Namibia v Netherlands - Twenty20 Quadrangular (in Namibia) - 4th match – Live Score and Update

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Namibia 147 v 102 - Namibia won by 45 runs
Namibia won the fourth T20I against Netherlands by a huge margin of 45 runs after posting a decent score of 147 runs in 20 overs, at Wanderers Cricket Ground, Windhoek.
After winning the toss, the Dutch chose to field first in a bid to restrict their opposition on a small total.
However, their plans went awry when the Namibian openers SJ Baard and R Schoor gave their side an outstanding start of 45 runs as the two batsmen challenged the bowlers right from the get go.
Finally this partnership was broken on the wicket of R van Schoor, who was clean-bowled by after having smacked 20 runs off the bat.
Then with 56 runs on the board, the batting side lost their second wicket when Baard also had his stumped obliterated by Rippon with 26 runs to his name.
By 60 runs on the board, Namibia had lost three wickets and were looking in a spot of bother with the bowlers dominating the sequence of event.
However, CG and skipper SF Burger brought stability in the middle as they led their side towards 82 runs, before this partnership played its last on the demise of Williams for 12.
The skipper was then joined by NRP Scholtz, who hammered ten runs before leaving his side lingering on 98 runs.
From the look of things, Namibia were heading for a train wreck, however, Kotze came to the rescue as he jabbed an amazing knock of 26 off 16, playing a dominating role in helping side reach a comfortable score. The skipper meanwhile, stayed unbeaten
on 24 off 25.
It was now up to the Dutch batsmen to finish the job, as they got off to a decent start of 24 runs before losing their first wicket. They then suffered the demise of their second batsman with 35 runs on the board.
The Namibian bowling attack was right on as they refused to give the Dutch batmen any breathing space, taking wickets regularly.
Netherlands were consequently bowled-out in 17.3 overs for 102 runs.



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