Saturday, April 01, 2006

Sri Lankan Prodigy To Play For Kenya

Exciting news for Kenya Cricket fans, one of Sri Lanka's best young players is going to jump ship, and play for the country he grew up in. An off spinner like Murali, he has topped both the bowling figures in the Sri Lankan league with 68 wickets at an average of 13, and a strike rate of 9.89. Also more than capable with the bat, he comes in at three for his club side and averages 47.24 with a strike rate of 87.3! A great find for Kenya who need both a wicket taker and batsman. Exploiting a loophole in the ICC regulations, an insider from Kenya tells me he will be able to play for Kenya as early as next month. Lifo Pilora grew up in Kenya, and went to school at Kenton College in Nairobi. Yeah baby!

1 comment:

Jason said...

You had me there! :)