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Kenya stay top of T20 Sub Regional qualifying group

The team registered its third win with a 167 run thrashing of minnows Lesotho by 167 runs on Monday 21 November 2022.

Kenya continue T20 World Cup qualification quest against Malawi

Their opening clash against St. Helena was abandoned on Thursday due to rain with Kenya leading by 48 runs after 4 overs.

Cricket Kenya names squad for T20 World qualifiers

The robin robin tournament features eight teams – hosts Rwanda, Kenya, Botswana, Mali, Malawi, Seychelles, Lesotho and Saint Helena.

Brace yourselves for cricket's KPL!

Sunday 30 October 2022 saw Cricket Kenya announce that it had entered into a five year venture with Indian sports agency, Absolute Sports Agency Private Limited ( ASAPL) to hold the Kenya T20 Premier League

Kenya hit Nigeria in U19 cricket

They had won the toss and elected to bat, and looked dead and buried after being run out by the hosts

Shane Warne: Australia legend dies aged 52

Warne helped Australia win the 1999 50-over World Cup and claimed 293 dismissals in 194 one-day internationals between 1993 and 2005.

Cricket Kenya elects new officials

Former internationals Pearl Omamo and Kennedy Obuya were voted in as directors in charge of women’s cricket and county association representation respectively.

Kenya miss out on Global Qualifier slot

Uganda topped the table with 10 points off 5 wins and the solitary loss to Kenya. The Kenyans were second on 8 points off 4 wins and 2 losses and were certainly left to rue the match day 1 defeat to Tanzania.

Obanda hits a century as Kenya bounce back at ICC Africa T20 Regional Final

They had earlier registered an 8 wicket win over Nigeria, Alex Obanda batting his way into the history books with a monster century that earned him the man of the match accolade, his 103 runs making him the first Kenyan to score a century in a T20 international. The Nigerians had reached 130 for 6 after 20 overs with the Kenyans overhauling them, reaching 136 runs for the loss of 2 wickets after 13.4 overs.

South Africa, Zimbabwe and Namibia to co-host 2027 Cricket World Cup

The 2003 tournament was slightly overshadowed by England and New Zealand refusing to travel to play in Zimbabwe and Kenya respectively because of security concerns.