Age 19, right-handed batsman, right-arm seamer
A talented Indian-born batsman with a sound technique.
Batting in the middle order he made 46 in his second match for Kenya against Zimbabwe, and made two scores in the 40s against Bangladesh.
Struck his maiden ODI fifty with eight fours and a six in an unbeaten 64 that guided his team to victory in the one-day series against Bermuda.
Age 35, right-handed batsman, right-arm seamer
A stalwart of Kenyan cricket, Tikolo, the most successful of three brothers to have played for Kenya, made his international debut in 1994.
An attacking batsman, who times the ball sweetly, Tikolo has a highest first-class score of 220.
Hammered 93 against the West Indies in the Champions Trophy in Sri Lanka in 2002, when he also took two wickets with his medium-pacers, and warmed up with 111 from 98 balls against Bermuda in November.
Age 30, right-arm seamer, right-handed batsman
Confirmed his place as Kenya's leading seam bowler with a profitable haul at the World Cricket League in Nairobi.
The swing-bowler captured 15 wickets in six matches, including an impressive 5-51 against Canada.
Yet to score consistent runs down the order but hit two fours and a six in his 36 against West Indies in only his second international in 2001.