- A Kenya XI beat Uganda 2-1 in a friendly series.
- Zimbabwe whitewash Kenya 5-0 at home
- A pay dispute between umpires and the NPCA mars the 20-20 competition.
- Cricket Kenya elections see Samir Inamdar and his team elected for a further 4 year term.
- CK appoint a new administration and development team on a full time basis.
- Groundwork gets underway on venues for the U19WC – somewhat ironic as
- ICC insiders say this was when the decision to strip Kenya of U19WC hosting rights was actually made.
- World Cup Qualifiers. Kenya lose to the Netherlands before a run of wins over UAE, Afghanistan and Bermuda put them into the Super 8s where
- Losses to Canada and Namibia jeopardise qualification, but Kenya scrape into 4th spot with wins over Scotland and a weakened Ireland.
- Steve Tikolo resigns as captain of the national team.
- Andy Kirsten’s contract is not renewed after lacklustre performances under his guidance.
- Kenya send an under strength side to the U19 WC Africa qualifiers. A dismal performance sees Kenya finish outside the top 2 who get automatic qualification. Kenya should still qualify as hosts but the ICC are waiting in the wings.
- Stray Lions A beat Kanbis A to take the Ashnil Hotels 40 over competition.
- Swamibapa A win the NPCA 6-a-side knockout tournament
- Cricket Kenya start the search for new captain and coach.
- Coast Cricket Association launch their website. It stutters throughout the year with occasional updates interspersed with long periods of inactivity – a mirror perhaps of action at the coast?
- Nakuru hosts the U13 regional tournament. Kenya lose out to Uganda and the rain which sees Uganda beat Tanzania in the final.
- Kisumu win the RVCA Woolmatt League.
- Maurice Ouma is named Kenya's new captain with Jimmy Kamande named as deputy.
- The ICC unfairly strip Kenya of hosting rights for the U19 World Cup – a matter handled almost as badly by CK as by the ICC, who according to insiders had been looking for an excuse to do this since March.
- Kenya fight hard to hold onto a draw in their Intercontinental Cup match against Ireland.
- Ireland win the following ODI series 3-0 thanks in part to Duckworth-Lewis.
- Kenya Cricket.com relaunches the Player of the Year Award
- The NPCA League starts
- CK register all U19 players – why this was not done before the qualifiers is unclear.
- CK hold a secondary girls schools tournament won by Moi Girls School Nairobi, the defending champions.
- David ‘Maji’ Waters is named an MBE for his services to Kenyan cricket.
- CK finally respond to the U19 World Cup being moved – too little too late for most fans.
- NPCA League continues – Duncan Allen hits the first double century of the season.
- Maurice Obumbe returns to playing cricket amid much fanfare in the local press – results however take longer and are no better than the up and coming players much maligned by his supporters.
- CK organise regional schools tournaments, Menengai Primary win in Rift Valley, Karura forest win in Nairobi.
- CK host U17 trials for the team for the regional finals which Kenya duly win in style.
- Kenya smash Canada in the Intercontinental Cup but lose the rain affected ODI series 1-0.
- Kenya Ladies record their first ever win in the NPCA League beating Oshwal XI in their Div III match.
- CK appoint Eldine Baptiste as Kenya’s new coach – he promises to restore Kenya to its rightful position as top Associate and vows that there will be no free rides in his teams.
- RVCA release their development program which is licked off with over 100 teachers in Nakuru and Kericho being trained on the basics of teaching the game.
- Kenya are drawn in group A for the 2011 WC along with Australia, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, New Zealand, Zimbabwe and Canada.
- CK announce plans to hold a media challenge to improve press relations.
- Banda School win the Peponi 10-10 tournament retaining the title they won last year.
- Kenya tour Zimbabwe losing an Intercontinental Cup match they should have won and
- Getting hammered 4-1 in an ODI series in which at least 2 more games were there for the taking. Seren Waters’ absence due to university was certainly noticed.
- Danish side Dansk tours Mombasa giving valuable match practice to the CCA sides who emerge victorious from all games.
- RVCA Crown Berger 20-20 League starts.
- Article in the local press highlights the development work being done in Laikipia to introduce the Maasai to cricket.
- NPCA League goes down to the wire with Swamibapa A finally breaking the Kanbis stranglehold on the competition.
- Simba Union are relegated from the Super division with Nookers A promoted. Nbi Gymkhana are relegated to Div II while Stray Lions B are promoted to Div I, Quitbis are relegated from Div II while Parklands are promoted from Div III.
- Mombasa Jafferies play host to a series of community and junior development games.
- NPCA Bags and Balers 40-over knockout starts.
- Cricket Without Boundaries arrive in Kenya and promise to double their visits from 2010 onwards.
- Kenya Ladies Juniors lose out to Tanzania and Uganda in the regional championships.
- CK hold U17 Leagues in all 3 provinces. Nbi Gymkhana take the NPCA title, Coast Tuskers take the coast title, no word from Rift Valley however.
- SCLPSYL hold the first ever Day-Night match in Kenya followed by a community tournament.
- Kenya’s remaining Intercontinental Cup matches are released by the ICC.
- Uganda visit Kenya for a 20-20 series which they win 2-0 and
- An ODI series in which Kenya emphatically turn the tables 3-0.
- Kenya Ladies become our second Continental Champions beating both Tanzania and Uganda twice to break an 8-year drought.
- Tom Tikolo resigns over misappropriation of funds ending the year on a sour note for Kenyan cricket.