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Joseph Oduol Angara is a former Kenyan cricketer. He made his ODI debut against Zimbabwe in the year 1997. He has played ODI’s for Kenya in between the years 1997 and 2003. Also, he was a part of 1999 World Cup and 2003 World Cup. He was awarded the Man of the Match in 2001, in a match against India at Crusaders Ground, Port Elizabeth. In that match, he showed his powerful bowling skills and in 10 overs, out of which three were maiden overs, he took three wickets at the expense of only 30 runs. Due that explosive performance Kenya won the match by 70 runs.
He went to South Africa in 1995 for his training in Plascon Cricket Academy for six months. After that training, he emerged as a professional cricketer and a regular player of the Kenya cricket team. In domestic cricket, he has played for teams such as Swamibapa Sports Club. After retirement, he became the coach of the Botswana national cricket team in 2015. He coached the Botswana U-19 team in the 2015 Africa Under-19 Championship. He wants to guide Kenyan cricketers with proper training. He was the development coach with Cricket Kenya, which included coaching of Sahara Elite League franchise and the Northern Nomads.
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