Kenneth Kamyuka

Kenneth Kamyuka
INTL CAREER: 2013 - 2013
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Full Name

Kenneth Kamyuka


December 05, 1981, Jinga, Uganda


42y 195d

Batting Style

Right hand Bat

Bowling Style

Right arm Fast medium

Playing Role


Arguably the most talented Ugandan cricketer of his generation, Kamyuka is a tall allrounder who first shot to prominence as a 19-year-old with an unbeaten ton against Malaysia at the 2001 ICC Trophy in Canada. He was a regular in the Ugandan side for several years after that, as well as something of a journeyman on the Ugandan club circuit, playing for JACC, Wanderers, Destroyers, Tornado B, Nile and Premier among others. Kamyuka represented Uganda at the ICC World Cup Qualifiers in South Africa in 2009, but has since fallen out with the Ugandan cricketing authorities, left Uganda, and settled in Canada, where he has already stated his ambition to play for the national side. Kamyuka will only become eligible for Canada in 2012, but he is making a name for himself in Canadian club cricket in the meantime. In 2010, he became the first African player to receive the Senior Player of the Year award after he scored 414 runs at 41.40 and took 16 wickets at 19.31 in 16 matches for Brampton Masters - the club captained by the Ugandan-born Henry Osinde - in the in the Toronto and District Cricket Association (TDCA) Elite division.
Liam Brickhill June 2010

Kenneth Kamyuka Career Stats


List A22-1058806304/384/3826.864.5735.2300

Batting & Fielding

List A22194586126*39.0669983.8314--60
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Kenneth Kamyuka tries to get under a catch
Kenneth Kamyuka celebrates the dismissal of Daan van Bunge
Kenneth Kamyuka leads Uganda's celebrations
Uganda's Kenneth Kamuya was named Player of the Match and Player of the Tournament
The in-form Kenneth Kamyuka puts in a strong appeal as Cayman Islands struggle
Kenneth Kamyuka jumps for joy as he collects one of his five wickets