Archive - Nov 24, 2007
Namibia got off to a great start in the ICC World Cricket League Division 2 to beat Denmark by eight wickets on Saturday, November 24.
Denmark won the toss and elected to bat but were soon in trouble.
The battle for the Namibia Premier League title is very tight with five teams at the top of the log on 10 points each, after completion of matches in round six.
Eleven Arrows beat coastal neighbours Blue Waters 1-0 to go to the top of the log with a plus five goal aggregate.
A goal by Kleophas Dawid in the dying minutes earned Oshakti City a 1-all draw against African Stars at the Sam Nujoma Stadium on Saturday, November 24.
Stars seemed to be heading for victory after scoring in the first minute, but Oshakatiâ??s persistence paid off and they equalised with only two minutes remaining.
Namibia made a great start to the ICC World Cricket League 2 competition when they beat Denmark by eight wickets at the Wanderers field on November 24.
Namibiaâ??s bowlers were in great form and dismissed Denmark for a paltry 76 runs. Ian van Zyl took 4 wickets, Louis Klazinga 3 and Kola Burger 2 wickets.