World Cricket League Championship, 2015-17
Snater replaces injured van der Gugten Snater replaces injured van der Gugten ( ) ZZZZ8:23 amZZZZ
Shane Snater has been called up to the Netherlands WCLC squad as cover for Timm van der Gugten.
The Dutch come back to take a last-ball thriller The Dutch come back to take a last-ball thriller ( ) ZZZZ6:59 amZZZZ
A great Dutch fightback in the final overs enabled them to win a high-scoring match by just 5 runs at Mission Road on Thursday.
Papua New Guinea move to top of table ()
Two wins over Namibia put Papua New Guinea on top of the World Cricket League Championship table.
Scotland defeat UAE again ()
Scotland moved into second place in the ICC World Cricket League (WCL) Championship with a second win in three days over United Arab Emirates at The Grange in Edinburgh.
Comprehensive win for Scotland ()
Scotland put their weather woes behind them yesterday to step up their World Cricket League bid with a comprehensive win over UAE at the Grange.
Nepal bounce back to shock Netherlands ()
Nepal bounced back from a crushing 7-wicket defeat to close out a disciplined 19-run victory over the Dutch.
Netherlands trounce Nepal in opening one-dayer ()
The Netherlands closed out a comprehensive 7-wicket win over Nepal in the first of two World Cricket League Championship matches
Netherlands vs Nepal: Preview ()
The Netherlands will host Nepal for two crucial matches at VRA in Amstelveen on Saturday and Monday.
Morea century helps make it 2 from 2 for PNG against Kenya ()
A Vani Morea century - and a remarkable Kenyan collapse - helps Papua New Guinea record a second WCLC win over Kenya.
Papua New Guinea beat Kenya in Port Moresby ()
Papua New Guinea record a 6 wicket win over Kenya in their first home WCLC game.
Rain puts paid to second Hong Kong - Scotland match ()
Scotland's second World Cricket League Championship match against Hong Kong was abandoned without a ball bowled.
Netherlands see off UAE fightback to top table ()
The Netherlands held their nerve to seal a narrow win over a resurgent UAE and claim pole position in the World Cricket League Championship.
Rain continues to plague Scotland in Hong Kong ()
Heavy rain forced the second World Cricket League Chapionship match between Scotland into the reserve day, with no play possible.
Hong Kong win on home ODI debut ()
Hong Kong beat Scotland by 109 runs in the first ODI ever in Hong Kong.
Bukhari six-for sets up big Dutch win ()
Mudassar Bukhari's career-best return of 6-24 set up an emphatic 7-wicket victory for the Netherlands over the UAE in Abu Dhabi.
Hong Kong thump UAE; move to top of table ()
A 136 run win over the UAE takes Hong Kong into first place on the WCLC table.
Jack Vare leads PNG to second win ()
Papua New Guinea make it two from two against Nepal in Abu Dhabi.
Chapman stars as Hong Kong beat UAE ()
Mark Chapman makes the second highest ODI score on debut as Hong Kong record their first ODI win.
First WCLC win for Papua New Guinea ()
Papua New Guinea beat Nepal in Abu Dhabi for their first WCLC win.
Namibia crash to second defeat ()
Kenya make it two from two as they beat Namibia again in Windhoek.
Baard century not enough as Namibia lose to Kenya ()
An innings of 132 from Stephan Baard isn't enough as Kenya edge Namibia in the first WCLC game.
Van der Merwe and Seelaar frustrate Scotland ()
A record-breaking sixth-wicket partnership was the highlight of the second day, before the rain returned to frustrate everybody.
Scots seize the initiative in Amstelveen ()
Scotland's seamers reduced the Netherlands to 74 for five on Monday before the weather took a hand.
Scotland romp to victory ()
Scotland finally beat the elements and Nepal yesterday to move joint top of the World Cricket League Championship.
Scotland frustrated by the weather ()
SCOTLAND were frustrated by the weather in their attempt to secure a second World Cricket League win over Nepal at Cambusdoon, Ayr.
Scotland ease to second win ()
Scotland win a rain shortened second WCLC match against Nepal by 9 wickets.
Mommsen looking for pitches to suit Scotland ()
Preston Mommsen believes Scottish cricket chiefs need to box clever by choosing the right venues for big matches.
Dramatic win for Scotland ()
Scotland survived a banana skin though only just - before launching their WCL campaign with a dramatic victory over Nepal at Ayr.
Mandal and Khadka heroics not enough as Nepal fall short ()
A 139 run third wicket partnership between Anil Mandal and Paras Khadka gets Nepal close - but not close enough.
Scotland start WCL campaign against Nepal ()
It may only be days since Scotland clinched their qualification for next years World Twenty20 in India but the bid to reach another global tournament begins today when Preston Mommsens side face Nepal in the first of two World Cricket League clashes at Ayr.
Kenya bounce back with win in second WCLC match ()
Kenya beat the UAE by 65 runs in their second WCLC match.
UAE beat Kenya in WCLC opener ()
The UAE open their World Cricket League Championship campaign with a five wicket win over Kenya.
Borren ton sets up second win over PNG ()
The Netherlands cruised to an 85 run win over Papua New Guinea in their second WCL Championship match, Peter Borren leading from the front with an unbeaten century
Dutch rout PNG in rain-affected first one-dayer ()
The Netherlands bounced back from defeat in last week's four day match to decisively best PNG in the abbreviated first of two WCL Championship games.
Hong Kong secure second WCLC contest ()
Hong Kong beat Namibia in the second World Cricket League Championship match.
Namibia edge close WCLC game ()
Namibia beat Hong Kong in a close World Cricket League Championship opener.