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Nairobi Gymkhana Club Ground, Nairobi

  • CountryKenya
  • CityNairobi
  • Capacity7000
  • Flooditno
  • Established-
  • EndsCity End and Forest Road End

With a capacity of 7,000 it hosted its first ODI between Kenya and Sri Lanka on September 28, 1996. Eleven years later it made its T20 debut as well when Kenya played against Bangladesh on September 1, 2007. One of the main cricket venue in the country, and the biggest ground in Kenya, it is home to one of Kenya's oldest and most influential clubs, the Gymkhana. It is situated 5500 feet above sea level making it the highest ground in Kenya. It was the grants provided by the ICC that helped Kenya host the 2000 ICC Champions Trophy. A mixture of grass banking and wooden stands, with a media centre, it provides good accommodation to players and the public.

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Matches
60
Home Team Wins
11
Away Team Wins
25
Wins batting 1st
26
Wins batting 2nd
33
No Results
1
Neutral Team Wins
23
Matches Tied
0
Most Prolific Batsman
Steve Tikolo
756
Runs
Most Prolific Bowler
Steve Tikolo
30
Wickets
Highest Innings Score
371/9
by Pakistan on October 4, 1996 - Pakistan beat Sri Lanka by 82 runs
Lowest Innings Score
84/10
by Kenya on September 2, 2002 - Australia beat Kenya by 8 wickets
Highest Score by an Individual
146
by Matthew Hayden v Pakistan on August 30, 2002 - Australia beat Pakistan by 224 runs
Best Bowling Figures by an Individual
6/23
by Allan Donald v Kenya on October 3, 1996 - South Africa beat Kenya by 202 runs
Matches
5
Home Team Wins
2
Away Team Wins
2
Wins batting 1st
1
Wins batting 2nd
4
No Results
0
Neutral Team Wins
1
Matches Tied
0
>Most Prolific Batsman
David Obuya
152
Runs
Most Prolific Bowler
Nehemiah Odhiambo
5
Wickets
Highest Innings Score
191/7
by Pakistan on September 2, 2007 - Pakistan beat Bangladesh by 30 runs
Lowest Innings Score
92/10
by Kenya on September 4, 2007 - Pakistan beat Kenya by 8 wickets
Highest Score by an Individual
81
by Nazimuddin v Pakistan on September 2, 2007 - Pakistan beat Bangladesh by 30 runs
Best Bowling Figures by an Individual
5/20
by Nehemiah Odhiambo v Scotland on February 4, 2010 - Kenya beat Scotland by 10 wickets
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