Ndovu, Kifaru eye maiden Maniwa Cup trophy

It may feel like it just begun but the Maniwa Cup T20 Premier League is about to draw its curtains on the second edition of the tournament this weekend. On Sunday,  Sunshine Ndovus face off against the Kifaru Chargers in the Regular Category (Below 40s) while the former will know their opponents today when LogwinContinue reading “Ndovu, Kifaru eye maiden Maniwa Cup trophy”

Rhinos and Simbas eye Maniwa Cup comeback

S&S Acrovent Rhinos believe they can bounce back from their opening loss when they clash against Sunshine Ndovus in their must-win Maniwa T20 Cup ‘Regular competition’ match at Nairobi Gymkhana this weekend, skipper Ram Murugesh has said. Rhinos, one of the four franchises taking part in the second edition of the event, went down byContinue reading “Rhinos and Simbas eye Maniwa Cup comeback”

Sunshine Ndovus dealt major blow as Maniwa Cup enters second week

The second edition of the Maniwa Cup tournament entered its second week of competition this weekend with S&S Acrovent Rhinos and Kifaru Chargers making headway in the Over 40s Category scheduled for Saturday afternoons at Nairobi Gymkhana. Sunshine Ndovu’s hopes of qualifying for the finals of the Over 40’s category suffered a double blow thisContinue reading “Sunshine Ndovus dealt major blow as Maniwa Cup enters second week”

Cricket Kenya’s Lost Generations: The Asirigwas

It’s a sunny morning at the Nairobi Gymkhana as one of the Starfield Sports Limited Academy’s Cricket teams prepares to take on their Swamibapa Sports Club counterparts. I spot one of the Asirigwa brothers, (not sure which one between Brian and Protus) tagging along some of the Starfield players who have just wound up theirContinue reading “Cricket Kenya’s Lost Generations: The Asirigwas”