Match abandoned Kenya 83 (Rakep 16, Lungameni 3-6, Burger 2-16, Williams 2-19) v Namibia 15 for 0 in five overs
Left-arm medium-pacer Tangeni Lungameni's List A career-best 3 for 6 propelled Namibia's bowling attack to wipe out Kenya for 83 at United Cricket Club Ground, but heavy rain just five overs into the host's chase forced an end to play with no result. According to tournament rules, the match is now set to be replayed from scratch on the next tournament reserve day on Tuesday.
The match had originally been scheduled for Friday but never got started due to damp bowler's run-ups forcing tournament officials to push the match back into Saturday's reserve day. Though the outfield dried up by Saturday morning, sweat from the pitch covers resulted in a slightly damp pitch that caused a 90-minute delay and a reduction to 45 overs.
After losing a crucial toss and being sent in, Kenya struggled throughout the Powerplay to survive the generous movement on offer. Craig Williams finally made the first breakthrough three balls into his first-change spell in the ninth over, getting Alex Obanda to loft a drive to long-off.
Lungameni replaced Smit at the opposite end for the 10th over and had Irfan Karim edging into the slips for his first wicket. Across his next four overs, Lungameni conceded just one run. Dhiren Gondaria drove to mid-on for Lungameni's second wicket before Collins Obuya's painstaking innings of 2 in 27 balls ended when he charged in frustration only to drive a bullet straight to Gerhard Erasmus at short extra cover.
Captain Sarel Burger continued to set attacking fields, with no less than two men catching behind the wicket throughout the innings to the medium-pacers, as the final four men out were caught behind the wicket. After bowling out Kenya in 38.5 overs, Namibia had just under a half-hour to bat before lunch but thunder began to rumble across the field as the opening pair of Stephan Baard and Lohan Louwrens took the field. A steady drizzle came down throughout their short chase before it worsened into a downpour, robbing Namibia a golden chance of two points and a much-needed net run rate boost.
Peter Della Penna is ESPNcricinfo's USA correspondent @PeterDellaPenna