- Kenya national cricket team 1996 - present
Thomas Odoyo is a right handed batsman and right arm medium fast bowler of Kenya cricket team. He has also played for teams like Africa XI and Nairobi Gymkhana.
Odoyo made his One day International debut on 18th February 1996 at Cuttack against India Cricket team. He batted at the sixth position and scored 8 runs off 18 deliveries before he was caught by Prabhakar off the bowling of Kumble. He bowled 3 overs and gave away 22 runs at an economy rate of 7.33. This match was lost by Kenya. Odoyo made his Twenty20 debut on 1st September 2007 at Nairobi Gymkhana against Bangladesh. Odoyo batted at the fifth position and scored 22 runs in 13 deliveries before he was bowled by Farhad Reza. He bowled four overs and conceded 28 runs while taking 1 wicket.
Odoyo has played in 104 One day Internationals in which he has scored 1945 runs at a batting average of 25.25 and strike rate of 70.95. His highest score is 111 not out and he has hit 1 century and 6 fifties. He has taken 23 catches. He has bowled 4416 deliveries and conceded 3380 runs while taking 110 wickets. His bowling average has been 30.72 and economy rate 4.59. He has taken part in 8 Twenty20 matches in which he has scored 85 runs with the highest score of 22. He has bowled 150 deliveries and conceded 122 runs while taking 6 wickets.
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