- Conclusion and Thanks
- Day 15 – ‘and now the end is near’
- Day 14 – Warriors come out to play!
- Day 13….Group Captain Rubs Ring In Chopper’s Eye
- Day 12…Anyone for Tea?
- Day 11 – a fist full of shillings
- Day 10 – Welcome to Hotel Popular
- Day 9 – ‘ooh, my jacobs’
- Day 8 – ‘The big migration’
- Day 7 – musings from the boundary
- Day 6 – ‘Black Hawk Down’
- Day 5 – The eagle has landed
- Day 4 – ‘The rivers of Nairobi’
- Day 3 – second year for CWB in Karura Forest
- Day 2 Continues
- Day 2 – and so it begins!
- Day 1 – Arrival
- 2 Days to go!!!
- 5 days to go!!
- Stephen Green
- Ed Alexander
- Ghazi Zaki
- Phil Cramp
- Steve Adshead
- Steve Adshead
- Kenya Team – Brighton training Weekend
- Training Weekend – Brighton
- Cricket Without Boundaries
Category Archives: Kenya Daily Blog
We set alarms for the ridiculous hour of 5.40 am in order to have a quick bite to eat, then get on the road. We had been invited to free entry to the Sweetwater Game Reserve, about 20km from Nanyuki. … Continue reading
For the final day of cricket, the group split into 2. Group Captain Green, Steve And Ben had the dubious pleasure of heading back to Dol Dol to run a Continuous Cricket Tournament. They had 2 newly ordained coaches in tow, with … Continue reading
Safe in the knowledge that the sit down facilities at Braeburn were in excellent working order, a full plate of sausages and baked beans were today’s modus operandi in the break fast m.. now without getting into too much detail , … Continue reading
A veritable lie in this morning with alarms set for 8am as the sessions today were all within camels spitting distance of our hotel. The hotel breakfast has proved rather good (couldn’t have got much worse than last weeks to … Continue reading
Guess what? Yes, that’s right up before 7am to get some brekkie before we get into TTPs pleasure bus for the 2 hour to Dol Dol again. Ghazi and Phil had to finish off their Tutors program and the other … Continue reading
TTP was waiting for us just after 7:30am to start the bumpy rude to Dol Dol. I still cannot find the words to explain the discomfort we went through, other than effing horrific. We arrived in Dol Dol 2 hours … Continue reading
Up early again, this time to take what we had been informed would be a 1 hour drive to Dol Dol. Let us inform you at this stage, that TTP drove us here and will be with us all week. … Continue reading
An early start as we prepared for the big migration and to ne honest we are all rather disappointed that David Attenborough is not around with a film crew. Ghazi is wedged in the back row of the bus behind … Continue reading
Well, it had to happen. After sampling the madness of Nairobi drivers for nearly a week, we had a prang….. right in the middle of a roundabout on the way to the last session. Basically, what happened was TTP was … Continue reading