An ever-present in the Kenyan one-day side between 1997 and 1999, Alpesh Vadher began promisingly with 42 against Bangladesh on debut but did nothing more of any consequence until the 1999 World Cup when he made 54 against Zimbabwe and a career-best 73* against Sri Lanka. He toured Bangladesh, South Africa, India, Malasia and Namibia with Kenya, but dropped out of the reckoning in 2000 and hasn’t played at representative level since
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Name: Alpesh Vallabhdas Vadher
DOB: September 7, 1974
Place Of Birth: Nairobi, Kenya
Marital Status: Married
Wife: Shital Vadher
ODI Debut: Vs Bangladesh, Gymkhana Cricket Club, October 1997
T20I Debut: N/A
Test Debut: N/A
Alpesh Vadher: Career Highlights
Alpesh Vallabhdas Vadher (born September 7, 1974), named after his father, is a former Kenyan cricketer of Indian origin. He is a right-handed batsman. Having made 42 on his debut against Bangladesh in 1997, he did little more until the 1999 Cricket World Cup, in which he made two fifties, including an unbeaten 73 against Sri Lanka. Alpesh Vadher retired in the year 2000, but was called back by the team in time for the 2003 Cricket World Cup along with Aasif Karim, the former Kenyan captain.
He retired for a second and final time following the close of the World Cup. After leaving cricket, he married Shital Vadher and is currently working for PKF in Kenya, where he is a partner. In 2012, Vadher was appointed as the chairman of their newly constituted selection panel by Cricket Kenya.
Alpesh Vadher: Stats
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