Kenya and Namibia retain unbeaten records at U19 qualifier
Wed, Sep 1, 2010 10:17 AM
Gerhard Lotter, saviour of the Namibia innings, celebrates his 150
Kenya and Namibia maintained its unbeaten records at the ICC Africa U19 CWCQ after achieving a third consecutive win.
In a very one sided match at the WAP Oval , Namibia continue its winning ways, led by Gerhard Lotter's 150, which helped his side recover from 82-6 to record an impressive 263 all out against Sierra Leone.
Christopher Coombe then took 4-26 as Sierra Leone was dismissed for 71 all out to hand Namibia a 192-run victory.
A fine 82 by Kenyan batsman Duncan Allan put his side in the driving set against east African neighbors Tanzania at the Wanderers, Windhoek, as it achieved a 100-run victory.
Kenya was bowled out in the 46th over for a formidable 209 all out, before Tanzania was dismissed for 109 all out
Botswana surprised one of the tournament favourites, Uganda, in a brilliant 97-run win.
Batting first Botswana made 212 all out off 50 overs, with V Vijayakamar making 87 and A Siiadaran taking 6-38. In reply, Uganda lost regular wickets and was dismissed for 115 all out.
Zambia recorded its first win of the qualifiers when it beat Nigeria by 68 runs.
Lawrence Mutale was the best batsmen for Zambia with 47 off 67 balls as it made 178-9.
Nigeria's batting was unable to get partnerships together and in the end it was dismissed for 115 all out.