Tuesday, June 27, 2006

Overseas Roundup

It is a busy time for the players overseas at the moment. Hitesh Modi has been selected to play for the MCC during their tour of Holland, though did not play in their win over the Dutch Under 23 side. He did however play on Saturday for club side Chesham, but did not have a great day with the bat only scoring 8. He made up for it by taking a couple of wickets to finish with bowling figures of 2/46 off 11 in his sides draw with Teddington.
James Clegg also had a mixed weekend with the bat scoring only 5 in their league match against Garforth PC, but coming home stronger with 33 in their twenty-20 semi final on Sunday where the highlight of the day had to be the 27 ball 106 scored by Caribbeans Invitational player Adam Rayner. Now that would have been something to see.
Amit Bhudia has linked up with the Kenya a team in Denmark, and was second highest scorer for the side with 21 against Esbjerg. Hope to see more from him in the next couple of matches.
Finally, Subhash Modi is representing Kenya today when he stands as umpire in Scotlands ODI against Pakistan. All the best to him for this, I'm sure he will do Kenya proud.

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