Wednesday, April 19, 2006
Australian spin-bowling guru Terry Jenner will be in Nairobi to run a 4-day spin coaching clinic between 16th and 19th of May. Not only will this enable Jenner, widely regarded as the mentor behind the success of Shane Warne, to follow up on his earlier work with Collins Obuya, but will also benefit several of Kenya's up and coming spinners. For the youngsters selected to take part, this will be a priceless opportunity to work with a real coaching genius. The camp, organised by Cricket Kenya in conjunction with the ICC's High Performance manager Richard Done, will also be attended by a selected bowler from each of several other African countries. This camp is a huge coup for cricket organisers in Kenya, and is a further illustration of their efforts, and those of the ICC, to improve the standard of the game. There is no doubt that those attending will learn a lot in those four days. We look forward to seeing the results when Kenya A travel to denmark.
Posted by Chemosit at 11:27 pm