Namibia v Scotland, Intercontinental Cup, Windhoek, 1st day September 23, 2011

Scotland restricted despite Flannigan ton

ESPNcricinfo staff

Scotland 268 for 7 (Flannigan 102, Coetzer 62, Viljoen 3-71) v Namibia

Namibia had Scotland at 268 for 7 at the end of the first day of their Intercontinental Cup match in Windhoek, despite a century by opener Ryan Flannigan.

Choosing to bowl, Namibia got rid of Majid Haq and Preston Mommsen cheaply, but Flannigan proved difficult to dislodge. He was supported by Kyle Coetzer, and the pair put on 113 for the third wicket. Flannigan completed his maiden first-class century, but succumbed to Pikky la France soon after.

Josh Davey and Richie Berrington showed brief promise, before Namibia's opening bowlers, Kola Burger and Christi Viljoen, picked up three quick wickets before stumps to ensure honours were shared.

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