• BATSMEN
    R
    B
    M
    4s
    6s
    SR
    c Mwayenga b Rainsford
    0
    1
    1
    0
    0
    0.00
    run out (Mpofu/Mwayenga)
    17
    15
    27
    3
    0
    113.33
    lbw b Rainsford
    0
    6
    9
    0
    0
    0.00
    c Ireland b Mpofu
    17
    26
    33
    2
    0
    65.38
    b Ewing
    30
    86
    121
    5
    0
    34.88
    c Ewing b Mwayenga
    40
    91
    119
    6
    0
    43.95
    not out
    53
    117
    212
    0
    0
    45.29
    c Vermeulen b Rainsford
    0
    11
    14
    0
    0
    0.00
    b Matsikenyeri
    39
    71
    120
    3
    0
    54.92
    c Ebrahim b Ireland
    20
    39
    50
    3
    1
    51.28
    c Rainsford b Ireland
    0
    7
    6
    0
    0
    0.00
    Extras
    21 (b 5, lb 2, nb 13, w 1)
    TOTAL
    237 all out (76.3 Overs, RR: 3.09)
    Fall of wickets: 1-0 (Kennedy Otieno), 2-10 (Tony Suji), 3-26 (Morris Ouma), 4-37 (Steve Tikolo), 5-101 (Hitesh Modi), 6-109 (Collins Obuya), 7-116 (Mohammad Sheikh), 8-187 (Martin Suji), 9-235 (Lameck Onyango), 10-237 (Peter Ongondo)
    BowlingOMRWEconWDNB
    EC Rainsford1253232.6603
    AJ Ireland10.304924.6602
    W Mwayenga1623812.3710
    CB Mpofu822713.3703
    DD Ebrahim1152402.1800
    GM Ewing1223012.5000
    S Matsikenyeri703014.2803

Close of Play

  • Tue, 11 Oct - day 1 - Kenya 1st innings 116/6 (TM Odoyo 0*, M Sheikh 0*)
  • Wed, 12 Oct - day 2 - Zimbabwe A 2nd innings 73 (20.3 ov) - end of match

Kenya tour of Zimbabwe [Oct 2005] 2005-06 News

  • Kenya complete series whitewash

    Kenya completed a three-match clean sweep by defeating Zimbabwe A by 43 runs at Harare Sports Club

  • Ouma puts Kenya in command

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  • Another defeat by Kenya adds to Zimbabwe's woes

    Zimbabwe cricket suffered another major blow at the Harare Academy ground on Saturday when Kenya beat Zimbabwe A by 30 runs in a low-scoring match played on a substandard pitch

  • Odoyo leads rout of Zimbabwe

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  • Kenya out to prove their credentials

    Kenya arrived in Harare last night on the first leg of a three-week tour which sees them back on the international stage after a year of bitter and divisive infighting