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Namibia recorded their second successive victory in the ICC World Cricket League Division 2 after beating Argentina by 178 runs at the United field on November 25.
Namibia amassed a huge total of 344 for 6 wickets off their 50 overs after winning the toss and electing to bat.
Namibia, Kenya, Zimbabwe and Guinea will contest Group 2 of the African region after the draw for the 2010 FIFA World Cup preliminary round matches was made in Durban, South Africa on Sunday afternoon.
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.
Tigers produced an amazing comeback to beat Civics 3-2 at Windhoekâ??s Independence Stadium on Friday night.
Civics seemed to be cruising to victory after taking a 2-0 lead shortly after halftime but Tigers fought back to equalise before substitute Fani Matheus scored a last minute winner.
ICC Media Release
Six teams set to battle for four places in ICC CWC Qualifier in 2009; underdog Argentina looks to rip up the formbook again
The road to the ICC Cricket World Cup (ICC CWC) 2011 continues for six teams on Saturday with the ICC World Cricket League Division 2 (ICC WCL Div.2) in Windhoek, Namibia.
Namibia stands to lose a donation of US$600 000 and possible future assistance from FIFA if an offer to install an artificial turf is not taken up.
This was said by FIFAâ??s southern African representative, Ashford Mamelodi who was in Windhoek to hold meetings with the NFA and Namibian Premier League clubs.
Black Africa, Civics out to regain lead
Black Africa and Civics will fancy their chances of going back to the top of the log after Ramblers moved ahead on goal difference after a 2-all draw against Pirates on Wednesday night.