The 2013 East Africa Premier League was the third edition of Cricket Kenya's East Africa Premier League competitions. The competition took place at the Nairobi Club Ground and Simba Union Club Ground from the 7th to 11 August 2013. It featured several significant changes from the first two editions, including the massive overhaul of the identities of the Kenyan franchises participating as well as the participation of several high-profile Pakistani cricketers suck as Kamran Akmal and Imran Nazir. The tournament was won by Rising Stars Chuis who defeated Ruwenzori Warriors by 9 wickets in the final.
Rising Stars Chui:
Collins Obuya (c), Harrison Angila, Boniface Anjere, Imran Nazir, Kamran Akmal (wk), Irfan Karim, Rajesh Khetiya, Alfred Luseno, David Maina, Martin Mworia, Martin Okoth, Joseph Owino, Kirtan Patel, Henry Rudd, Vishal Shikotra, Subham Patel, Tarandeep Singh, Hiren VaraiyaExpress Ndovu
Rakep Patel (c), Gautam Bhudia, Kavi Dosaja, Gurdeep Singh, Imran Nazir, Ikreeth Kenth, Peter Kituku, Peter Koech, Maninder Singh, Mohammad Sami, Nikul Patel, Lucas Oluoch, Paresh Gami, Abdul Rehman, Mitesh Sanghani, Paramveer Singh, Abraham Vadada, Dominic WesongaI & M Bank Nyati
Tanmay Mishra (c), Josephat Ababu, Abdulqadir Najmi, Ibrahim Akello, Nick Oluoch, Hamza Malik (wk), Jimmy Kamande, Karan Kaul, Krutarth Rao, James Ngoche, Alex Obanda, Elijah Otieno, Emmanuel Bund, Willam Rudd, Raj Savala, Waqas AslamSameer Simba
Morris Ouma (c), Stephen Biko, Dhiren Gondaria, Bhargab Goswami, Nadeem Ahmed, Shem Ngoche, Eugene Ochieng, Nelson Odhiambo, Kennedy Owino, Harsh Patel, Narendra Patel, Gagandeep Singh, Gurmanjot Singh, Taaha Sulemanjee, Siddhant Taneja, Bhavya ThakerNile Knights
Davis Arinaitwe (c), Hamza Saleh, Asadu Seiga, Nicholas Kebba, Arthur Kyobe, Deusdedit Muhumuza, Benjamin Musoke, Frank Nsubuga, Faruk Ochimi, Jackson Ogwang, Richard Okia, Raymond Otim, Danniel Ruyange, Ivan Thawithemwira, Arthur ZirabaRwenzori Warriors
Lawrence Sematimba (c), Abdulah Lubega, Hamu Bagenda, Fred Isabirye, Jeremy Kibukamusoke, Brian Masaba, Mohammed Akmal, Roger Mukasa, Naeem Bardai, Martin Ondeko, Arnold Otwan, Jonathan Sebanja, Shamu Mukaaya, Abu Sseguya, Henry Ssenyondo, Charles Waiswa