Aga Khan Sports Club Ground
|Owner||Aga Khan Sports Club|
|Operator||Aga Khan Sports Club|
|Tenants||Aga Khan Sports Club|
2 October 1996:|
Kenya v Pakistan
16 October 1997:|
Kenya v Zimbabwe
As of 5 September 2008|
The Aga Khan Sports Club Ground is a cricket ground in Nairobi, Kenya. The ground is used by Aga Khan Sports Club cricket team. The pitch is considered to be one of the fastest in Kenya, and the venue hosted four One Day Internationals between 1996 and 1997.
Kenya have played first-class matches here against Pakistan A and Namibia, and eight matches were played here during the 1994 ICC Trophy.
|Team (A)||Team (B)||Winner||Margin||Year|
|Kenya||Pakistan||Pakistan||By 4 wickets||1996|
|Bangladesh||Zimbabwe||Zimbabwe||By 172 runs||1997|
|Kenya||Bangladesh||Kenya||By 8 wickets||1997|
|Kenya||Zimbabwe||Zimbabwe||By 7 wickets||1997|
Coordinates: 1°15′38″S 36°49′26″E / 1.260499°S 36.823935°E
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