Ireland 570 for 6 dec (Porterfield 186, Joyce 205) beat Namibia 251 (Kotze 78) and 212 (Kotze 48, Murtagh 4-18, Dockrell 3-55) by an innings and 107 runs

A 326-run partnership between William Porterfield and Ed Joyce set Ireland on course for an innings-and-107-run win over Namibia in Windhoek. Replying to Namibia's first-innings score of 251, Ireland declared on a mammoth 570 for six, thanks to Porterfield's 325-ball 186 (21x4, 1x6) and Joyce's 201-ball 205 (26x4, 6x6).

Needing 319 to make Ireland bat again, Namibia got off to the worst of starts, slipping to 12 for 4 as Tim Murtagh ran through their top order. Namibia recovered somewhat, with their Nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 all crossing 30, but it wasn't enough, with none of them gettting as far as a half-century. Jean-Pierre Kotze ended up top-scoring in both innings for Namibia, contributing 48 to go with his first-innings 78.

Murtagh, who picked up four wickets in the second innings, finished with a match haul of 6 for 62. Left-arm spinner George Dockrell picked up three wickets in the second innings to add to his two in the first.