- 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: Pen Portraits
Stephen Green I currently live in the Borders of Scotland although I am originally from Yorkshire. I still play Cricket for my local club side – Penicuik – and I am Youth Convenor for the club. I coach junior sides … Continue reading
Ed Alexander I’m 25 years old and currently work for M.C.C. at Lord’s where I’ve seen first-hand many different sides to the development and maintenance of cricket round the world. This Cricket Without Boundaries project has given me the opportunity … Continue reading
Ghazi Zaki ECB Tutor, Assessor, Field Based Trainer and Internal Verifier EBC Level 3 Coach Regional Representative for Staffordshire Coaches Association Hon Chairman & Secretary and player at Penn Cricket Club where I have been a member for nearly 30 years … Continue reading
Phil Cramp After 25 years working in the city, my company gave me a year off for good behaviour and what a year its been. My passion is cricket…coaching and watching only these days as my playing days seem a … Continue reading
Steve Adshead Having been fortunate enough to play professional cricket for 12 years at various counties but predominately Gloucestershire, I saw this trip as an amazing opportunity to put something back in to the game that has given me so … Continue reading
The Cricket Without Boundaries Trust was established in April 2005 by founder-trustees Andy Hobbs, Chris Kangis and Ed Williams. It is a registered charity in the UK, number 1111316, operating under the name of Cricket Without Boundaries (“CWB”). CWB has … Continue reading