Hunting for wickets: Maasai warriors team up with British Army for a two-day charity tournament on the Kenyan plains

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They’re an African tribe known for their chasing society and pleased warrior customs.

Yet, the Maasai tribesmen of southern Kenya have put down their lances and demonstrated the world that they are similarly as capable with cricket bats.

A gathering of warriors played against the English Armed force Preparing Unit (BATUK) as a major aspect of a cricket competition in the wilds of Laikipia region, southern Kenya.

The two-day competition, named ‘Last Male Standing’ is a yearly philanthropy occasion the means to bring issues to light for the predicament of the northern white rhino.

Across the board poaching has annihilated quite a bit of Africa’s rhino populace. In the 1960s there were about 2,300 northern white rhinos left in the general population . By 1984 that number had dwindled to 15.

Today, the main staying male northern white rhino is found at the 90,000 section of land Ol-Pejeta Conservancy, where the cricket competition was held.

Sudan, 43, must be secured round-the-clock by furnished watchmen, on the grounds that poachers are resolved to take his ivory horn.

In an attention stunt, Sudan as of late “joined” Tinder, as an approach to help raise $9 million towards reproducing strategies.

The cash raised by the ‘Last Male Standing’ occasion will likewise go towards progressing research as an approach to spare the species from termination.

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