England fast bowling legend James Anderson photographed on the day he was announced as our first Executive Producer (Anthony Devlin/PA Wire. Activate Sport/Press Association Ltd)
One of our favourite images - reminds us of when filming 'got a little epic' up on the cliffs overlooking the plains.
UNDER AFRICAN SKIES
It's not the easiest place to train, and the wicket resembles the surface of the moon, but the guys just love playing cricket.
DANIEL "THE CRICKET MAN"
A tall, talented player, Daniel dreams of being the first Maasai to play for Kenya. He's already been selected for a regional side in Nairobi.
Our first interview, Sonyanga's father, Mr Ole Ngais. Before you can change a community, you must change your own family. Once the strongest warrior in Laikepia, now he says it's time to follow the Cricket Warriors and end harmful practices.
IT'S NOT GOODBYE...
...It's see you soon! We had an extremely emotional day meeting & interviewing girls at a rescue centre in Dol Dol. Kat, our Assistant Producer & Sound Recordist was especially popular.
Sonyanga - a key figure in our story. Watching him grow as a leader of the Cricket Warriors has been wonderful.
EYE OF THE STORM
We sent Benny our D.O.P scrambling up on the rocks. Cue rain, lightning, thunder. "Er, Benny, was that a roar...?"
CHECK THE FRAME
Our Director Barney looks at the shot, high in the hills above Dol Dol. Good t-shirt!
One of the Cricket Warriors, Francis, photographed in the village of Il Polei, Kenya.