- Kenya’s wickets were shared between Hiren Varaiya (1/27) and Nehemiah Odhiambo (1/33).
- Kenya, who are yet to register a win in the competition, face Oman on Wednesday in their last game at the same venue.
Dhiren Gondaria’s first half-a-century was not enough as Kenya lost to hosts Namibia by eight wickets in the ongoing ICC World Cricket League Division Two tournament at the United Cricket Ground, Windhoek on Tuesday.
Gondaria’s 60 runs came off 46 balls with four boundaries and five sixes. He top scored for Kenya, who won the toss and elected to bat first, scoring 110 by the time all their batsmen were sent back to the pavilion in just 30 of their allotted 50 overs.
Alex Obanda (28 off 37 balls with a boundary and a six) was the only other batsman who posted double figures on the scoreboard.
Kenya started their innings on a sour note when opening batsman, Irfan Karim was dismissed for naught with zero scores showing on the board.
Four other batsmen Collins Obuya (0), Hiren Varaiya (0), Emmanuel Bundi (0) and Lucas Oluoch (0) were returned to the pavilion before they could score any runs.