🔰Namibia 396/3 (Kotze 148, Baard 122, Smit 61*) beat Hong Kong 245 (Rath 76, Kinchit 56, Scholtz 2-37) by 151 runs
A record Namibian total propelled by twin centuries from Stephan Baard and JP Kotze took them to a historic win over Hong Kong at Affies Park to clinch ODI status for the tournament hosts, the first time they will be playing one-day internationals since the 2003 World Cup.
🔰Papua New Guinea 221/8 (Bau 80, Doriga 65, Fayyaz 4-46, Nadeem 4-47) beat Oman 76 (Khawar 29, Pokana 5-14, Soper 3-15) by 145 runs
PNG's dreams of ODI status appeared to be going up in smoke at 32 for 5. But a miraculous recovery effort from Sese Bau and Kiplin Doriga revived their innings to post a competitive total before a stunning new-ball spell from left-arm seamer Nosaina Pokana rocked Oman as PNG reclaimed the ODI status that they lost at the 2018 World Cup Qualifier in Zimbabwe with a shock win over Oman.
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