WELCOME TO KENYA’S NUMBER ONE CRICKET CLUB
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Today Jahangir Jabbar would be proud to know that the shack to which he devoted so much love and care has become a respectable clubhouse and a monumental institution which boasts of modern facilities, comparable to the best anywhere
The Nairobi Gymkhana began as a humble shack on land allocated to the Indian Association by the Governor of Kenya in 1927. It was then called the Suleman Virjee Indian Gymkhana. However, the shack itself was intended to provide more than a last leisure, for the Indian community wanted a place where they could unleash their sporting aspiration.