It's certainly been a topsy turvy start to CWC League 2 in Nepal, and that continued today at the Tribhuvan University International ground in Kirtipur, with Namibia coming back from a defeat against Netherlands on Monday with a two wicket win over the hosts.

Namibian captain Gerhard Erasmus won the toss and, as with every game in this tri-series, chose to bowl first. The innings was another low scoring one in the context of most ODIs, but Nepal managed the highest total of the tri-series so far with a total of 168.

Aasif Sheikh top scored with 58, whilst Bernard Scholtz and Jan Nicol Loftie-Eaton both took four wickets for the visitors.

Namibia lost both openers early in their reply before a 52 run partnership for the third wicket between Michael van Lingen and Gerhard Erasmus got things back on track.

That partnership ended when van Lingen fell for 31, whilst the Namibian skipper went on to score 52 from 56 balls before he was the fifth man out. The tail was guided home by JJ Smit who played an uncharacteristically slow unbeaten 34 from 66 to secure the two wicket win with ten overs to spare.

Namibia are back in action on Friday when they play the Netherlands before this leg of the lengthy tournament finishes on Sunday when the home side take on the Dutch.