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November 6, 2011
Namibia continued their domination over Kenya in the Twenty20 series, making it three wins in a row, at Windhoek High School. Chasing a modest 109, Kenya managed just two double-digit scores as they collapsed to 63. Namibia's opening bowlers, Hendrik Geldenhuys and Gerrie Snyman took three wickets apiece to ensure that the visitors had no chance from the start of the chase. Only Nehemiah Odhiambo and Alex Obanda managed double figures.
Earlier, Namibia too got off to a poor start with the bat, losing three wickets to seamer Lucas Oluoch. Criag Williams then led a middle-order recovery with a 16-ball 27.
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