Netherlands 174 for 4 (Szwarczynski 55, ten Doeschate 47, Kelly 3-36) beat Bermuda 165 for 7 (Romain 46, ten Doeschate 3-35) by six wickets (D/L method)
Eric Szwarczynski's half-century took Netherlands to a comfortable six-wicket win over Bermuda in the second and final ODI at Amstelveen. While Thursday's game was washed out because of heavy rain, today's was restricted to 40 overs-a-side and Netherlands chased down their revised total of 174 with 23 balls to spare.
Netherlands were cruising along at 54 for 1 when opener Tom de Grooth retired hurt for 16. In came Szwarczynski and added 82 with Ryan ten Doeschate, who had taken 3 for 35 in Bermuda's innings. Szwarczynski took Netherlands to safety and fell only when five runs were required.
Earlier Bermuda captain Irving Romaine had scored 46 off 47 balls and added 76 with Steve Outerbridge to take Bermuda to 165.
Netherlands will next host Kenya at the same venue for an Intercontinental Cup match starting August 16, while Bermuda will head to Canada for the Associates tri-series.