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Super Sixes
                            P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
West Indies                 5    4    0    0    1    8    0.472
Afghanistan                 5    3    0    0    2    6    0.302
Zimbabwe                    5    2    1    0    2    5    0.420
Scotland                    5    2    1    0    2    5    0.243
Ireland                     5    2    0    0    3    4    0.346
UAE                         5    1    0    0    4    2   -1.950
Scorecard Ireland lost to Afghanistan by 5 wickets with 5 balls remaining , 23 March.
Scorecard Ireland (2) beat Scotland (0) by 25 runs, 18 March.
Scorecard Zimbabwe (2) beat Ireland (0) by 107 runs, 16 March.
  • WCQ, Super Six
    West Indies lost to Afghanistan by 7 wickets.
    Harare Sports Club, 25 March.
    West Indies 205 (46.5 overs, R Powell 44, S Hetmyer 38, E Lewis 27, Mujeeb Ur Rahman 4-43, Gulbadin Naib 2-28)
    Afghanistan 206-3 (40.4 overs, Mohammad Shahzad 84, Rahmat Shah 51, Mohammad Nabi 27*, C Gayle 2-38)
  • WCQ, Super Six
    UAE (2) beat Zimbabwe (0) by 3 runs.
    Harare Sports Club , 22 March.
    UAE 235-7 (47.5 overs, Rameez Shahzad 59, Ghulam Shabber 40, Rohan Mustafa 31, Sikander Raza 3-41, T Chatara 2-49)
    Zimbabwe 226-7 (40.0 overs, S Williams 80, PJ Moor 39, Sikander Raza 34, Mohammd Naveed 3-40, Rohan Mustafa 2-56)
    DLS Method: par score 229 in 40 overs.
  • WCQ, Super Six
    West Indies (2) beat Scotland (0) by 5 runs.
    Harare, 21 March.
    West Indies 198 (48.4 overs, E Lewis 66, M Samuels 51, S Sharif 3-27, B Wheal 3-34, M Leask 2-36)
    Scotland 125-5 (35.2 overs, R Berrington 33, H Munsey 32, K Roach 2-20, A Nurse 2-35)
    DLS Method: par score 130 in 35.2 overs.
  • WCQ, Super Six
    UAE (0) lost to Afghanistan (2) by 5 wickets.
    Harare, 20 March.
    UAE 177 (43.0 overs, Shaiman Anwar 64, Mohammad Naveed 45, Rashid Khan 5-41, Dawlat Zadran 3-45)
    Afghanistan 178-5 (34.3 overs, Gulbadin Nabi 74, Najuibullah Zadran 63, Mohammad Naveed 2-37, Qadeer Ahmed 2-38)
  • WCQ, Super Six
    Zimbabwe (0) lost to West Indies (2) by 4 wickets.
    Harare Sports Club, 19 March.
    Zimbabwe 289 (50.0 overs, B Taylor 138, S Mire 45, S Williams 34, J Holder 4-35, K Roach 3-55, K Paul 2-55)
    West Indies 290-6 (49.0 overs, M Samuels 86, S Hope 76, E Lewis 64, B Muzarabani 2-36, G Cremer 2-63)
  • WCQ, Super Six
    West Indies (0) lost to Afghanistan (2) by 3 wickets.
    Harare, 15 March.
    West Indies 197-8 (50.0 overs, S Hope 43, M Samuels 36, J Holder 28, Mujeeb Ur Rahman 3-33, Mohammad Nabi 2-43)
    Afghanistan 198-7 (47.4 overs, Rahmat Shah 68, Mohammad Nabi 31, Samiullah Shenwari 27, J Holder 3-39, K Paul 2-29)
  • WCQ, Super Six
    Scotland (2) beat UAE (0) by 73 runs.
    Bulayawo, 15 March.
    Scotland 322-6 (50.0 overs, M Cross 114, C MacLeod 78, K Coetzer 43, Rohan Mustafa 4-56)
    UAE 249 (47.4 overs, Mohammad Usman 80, Ahmed Raza 50, Rohan Mustafa 32, C Sole 4-68, S Sharif 2-36, B Wheal 2-45)
7th-10th Playoffs
  • WCQ, Playoffs
    Papua New Guinea beat Hong Kong by 58 runs. (9th/10th play off)
    Harare, 17 March.
    Papua New Guinea 200 (48.2 overs, T Ura 49, C Soper 40, M Dai 34, D Shah 4-11, Nadeem Ahmed 2-41, Ehsan Khan 2-43)
    Hong Kong 142 (35.2 overs, Babar Hayat 37, C Amini 4-27, N Vanua 4-24)
  • WCQ, Playoffs
    Netherlands beat Nepal by 45 runs. (7th/8th play-off)
    Kwekwe, 17 March.
    Netherlands 189-9 (50.0 overs, DB de Leede 39, M O'Dowd 28, R Van der Merwe 25, Sompal Kami 4-24, L Rajbanshi 2-38, S Lamishhane 2-41)
    Nepal 144 (44.4 overs, Sompal Kami 36, D Airee 25, R van der Merwe 4-20, P Seelaar 2-30, F Klaassen 2-37)
  • WCQ, Playoffs
    Papua New Guinea lost to Nepal by 6 wickets.
    Harae, 15 March.
    Papua New Guinea 114 (27.2 overs, D Airee 4-14, S Larrichhane 4-29)
    Nepal 114-4 (23.0 overs, D Airee 50*, Aarif Sheikh 26, N Vanua 2-25)
  • WCQ, Playoffs
    Netherlands beat Hong Kong by 44 runs.
    Kwekwe, 15 March.
    Netherlands 174 (48.2 overs, M O'Dowd 62, P Borren 31, B de Leede 29, Nadeem Ahmed 3-20, Ehsan Khan 2-30, Tanwir Afzal 2-36)
    Hong Kong 130 (43.0 overs, Babar Hayat 52, R van der Merwe 4-18, F Klaassen 2-30)
Group A
                            P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
West Indies                 4    4    0    0    0    8    1.171
Ireland                     4    3    0    0    1    6    1.479
UAE                         4    2    0    0    2    4   -1.177
Netherlands                 4    1    0    0    3    2   -0.709
Papua New Guinea            4    0    0    0    4    0   -0.865
Scorecard Ireland (2) beat UAE (0) by 226 runs (DLS), 12 March.
Scorecard West Indies (2) beat Ireland (0) by 52 runs, 10 March.
Scorecard Ireland (2) beat Papua New Guinea (0) by 4 wickets, 6 March.
Scorecard Ireland (2) beat Netherlands (0) by 93 runs (DLS), 4 March.
  • WCQ, Group A
    West Indies (2) beat Netherlands (0) by 54 runs.
    Harare, 12 March.
    West Indies 309-6 (4.0 overs, E Lewis 84, M Samuels 73*, R Powell 52, P van Meekeren 2-37, R van der Merwe 2-46, P Borren 2-55)
    Netherlands 167-6 (28.4 overs, R ten Doeschate 67*, W Barresi 64)
    DLS Method: par score 221 in 28.4 overs.
  • WCQ, Group A
    Netherlands (2) beat Papua New Guinea (0) by 57 runs.
    Harare, 10 March.
    Netherlands 216-8 (50.0 overs, Sikander Zulfiqar 53, S Edwards 27, B Cooper 26, A Nao 2-28, M Dai 2-29, C Amini 2-36)
    Papua New Guinea 159 (42.1 overs, A Vala 44 , K Doriga 32*, R van der Merwe 4-46, K Klaassen 2-25, S Snater 2-35)
  • WCQ, Group A
    Papua New Guinea (0) lost to West Indies (2) by 6 wickets.
    Harare, 8 March.
    Papua New Guinea 200 (42.4 overs, A Vale 57, T Ura 37, M Dai 35, C Brathwaite 5-7, N Miller 2-25)
    West Indies 201-4 (43.0 overs, J Holder 99*, S Hope 49*)
  • WCQ, Group A
    Netherlands (0) lost to UAE (2) by 6 wickets.
    Harare, 8 March.
    Netherlands 176 (46.3 overs, W Barresi 37, R ten Doeschate 34, S Edwards 27, Rohan Mustafa 5-26)
    UAE 177-4 (44.0 overs, Chirag Suri 78*, Mohammad Usman 36*)
  • WCQ, Group A
    West Indies (2) beat UAE (0) by 60 runs.
    Harare, 6 March.
    West Indies 357-4 (50.0 overs, S Hetmyer 127, C Gayle 123, S Hope 35*)
    UAE 297-6 (50.0 overs, Rameez Shahzad 112, Shaiman Anwar 64, Chirag Suri 38, J Holder 5-35)
  • WCQ, Group A
    Ireland (2) beat Papua New Guinea (0) by 4 wickets.
    Harare Sports Club, 6 March.
    Papua New Guinea 235 (50.0 overs, T Ura 151, C Soper 25, A McBrine 3-38, B Rankin 2-41, K O'Brien 2-53)
    Ireland 236-6 (49.1 overs, W Porterfield 111, E Joyce 53, P Stirling 27, A Vala 2-39)
  • WCQ, Group A
    UAE (2) beat Papua New Guinea (0) by 56 runs.
    Harare, 4 March.
    UAE 221 (49.4 overs, Rohan Mustafa 95, Ashfaq Ahmed 50, N Vanua 4-39, A Nao 2-42)
    Papua New Guinea 113 (25.5 overs, Mohammad Naveed 5-28, Imran Haider 2-21)
    DLS Method: par score 169 in 28 overs.
  • WCQ, Group A
    Ireland (2) beat Netherlands (0) by 93 runs.
    Old Hararians, 4 March.
    Ireland 268-7 (50.0 overs, A Balbirnie 68, N O'Brien 49, W Porterfield 47, T van der Gugten 3-59)
    Netherlands 149 (32.2 overs, T van der Gugten 33, S Edwards 26, T Murtagh 3-28, B Rankin 2-19, K O'Brien 2-28)
    DLS Method: par score 242 in 41 overs.
Group B
                            P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
Zimbabwe                    4    3    1    0    0    7    1.035
Scotland                    4    3    1    0    0    7    0.855
Afghanistan                 4    1    0    0    3    2    0.038
Nepal                       4    1    0    0    3    2   -0.893
Hong Kong                   4    1    0    0    3    2   -1.121
  • WCQ, Group B
    Zimbabwe (1) tied with Scotland (1).
    Bulawayo, 12 March.
    Zimbabwe 210 (46.4 overs, C Ervine 57, B Taylor 44, S Mire 35, S Sharif 5-33, M Leask 4-37)
    Scotland 210 (49.1 overs, R Berrington 47, K Coetzer 39, H Munsey 29, A Cremer 3-23, T Chisoro 3-42)
  • WCQ, Group B
    Hong Kong (0) lost to Nepal (2) by 5 wickets.
    Bulayawo, 12 March.
    Hong Kong 153 (48.2 overs, Nizakat Khan 47, S Lamichhane 3-17, B Regmi 2-20, Karan KC 2-35)
    Nepal 155-5 (40.4 overs, RK Paudel 48*, Sompal Kani 37*, AK Shah 26, Ehsan Khan 2-34, Aizaz Khan 2-40)
  • WCQ, Group B
    Nepal (0) lost to Afghanistan (2) by 6 wickets.
    Bulawayo, 10 March.
    Nepal 194-1 (49.5 overs, P Khadka 75, D Airee 32, Mohammad Nabi 4-33, Rashid Khan 3-45, Shapoor Zadran 2-32)
    Afghanistan 195-4 (38.4 overs, Najibullah Zadran 52*, Rahmat Shah 46, D Airee 2-25)
  • WCQ, Group B
    Zimbabwe (2) beat Hong Kong (0) by 89 runs.
    Bulawayo, 10 March.
    Zimbabwe 263-9 (50.0 overs, H Masakadza 84, B Taylor 46, V Zhuwao 45, Ehsan Nawaz 4-47, Aizaz Khan 2-41, Ehsan Khan 2-51)
    Hong Kong 174 (46.5 overs, Anshuman Rath 85, Sikanda Raza 3-30, K Jarvis 2-20, A Cremer 2-42)
  • WCQ, Group B
    Nepal (0) lost to Scotland (2) by 4 wickets.
    Queen's Sports Club, Bulawayo, 8 March.
    Nepal 149 (47.4 overs, P Khadka 63, S Whittingham 3-35, S Sharif 2-21, A Evans 2-24)
    Scotland 153-6 (41.3 overs, K Coetzer 88*, B Regmi 2-26, L Lamichhane 2-31)
  • WCQ, Group B
    Hong Kong (2) beat Afghanistan (0) by 30 runs.
    Bulawayo, 8 March.
    Hong Kong 241-8 (50.0 overs, Anshuman Rath 65, Babar Hayat 31, Mujeeb Ur Rahman 3-26, Mohammad Nabi 3-48)
    Afghanistan 195-9 (46.0 overs, Dawlat Zadran 40, Mohammad Nabi 38, Najibullah Zadran 32, Ehsan Khan 4-33, Nadeem Ahmed 2-37)
    DLS Method: par score 225 in 46 overs.
  • WCQ, Group B
    Scotland (2) beat Hong Kong (0) by 4 wickets.
    Bulawayo AC, 6 March.
    Hong Kong 91 (38.2 overs, Nizakat Khan 26, T Sole 4-15, A Evans 3-19, M watt 2-23)
    Scotland 92-6 (23.3 overs, K Coetzer 41*, Ehsan Khan 3-29, Ehsan Nawaz 2-24)
  • WCQ, Group B
    Zimbabwe (2) beat Afghanistan (0) by 2 runs.
    Bulawayo, 6 March.
    Zimbabwe 196 (43.0 overs, B Taylor 89, Sikander Raza 60, Rashid Khan 3-38, Mujeeb Ur Rahman 3-49, Dawlat Zadran 2-17)
    Afghanistan 194 (49.3 overs, Rahmat Shah 69, Mohammad Nabi 51, B Muzarabani 4-47, Sikander Raza 3-40, B Vitori 2-31)
  • WCQ, Group B
    Afghanistan (0) lost to Scotland (2) by 7 wickets.
    Bulawayo, 4 March.
    Afghanistan 255 (49.4 overs, Mohammad Nabi 92, Najibullah Zadran 67, Mohammad Sgadzad 30, B Wheal 3-36, R Berrington 3-42, S Sharif 2-46)
    Scotland 256-3 (47.2 overs, C MacLeod 157*, R Berrington 67, Mujeeb Ur Rahman 2-47)
  • WCQ, Group B
    Zimbabwe (2) beat Nepal (0) by 116 runs.
    4 March.
    Zimbabwe 380-6 (50.0 overs, Sikander Raza 123, B Taylor 100, S Mire 52, B Regmi 2-68, Sompai Kami 2-82)
    Nepal 264-8 (50.0 overs, S Vesawkar 52, Aarif Sheikh 50, P Khadka 40, Sikandar Raza 3-48, B Vitori 2-46)
Warmup Matches
Scorecard Ireland beat Scotland by 2 wickets, 1 March.
  • WCQ, Warmups
    Hong Kong v Nepal - no result.
    Kweke, 1 March.
  • WCQ, Warmups
    West Indies beat UAE by 34 runs.
    Harare Sports Club, 1 March.
    West Indies 115 (33.4 overs, Imran Haider 4-16, Rohan Mustafa 2-10, Ahmed Raza 2-14)
    UAE 83 (29.0 overs, Nikita Miller 5-20, K Roach 3-15, A Nurse 2-21)
  • WCQ, Warmups
    Zimbabwe beat Papua New Guinea by 6 wickets.
    Bulawayo AC, 1 March.
    Papua New Guinea 195 (49.4 overs, V Morea 58, A Vala 30, S Raza 2-20, T Chisoro 2-22, B Mazarabani 2-21)
    Zimbabwe 196-4 (40.3 overs, H Mazakadza 54*, B Taylor 52*, S Mire 36)
  • WCQ, Warmups
    Ireland beat Scotland by 2 wickets.
    Queen's, 1 March.
    Scotland 239 (49.3 overs, M Leask 91, G Munsey 77, C MacLeod 29, B Rankin 5-38, T Murtagh 3-42, B McCarthy 2-54)
    Ireland 243-8 (50.0 overs, A Balbirnie 79, G Dockrell 47*, N O'Brien 35, S Whittingham 2-36, T Sole 2-53, A Evans 2-64)
  • WCQ, Warmups
    Afghanistan v Netherlands - no result.
    Old Hararians, 1 March.
    Afghanistan 216 (49.5 overs, Rashid Khan 63, Sharafuddin Ashraf 42, Mohammed Nabi 32, S Snater 4-46, R van der Merwe 2-23)
    Netherlands 86-1 (17.3 overs, M O'Dowd 38*, W Barresi 38)
  • WCQ, Warmups
    Zimbabwe v Ireland - no result.
    Queen's, Bulawayo, 27 February.
  • WCQ, Warmups
    Scotland beat Papua New Guinea by 7 wickets.
    Bulawayo AC, 27 February.
    Papua New Guinea 196 (46.2 overs, Sese Bau 53, Assad Vala 39, M Watt 3-22, T Sole 3-32, Safyaan Sharif 2-44)
    Scotland 197-3 (36.4 overs, M Cross 101*, K Coetzer 46, C Wallace 32*, Assad Vala 2-23)
  • WCQ, Warmups
    Hong Kong lost to Netherlands by 8 wickets.
    Old Hararians, 27 February.
    Hong Kong 157 (41.0 overs, Babar Hayat 85, P van Meekeren 4-17, P Seelaar 2-17)
    Netherlands 153-2 (35.5 overs, W Barresi 47, M O'Dowd 45, B Cooper 40*)
    DLS Method: par score 152 in 46 overs.
  • WCQ, Warmups
    Afghanistan beat West Indies by 29 runs.
    Harare Sports Club, 27 February.
    Afghanistan 163-9 (35.0 overs, Gulbadin Naib 48, Samiullah Shenwari 42*, S Cottrell 3-43, J Holder 2-27, K Williams 2-34)
    West Indies 110 (26.4 overs, E Lewis 36, M Samuels 34, Dawlat Zadran 4-26, Rashid Khan 2-7, Sharafuddin Ashraf 2-21)
    DLS Method: par score 139 in 35 overs.
  • WCQ, Warmups
    Nepal beat UAE by 5 wickets.
    Kwekwe Sports Club, 27 February.
    UAE 171 (28.5 overs, Ashfaq Ahmed 42, Adnan Mufti 37, Ghulam Shabber 32, Lalit Bhandari 4-40, Karan KC 3-38, Lalit Rajbandhi 2-30)
    Nepal 172-5 (28.2 overs, Sharad Vesawkar 41*, DS Airee 41, Paras Khadka 28, Amir Hayat 2-15)