NAIROBI - The visiting Pakistan Cricket Academy whitewashed hosts Kenya in the three match one-day series when they won the third and the final limited overs match by 106 runs margin here Sunday at Nairobi Gymkhana club. Pakistan, supported by 106 from opener Raheel Majeed, posted 254 for eight and in its turn and bowled the opponents out for 148 with Yasir Shah taking three for 23 and Jimmy Kamade top scoring for Kenya with 39 in 49 balls. Pakistan had won the first one dayer by 73 in Mombasa and the second one-dayer by 19 runs here in Nairobi. The highlight of the day was fine batting performances from opener Raheel Majeed and PAC skipper Khurram Manzoor(76). They added 181 runs for the second wicket partnership after losing the first wicket at the score of just one. Raheel Majeed who had hit a triple century against Kenya in a four day game at Mombasa, slammed another century when he hit 116 ball 106 in the third and the final and the last one day match of the tour against host here Sunday at Nairobi Gymkhana ground under brilliant and hot sunshine.He and team captain Khurram Manzoor who scored 76 in 86 balls added 181 runs for the second wicket stand that boosted Pakistan Cricket Academy total to 254 for eight in allotted fifty overs. Pakistan, after winning the toss lost an early wicket when Asad Shafiq sent in as opener was bowled by medium pacer Peter Ongondo for a duck with just one run on the board. Both Raheel Majeed and Khurram Manzoor hammered a Kenyan bowling weakened by an injury to the stand in captain Thomos Odayo, to all parts of ground. Raheel Majeed hit nine fours and a six and Khurram Manzoor sent the ball nine times to the fence and once over it. He became first victim of Thomas Odayo who played in the match still being not fully fit. He had a side strain and was not comfortable when he bowled his first over. Bowling with a short run up, Thomas forced PAC skipper mistime an off drive giving a catch to Kennedy Obuya in short mid off position. The Kenyan skipper was bowling with deceptive pace difficult to detect. Pakistan lost second wicket in 35th over at 182. The visiting team almost immediately lost another wicket when Raheel Majeed was caught by Nehmiah Odhiambo off Lameck Onyoung who went on to capture four wickets for 48 runs. Thomas Odoya who in the second one dayer had managed just six overs due to side strain took the most prized wicket of Fawad Alam, another triple centurian caught by Kennedy Obuya after the stylish left hander had made 25 runs. Thomas Odoyo finished with two for 21. With quota of overs fast diminishing, the Pakistani youngster started hitting quick runs and in the process wickets fell like nine pins. The 50th over of the innings was the most interesting over when three wickets fell dramatically to Lemeck Onyango who was on the verge of a hat-trick when he  bowled Muhammed Talha(6) and Naeem Anjum(0) in successive balls but could not complete a hat trick. However, in the fifth ball of the over he dismissed Yasir Shah. Naeem Anjum and Yasir Shah could not score. Pakistan was forced to make three changes when they picked the team. They left out Anwar Ali, Umer Amin and Fahad Iqbal who played the second one dayer. Junaid Khan replaced Anwar Ali who was serving a match ban on charges of indiscipline, Wicket keeper Naeem Ajnum came in for Umer Amin and Asad Shafiq replaced Fahad Iqbal. Kenya made just one change in the team bringing in Alferd Lusseno in place of Tony Suji who was made 12th man. The media was caught in a dilemma in giving the right scores in view of discrepancies between the official scoresheet and running scores given by a famous cricket website and scoresheet of PAC which showed that Raheel Majeed had not scored a hundred. But according to official scoresheet Raheel scored 106. Summarised scores: Pakistan Cricket Academy 254 for eight (Raheel Majeed106, Khurram Manzoor 76, Fawad Alam 25, Ali Asad 28, Lemeck Onyongo 4/48, Thomas Odoyo 2/21, Peter Ongando 1/34, Nehmeah Oddhiambo 1/230.