Monday, September 27, 2010


Kanbis A 174/6 Defeated Stray Lions A 171
SCLYL A 308 Defeated Simba Union A 141
Kongonis Dev 346/8 defeated Jafferys 62
Nairobi Nookers A 167/0 Defeated Sir Ali A 166
Swamibapa A 113/6 Defeated Nairobi Gymkhana 110
Stray Lions 'B' 215/4 Defeated Ruaraka A 213
Premier 188 Defeated Kanbis B 157
Swamibapa B 325 Defeated Ngara 107
Nairobi Gymkhana B 206/4 Defeated Golden XI 205
Goan Institute A 191 Defeated Anadil Jamaly 162
Sir Ali B 87/2 Defeated Simba Union B 85
SCLYL B 221/8 Defeated Parklands A 217
Aaryans 209 Defeated Nookers B 134
Ruaraka B 312 Defeated Kenya Ladies 60
Parklands B 221/9 Defeated Goan Institute B 220
Thika XI 395 Defeated Stray/Nookers Juniors 87.

Odumbe XI defeat Karim XI @ Samosa Festival.

Maurice Odumbe XI beat Irfan Karim XI by 8 runs in an exciting match in the Samosa Festival Cricket match which was officiated by Subhash Modi, Raju Limbani and Lalji Bhudia. The match was also graced by the presence of Cricket Kenya CEO, Tom Sears, Past KCA Chairmen, Jasmer Singh and Sharad Ghai. Brief Scores:-
Maurice Odumbe XI: 99 for 8 wickets in 20 overs(Fowel Oloo 29, Tanmay Mishra 20, Ramesh Mepani 2/23, Martin Suji 1/8
Irfan Karim XI: 91 for 7 wickets in 20 overs(Irfan Karim 37, Maurice Odumbe 2/9, Aasif Karim 1/8, Harshvaadan Patel 2/16)

Kanbis remain undefeated.

Kanbis Sports Club who have already won the NPCA Super League title with one game in a hand beat Stray Lions by four wickets today(Sunday) at Eastleigh Secondary School Ground.
The match was umpired by Subhash Modi and David Odhiambo.
Stray Lions won the toss and elected to bat first and managed to score 171 all out in 44 overs thanks mainly to Paras Khetia 45, Peter Kituku 28 and Runish Gudka 28. Bowling honours were shared by Rikesh Hirani 5/35, Harish Varshani 2/25 and Rajesh Varshani 2/10.
Kanbis Scored the required runs - 174 for the loss of six wickets. Rakep Patel(85) and Alpesh Bhudia(50) put up a match winning and opening partnership of 130 runs. Jimmy Kamande was the most successful bowler for the visitors as he claimed four wickets for 48 runs and Sachin Kadelvear 2 wickets for 29 runs.