Namibia maintained its unbeaten record in the ICC World Twenty20 qualifying tournament on Friday but was given a run for its money by Uganda, winning by four runs.

. Namibia, going into the match unbeaten in three games, was restricted to 140 for five in its 20 overs, after Uganda's Charles Waiswa took three key wickets. Raymond van Schoor top scored with 60 off 62 balls.

Uganda needed 10 off the last over to secure the win but tight bowling from captain Sarel Burger and Christi Viljoen left it four runs short of the target.

Defending champion Afghanistan also made it four in four beating Nepal.

The results: Group A: Canada 175 for six bt Bermuda 103; Afghanistan 157 for six bt Nepal 123 for six; Hong Kong 131 for nine lost to Papua New Guinea 132 for six; Denmark 117 for nine lost to the Netherlands 122 for three.

Group B: Namibia 140 for five bt Uganda 136 for six; Scotland 158 for five bt Oman 106; Italy 145 for three lost to Kenya 146 for three; Ireland 160 for six bt USA 96.

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