David Wiese scored a shimmering unbeaten 66 as Namibia crushed Netherlands by six wickets to keep their capability trusts alive on Wednesday.

Subsequent to being sent into bat by Namibia captain, Netherlands pair of Max O’Dowd and Stephan Myburgh got their group looking strong so far. The pair added 42 runs for the initial remain before Jan Frylinck drew first blood by excusing Myburgh for 17.

The pair of Max O’Dowd and Colin Ackermann added 82 runs for the third wicket before the last was gotten at profound midwicket by Erasmus off Frylinck for a 32 ball-35.

O’Dowd (70) enrolled his second continuous 50 years to take Dutch to 164/4 in their apportioned 20 overs.

Jan Frylinck was Namibia’s best bowler with figures of 2/36.

Pursuing 165, Namibia openers Stephan Baard and Zane Green go their side looking consistent so far. The pair added 34 runs for the initial wicket before Fred Klaassen broke the backup excusing Green bowled for 15.

Craig Williams was tidied up by Colin Ackerman while going for an all-powerful trudge.

Wiese alongside captain Gerhard Erasmus carried Namibia back into the challenge with an important 93 run association for the fourth wicket before the last died for a quickfire 32.

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