Cricketing for change

Updated: Jun 07, 2013 17:06 IST

A Kenya Wildlife Services (KWS) ranger adjusts the scoreboard during a Twenty twenty match between the Maasai Warriors cricket team and international cricket team the Abassadors, in Ol Pejeta conservency in Laikipia national park. The Maasai Cricket Warriors is a cricket team made up of players from the Maasai tribe; the team play exhibition matches to highlight issues in rural communities including Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), AIDS awareness and poaching. The team are hoping to raise funds through sponsorship to play in the
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A Kenya Wildlife Services (KWS) ranger adjusts the scoreboard during a Twenty twenty match between the Maasai Warriors cricket team and international cricket team the Abassadors, in Ol Pejeta conservency in Laikipia national park. The Maasai Cricket Warriors is a cricket team made up of players from the Maasai tribe; the team play exhibition matches to highlight issues in rural communities including Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), AIDS awareness and poaching. The team are hoping to raise funds through sponsorship to play in the "Last Man Standing" tournament at Lords Cricket grounds in the UK. AFP PHOTO

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