Kennedy Otieno

Kennedy Otieno

Player Details

Name: Kennedy Otieno

Date of birth: 11/03/1972

International Team: Kenya

Domestic Team: Kenya

Role: Wicket Keeper

Bowling Style: Unknown

Batting Style: Right-hand

- ODI debut v India at Cuttack - February 1996.
- T20I debut v Netherlands at Belfast - August 2008.
- The long-standing opening batsman for Kenya.
- Hit 144 in an ODI against Bangladesh in 1997, sharing a then world record 225-run first wicket partnership with Dipak Chudasama.
- Both his ODI hundreds have come against Bangladesh.
- Played every game in the 2003 World Cup, scoring 60 as Kenya beat Sri Lanka and then 79 in a super six defeat to India.
- Missed out on the 2007 World Cup after taking a club contract in Australia for the 2006-2007 season.
- Was left out of the tour to Canada in August 2009.
- Also known as Kennedy Obuya and brother to Kenyan cricketers David and Collins Obuya.
April 2010

International Career Overview


Batting Bowling
Career Span: 2008-2009 Innings Bowled: 1
Matches: 13 Overs: 9.0
Innings: 12 Runs Conceded: 66
Not Outs: 1 Average: 66.0
Runs: 290 Economy Rate: 7.33
Highest Score: 78 Best bowling in Innings: 1/66
Average: 26.36
50s: 2
100s: 0
Ducks: 0
Caught Out: 5
Stumped Out: 0