HARARE (AFP) Mark Vermeulen, Forster Mutizwa and Brendan Taylor all scored half-centuries as Zimbabwe beat Kenya by six wickets to win the fourth one-day international and wrap up the five-game series on Saturday. Chasing 271 to win, after Kenya had won the toss and chosen to bat, Zimbabwe reached their target with two overs to spare. After opener Hamilton Masakadza hit 23, Vermeulen (56) and Mutizwa (79) then added 111 for the second wicket at better than a run-a-ball. Taylor (60 not out) was still there at the end as Zimbbawe sealed victory. Earlier, Maurice Ouma top-scored with 58 to lead Kenyas innings. Kenya were well placed at 190 for 3 in the 40th over, with Ouma and Rakep Patel adding 86. Kenya also had a good start with openers David Obuya and Alex Obanda putting on 64 in 12 overs.