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Mahmood
August 21, 2002, 03:02 PM
BD scored 230/9.

Sanwar scored 52 runs and took 2 wickets. Rafiqul made 41 and Mridul 34. Thats about it worth mentioning.


They should have sent Rafiq and Sujon. The bowling is extremely weak. Batting is not so bad.

fwullah
August 21, 2002, 11:02 PM
Kennedy Otieno took 113 deliveries to score his unbeaten 146 in 203 minutes.


A 3rd wicket partnership of 108 runs with Thomas Odoyo (39) which took the score from 95 to 203 runs.



Mohammand Ashruful dropped him at deep square leg with scores showing 94 on board.


Obuya shared unbroken seventh wicket stand of 67 with his younger brother, Collins Omondi Obuya (24 from 15 balls) that pushed scores from 255 to 322.



Sanvar Hossain's 52 came from 60 deliveries that included four boundaries.




Sanwar Hossain's two wickets came for 41 runs in his seven overs bowling spell, which is nearly (almost) 6 runs per over.


KCA select thrash Bangladesh
By RICHARD MWANGI
On form Kenya's opening batsman, Kennedy Otieno Obuya, knocked a century in the first one day match that Kenya Cricket Association (KCA) XI beat the touring Bangladesh 'A' by 92 runs at Ruaraka Sports Club yesterday.

Obuya, whose century came from 113 deliveries, was unbeaten on 146, a feat that took him 203 minutes to a achieve.

Batting first after winning the toss, Kenya set a mammoth target of 322 which proved to be a tall order for the tourists to chase.

Obuya who occupied the crease for 50 overs shared a third wicket partnership of 108 with Thomas Odoyo (39) which took scores from 95 to 203.

His score was not chanceless as he was given a life by Mohammand Ashruf who dropped him at deep square leg with scores showing 94 on board.

Obuya shared unbroken seventh wicket stand of 67 with his younger brother, Collins Omondi Obuya (24 from 15 balls with five boundaries) that pushed scores from 255 to 322.

In reply Bangladesh 'A' were 230 for nine with Sanvar Hossain's contribution of 52 from 60 deliveries that included four boundaries.

Hossain also performed well with the ball claiming two wickets for 41 runs in his seven overs bowling spell.

The tourists will return to Ruaraka sports Club for nets today and tomorrow and will be in action on both Saturday and Sunday against Kenya at the same venue.

Source:

http://www.nationaudio.com/News/DailyNation/Today/Sports/Sports63.html

fwullah
August 21, 2002, 11:46 PM
Sanwar was out run out.

Rafiqul (41) batted at top order

Mazharul Haque scored 34

Ashraful scored 9 runs

Tushar Imran scored 5 runs

Alok Kapali 15 runs

Sabbir Khan 15 runs

Source:

http://www.dailyinqilab.com/august22/pdf/s7.pdf