Gerrie Snyman continued his brilliant batting form at the ICC World Cricket league Division 2, with a sparkling innings of 195 runs against the United Arab Emirates on November 28.
Snyman clubbed the hapless UAE bowlers to all corners of the field as Namibia racked up a formidable total of 358 for the loss of six wickets off their 50 overs.
Snyman looked well set to reach a double century but was run out as he tried to push the run rate along.
Snyman received good support from Dawid Botha who scored 58, while Bjorn Kotze added 31 runs.
It was Snymanâ??s second century of the tournament while his run aggregate bow stands at 512 runs in four innings at an incredible average of 170.
The UAE are unbeaten after their first three matches, but will have to beat their best if they hope to beat Namibia, since their batsmen will have to score at more than seven runs an over.
Late flourish by Argentina
At the CCD field, Uganda seemed to be cruising to an easy win against Argentina before a late revival by Argentinaâ??s tailenders.
Argentina were struggling at 87/8, but their captain Esteban MacDermott and tailender Diego Lord put on a stand of 65 runs to take Argentina to 152 for the loss of eight wickets at the end of their 50 overs.
MacDermot was not out on 43 and Lord not out on 26.
Brisk start by Denmark
At the United firled, Denmark made a brisk start against Oman. After 13 overs, Denmark had reached 78 for the loss of one wicket with Frederik Klokkers not out on 32 and Carsten Pedersen not out on 30.
Oman are unbeaten after three matches, while Denmark has only won one of its three matches to date.