The match between Namibia and Kenya in the ICC World Cricket League Division 2 was abandoned for a second time in Namibia on Saturday.
The fixture which was abandoned for the first time yesterday, was moved to the reserve day, but could not be concluded today due to rain.
Kenya who batted first were bowled out cheaply for 83 runs in 38.5 overs. Namibia’s Tangeni Lungameri was the stand out bowler taking three wickets for six runs in seven overs. Sarel Burger and Craig Williams also chipped in with two wickets apiece. In reply Namibia were 15 for no wicket after five overs, before the rain started to fall. The playing conditions stipulate a minimum of 20 overs must be played in order for a result.
The fixture will be rescheduled to Tuesday, as long as all matches are completed on Sunday and Monday.
11 February: Namibia v Oman (Wanderers); Kenya v Canada (WAP); UAE v Nepal (Trustco UNITED)
12 February: Kenya v Nepal (Wanderers); UAE v Oman (WAP); Namibia v Canada (Trustco UNITED)
13 February: Rest/reserve
14 February: Nepal v Canada (Wanderers); UAE v Namibia (WAP); Kenya v Oman (Trustco UNITED)
15 February: Final (Wanderers); 3rd v 4th Playoff (WAP); 5th v 6th Playoff (Trustco UNITED)