Sibanda was still unbeaten, batting with wicketkeeper Reggie Chakabva, who was also not out on 75.
The Kenyans batted first and totaled 333. The Zimbabwean second-string outfit played second fiddle for most of the second day with wickets tumbling regularly. They were 178-7 at one stage. But Sibanda, who is captaining the side after being dropped from the national side to play against Kenya and Bangladesh, lifted the side to apparently liven up the tie as a contest.
Zimbabwe XI were 320-7 at stumps in their first innings. — Staff Writer.