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One Day International Series
Third One Day International
Kenya 234 (C O Obuya 55, A G Cremer 4-39) v Zimbabwe 236-6 (P Utseya 68 no)
Zimbabwe beat Kenya by 4 wkts
Zimbabwe clinched the one-day series against Kenya with a four-wicket win in Nairobi on Saturday.
Skipper Prosper Utseya's 68 not out led the tourists to a victory target of 235 with 10 balls to spare.
Utseya shared an unbroken seventh-wicket stand of 86 from just 57 balls with wicketkeeper Forster Mutizwa (38no) after the pair came together at 150-3 in the 39th over.
Zimbabwe now hold an unassailable 3-0 lead in the five-match series.
Earlier, Kenya captain Steve Tikolo won the toss and opted to bat first, a decision that looked to have backfired when his side slipped to 95-5 in the 25th over.
But number seven Collins Obuya bailed out the hosts with 55 off 63 balls, including four fours and a six.
He shared a sixth-wicket alliance of 79 with number three Alex Obanda (49) to enable Kenya to post a competitive score - they were eventually all out for 234 with three deliveries of the innings unused.
Leg-spinner Graeme Cremer, who had Obuya caught on the square-leg boundary, was the pick of Zimbabwe's attack with figures of 4-39.
The fourth match of the series takes place in Nairobi on Sunday.