Namibia's bowlers will not be pleased after their batting counterparts let a golden chance to beat a full member slip through their fingers today in Kimberley.

Namibia captain Alexander Busing-Volschenk won the toss and chose to bowl first at the Diamond Oval. Sri Lanka mostly struggled against Namibia's bowlers, with Zacheo van Vuuren taking 4-23 and Johannes de Villiers taking 3-19.

Zacheo van Vuuren celebrates taking a wicket for NamibiaZacheo van Vuuren celebrates taking a wicket for Namibia (ICC)

Supun Waduge was the sole bright spot in the Sri Lankan innings, scoring an unbeaten 56 out of the Sri Lankan total of 133.

However, Namibia's batters were unable to chase down their low total, with the top eight all out for single finger scores as they collapsed to 25-8.

Numbers 9 and 10 Hanro Badenhorst and Peter-Daniel Blignaut were able to reach double figures, but that wasn't enough and Namibia were bowled out for 56, losing by 77 runs.

Namibia's final group stage match will be on Saturday against Zimbabwe, whilst Sri Lanka next play on Sunday against Australia.