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NAMIBIA chased down a big victory target to beat UAE in their final World Cricket League 50-over match on Saturday, but with both countries rooted to the bottom of the log, they have both been relegated to World Cricket League Division 2.
It was a fine response from Namibia who were
UAE 269 (Mufti 110, Shahzad 40, Smit 4-37, Burger 3-44) and 157 (Suri 41, Williams 5-22) beat Namibia 212 (Erasmus 78*, Raza 6-61) and 180 (Williams 48, Mustafa 3-38, Raza 2-45) by 34 runs
Left-arm spinner Ahmed Raza's match haul of eight wickets helped UAE wrap up a 34-run victory over
THE ICC Intercontinental Cup match between Namibia and UAE was delicately poised at stumps on the second day, with UAE holding an overall lead of 173 runs with four wickets in hand. (Day 1&2)
The UAE took a 57-run lead on the first innings, first scoring 269 all out and then
Uganda scored a sensational three-wicket victory against Zimbabwe to win the ICC Women's World T20 Africa Qualifier in Windhoek on Saturday afternoon.
After winning the toss and electing to bat, Zimbabwe scored 99/7, while Uganda reached the winning target with seven wickets down and three balls to spare. Uganda came into
The 6th round of the I-Cup and World cricket league versus the U.A.E is going to be held right here in Windhoek. The round will feature a series of matches, a 4-Day I-Cup match will take place as from the 16th to the 19th September 2017, the two World cricket
Positions are about to change.
Namibia face off against Kenya at 10:00 and Zimbabwe face off against Uganda for the top spot on the log.
NAMIBIA beat Tanzania by six wickets to keep their hopes alive in the ICC World Women's T20 African Qualifier in Windhoek on Tuesday.
In a thrilling match, Tanzania scored 102 runs for five wickets in their 20 overs and despite losing some early wickets, Namibia kept their nerve to reach the
The tournament that has been long anticipated and waited on has finally arrived . Tomorrow the tournament kicks off.
The tournament will run as from the 8th - 16th September 2017.
A squad of 14 players was announced for the tournament which starts in Windhoek on Friday, 8 September and will see five African nations in action, namely Namibia, Zimbabwe, Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda.
The winning nation will go through to the final round of qualifiers ahead of next year's T20 World