Barras need 213 to win

The visitors won the toss this morning and elected to bat first. Opener, Stephan Baard, set the tone with his 51 runs early on in the innings.

But Baard continued to run out of partners as the top order crumbled.

Baard was himself bowled out in the 20th over by Mahuru Dai.

It was middle order batsman, Nicolaas Scholtz, who top scored with an unbeaten 61 runs.

For the Barras, Willie Gavera (3/39) and Norman Vanua (3/38) were good with the ball. Namibia was all bowled out in the last ball of the last over. 

ICC match set for tomorow

The world record holder for the highest score in a one-day match, the PNG Hebou Barramundis will take on South African rival team Namibia tomorrow at the Amini cricket park in Port Moresby.

Georgia beat Namibia 17-16

Namibia led at half-time in a World Cup game for the first time after two penalties by Theuns Kotze.

Georgia were guilty of too many handling errors in a first half that lasted 68 minutes in real time.

However, they scored two tries after the break through Mamuka Gorgodze and Lasha Malaguradze to help seal victory before Kotze went over for Namibia.

While that try earned the Africans their first ever World Cup point, the result lifts Georgia, who have eight points, above Tonga into third place in Pool C.

Rugby World Cup 2015: Tonga 35-21 Namibia

Telusa Veainu and Jack Ram crossed for Tonga, but Namibia's Johan Tromp pulled a try back, before Latiume Fosita's try helped Tonga into a 22-7 lead.

Ram got his second score soon after the break to secure Tonga's bonus point, although Namibia captain Jacques Burger was then forced over to keep it close.

But Veainu's second try secured Tonga's first win of this World Cup, despite a late consolation score from Burger.