Saturday, November 11, 2006

Kenya vs Bermuda 1st ODI

Kenya won the toss and are batting first.
Ouma (0) and Suji (2) the early casualties as we sit on 76/2 after 20.
David Obuya is on 43 and Steve is on 18.

I will be trying to keep abreast of things on the Cricket Europe - Kenya site.

Scores are courtesy of

Friday, November 10, 2006

NPCA Latest Results

All the results from the last 2 weekends have now been updated on the Cricket Europe- Kenya site. Kanbis look to be sitting pretty at the top of both the Super Division and Division 1 - with two such strong sides, one wonders if they have any thought of adding a third string team next season. Stray Lions A look to be the team gunning for promotion from Division 2, while Parklands Ndovu's win over Sir Ali B means they now top the table in Division 3.
At the other end of the tables, it is also fairly clear cut as to who looks like going down. Sir Ali Muslim A have a chance of overtaking Kongonis or possible Aga Khan in the Super Division, but SCLYL are pretty much dead and buried at the bottom of division 1. Gymkhana B are the team in danger in Division 2 and look to only have a slight chance of overtaking 6th placed Quitbis. Bottom of Division 3 are Oshwal, but they will be bouyed by their win over Jafferys and with 3 matches still to play could get themselves out of contention for the wooden spoon.

Wednesday, November 08, 2006


Well sort of. I am at least now back at the keyboard, but in terms of cricket coverage, will be concentrating mostly on Cricket Europe - Kenya for the time being. There are a couple of new articles there from the last couple of days. Thanks for the understanding and support from everyone, it has been much appreciated. In time, I may also get back to blogging with my opinions etc, but not sure yet how things will pan out timewise.
Those of you who I had been in email contact with who have not had an email from me in the last couple of days, it is because I had a stuff-up and lost my address book. It does not mean I am not keen on keeping in touch, so drop me an email if you would like to stay in contact. It would be good to hear from you, especially those club players in Kenya.