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Tag Archives: Domestic Cricket

Growing domestic cricket: then and now

  -a blog by andruid: On the 6th of June* in Kenya, a country that is considered by many among the leading nations in the game outside that test world, two 3 day matches will begin between four franchise teams known respectively the Northern Nomads, The Southern Stars, The Western Chiefs, and the Eastern Aces. [...]

2007 review: Kenya – by Andruid

The Good, The Bad, and The Downright Ugly Its been another relatively eventful year in Kenyan cricket where the National team managed to play a total of 17 One Day Internationals four First Class matches and a further four T20 Internationals (5 if you count the game against Uganda) and while off pitch drama between [...]

Kolpaks: Good or Bad?

In English domestic cricket there is a topic causing a lot of debate – the Kolpak rule which allows players from other countries – mainly South Africa – to play and not count as an overseas player due to an EU ruling. An advantage of this rule is that many qualilty players can come in [...]