Ngoche leads Swamibapa’s pacy comeback

Nehemiah Ngoche put up a brilliant ‘performance of the season’  with the ball to help Swamibapa Sports Club ‘A’ bag their away match to Ngara Sports Club ‘A’ by five wickets and keep their League title hopes alive. Swamibapa are still secured at second place with a match in hand, advancing to Wednesday’s match withContinue reading “Ngoche leads Swamibapa’s pacy comeback”

Super League faces litmus test in defining fixtures

The Nairobi Provincial Cricket Association (NPCA) League shifts new gears this week with season defining fixtures on Sunday and during the Mashujaa Day holiday on Wednesday. A busy weekend beckons as the Youth League featuring 8 U – 19 and 5 U – 15 teams also bowls off on Saturday,16th October, with 11 and 29Continue reading “Super League faces litmus test in defining fixtures”

Sikh Union set for double duel as Gymkhana look to bounce back

The 2021 Nairobi Provincial Cricket Association (NPCA) 50 – over League picks up gears this weekend with matches scheduled to stretch through to Monday, 11th October due to the Utamaduni Day holiday. As is the norm, the long holiday also means that teams are set to miss key players set to be out of townContinue reading “Sikh Union set for double duel as Gymkhana look to bounce back”

Rushabh wins battle of the bloodline, only barely

The highly anticipated Nairobi Provincial Cricket Association (NPCA) brotherly duel between Harshvardan and Rushabhvardan Patel ended in an anti-climax for hosts Nairobi Gymkhana who lost the tussle by 22 runs further exacerbating their tough luck with a slip down the Super League rankings to 7th. Gymkhana’s skipper is aware that they botched their way throughContinue reading “Rushabh wins battle of the bloodline, only barely”

Brotherly duel set to light up Nairobi Gymkhana

“We are both players that never give less than 100% on the field and for the 8 odd hours we’ll be on the field, the ‘brothers’ tag will take a backseat and we will be purely competitors,” says Nairobi Gymkhana ‘A’ skipper Harshvardan Patel in reference to his brother, Swamibapa Sports Club ‘A’s captain, RushabhvardanContinue reading “Brotherly duel set to light up Nairobi Gymkhana”

Swamibapa condemn Kanbis to stacked middle card

Nine bowlers were not enough to stop Swamibapa Sports Club ‘A’ from comfortably beating Kanbis Sports Club ‘A’ by five wickets and roping them into the already crammed mid – table card. Kanbis are now tied with Swamibapa and Sir Ali Sports Club ‘A’ in 2nd place with 24 points, leaving Stray Lions Cricket ClubContinue reading “Swamibapa condemn Kanbis to stacked middle card”

Swamibapa face conundrum against rampaging Sir Ali

The Nairobi Provincial Cricket Association (NPCA) League spices up this weekend with red hot Sir Ali Muslim Club ‘A’ hosting Swamibapa Sports Club ‘A’ in the 50 – over competition. Swamibapa face a conundrum if they are to miss the services of skipper Rushab Patel, pacemen Nehemiah Ngoche and Peter Koech alongside dependable spinner JamesContinue reading “Swamibapa face conundrum against rampaging Sir Ali”

Stray ‘Lions’ successfully escape Swamis trap

In a contest of ordinary batting, Stray Lions Cricket Club ‘A’ had the extra bit of quality to successfully chase an under-par Swamibapa Cricket Club ‘A’ total at Peponi School. Swamibapa seemed to lack the enterprise and skill to handle Stray Lions’ bowling, but their bowlers and fielders were spirited in the defense, dragging theContinue reading “Stray ‘Lions’ successfully escape Swamis trap”

Ngoche siblings face off as Lions duel with Swamibapa

Battered and bruised, Stray Lions Cricket Club ‘A’ and Swamibapa Sports Club ‘A’ will converge at Peponi School on Sunday to determine who licked the wounds of defeat better following heavy maiden season defeats to Sir Ali Muslim Club ‘A’ and Ngara Sports Club ‘A’. This, with the 2021 Nairobi Provincial Cricket Association 50 –Continue reading “Ngoche siblings face off as Lions duel with Swamibapa”

Patel steers Ngara back on course, humiliating Swamibapa

Vraj Patel rediscovered his opening match form to scalp another five – fer that helped Ngara Sports Club ‘A’ beat Swamibapa Sports Club ‘A’ by 6 wickets. Patel scalped 5/21 off 9 overs as Swamibapa Sports Club ‘A’ were bowled out for just 116 runs inside 33 overs in a terrible batting show. Rushab PatelContinue reading “Patel steers Ngara back on course, humiliating Swamibapa”