Namibia in the history of the World Cup

United News 24 Desk ::

Namibia made history by playing in the World Cup qualifiers for the first time. Namibia beat Ireland in the main draw of the World Cup. Namibia made history by losing by a huge margin of 6 wickets to the Scots in a survival match on Friday.

This is Namibia’s first ticket to a major event at a major event of the International Cricket Council (ICC).

Ireland won the toss and elected to bat, losing eight wickets for 125 runs at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium in Dubai on Friday.

Namibia went down to chase an easy target with 9 balls to spare and secured a 6-wicket win in the Super 12s.

Short score

Ireland: 125/6 in 20 overs (Paul Sterling 36, Kevin O’Brien 25, Andy Balbirney 21; John Freelink 3/21).

Namibia: 127/2 in 16.3 overs (Gerhard Erasmus 53 *, David Wise 28 *, Jane Green 24, Craig Williams 15.

Result: Namibia won by 6 wickets.

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