Skipper Paras Khadka's aggressive innings was the key for Nepal to register their second win of the tournament, defeating UAE by 5 wickets.
Earlier, the UAE had set a target of 115 runs to Nepal in a match that had been reduced to 34 overs due to damp outfield. Nepal chased down the target in the final ball of the final over with Sompal Kami playing away on the leg side and the fielder fumbling before making the throw. He served a pitch of a delivery which nipped back after pitching on off stump line to evade Ahmed defence to shatter the stumps. Lamichhanne also took the wicket of Shaiman Anwar, highest scorer for UAE with 30 runs, in the 22nd over.
UAE never got into the grove of building their innings together as they lost wickets in regular interval to disciplined Nepali bowlers who bowled in tandem to tandem. At one stage Nepal were reeling at 20/3 inside 7 overs. With skipper at the crease, Nepal were 46/4.
Nepal: Paras Khadka (c), Dilip Nath (wk), Aarif Sheikh, Dipendra Singh Airee, Lalit Bhandari, Shakti Gauchan, KC Karan, Sandeep Lamichhane, Gyanendra Malla, Rohit Kumar, Basant Regmi, Anil Sah, Sompal Kami, Sharad Vesawkar. In 6.3 over Kami again took the wicket of Ghulam Shabber and in the 29th over Mohammad Naveed became the victim at the hands of Kami.
It was Canada's third win in as many games.
Canada began the tournament with three straight wins against Oman, United Arab Emirates and Kenya.
Nepal will take on Kenya tomorrow at the Wanderers Cricket Ground in Windhoek before facing the table topper Canada at the same venue on February 14.
The finalists of the Division 2 tournament will join the bottom four teams of the ICC ODI Championship ranking and the top four teams from the 2015-17 ICC World Cricket League Championship to compete for the remaining two spots for the World Cup 2019.