All matches were played at the Doonholm Road Stadium (also known as the African Stadium) in Nairobi. 7-12-1963 Kenya 6-2 Tanganyika [HT 4-1] [Daniel Nicodemus, Ali Kajo x3, Joatham Ngaiywa, Ali Sungura / Aziz, Lukondo] 8-12-1963 Scotland Am. 3-0 Uganda [HT 1-0] [Peter Buchanan, Dave Millar, Peter Lorimer] 11-12-1963 Kenya 1-1 Uganda [HT 1-0] [Ali Kajo 25' / John Bunyenyezi 50'] 11-12-1963 Scotland Am. 7-2 Tanganyika [HT 3-0] [Peter Buchanan x2, Peter Lorimer x4, Bertie Higgins / Madawa, Mutumwa] 13-12-1963 Uganda 5-0 Tanganyika [HT 0-0] [John Bunyenyezi 54' 59' 60' 89', Henry Matte (4-0)] 15-12-1963 Kenya 3-2 Scotland Am. [HT 1-0] [Ali Kajo 25' 53' pen, Joe Kadenge 80' / Doug Grant 63', Peter Lorimer 84'] [Note: Kenya's goalkeeper Erskine saved a penalty from Grant at 59'] 1.Kenya 3 2 1 0 10- 5 5 2.Scotland Amateur 3 2 0 1 12- 5 4 3.Uganda 3 1 1 1 6- 4 3 4.Tanganyika 3 0 0 3 4-18 0 Kenya squad: Coach: Elijah Lidonde Players: Bob Erskine (Scots Guards), James Sianga (Luo Union), Peter Wasiembo (Liverpool), Nassir Omar (Feisal), Peter Oronge (Central Nyanza), Amrani Shiba [c] (Liverpool), Hudson Imbusi (Maragoli), George Situma (Nyanza), Mohammed Dii (Samia), Noel Maynard (Caledonians), Joe Kadenge (Maragoli), Zachariah Changamwe (Kericho), Daniel Nicodemus (Luo Union), Enos Bondo (Luo Union), Ali Kajo (Feisal), Joatham Ngaiywa (Maragoli), Ali Sungura (Feisal). Scotland Amateur squad: Coach: Eddie Turnbull (Queen's Park) Players: Peter Buchanan, Bobby Clark, John Cole, Charlie Gilmour, Doug Grant, Bertie Higgins, Niall Hopper, Bill Kerr, Malcolm Mackay, Dave Millar, Billy Neill, John Pollatschek, Jim Stewart (all Queen's Park), Peter Lorimer (Leeds United), Tommy McLean (Kilmarnock), Bill Murdoch (Motherwell). Uganda squad: Coach: Mr Mugisha Manager: Bill Craggs Players: John Agard [c] (Bitumastic), Noah Mbowa (Mutungo), Joseph Mabirizi (Mutungo), Abdul Magid Lali (Express), Ocaya (Police), David Otti (Bitumastic), Moses Wabwai (KDS), Okee (Lango), Hassan Fauza (KDS), Okoed (Acholi / Samuel Baker School), Baker Kasigwa (Bitumastic), Wallace (Ntare), John Bunyenyezi (Ntare), Stephen Baraza (Eastern Region), Henry Matte (Namilyango College), Edirisa Nyombi (Bitumastic), Omari Makidadi (Police).
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Sources: The East African Standard (Nairobi), The Glasgow Herald
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