Scotland have secured first place in CWC League 2 after a thumping win over Namibia today in Nepal.

George Munsey's quickfire 103 won him the POTM Award (CricketNepal Twitter)


Scottish captain Richie Berrington won the toss and asked Namibia to bat first. Opener Lo-handre Louwrens scored 54 but there were only three other double digit scores for the Namibians as they were bowled out for 153. Michael Leask was the leadining wicket-taker with 4-24 whilst Safyaan Sharif and Mark Watt both took three wickets each.

Kyle Coetzer and George Munsey ensured there would be no trouble chasing their target, doing so with an unbroken 157 run partnership to secure then 10 wicket win in just 22.1 overs. Coetzer scored 46 but it was Munsey who was the star, smashing his maiden ODI century to finish the match on 103 from 61 balls.

Scotland still have three matches to come but their position at the top of the table is secure. Their next match is against hosts Nepal on Friday.