Braeburn School & the history of chess

I am not sure of how many of you know the fairly tale of "Rumplestiltskin"?  I guess if you do not know then you can use  Hey this is a chess blog and what is Rumplestiltskin doing here you might wonder.  Well well I thought I will tell you a story of chess and one of the premier schools in Nairobi - Braeburn School on Gitanga Road.

I went to buy ticket for the pantomime and which brings me to this blog post.

In 1993 during the Easter weekend the Kenya Chess Association held the Kenya Open at the Braeburn School.  I did not play in it as I was helping with the organising (I was not the main organier just one of the assistants).  What an event. I have enclosed a photo which shows part of the glamour. I have shown an extract of one the players Mehul Gohil who took part in the event.  This gives you an idea of what it was like to be there

"I stumbled upon some very old photos which I didn't know I had. Took photos of them with a digicam. They are attached. From my very first chess tournament. The 1993 Kenya Open held over Easter. Still remains the most memorable chess event in my life. It had everything. One of the pics shows me with the junior TZ the back of this pic is a girl in a bluish jacket...that was the Femme Fatale I had once spilled the 'sordid details' on. The pic was taken right after lunch on Day 2 when me and Femme Fatale started getting friendly. Needless to say, Day 3 of the torna then turned out to be 'magical'. Event was big, and long...lasted 4 whole heavenly days. Ahh! Those were the days!!! I pity today's juniors who cannot have such special moments when everyone...all the legends, the seniors, the chess tourists, the rest of africa, TZ and UG...when everyone was thrown into the same torna together. Maybe someday it will change..."

I have attached some photos from Mehul to give you an idea of what it was like in those days.  Of course I have not asked for permission to use these photos!

Mehul Gohil (right) waiting for the start of the next round

Mehul Gohil in his usual (well in those days) leather jacket takes on  Tanzania chess player for a quick blitz game

View of the hall.  Who is that guy walking around with bushy hair?

Mehul Gohil again takes on unknown player

The winner of that years event was Emmauel Kabuye who won this event a total of 5 times.

The Kenya Open has not been held for a number of years which is really sad. The Ugandans have the East African Chess Championship but that event is small and the prize fund is not usually announced.  I really do hope that in 2012 the Kenya Open can return to Nairobi with big prize funds and lots fun............

I have one more photo from there from my own collection.

Sorry going back to why I started this story."Rumplestiltskin" was great fun.  There is one more performance on Saturday 3rd December and another one on 4th December 2011.  If you want to have a good laugh then head down that direction.

Walking around at interval brought back memories of all the fun we had at Braeburn School during the Kenya Open.  Let us see what happens in 2012.......
2011 Kenya National Chess Championship now postponed to 2012 - Duh?

2011 Kenya National Chess Championship now postponed to 2012 - Duh?

Remember my post on 16th November 2011 when I pointed out that our 2011 National Championship was to held on 10th - 12th December 2011.

Well guess what - on 29th November 2011 this is what I received;

The Olympiad Committee deliberated and agreed to postphone the National Chess Championship/ 1st Phase Olympiad elimination tournament. This was upon looking into requests to postphone. However, in future let us look at the chess kenya calendar of events (which is often circulated at the beginning of every year) and note that events will not be postphone upon request. A player who plans to miss a Chess Kenya event will have to forego the chess tournament/ event.
The dates for the 1st phase Olympiad 2012 elimination tournament will be communicated in good time.
kind regards,
Mary Kanyua,
Chess Kenya committee member.

The first that caught my attention was the spelling mistake but that is fine it happens to all of us at the best of time and can be forgiven.  However what is not forgiven is not spelling Kenya with  capital letter!!

I also found the email very confusing.  Why would the National Federation want to postpone an event upon request. Request from who and why?  The last sentence is absolute mind blocker -"A player who plans to miss a Chess Kenya event will have to forego the chess tournament/ event."  ???

Well it is over I guess.  My question is - Is it possible to have the 2011 National Championship in 2012?

I have done some digging and found out the following about past events

1993 Kenya National Championship - YMCA hall 21,22,28,29 Aug 1993. Winner Humphrey Andolo and Rodgers Adai with 8 points out of 9 rounds. Total number of players 114.  This was the 3rd edition

1994 Kenya National Championship - YMCA 30th April 1,2 May 1994 winner Lothar Nikolaiczuk with 6.5 points, Joint second Jim Burnett, Mike Waliuba, Pathgaonkar, Humphrey Andolo joint second with 6 points out of 7.

1995 Kenya National Championship - Nairobi Gymkhana Winner Andolo and John  Mukabi with6 points. 72 players

1996 Kenya National Championship - Taifa Hall, 19 to 21 Oct 1996, winner PN Odhiambo and Mike  Waliuba with 7 points. Total 85 players. Junior winner Fred Okach and total 15 players

1997 Kenya National Championship - Winner Humphrey Andolo with 7 points 102 players

1998 Championship - winner Humphrey Andolo with 6.5points. Martin Oyamo, Ken Omolo joint second with 6. Event held at Braeburn School.

1999 Kenya National Championship - winner Humphrey Andolo, Nathan Ateka, Philip Singe  with 6 points. A total of 43 players took part.  Event held at Kenyatta International Conference Centre. 

Humphrey Andolo was one of Kenya's best players and he now resides in the UK.  I will write about him later

Lothar Nikolaiczuk (another old friend) returned to Germany within 6 months of winning the Championship.  I will write something about him later as well.  Lothar has written some books on chess but all are in German.

I will also cover PN Odhiambo as well.

20th November 2011 - A speed chess contest.

I was in charge of a 40 player speed chess contest over the weekend.  Why do I spend my Sunday doing these kind of things?? Why my friends and family ask me.  I really have no answer.  I guess I just love making things happens for chess players.  Only wish my skills at the board were so good.

In this photo Ben Magana (left) seems surprised that Kevin Riungu played h6.  The  first clock is the  "Thiel", next one UMF Ruhla (which could be East German), next is the Russian Jantar clock, and the next one is the Ruhla clock)
This event was sponsored by an old buddy of mine - Mehul Gohil and it was the second leg of our Grand Prix series.  I tried something new. I put all the old clocks on display - East Germany ones, West Germany, Russian, Yugoslavia, Britain (yes even Britain used to make chess clocks - Sutton Goldfield with the big flag) and put them on the top boards.  After the first round we went back to the Digital Age.

Forget the players for the moment! - Clocks are UMF Ruhla, Jankar, Ruhla, Insa & Sutton Goldfield. Players are  on right Mehul Gohil with red cap, next to him is Ed Oluoch.

Here is a brief report of the proceedings;

20th November 2011
Speed Chess Tournament Report

A total of 40 players registered for this event with many top names, Ben Magana, Mehul Gohil, Matthew Kanegeni all chasing elusive Grand Prix Points. The event was proudly sponsored by Mehul Gohil & Aslam Adam of UK. 3 Kenyan universities took part – Kenyatta University, Strathmore University and Day Star university.

Round 2 was a disaster for Mehul Gohil when he lost to Bryan Toboso and Ben Magana held on to a draw against Kevin Riungu in round 1.

In this photo Mehul Gohil tries to save his game against Bryan Toboso.

Jacktone Mony (left) from Kenyatta University takes on Peter Kinyanjui from Strathmore University.

Chess also attracts beautiful ladies - Cindy Jery of Daystar University makes her move.
Final standing

Ben Magana 5.5 points and wins KShs 10,000
Chahindi Mbiu 5.0 points and wins KShs 2,100
Matthew Kangeni 5.0 points and wins KShs 2,100
Ben Nguku 5 points and wins KShs 2,100
Sanjana Deshpande 2.5 points and wins KShs 5,000
Kenyatta University 20 points and win Universities prize
2011 Kenya National Chess Championship

2011 Kenya National Chess Championship

I was over joyed when I received an email with the heading.


I thought finally this even is here.  I know you wonder what is so great about the National Championship in Kenya. It is a big deal as this event was last held in 2007 or perhaps 2008?  The Kenya Champion is Peter Gilruth.

My joy turned to disappointment when I realised that this is what the email said.

"The 2011 National Chess Championship is scheduled to take place on December 10th - 12th 2011. The venue (to be based in Nairobi) and other details on the tournament will be communicated soon.

Note that the National championships will also be used as the first phase elimination tournament for the upcoming 2012 Olympiad.

An Olympiad committee is in the process of being established. For more information on the tournament, contact the tournament coordinators Mary Kanyua and Fred Orawo on             +254723341866       and             +254722735097       respectively.

kind regards,
Mary Kanyua,
Committee Member, Chess Kenya."

We have no further details apart from the fact that the event is being organised by the charming Mary and Fred who is the Treasurer and who once arranged for a chess player to get locked up in a police cell.  Well that story is for another time my friends!.  We may be a weak chess nation but I can tell you the passion that Kenyans have for the game is amazing.

 The event is literally one month away and it is clear that the planning has been left too late.  If you remember in my earlier blog Mombasa Chess Club had an event where the prize fund was not mentioned in any email/poster.  Will Chess Kenya do the same.

I guess all we can do is wait for further details.

How does a chess fanatic spend his week

Well it is a busy week for a chess fanatic.................I tried to order for two chess clocks from the USA.  Of course it is not so easy even if you have a credit card.  It is simple - they do not ship items to Kenya.  What a pain.  About two weeks ago I did try from the UK.  It was the same as their website did not have Kenya on their website so you could not choose the destination.  Well not one to give up - I called them and they told me check two hours later.  Guess what - the problem was fixed.  So I placed an order for a DGT clock and a BHB one.  The website was  Awesome guys...........

The only problem I have is that it is now 21 days and I have not received the clocks.... I am keeping my fingers crossed and hope to get them soon. Please please please.

 So back to the USA.  I asked my niece to order for me and bring them for me.  I asked for 2 BHB clocks with the transparent body.  I think these clocks are cool as you can see whether you need to wind them or not.

Why do I need all these clocks you may ask.  I run chess events in Kenya and hence need the equipment.  After browsing various sites I found that a Jerger clock with the wooden stand (see my earlier post) is available at USD +200!!

I also found out that you can get great clocks for about Euro 40 which are wooden and look really cool. So why not get a nice looking clock while you are at it.  Website is

I have decided that I will order at least one of these cool looking machines.  Perhaps the order will be for two of them. Who knows.

We have a chess event this Sunday incase you want to take part. It will be at the Goan Gymkhana in Nairobi so feel free to come over. But register first as we have limited spaces available.

My fascination with chess clocks - Part 1

This weekend was a busy one. I had a speed chess event to run at the club.

My biggest worry was to get enough chess clocks to run the event which would have about 40 players. This meant that I had to get one of my favorite chess clocks repaired. This was an old Jerger Clock made in West Germany a real Mercedes Benz of chess clocks that I have loved from the first time I saw it.

The first time I saw it was probably in the 1980s when I saw Saif Kanani playing at one of the events. He is the only Kenyan to have won a medal at the Olympiad when he got a Silver medal in the 1980 edition in Malta.

This clock was a rehabilitated one. You can see the swinger on one face is red the other one is black.  One clock was not working and I was lucky. I managed to find a clock repairer. Yes these people still exist in Nairobi. You will find them working in certain spots of the city.  They have a small little glass box which have their tools.

The chap who fixed my clock was Peter Barazza.  His price was KShs 800 or USD 8.  After bargaining we agreed on KShs 600.  Guess what the clock worked like a breeze at today's event.

I am now a happy man!

My question is - Why does DGT still insist on making all its digital clocks in plastic?  There are some crazy players like us who love the feel of wood and I would be delighted to play chess with my wooden DGT digital clock and "DGT" done in gold lettering....................
Diwali week

Diwali week

This week was Diwali so of course we were busy with visiting and meeting friends.

On the chess front nothing much to report even though I find that at least 6 hours are spent doing chess things. Reviewed the Chess Club accounts to make sure that it was ready to go to the auditors. Reviewed the Chairman's report to ensure that I have captured all the relevant stories. Letter done to Kenyatta University inviting them for a chess tournament we are organising next week, phone calls from my mates Bob and Paul in Kisumu who want to host the Kisumu Open. I have told them that they need to get in touch with the Kisumu Chess Branch (story covered earlier) and organise it together. My advice - get an event set up. Players from Nairobi will travel to Kisumu for the event.

Then meeting again on Saturday to discuss chess plans for next week. We want to bring another Chess Grandmaster to Kenya next year.
Busy week for chess in Kenya

Busy week for chess in Kenya

This has been a busy week for chess in Kenya.

There is a chess tournament at Kenyatta University which is an open event but only for University students. I was supposed to go but felt lazy to drive there for the event.

In Kisumu - the Kisumu Chess Branch has been formed with the following officials

Warren Pollock( asst secretary),
Marygoretty Auma(treasurer),
Isaac Babu(chairman),
Richard Onywera(vice chairman) ,
Philip Ouma (secretary)

We hope that there will chess activity in Kenya's third largest city. My Luo friends like to say that we are going back to UK, which really means that they are going back to United Kisumu!
Chess Crusader

Chess Crusader

I feel good. I feel like I am a Chess Crusader.

I had a parent who over the past few months been asking me to find a chess coach for her son and a few of his friends. I just could not find somebody until last week. I have managed to link her up with a chess player who is going to start teaching in November.

The parent lived in Embakasi area of Nairobi and thought that it would not be easy to find someone but hey that is the good thing about Facebook and Twitter.

Talking about Embakasi - This is the area that has one of our old airports. The new airport Jomo Kenyatta International Airport is built fairly close to the Embakasi one. Embakasi Airport brings some fond memories of the 1970s. At this airport there was a waving base! So after you said bye to your friend you went upstairs and waited at the waving base to say a final bye to your friends and loved one. That was not all! There was a restaurant next to the waving base where we would then go for a drink with my parents while we waited for the flight to take off. You are asking yourself how? Well this restaurant had a huge window facing the runaway where you could see the flight take off! Then you knew that your friends had left......

I have provided a link for some old photos
2011 Mombasa Open is on!!

2011 Mombasa Open is on!!

The 2011 Mombasa Open is all scheduled to start on 8th October 2011 at the Wildwater Resorts which is on the North Coast.

Did I hear you ask me what time the event is starting? Well nobody knows!! I am serious - this is the only chess event in the world that the start time has not yet been stated.

Prize fund - no idea once again. I am serious there is no information on the prize fund as well. I guess again this must be the only chess event in the world where the prize fund has not yet been announced.

I hear you ask - Is anybody going for this event? Of course. I expect at least 40 players will turn up for the event. I know at three Ugandans are on their way. I know one Kenyan bank has also sponsored a team to go for the event.

Why do they do it ie go for an event when details are unknown. Well I guess it is because having a chess event in Mombasa is almost as rare as finding a pair of rhinos mating under a tree!!

I have just called my friend who is now boarding the bus and will leave shortly. He has promised to keep me updated and you can be sure that I will up you guys and gals as well posted.

I am not going for the event as I am traveling with the family next week and will keep you guys updated on new developments in Kenyan chess. There is a lot going on but more on that later............

Chess in Schools

There has been a lot about Chess in Schools in the recent past.

See where there is a story about Kasparov Chess Foundation and Your Next Move.

Today was interesting. I went to Brookhouse to take my daughter to take her music exam and guess what. In front of the exam hall was a big out door chess set with a bunch of kids playing!!

See the attached photo. The quality is not very good. Well what do you expect from a cheap Blackberry.

Well I was glad that at least this school had put chess for kids to play at any time.

The key thing about this set was that it was one that was made in Kenya and not an imported set which is great. We do not need imported sets when our great "Jua Kali" guys can do it. The other school that has an outdoor set is Peponi School in Nairobi.

I forgot to find out what their chess club. Perhaps I will send them an email later and find out more information.
Chess at the beach with cold Tuskers

Chess at the beach with cold Tuskers

Kenyan chess players are all gearing up for a chessfest this month.

Mombasa Chess Club have organised the Mombasa Open which is scheduled for 8th and 9th October 2011 and it will be held at the famous - Wild Waters Resort in Mombasa. See

Making this announcement  was Mombasa Chess Club Secretary Jonah.  The event is being sponsored by Mr. Mwenda Thuranira, C.E O Myspace  Properties.

Mombasa Chess Club have the distinction of being the first chess club in Kenya to have a website www.mombasachessclub.  The sad thing they seem to be working to be the first club to have its website closed down as well.  This was the message that I got when I tried to find their website (which was working last week)

Notice: This domain name expired on 09/28/11 and is pending renewal or deletion

I do hope the officials wake up and sort this looming problem..........  Many of you will want to know who won the event in 2010; Well I have done some homework for you and give you a report by Chess Stalwart - Githinji Hinga from the Kenya Chess Forum

Uganda's Harold Wanyama held his nerve to retain his title in the Chess tournament which ended on Monday.

Facing stiff opposition from top Kenyan players and fellow Ugandans, Wanyama, who is also the defending East African champion finished the tourney tied with Kenya's Nathan Ateka tied on 6 points out of a possible 7. The Ugandan however won on Bucholtz tie-break system where the cumulative opponents' points count. The three day event was jointly hosted by Mombasa Beach Hotel and the picturesque Wild Waters
Park with Disneyland like features.

Following closely on third place was another Ugandan Arhur Ssengwanyi on 5.5 points. The other players finishing in top ten were Matthew Kanegeni, David Okeyo, Elijah Ejamong' (UG), Githinji Hinga, Ben Nguku, Givans Amunga and Collins Young.
The ladies' prize was scooped by yet another newcomer, media studies student Margaret Muriithi playing in her first  seniors tournament ever.

The event was generously sponsored by Myspace Property developers and individual wellwishers led by Momasa Chess Club treasurer Dr. Phillip Mwashe.
Kenyans love their Potatoes & Eggs!

Kenyans love their Potatoes & Eggs!

This week I got the following email from the League of Young Professionals Kenya.  I am not sure how they got my email but that does not matter.  They are having a Sports day this weekend which is great for Kenyans to enjoy themselves............but I am concerned.  Seriously concerned.

Events like Potato Race, Egg Race have taken preference over my beloved game of chess which does not even feature??!!!

I think it is time they got an email from me!

Those of you who will attend this event I would love to hear from you....

The League of Young Professionals Kenya cordially invites you for the Annual Sports Day to be held this coming Saturday, 1st of October atRailways Sports Ground, Nairobi as from 10:00am to 4.00pm.
Come test your physical endurance and body fitness, have fun and win prizes by participating in an array of sports for the day.  This includes athletics 100m, 200m, 400, 800m, 1500m, Soccer Matches 5-Aside, Volleyball, Tyre Race, Potato Race, Egg Race And Skipping Ropes.

Genesis 1 - be fruitful & multiply

First God made heaven & earth 2 The earth was without form and void, and darkness was upon the face of the deep; and the Spirit of God.........................................And God blessed them, saying, "Be fruitful and multiply and fill the waters in the seas, and let birds multiply on the earth."

I know many of you must be wondering what on earth has gone over me when I start the quote from the Bible!!  I am just amazed at our Federation.....................Chess Kenya. It seems that they have just read Genesis  1 and suddenly gone out and registered branches all over the country.

Pastor Albert Mwilitsa (left) plays CK Committee member Steve Ouma while Vice Chairman Francis Ngesa (blue shirt) standing and Mary Kinyua Committee Member in blue shirt sitting.
Chess Kenya have appointed Pastor Albert Mwilitsa as Chairman of North Rift Branch. See and I have enclosed a photo from their site.

Chairman Andolo Ambasi (right) plays a member of the Soy Branch
They have also launched their Soy Branch.  I have no idea where Soy is?? See photo again

Chess Kenya Secretary sitting explain a point to the members of Nanyuki Knights Chess Club.
They have also launched the Nanyuki Branch as well. See photo above
Chess in Kenya gets major publicity

Chess in Kenya gets major publicity

Chess in Kenya got a major boost yesterday from Citizen TV when they broadcast a report on the Kenya Chess Team that is currently in residential training at the Kasarani Complex.

Video of that broadcast is shown below;

The manager for the team is the current Vice Chairman Mr Francis Ngesa who is a Blitz affiando and the coach is John Mukabi a veteran of several Olympiad events.

2011 All Africa Games, Maputo, Mozambique

Our Chess Team landed safely in Nairobi!!

The Men's Team (credit to Mehul Gohil for the photos. Used without his permission!)

Githinji Hinga (left) and Martin Gateri in action
Martin Gateri,
Mehul Gohil,
Ben Magana,
Githinji Hinga,
Akello Atwoli,

and the ladies team

Purity Maina,
Gwen Jumba,
Maria Rehema,
Rose Wabuti,
Isabella Asiema.

Ben Magana in action
Team manager was Francis Ngesa and coach was John Mukabi.

We ended up 12th out of 14 teams and last in the Ladies section.

We were hoping for a bronze medal on one of the boards but that proved too elusive for our board 4 who won two games, drew three and lost two.  Was it a bad result?  Well I think we have a lot of work to do in chess if we want to succeed.

Kenya's last medal in chess was in the 1980 Chess Olympiad in Malta when Saif Kanani won a Silver medal on Board 1 and in 1988 when William Arogo Juma won a Bronze medal in the Africa Junior.

The usual rumbling has started in cyberspace as to why we did so poorly and blame being heaped on the National Federation.  There is no point going over the same points over and over again.   Kenya can be powerful in chess within 5 years but first we need to get clubs organised.  Today there are only 3 clubs that have websites, two meet regularly.  A number of banks have chess teams and so do most of the universities.  We are talking about 50 teams at most.  Are there any events to get all these teams together. Hardly. We have the National League run by Chess Kenya, we have the Interbank event and one run by Nairobi Chess Club. In a country of 30 million people this is a joke............What should we do?  I know where the solution lies. It is very simple.

Have you ever noticed that in Kenya the best team in most sports and the best athletes have one thing in common.  Yes they come from the Disciplined Forces.

In Football - we have Ulinzi Football Club (Kenya Army)
In Hockey - we have Kenya Police
Athletics - our most successful athletes have come from the Army or Police.  My hero Paul Tergat was from the Armed Forces.  Most of our gold medals at the recent World Championship in Daegu, South Korea were from the Kenya Police or Army.

I reckon that if the Kenya Army and Kenya Police took up chess we would move up the ladder very very quickly. So ladies and gentlemen - there is the solution. The question that remains is who will do it?

In the past we had two teams who took part in the National League - Moi Airbase and Laikipia Airbase, but it seems that the teams were disbanded which was really sad.

Here is the crosstable for the mens and ladies section.

All African Games 2011 Maputo Mozambique (Open Section)
MOZ | Maputo | 2011.09.05 to 2011.09.14
Results after round 9
Pos TNo. Team Code MPts GPts Dirct SonnB 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
1 1
EGY 18.0 30.0 0.0 181.50 ZIM ANG MOZ RSA ZAM NGR BOT ALG NAM
3.5 2.5 3.5 2.5 3.0 3.5 3.5 4.0 4.0
2 2
RSA 16.0 26.0 0.0 156.50 ETH ZAM ALG EGY ANG MAD NGR MOZ ZIM
4.0 2.5 3.0 1.5 3.0 3.5 3.5 2.5 2.5
3 5
ANG 13.0 25.0 1.0 110.50 KEN EGY MAD MOZ RSA ZIM ZAM ETH NGR
3.5 1.5 3.5 4.0 1.0 2.5 2.0 4.0 3.0
4 4
ZAM 13.0 23.0 1.0 101.00 GHA RSA NGR ZIM EGY ALG ANG KEN BOT
4.0 1.5 3.0 2.5 1.0 2.5 2.0 3.5 3.0
5 3
3.0 2.0 1.0 2.5 2.0 1.5 4.0 0.0 4.0
6 8
2.5 3.5 0.5 0.0 1.0 4.0 4.0 1.5 2.5
7 7
0.5 3.5 3.5 1.5 2.0 1.5 3.5 3.0 1.5
8 6
3.0 2.0 1.0 4.0 3.0 0.5 0.5 4.0 1.0
9 9
1.5 4.0 0.5 1.5 4.0 2.5 0.5 2.5 1.0
10 14
1.0 2.5 0.5 2.0 4.0 0.5 3.0 1.0 1.5
11 10
0.0 0.5 4.0 2.0 3.0 1.5 0.0 0.0 2.5
12 12
0.5 0.5 2.5 0.0 0.0 4.0 1.0 0.5 1.5
13 11
1.0 1.5 1.5 3.5 1.0 0.0 0.5 1.5 0.0
14 13
0.0 0.0 0.0 0.5 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

All African Games 2011 Maputo Mozambique (Women Section)
MOZ | Maputo | 2011.09.05 to 2011.09.14
Results after round 7
Pos TNo. Team Code MPts GPts Dirct SonnB 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 3
EGY 13.0 20.5 0.0 86.75 XXX 2.5 2.5 3.5 3.5 3.5 2.0 3.0
2 1
ALG 10.0 21.5 0.0 53.00 1.5 XXX 1.5 3.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 3.5
3 2
RSA 9.0 17.0 0.0 53.00 1.5 2.5 XXX 2.0 1.5 2.5 3.0 4.0
4 6
NGR 8.0 16.0 0.0 40.50 0.5 1.0 2.0 XXX 3.0 2.0 3.5 4.0
5 4
BOT 8.0 13.5 0.0 40.50 0.5 0.0 2.5 1.0 XXX 3.0 3.0 3.5
6 5
ANG 4.0 10.0 0.0 19.50 0.5 0.0 1.5 2.0 1.0 XXX 3.0 2.0
7 8
MOZ 3.0 9.5 0.0 14.25 2.0 0.0 1.0 0.5 1.0 1.0 XXX 4.0
8 7
KEN 1.0 4.0 0.0 5.00 1.0 0.5 0.0 0.0 0.5 2.0 0.0 XXX

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