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    Kenya v Zim

    Well at the moment, NZ's chances of qualifying are looking worse.
    Zimbabwe have slumped to 86/5 with Andy Flower showing any resistence..I think Zimbabwe could go backwards in world cricket once Flower retires.

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    7/108 in the 35th, looks good for Kenya to get through to the semis.

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    129/9. Kenya are the big power in Africa now:P
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    Kenya 134 to win. Should be plain sailing into the semis now and third place too - the day/nighter against India.

    Should is a bigger word than if.

    Llamas are bigger than frogs too.
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    Henry's playing...
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    20...that's a rather big number :(:(:(

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    Kenya 21-0 5.5 overs.

    Shah dropped twice (one was a tough chance, the other was a fastish slip catch), one inside edge past the stumps and a caught behind appeal given not out (everything points to it being out).

    His opening partner is Kennedy Otieno who now wishes to be known as Obuya again.
    Full name: Kennedy Otieno Obuya, you tell me...:duh:
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    Odumbe and Odoyo finish it off with a flurry of boundaries. Another slap on the wrist for people who said they didn't deserve to be there.

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    Well It's an India v Kenya semi now :P

    I wonder how this game will be :P

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    Originally posted by krkode
    Well It's an India v Kenya semi now :P

    I wonder how this game will be :P
    It's a D/N, it will depend on who wins the toss :P

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    Why will it?

    It didn't when the 2 sides met in a day nighter just a few days ago, so what means this one will be any different?
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    Well Done Kenya !!! Congradulations ! Another exceptionally well planned and executed victory.

    I shall raise my glass to Kenya tonight ! one for the minnows. Good luck at the semis.

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    Originally posted by Rik
    It's a D/N, it will depend on who wins the toss :P
    It's still better than playing SL or NZ :P
    Last edited by krkode; 12-03-2003 at 02:21 PM.

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    Zimbabwe look at a very low ebb, i think its after the news that Andy Flower has retired..

    They will definitely go back in world cricket, but they have a very good academy setup, and I like the look of Blignaut, Taibu, friend and Ervine..They just need to convert talent into serious runs and wickets..Guys like Streak, Carlisle and Campbell should keep going for a while to nurture the next generation...
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    Originally posted by marc71178
    Why will it?

    It didn't when the 2 sides met in a day nighter just a few days ago, so what means this one will be any different?
    Cast your mind back to one of the other games played at Durban which was also a day-nighter...England vs India :rolleyes:

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    Originally posted by Rik
    Cast your mind back to one of the other games played at Durban which was also a day-nighter...England vs India :rolleyes:
    Well the other "Wonder Day-Nighter" where England beat Pakistan was at Capetown, and Ind beat Kenya at Capetown...

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