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Alpesh Vallabhdas Vadher is a former Kenyan cricket player of Indian origin. On October 10, 1997, this skillful player made his ODI debut against Bangladesh in the 1st match of the President’s Cup at Nairobi, where he displayed a brilliant beginning of his career by scoring 42 runs. He displayed his best performance in the 1999 Cricket World Cup, where he scored 54 runs against Zimbabwe and also his career-best of 73 (not out) against Sri Lanka. He played his last ODI on September 30, 1999, against South Africa, in the 5th match of the LG Cup at Nairobi. He has toured Bangladesh, South Africa, India, Malaysia and Namibia with the Kenyan cricket team.
In the year 200, he retired, but he was called back by the team for the 2003 Cricket World Cup. After that, he retired for the final time. Vadher has he played for a domestic team called the Premier Club. He is currently working in the PKF International where he is one of the partners and works as a professional accountant. He was appointed as the chairman of their newly constituted selection panel by Cricket Kenya, in the year 2012.
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