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Netherlands won Pepsi ICC World Cricket League Division 2 title

Netherlands defeated host Namibia by eight wickets in the Pepsi ICC World Cricket League Division 2 final on Saturday. Dutchman Michael Rippon registered stat 10-1-37-5, which spun Namibia for 212 in 49.2 overs. In Batting Peter Borren, Cooper and Stephan Myburgh ensured victory over Namibia. Netherlands and Namibia have qualified for the Pepsi ICC World Cricket League Championship and the first-class ICC Intercontinental Cup. Canada and Uganda will play in the Pepsi ICC World Cricket League Division 3.

Brief Scorecard

Final
Namibia 212 , 49.5 overs (CG Williams 54, G Synman 30; Rippon 5-37)
Netherlands 213/2, 41 overs (P Borren 60*, BN Cooper 51*; G Synman 1-45)
Netherlands won by 8 wickets
Player of the Match: Michael Rippon (Netherlands)

Third/fourth position play-off
Kenya 208/9, 50 overs (Odhiambo 48, Patel 44, Sompal Kami 3-41)
Nepal 193 all out, (B Bhandari 73, G Malla 48; E Otieno 4-45)
Kenya won by 15 runs
Player of the Match: Patel (Kenya)

Fifth/sixth position play-off
Canada 140 out, 46 overs (Tariq 32, AS Hansra 31; Ssenyondo 3-21, Jonathan Sebanja 3-26)
Uganda 144 for two, 25.2 overs (PM Selowa 48*, AL Ndhlovu 40*)
Uganda won by 8 wickets
Player of the Match: Ssenyondo (Uganda)

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