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CRICKET-WORLD/ENGLAND
RTR1NV52
March 24, 2007
Kenya's Ravindu Shah (2nd L), Collins Obuya (C), Maurice Ouma and Tanmay Mishra (R) celebrate the dismissal...
GROS ISLET, St. Lucia
Kenya's players celebrate after dismisssal during match against England in Gros Islet
Kenya's Ravindu Shah (2nd L), Collins Obuya (C), Maurice Ouma and Tanmay Mishra (R) celebrate the dismissal of England's Michael Vaughan by Peter Ongondo (L) during their World Cup cricket match in Gros Islet March 24, 2007. MOBILES OUT, EDITORIAL USE ONLY REUTERS/Simon Baker (ST. LUCIA)
CRICKET-WORLD/ENGLAND
RTR1NUP6
March 24, 2007
England's James Anderson (L) celebrates bowling out Kenya's Ravindu Shah during their World Cup cricket...
GROS ISLET, St. Lucia
England's Anderson celebrates bowling out Kenya's Shah during their World Cup cricket match in Gros Islet...
England's James Anderson (L) celebrates bowling out Kenya's Ravindu Shah during their World Cup cricket match in Gros Islet, March 24, 2007. MOBILES OUT, EDITORIAL USE ONLY REUTERS/Darren Staples (ST. LUCIA)
CRICKET-WORLD/
RTR1NUON
March 24, 2007
Kenya's Ravindu Shah is bowled out by England's James Anderson during their World Cup cricket match in...
GROS ISLET, St. Lucia
Kenya's Shah is bowled out by England's Anderson during their World Cup cricket match in Gros Islet
Kenya's Ravindu Shah is bowled out by England's James Anderson during their World Cup cricket match in Gros Islet, March 24, 2007. MOBILES OUT, EDITORIAL USE ONLY REUTERS/Darren Staples (ST. LUCIA)
CRICKET-WORLD/ZEALAND
RTR1NP8Z
March 20, 2007
New Zealand's Daniel Vettori celebrates his dismissal of Kenya's Ravindu Shah as umpire Billy Doctrove...
GROS ISLET, St. Lucia
New Zealand's Vettori leaps to celebrate dismissal as umpire Doctrove watches during their match against...
New Zealand's Daniel Vettori celebrates his dismissal of Kenya's Ravindu Shah as umpire Billy Doctrove (R) watches during their World Cup cricket match in Gros Islet March 20, 2007. MOBILES OUT, EDITORIAL USE ONLY REUTERS/Simon Baker (ST. LUCIA)
CRICKET-WORLD/ZEALAND
RTR1NP8K
March 20, 2007
Kenya's Ravindu Shah plays a shot as New Zealand wicketkeeper Brendon McCullum (R) watches during their...
GROS ISLET, St. Lucia
Kenya's Shah plays shot as New Zealand's McCullum watches during their match in Gros Islet
Kenya's Ravindu Shah plays a shot as New Zealand wicketkeeper Brendon McCullum (R) watches during their World Cup cricket match in Gros Islet March 20, 2007. MOBILES OUT, EDITORIAL USE ONLY REUTERS/Simon Baker (ST. LUCIA)
SPORT CRICKET
RTRXKHR
September 15, 2004
Pakistan's bowler Naved-ul-Hasan Rana (R) celebrates taking Kenya's Ravindu Shah wicket for 0 during...
Birmingham, UK
Pakistan's bowler Rana celebrates taking Kenya's Shah wicket for 0 during their ICC match at Edgbaston....
Pakistan's bowler Naved-ul-Hasan Rana (R) celebrates taking Kenya's Ravindu Shah wicket for 0 during their ICC match at Edgbaston September 15, 2004. REUTERS/Russell Boyce RUS/GB
SPORT CRICKET WORLD CUP
RTR12RQW
March 20, 2003
Indian bowler Zaheer Khan unsuccessfully appeals for a Leg Before
Wicket of Kenya's batsman Ravindu...
Durban, South Africa
INDIA'S BOWLER ZAHEER KHAH APPEALS FOR LBW OF KENYAS RAVINDU SHAH IN
DURBAN SOUTH AFRICA.
Indian bowler Zaheer Khan unsuccessfully appeals for a Leg Before
Wicket of Kenya's batsman Ravindu Shah (at the back) during their semi
final match of the Cricket World Cup in Kingsmead Durban, South Africa
March 20, 2003. India won by 91 runs.India will meet with Austraila for
the final. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna

AN-
SPORT CRICKET
RTR12N2D
March 12, 2003
Kenya's Ravindu Shah jumps into the arms of team mate Collins Obuya
after Zimbabwe's captain Heath Streak...
Bloemfontein, South Africa
KENYA CELEBRATE AFTER ZIMBABWE CAPTAIN STREAK WAS CAUGHT OUT AT WORLD
CUP.
Kenya's Ravindu Shah jumps into the arms of team mate Collins Obuya
after Zimbabwe's captain Heath Streak was caught out for a duck during
Super Sixes at the Cricket World Cup in Bloemfontein, South Africa
March 12, 2003. On the left is Kenya captain Steve Tikolo. Zimbabwe
ended their innings all out for 133. REUTERS/Andy Clark

AC
SPORT CRICKET
RTR12MGR
March 11, 2003
Members of the Kenya cricket team including Ravindu Shah (C) do their
stretching exercises during a...
Bloemfontein, South Africa
KENYA CRICKET TEAM WORKOUTS OUT FOR NEXT MATCH AT WORLD CUP.
Members of the Kenya cricket team including Ravindu Shah (C) do their
stretching exercises during a team workout at Goodyear Park in
Bloemfontein, South Africa March 11, 2003. Kenya will meet Zimbabwe,
March 12, in their next Super Six match at the World Cup. REUTERS/Andy
Clark

AC
SPORT CRICKET
RTR12KB8
March 07, 2003
Kenyan batsman Ravindu Shah leaves the field, while Indian bowler
Zaheer Khan (L) celebrates with team...
Cape Town, South Africa
KENYAN BATSMAN RAVINDU SHAH LEAVES THE PITCH AFTER RUN OUT AGAINST
INDIA.
Kenyan batsman Ravindu Shah leaves the field, while Indian bowler
Zaheer Khan (L) celebrates with team mates, after being run out for 34
runs during the match at the Newlands Cricket Stadium in Cape Town,
South Africa March 7, 2003. The teams are playing in a Super Six game
of the cricket World Cup. REUTERS/Howard Burditt

HB/CRB
SPORT CRICKET
RTR12KB1
March 07, 2003
KENYAN BATSMAN RAVINDU SHAH WATCHES AS HE IS RUN OUT AGAINST INDIA
DUIRNG WORLD CUP MATCH IN CAPE TOWN....
Cape Town, South Africa - Republic of South Africa
KENYAN BATSMAN RAVINDU SHAH WATCHES AS HE IS RUN OUT AGAINST INDIA
DUIRNG WORLD CUP MATCH IN ...
KENYAN BATSMAN RAVINDU SHAH WATCHES AS HE IS RUN OUT AGAINST INDIA
DUIRNG WORLD CUP MATCH IN CAPE TOWN.
SPORT CRICKET
RTR12KAM
March 07, 2003
Kenya's Ravindu Shah hits a shot during a Super six match between Kenya
and India in Cape Town, South...
Cape Town, South Africa
KENYA'S RAVINDU SHAH HITS A SHOT DURING SUPER SIX MATCH AGAINST INDIA
IN CAPE TOWN.
Kenya's Ravindu Shah hits a shot during a Super six match between Kenya
and India in Cape Town, South Africa, March 7, 2003. REUTERS/Arko
Datta

AD/GB
SPORT CRICKET
RTR122NY
February 12, 2003
Kenya's Ravindu Shah celebrates his fifty against South Africa in their
2003 Cricket World Cup match,...
Cape Town, South Africa
KENYA'S RAVINDU SHAH CELEBRATES HIS 50 AGAINST SOUTH AFRICA.
Kenya's Ravindu Shah celebrates his fifty against South Africa in their
2003 Cricket World Cup match, February 12, 2003. Shah score 60 of his
sides total of 140 all out. The tournament, which has been caught up in
political turmoil and security concerns around games scheduled for
Kenya and Zimbabwe, runs until March 23. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings

MH/WS
SPORT CRICKET WORLD
RTR122NM
February 12, 2003
South Africa's Charl Langeveld appeals for the wicket of Kenya's
Ravindu Shah during their Cricket World...
Potchefstroom, South Africa
SOUTH AFRICA'S LANGEVELD APPEALS FOR A KENYAN WICKET DURING WORLD CUP
MATCH IN CAPE TOWN.
South Africa's Charl Langeveld appeals for the wicket of Kenya's
Ravindu Shah during their Cricket World Cup match, February 12, 2003.
Kenya were all out for 140 runs in their innings. The tournament, which
has been caught up in political turmoil and security concerns around
games scheduled for Kenya and Zimbabwe, runs until March 23.
REUTERS/Mike Hutchings

MH/CRB
SPORTS CRICKET
RTRYQ75
September 20, 2002
South Africa's bowler Shaun Pollock (C) and Justing Ontong (R)
celebrate Kenya's wicket of Ravindu Shah...
Colombo, Sri Lanka - Democratic Socialist Republic of
SOUTH AFRICA'S POLLOCK AND ONTONG CELBRATE DISMISSING KENYA'S SHAH
DURING ICC POOL MATCH IN SRILANKA....
South Africa's bowler Shaun Pollock (C) and Justing Ontong (R)
celebrate Kenya's wicket of Ravindu Shah during their pool match
between Kenya and South Africa in the ICC Champions Trophy in Colombo
Sri Lanka on September 20, 2002. South Africa made 316 run for their
innings. REUTERS/Anuruddha Lokuhapuarachchi

AL/JS
SPORT CRICKET
RTR14XPM
December 02, 2001
Kenyan wicket keeper Kennedy Otieno celebrates with his team mate
Ravindu Shah (top) after the dismissal...
Nairobi, Kenya
KENYAS WICKETKEEPER OTIENO CELEBRATES WITH HIS TEAM MATE SHAH.
Kenyan wicket keeper Kennedy Otieno celebrates with his team mate
Ravindu Shah (top) after the dismissal of Zimbabwe A batsman Dirk
Viljoen during the third day of a three day test match at the Nairobi
Gymkhana Club in Nairobi December 2, 2001. Viljoen scored nine of his
side's 148 runs, but Kenya won by an innings and 23 runs.
REUTERS/Antony Njuguna

AN/GB
SPORT CRICKET
RTR14XAE
November 30, 2001
Zimbabwe's team 'A' Guy whittall hits a four against Steve Tikolo (not
in the picture) as Ravindu Shah...
Nairobi, Kenya
ZIMBABWEAN WHITTALL HITS A FOUR.
Zimbabwe's team 'A' Guy whittall hits a four against Steve Tikolo (not
in the picture) as Ravindu Shah of Kenya looks on in their three day
match November 30, 2001. Whittall scored 25 of his side's 225 for 8 off
90 overs. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna

AN/CLH/
SPORTS CRICKET
RTR14ORI
October 07, 2001
Kenyan batsman Shah Ravindu ducks the ball watched by South African
Herschelle Gibbs during a one-day...
Benoni, South Africa
KENYAN BATSMAN SHAH RAVINDU DUCKS THE BALL DURING THEIR ONE DAY
INTERNATIONAL TOUR MATCH.
Kenyan batsman Shah Ravindu ducks the ball watched by South African
Herschelle Gibbs during a one-day International tour between Kenya and
South Africa at the Benoni cricket stadium east of Johannesburg October
7, 2001. Kenya scored 130 runs in the first innings. REUTERS/Juda
Ngwenya

JN/
SPORTS CRICKET
RTR14ORF
October 07, 2001
Kenyan batsman Shah Ravindu ducks out of the way of the ball during the
one-day international match...
Benoni, South Africa - Republic of South Africa
KENYAN BATSMAN SHAH RAVINDU DUCKS THE BALL DURING THEIR ONE DAY
INTERNATIONAL TOUR MATCH.
Kenyan batsman Shah Ravindu ducks out of the way of the ball during the
one-day international match between Kenya and South Africa at the
Benoni cricket stadium east of Johannesburg October 7, 2001. Kenya
scored 130 runs in their innings. REUTERS/Juda Ngwenya

JN/
SPORTS CRICKET
RTR14OR5
October 07, 2001
Kenya's batsman Shah Ravindu ducks the ball during a one day
International match against South Africa...
Benoni, South Africa
KENYA'S BATSMAN SHAH RAVINDU DUCKS THE BALL DURING THEIR ONE DAY
INTERNATIONAL AGAINST SAFRICA.
Kenya's batsman Shah Ravindu ducks the ball during a one day
International match against South Africa at the Benoni cricket stadium
east of Johannesburg October 7, 2001. Kenya scored 130 runs in the
first innings. REUTERS Juda Ngwenya REUTERS

JN/FMS
SPORTS CRICKET
RTR14OR1
October 07, 2001
Kenyan batsman David Obuya (R) and Shah Ravindu takes a break during a
one day International against...
Benoni, South Africa
KENYAN BATSMAN DAVID OBUYA AND RAVIUNDU TAKE A BREAK DURING THEIR ONE
DAY MATCH.
Kenyan batsman David Obuya (R) and Shah Ravindu takes a break during a
one day International against South Africa at the Benoni cricket
stadium east of Johannesburg October 7,2001. Kenya scored 130 runs in
the first innings. REUTERS/Juda Ngwenya

JN/FMS
SPORT CRICKET
RTR11DKE
October 03, 2000
India's Zaheer Khan appeals unsuccessfully for the wicket of Kenyan batsman Ravindu Shah during the opening...
Nairobi, Kenya
INDIAN BOWLER ZAHEER KHAN APPEALS FOR THE WICKET OF KENYAN RAVINDU SHAH.
India's Zaheer Khan appeals unsuccessfully for the wicket of Kenyan batsman Ravindu Shah during the opening match of the ICC Knockout 2000 Tournament in Nairobi, October 3 2000. Shah scored sixty of his sides 208 for 9 in their innings. All ten of the world's main cricketing nations are competing in the tournament which ends on October 15.

MH/
SPORT CRICKET
RTR11DJP
October 03, 2000
Kenyan batsman Ravindu Shah gets the ball away as Indian wicketkeeper Vijay Dahiya looks on during the...
Nairobi, Kenya
KENYAN BATSMAN RAVINDU SHAH ON HIS WAY TO A SIXTY SCORE AGAINST INDIA.
Kenyan batsman Ravindu Shah gets the ball away as Indian wicketkeeper Vijay Dahiya looks on during the opening match of the ICC Knockout 2000 Tournament in Nairobi, October 3 2000. Shah scored sixty of his sides 208 for 9 in their innings. All ten of the world's main cricketing nations are competing in the tournament which ends on October 15.

MH/
SPORT CRICKET
RTR10YAP
May 26, 1999
South Africa's Jacques Kallis is hit for four runs by Kenyan batsman Ravindu Shah during their Cricket...
Amsterdam, Netherlands
KALLIS BOWLS TO KENYA'S SHAH DURING WORLD CUP GAME IN AMSTERDAM.
South Africa's Jacques Kallis is hit for four runs by Kenyan batsman Ravindu Shah during their Cricket World Cup match at the VRA Cricket Ground in Amsterdam May 26. Shah was bowled out for 51 by Allan Donald.

DJM/PS
SPORT CRICKET
RTR10T5O
May 18, 1999
Kenya's Ravindu Shah looks back as England's bowler Darren Gough (L) celebrates taking his wicket for...
Canterbury, UK
ENGLAND'S GOUGH CELEBRATES TAKING THE WICKET OF KENYA'S RAVINDU SHAH.
Kenya's Ravindu Shah looks back as England's bowler Darren Gough (L) celebrates taking his wicket for 46 runs during their World Cup Cricket match May 18. England are looking for their second win in the tournament after beating Cup holders Sri Lanka last week.

RUS/PS/WS
SPORT CRICKET
RTR10T57
May 18, 1999
Kenya's Ravindu Shah sweeps four off England's Robert Croft as England keeper Alec Stewart (R) watches...
Canterbury, UK
KENYA'S RAVINDU SHAH HITS A FOUR OFF CROFT.
Kenya's Ravindu Shah sweeps four off England's Robert Croft as England keeper Alec Stewart (R) watches during their World Cup Cricket match May 18. England are looking for their second win in the tournament after beating cup holders Sri Lanka last week.

RUS/ME
SPORT CRICKET
RTR10T2X
May 18, 1999
England's bowler Mark Ealham watches as Kenya's Ravindu Shah and Steve Tikolo (L) make two more runs...
Canterbury, UK
ENGLAND'S BOWLER EALHAM WATCHES KENYAN BATSMEN MAKE ANOTHER RUN.
England's bowler Mark Ealham watches as Kenya's Ravindu Shah and Steve Tikolo (L) make two more runs during their World Cup Cricket match May 18. England are looking for their second win in the tournament after beating cup holders Sri Lanka last week.

RUS/PS/ME
SPORT CRICKET
RTR10T2S
May 18, 1999
Kenya's Ravindu Shah hits a four off England Mark Ealham during their World Cup Cricket match May 18....
Canterbury, UK
KENYA'S RAVINDU SHAH HITS A FOUR OFF EALHAM.
Kenya's Ravindu Shah hits a four off England Mark Ealham during their World Cup Cricket match May 18. England are looking for their second win in the tournament after beating cup holders Sri Lanka last week.

RUS/ME
SPORT CRICKET
RTR10R6L
May 15, 1999
Kenya's Maurice Odumbe (L) celebrates with Ravindu Shah after taking the wicket of Zimbabwe batsman Murry...
Taunton, UK
KENYA'S ODUMBE TAKES WICKET OF ZIMBABWE GOODWIN.
Kenya's Maurice Odumbe (L) celebrates with Ravindu Shah after taking the wicket of Zimbabwe batsman Murry Goodwin who was caught out by Hitesh Modi for 17 runs at Taunton May 15. Kenya are playing Zimbabwe in their opening game of the Cricket World Cup.

AS/ME
SPORT CRICKET
RTR10QUU
May 15, 1999
Zimbabwe bowler Mpumelelo Mbangwa appeals unsuccesfully for LBW against Kenya's Ravindu Shah at Taunton...
Taunton, UK
ZIMBABWE'S MBANGWA APPEALS AGAINST KENYA IN THE CRICKET WORLD CUP.
Zimbabwe bowler Mpumelelo Mbangwa appeals unsuccesfully for LBW against Kenya's Ravindu Shah at Taunton May 15. Kenya are playing Zimbabwe in the opening round of the Cricket World Cup.

IH/PS
SPORT CRICKET
RTRZYNC
March 27, 1999
Zimbabwean wicket-keeper Andy Flower dives for a ball as Kenyan batsman Ravindu Shah (M) looks back during...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
ZIMBABWEAN WICKET-KEEPER DIVES FOR THE BALL.
Zimbabwean wicket-keeper Andy Flower dives for a ball as Kenyan batsman Ravindu Shah (M) looks back during the final of the three-nation international cricket tournament in Dhaka March 27. Zimbabwean bowler Neil Johnson (L) is also seen in the picture. Earlier Zimbabwe scored 325 runs in 50 overs.

SAZ/TAN/JRE
SPORT CRICKET
RTRZTM6
March 20, 1999
Kenyan batsman Ravindu Shah looks as Zimbabwe Captain Alistair Campbell dives trying to catch a ball...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
ZIMBABWE CAPTAIN DIVES FOR THE BALL.
Kenyan batsman Ravindu Shah looks as Zimbabwe Captain Alistair Campbell dives trying to catch a ball in the first match of the three-nation International Cricket Tournament in Dhaka March 19. Zimbabwe, batting first, scored 272 for six in 50 overs.

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