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    Just awful.
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    Haha, absolutely murdered. Serves them right for going in under-strength I suppose. McGlashan is dire.
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    Kenya put their application for Test status in 1..2..3...
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    Would never happen, I mean the Black Caps are hopeless but they are still a class above Kenya.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Perm View Post
    Would never happen, I mean the Black Caps are hopeless but they are still a class above Kenya.
    Just like how Bangladesh would never beat Australia? It could and very easily can happen. Bad Days happen.
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    And Kenya beat Sri Lanka in the last WC.
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    Just trying to retain a sense of national pride really.

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    Kiwi's bounce back to take series
    A maiden half century from Peter McGlashan and an outstanding spin bowling performance from Jeetan Patel buried Kenya two days after the minnows humiliated the Black Caps.
    Batting first yet again, Papps and Vincent put on their best partnership of the series worth 77 runs. They were scared, though, when Onyango and Tikolo had NZ in familiar territory of 4-83. Styris, McGlashan and Oram combined to rebuild New Zealand's innings with a couple of vital middle order partnerships. Tikolo eventually nabbed McGlashan, who looked in fine touch, as New Zealand slowly batted out their innings.

    Kenya openers Ouma and Obuya started confidently until Ouma fell, but Obuya carried on with Shah for a 73 run partnership for the second wicket.
    Jeetan Patel was brought on to bowl and proceeded to run through the side. After Shah and Obuya were out, no one reached double figures as the young offie claimed his best bowling to date and the man of the match award.

    New Zealand 8-227 (50.0)
    P McGlashan 63, M Papps 42
    S Tikolo 3-34, L Onyango 2-32

    Kenya all out 143 (41.3)
    D Obuya 55, R Shah 39
    J Patel 6-25, J Franklin 3-39

    New Zealand won by 84 runs.

    Man of the match and man of the series: J Patel
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    Kenya Series Stats

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    Name		M	Inn	N/O	Runs	Ave	B/F	S/R	HS	100	50	O	M	R	W	Ave	SR	E/R	B/B	4wI
    M Ouma		3	3		32	10.66	62	51.61	17	0	0									
    D Obuya		3	3	1	117	58.5	209	55.98	60*	0	2										
    R Shah		3	3		85	28.33	140	60.71	39	0	0									
    S Tikolo	3	3	1	87	43.5	129	67.44	43	0	0	18	1	87	4	21.75	27	4.83	3\34	0
    T Mishra	3	2		27	13.5	37	72.97	19	0	0									
    C Obuya		3	2		17	8.5	43	39.53	13	0	0	4	0	14	0			3.5		
    T Odoyo		3	2		30	15	45	66.66	30	0	0	27	1	126	2	63	81	4.66	2\26	0
    H Varaiya	3	2		25	12.5	31	80.64	24	0	0	25	0	99	3	33	50	3.96	2\23	0
    J Kamande	3	2		3	1.5	5	60	2	0	0	19.5	0	77	6	12.83	19.5	3.94	4\26	1
    P Ongondo	3	2	1	2	2	7	28.57	1	0	0	26	2	96	3	32	52	3.69	2\37	0
    L Onyango	3	2	1	2	2	6	33.33	2	0	0	25	0	104	3	34.66	50	4.16	2\32	0

    New Zealand
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    Name		M	Inn	N/O	Runs	Ave	B/F	S/R	HS	100	50	O	M	R	W	Ave	SR	E/R	B/B	4wI				
    M Papps		3	3		122	40.66	157	77.70	72	0	1													
    L Vincent	3	3		36	12	89	40.44	25	0	0													
    R Taylor	3	3		64	21.33	90	71.11	55	0	1													
    P Fulton	3	3		78	26	115	67.82	43	0	0													
    S Styris	3	3		49	16.33	92	53.26	37	0	0	23	0	92	2	46	69	4	1\34	0				
    J Oram		3	3	1	79	39.5	104	75.96	40*	0	0	10	1	46	1	46	60	4.6	1\14	0				
    P McGlashan	3	3	1	106	53	163	65.03	63	0	1													
    J Franklin	3	2	1	17	17	36	47.22	11*	0	0	21.3	0	93	6	15.5	21.3	4.36	3\26	0				
    B Diamanti	3	2	1	3	3	6	50	2	0	0	28	2	84	2	42	84	3	1\22	0				
    M Gillespie	3	1		10	10	15	66.66	10	0	0	19.5	3	69	2	34.5	58.5	3.53	1\16	0				
    J Patel		3	2	1	1	1	2	50	1	0	0	16.4	0	72	9	8	10.93	4.39	6\25	1
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