One Day International matches unfolded through the 1970s and is currently the most-watched format of the game. ‘In 2003, The Kenya Cricket Team became the first-ever Associate Nation to enter a world-cup semi finale’. The former statement is self-explanatory; it removes any doubt concerning the capabilities of Kenya as an excellent cricket team. The dynamic bowlers in the group are capable enough of formulating the game results with their bowling skills. Kenya played its first ODI match on February 18, 1996, against India at Barabati Stadium in Kolkata. They registered their first win in an ODI against West Indies in a group stage match at Pune.

1. Thomas Odoyo Migai

Thomas OdoyoMigai  is a former right-arm medium-fast bowler in the Kenya Cricket Team. He played his first ODI on February 18, 1996, against India at Barabati Stadium in Kolkata, and his last ODI match was on January 20, 2014, against Scotland at Christchurch. He played 131 ODI matches and took 141 wickets in 126 innings with a bowling average of 29.63 and an economy of 4.57.

2. Stephen Ogonji Tikolo 

Stephen Ogonji Tikolo is a former right-arm off-break bowler in Kenya Cricket Team and made his ODI appearance in a match against India at Barabati Stadium in Kolkata on February 18, 1996. His last ODI was against the Netherlands, on January 23, 2014, in Lincoln. He played 131 ODI games and took 93 wickets in 97 innings with a bowling average of 33.40 and an economy of 4.72.

3. Peter Jimmy Carter Ongondo 

Peter Jimmy Carter Ongondo is a former right-arm fast-medium bowler in the Kenya Cricket Team and made his ODI debut on September 30, 1999, against South Africa at Nairobi. His last ODI was against Zimbabwe on March 20, 2011, in Kolkata. He played 78 ODIs and took 75 wickets in 78 innings with a bowling average of 30.86 and an economy of 4.56. The bowler has taken one five-wicket haul.

4. Nehemiah Ngoche Odhiambo 

Nehemiah Ngoche Odhiambo is a former right-arm medium-fast bowler in the Kenya Cricket Team who made his ODI premiere on February 25, 2006, against Zimbabwe at Bulawayo. His last ODI was against Scotland at Christchurch on January 30, 2014. He played 69 matches and took 70 wickets in 67 innings with a bowling average of 36.92 and an economy of 5.52.

5. Hiren Ashok Varaiya 

Hiren Ashok Varaiya is a former slow left-arm orthodox bowler in the Kenya Cricket Team. He made his ODI debut on August 05, 2006, against Canada in Toronto, and his last ODI was on January 30, 2014, against Scotland at Christchurch. He played 63 matches and took 68 wickets in 60 innings with a bowling average of 30.11 and an economy of 4.16.

6. James Kabatha Kamande 

James Kabatha Kamande is a former right-arm off-break bowler in the Kenya Cricket Team and played his first ODI on May 15, 1999, against Zimbabwe at Taunton. His last ODI game was on March 13, 2011, against Australia at Bengaluru. He played 86 ODIs and took 48 wickets in 71 innings with a bowling average of 45.18 and an economy of 4.96.

7. Martin Armon Suji 

Martin Armon Suji is a former right-arm medium-fast bowler in the Kenya Cricket Team who made his ODI appearance against India at Kolkata on February 18, 1996. His last ODI match was on March 23, 2006, against Bangladesh at Fatullah. He played 64 ODIs and took 43 wickets in 64 innings with a bowling average of 50.93 and an economy of 4.45.

8. Maurice Omondi Odumbe 

Maurice Omondi Odumbe is a former right-arm off-break bowler in the Kenya Cricket Team. He played his first ODI on February 18, 1996, against India at Kolkata, and his last ODI was on April 08, 2003, against Pakistan at Sharjah. He played 61 ODIs and took 39 wickets in 52 innings with a bowling average of 46.33 and an economy of 4.84.

9. Collins Omondi Obuya 

Collins Omondi Obuya is a former leg-break bowler in the Kenya Cricket Team who made his ODI debut against West Indies at Nairobi on August 15, 2001. His last ODI was against Scotland at Christchurch on January 30, 2014. He played 104 ODI matches and took 35 wickets in 49 innings with a bowling average of 46.77 and an economy of 5.40. The bowler has taken one five-wicket haul.

10. Aasif Yusuf Karim 

Aasif Yusuf Karim is a former slow-left arm orthodox bowler in the Kenya Cricket Team and made his ODI appearance on February 18, 1996, against India at Kolkata. His last ODI match was on March 20, 2003, against India at Durban. He played 34 ODIs and took 27 wickets in 33 innings with a bowling average of 41.25 and an economy of 4.26. The bowler has taken one five-wicket haul.