Namibia have won all five matches against Uganda as they hosted their African rivals during the past week.

The first T20I on Saturday saw Uganda post 134-5. Namibia lost both openers cheaply, but captain Gerhard Erasmus hit an unbeaten 62 from 36 balls to help secure a relatively easy seven wicket win with 5.1 overs to spare.

Namibia batted first in the first of two T20Is on Easter Monday, matching Uganda's total from the first match with 134-6. Rain brought an end to Uganda's reply in the 13th over with their total on 65-5. They were behind the DLS par score and lost by 20 runs.

The rain relented enough so that a full T20I could be played in the afternoon, with Namibia making the highest score of the series of 189-3 thanks to Craig Williams scoring 81 from 49 balls. Tangeni Lugmani and Jan Frylinck both took three wickets for the home side as Uganda were bowled out for 124 to lose by 65 runs, completing a T20I series sweep for the home side.

Attention turned to the fifty-over format on Wednesday, with Namibia batting first after being put in. After a promising opening partnership of 45, Uganda had them on the back foot at 148-6 before a 132 run partnership between JJ Smit and Michael van Lingen got the home team back on track. Smit was dismissed having scored 81 from just 56 balls, whilst van Lingen finished unbeaten on 56 out of a total of 301-7.

Uganda's reply featured a battling innings of 105 from Ronak Patel, but only three other batsmen were able to even reach double figures as they were restricted to 203-7. Debutant Ruben Trumpelman took 5-36 to take home the player of the match award.

Another total of over 300 for Namibia in the final match of the week on Thursday, with Stephan Baard's knock of 145 from 105 balls helping them to a total of 355-9. Uganda struggled again in reply and were bowled out for 192 to lose by 163 runs. Namibia shared their wickets around this time with four bowlers all taking two wickets each.