Whilst some play was able to take place today between Namibia and Kenya at the United Club Ground in Windhoek, there was still no result at the second attempt to play the game.

The hosts won't be too pleased with that outcome either, as they had Kenya well on the back foot when the game was finally called off after lunch.

The game had already been reduced to a 45 over contest, with Kenya batting first after Namibian captain Sarel Burger won the toss. They were bundled out for just 83, with Tangeni Lungameni taking three wickets for just six runs.

Namibia had scored 15-0 from 5 overs when the rain returned, sending the players from the field for an early lunch. The rain never relented enough to enable even a 20 over run chase - which would have left Namibia needing just 8 more runs - and the game was abandoned.

Another attempt will be made to play this game on the next reserve day - Tuesday - but the teams will both be back in action tomorrow, with Namibia playing Oman and Kenya playing Canada. Nepal will play the UAE in the other match of the day.