest Articles
Tournament Results
Argentina v Cayman Is at Navile - Aug 21, 2010
Cayman Is won by 7 wickets (with 123 balls remaining)
Italy v U.S.A. at Pianoro - Aug 21, 2010
U.S.A. won by 8 wickets (with 170 balls remaining)
Nepal v Tanzania at Medicina - Aug 21, 2010
Nepal won by 10 wickets (with 225 balls remaining)
Argentina v U.S.A. at Pianoro - Aug 20, 2010
U.S.A. won by 196 runs
Cayman Is v Nepal at Medicina - Aug 20, 2010
Nepal won by 7 wickets (with 196 balls remaining)
Italy v Tanzania at Navile - Aug 20, 2010
Italy won by 167 runs
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