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Larazo Openda Tikolo is a Kenyan right-handed batsman and he also does right arm medium-paced bowling. He has played cricket since he was a child and he made his debut in ODIs on February 18, 1996, against India. Even though Tikolo scored a 65 in his ODI debut, Kenya lost to India by 7 wickets. His last ODI was also in the same year, against Si Lanka, that took place at Kandy, on March 6, 1996.
Although Tikolo does not have many matches on his list, he is a good player and has scored well for the Kenyan team in the matches that he has played. He was considered a strong fielder and a strong batsman, who could score decently in matches. Apart from international One-Day matches, he has also played a few List A cricket matches. He has played 5 List A cricket matches in which he has made a total score of 37 runs. He played his last list A match in 1997. His brothers, Tom Tikolo and Steve Tikolo, have also played for Kenyan team and Steve Tikolo has also captained the Kenyan team.
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