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January 19, 2000
Bangladesh wasted no time in racing to a seven wicket victory over Namibia in the Plate Championship of the under-19 World Cup at the Uyanwatte stadium in Matara on Wednesday.
Namibia were plainly outplayed. Put in to bat, they were shot out for 57 in 28.3 overs. The fact that extras with 22 provided the top score tells the sad tale of the Namibia innings. None of the batsmen reached double digits with S Gericke top scoring with eight. Interestingly enough, they were no ducks in the innings, Hannan Sarker was quite unplayable as his final figures of 10-4-15-5 will illustrate.
Bangladesh reached their easy target in only 11.1 overs as probably the most lop sided encounter in the tournament came to a quick end.
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