Zimbabwe 'A' forces draw in second three-day game

Published: Saturday, December 8, 2001, 1:03 [IST]
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Nairobi: The second three-day cricket match between Kenya and Zimbabwe 'A' ended in a draw at the Simba Union Club on Thursday, despite Gavin Rennies's unbeaten ton for the visitors.
The tie was declared a draw after the hosts realised they would not get all the Zimbabwean wickets while the touring side would not reach the target of 461. Kenya resumed its second innings with an overnight lead of 146 and declared on 314, setting Zimbabwe a total of 460. Zimbabwe made 199 for a loss of one wicket in 42.3 overs when the match was agreed as a draw. Unbeaten Rennie became the first Zimbabwe player to reach a century in the series, his 111 coming from 127 balls.

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