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April 23, 2013
Namibia 192 for 2 (Patel 58*, Verwey 2-21) beat Kenya 190 for 5 (van Schoor 67*, van der Westhuizen 66) by 8 wickets
Namibia completed an eight-wicket victory over Kenya in Windhoek. Kenya batted first and the openers put up a partnership of 47 runs before Craig Williams bowled Tanmay Mishra. Alex Obanda and Maurice Ouma kept the innings flowing, with Ouma eventually falling for 40. Rakep Patel weighed in with a rapid 58 off 27 balls to propel Kenya to a commanding 190 for 5.
Namibia's innings started in similar fashion, with the openers putting on 36. Once Pikky ya France fell for 18, Raymond van Schoor and Louis van der Westhuizen stole the show with a 124-run stand which effectively took the game away form Kenya. van Schoor would finish not out on 67, while van der Westhuizen scored a quick fire 66 off 39 balls. Williams' 21 off 11 helped Namibia finish off the match with just three balls to spare.
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