Namibia overcame hosts Uganda to record their second victory at the International Cricket Council (ICC) World Twenty20 Africa Qualifier and Regional Finals.
The Namibian side posted 167-7 from their 20 overs at Kyambogo Cricket Oval in Kampala.
Karl Birkenstock led the scoring for Namibia, hitting 59 runs to help his team to a decent total.
Chasing 168 to win, Uganda made a solid start but lost wickets at regular intervals as they fell to a 42-run defeat.
Kenya also claimed their second win at the tournament as they beat Ghana by 53 runs.
Rakep Patel was the star of the show for Kenya as he scored 55 of his side's total of 141-5.
Kenya proved too good with the ball as they bowled Ghana out for just 88.
In the other match played today, Nigeria bounced back from their loss to Kenya as they edged out Bostwana by 11 runs.
Nigeria posted 119 from their 20 overs and restricted Botswana to 108-7 to get their campaign up and running.
The top two teams will progress to the T20 World Cup Qualifier in the United Arab Emirates.