Canada beat Kenya for the second time in as many days to secure fifth place in the ICC World Cricket League Division One and leave the African side with the wooden spoon.

Kenya put up a much better fight the second time around, but ultimately succumbed by three-wickets as Canada chased down a target of 191 with just four balls to spare.

Again skipper Ashish Bagai (39) and Zubin Surkari (49) shared a crucial partnership in the chase, putting on 85 for the sixth wicket to change the course of the match after Canada had lost three wicket for seven runs.

Both fell in the final six overs, but Jimmy Hansra and Umar Bhatti held their nerve to steer Canada over the line.

Earlier it was Canada's opening bowlers Harvir Baidwan and Bhattia who laid down the marker, taking two wickets apiece before medium-pacer Rizwan Cheema took 3 for 39.

Kenya were eventually bowled out for 190 off the last ball of the innings. The result ensured that they lost all six matches that they played in the competition.