By Fredrick Muoki
National cricket under 19 boys’ team will play its third World cup qualifiers match against Uganda Tuesday at the Jaffrey Club in Nairobi.
The Kenyan team which started its campaign on a high note beating Ghana by 82 runs and winning its second round match against Botswana by seven wickets has four points from the two matches it has played so far.
Kenya will then face Ghana in a return match on Wednesday and take on Botswana on Thursday and finally lock horns with Uganda in a return leg match this Saturday.
Four countries, Kenya, Uganda, Botswana and Ghana are battling for a sole ticket to represent Africa continent in the 2018 Cricket Under 19 World Cup in New Zealand.
The winner of the tournament will join Namibia, who got an automatic qualification for the New Zealand event for being the highest ranked associate team in the 2016 Under-19 World Cup in Bangladesh.