Worldwide News 2010
Afghanistan no match for Udawatte ton ()
Afghanistan lose to Sri Lanka A after a fine century from the host's Mahela Udawatte.
Afghans win a close one ()
Afghanistan beat Canada with just one ball to spare in the final round of the Sri Lanka Twenty 20 quadrangular tournament..
An interview with new Fiji captain Joe Rika ()
Young batting star ready to lead a new look Fijian side at the forthcoming World Cricket League Division 5 tournament in Nepal.
UAE beat USA in first warm-up match ()
A disastrous batting collapse by the USA sees the UAE cruise to a five wicket win at Sharjah.
Maldives thrashed again ()
The Maldives crash to another heavy defeat in the South Asian Games, this time to Sri Lanka.
Australian Government signs funding partnership with ICC EAP ()
The Federal Government will contribute AUS $1.6 million to cricket development programs in the EAP region over the next four years.
Easy win for Nepal ()
Nepal secure their spot in the bronze medal match at the South Asian Games with an easy win over the Maldives.
Bahamas maintain unbeaten record ()
The Bahamas maintained its unbeaten record at the ICC Americas Division 2 after overcoming Panama on Friday.
USA just edge the battle of the wild cards ()
A belligerent half-century from Timroy Allen took the United States to a last-over win over hosts UAE in their final warm-up game on Sunday.
Bahamas captures ICC Americas Division 2 title ()
The Bahamas win the Americas division two title, despite losing their final match to Suriname.
Nepal come close to upset ()
Nepal come within a whisker of upsetting Pakistan in the bronze medal match at the South Asian Games.
Five Argentines honoured with ICC Centenary medals ()
As part of the ICC Centenary celebrations of last year, medals were distributed amongst member countries to be awarded to individuals deserving of recognition for service to cricket.
ICC Americas South U15 Championship begins in Buenos Aires ()
The ICC Americas South U15 Championship starts in Buenos Aires, Argentina tomorrow, in what is now a straight three match series between Argentina U15 and Chile U15.
'Obanda hope all yet who enter here . . .' ()
A fine innings by Alex Obanda ensured a strong Kenyan victory as the side bounced back from yesterday's defeat and gave themselves a chance of going through to the next stage.
Hosts spring opening day's final surprise ()
Opener Arfan Haider and a foursome of left-arm spinners were the UAE's matchwinners against a lacklustre Kenya.
Kenya keep going as Scotland flop out ()
The African side gets into the right mood for confrontation with the Dutch as it overwhelms Canada. Meanwhile Scotland lose a crucial encounter with Afghanistan.
Argentina U15 too powerful for Chileans on day one ()
In the first of a three match series between Argentina U15 and Chile U15 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, the hosts completed a comfortable 10 wicket victory.
It's curtains for Kenya ()
Seven-wicket defeat by Dutch knocks Africans out of T20 qualifiers
Argentina U15 clinch series against spirited Chileans ()
Although Argentina U15 ultimately cruised to an 8-wicket win, and thereby clinch the three match series by going 2-0 up, the Chile U15 side showed great improvement on day two.
UAE move a step closer to the Caribbean ()
A disappointing batting display from Canada on Thursday enabled the UAE to retain their undefeated record after the group stage.
Once it was Kenya, now it's Afghanistan ()
Both the Kenyans and the Dutch have a lot of pride to play for
USA Cricket announces first Destination USA match series ()
New Zealand and Sri Lanka are set to play three Twenty20 Internationals in May in Florida.
Emiratis make Afghanistan work hard to qualify ()
Despite being held to a disappointing 100 for nine by the strong Afghan attack, the hosts' quintet of spinners took the favourites to the final over.
Argentina Under 15s complete clean sweep ()
The hosts did enough to clinch a 54 run victory in the third and final contest between the two teams.
Namibia win opening game in Zimbabwe ()
Namibia start their Stanbic Bank Twenty20 Cup campaign with a win.
Fiji beaten by Kathmandu in warm-up fixture ()
The Fijians are shown just how strong domestic cricket is in Nepal.
Namibia lose second Twenty20 match ()
Namibia lose to the Mashonaland Eagles in their second Stanbic Twenty20 Cup match.
Kenya needs to come out of doldrums ()
Cricket Kenya is presiding over a sport seriously in decline.
Sharjah to hit 200 ()
Sharjah will become the first ground to host 200 ODIs when Afghanistan and Canada play their second ODI on Thursday.
Fijians are underdogs for WCL 5 ()
The outsider tag is probably justified but Fiji can cause some upsets.
Injury-hit Afghanistan secure thrilling win over Canada ()
The first ODI in Sharjah went down to the last ball on Tuesday, with a depleted Afghanistan just managing to defend a total of 289 for six, with centuries for Noor Ali Noori and Mohammad Shahzad.
Australian indigenous squad to play PNG ()
The national indigenous team of Australia will visit Port Moresby in July to play four matches.
No bite from the vipers ()
The Namibia Desert Vipers lose again in Zimbabwe.
Nepal's target is to win every game ()
Nepal coach Roy Dias talks to NepalCricket about his team's challenge for the WCL Division 5 title.
Khurram Chauhan burst sets up Canadian victory ()
A devastating opening spell by seamer Khurram Chauhan put Canada on top in the second ODI against Afghanistan, and his side went on to level the series with a four-wicket victory.
USA crush Fiji ()
Fijians begin WCL Division 5 with a disheartening defeat.
First-day honours to Canada in Sharjah ()
But four wickets in the final session give Afghanistan hope that they may keep the Canadian total to manageable proportions, despite a stand of 155 between Nitish Kumar and Ash Bagai.
Vipers bite back ()
The Namibia Desert Vipers came back with a win yesterday after a wash out in their fourth match.
It's brother power for Kenya ()
Obuya brothers team up in 203-run stand
Another huge defeat for Fiji ()
Fiji's division five campaign is in tatters after they were thrashed by Jersey today.
Kenya fail to do double over Dutch ()
Kenya and Netherlands share ODI spoils
Namibia finish third ()
Namibia secure a third place finish in Zimbabwe's Twenty20 Cup.
Afghanistan face uphill struggle in Sharjah ()
On 110 for three at the end of the second day chasing Canada's 566, Afghanistan are in serious trouble in their Intercontinental Cup match.
Argentina look for immediate return to U19 Division 1 ()
The ICC Americas U19 Division 2 tournament kicks off in Buenos Aires, Argentina, with the host nation intent on regaining a place in the regional age-group Division 1 tournament.
MCC go pink in Middle East ()
The MCC will play all the games on their tour of the UAE and Oman using pink balls.
Afghanistan set 494 to win as Bagai elects to turn the screw ()
Canada took first-innings points and a lead of 302 on the third day of their Intercontinental Cup match in Sharjah, but surprisingly chose not to make Afghanistan follow on.
Singapore too good for Fiji but only just ()
A much improved effort by the Fijians.
Top three win again in Kathmandu ()
But the USA and Singapore survived scares before beating Jersey and Fiji respectively, while Nepal were comfortable winners in a fog-reduced match against Bahrain.
Afghanistan once again the last-day kings ()
Set 494 to win by Canada in the final innings in Sharjah Afghanistan did it with fourteen balls to spare, thanks in large part to a magnificent not-out 216 by Mohammad Shahzad.
Defeat for USA and victory for Bahrain open things up ()
The stage is set for a thrilling - and potentially complicated - conclusion to the WCL 5 tournament as Singapore beat the USA on Wednesday and Bahrain beat Jersey.
More misery for Fiji ()
Nepal secure an easy victory over the Blues.
Relegation confirmed for Fiji ()
Bahrain snare fourth place in Kathmandu.
Argentina suffer defeat against Suriname ()
Argentina falls short of a target of 85 in their second match of the Americas Under 19 Division 2 tournament.
Argentina starts Under 19 tournament with a victory ()
Hosts Argentina began the ICC Americas Under 19 Division 2 championship with an emphatic 201 runs victory over Chile.
Rioting mars World Cricket League Division 5 ()
Rioting by Nepalese fans in Kathmandu enables their team to avoid missing out on promotion to WCL Division 4, and at the same time denies Singapore their promotion.
Argentina beats Belize to win Americas Under 19 Division 2 ()
Argentina beat Belize by 90 runs at Belgrano to take the title on run rate ahead of both Suriname and Belize.
Kenya's victory brings the smiles back ()
Now's the time to roll out redevelopment plans
Singapore players speak out ()
Singapore players and officials give their perspective on the riot at the World Cricket League in Kathmandu and its consequences.
Singapore welcomes ICC investigation of Kathmandu riot ()
The ICC announced on Tuesday that it had launched an investigation into last Friday's events during the WCL 5 match in Kathmandu, a move immediately welcomed by the Singapore CA.
ICC announces team to investigate WCL 5 incident ()
Three-man team named to investigate the events surrounding the World Cricket League match between Nepal and USA.
111th North v South begins at Hurlingham ()
The historic annual three-day North v South match gets underway at the Hurlingham Club on Friday.
South hold edge after absorbing first day ()
In a hard-fought first day of the 111th annual three-day North vs South match, the South probably claimed an overall edge.
North set for big run chase on final day ()
After a second day of contrasting fortunes, North have been left to score a daunting 299 runs on the final day.
South clinch 136 run victory on final day ()
South won the 111th North v South match at the Hurlingham Club by 136 runs after bowling out North for 196 before tea on the third day.
ACC starts clamp down on expatriates ()
The Asian Cricket Council has begun a clamp down on the heavy use of expatriate players, starting with the ACC Under-16 Elite Cup.
Japan on track to compete at Asian Games ()
But which countries will join them?
ACC Under-16 Elite Cup - Day one ()
Nepal, Singapore and Bahrain all win on day one in Nepal.
ACC Under-16 Elite Cup - Day two ()
Wins for Saudi Arabia, Hong Kong and Nepal on day two in Nepal.
Philippines preparing for international competition ()
An interview with Iain Sinclair, the Acting CEO of the Philippine Cricket Association.
ACC Under-16 Elite Cup - Day three ()
Nepal secure semi-final place, Singapore and Malaysia also win.
Singapore win ACC Under-16 Elite Cup ()
Singapore beat Nepal in the final of the first ACC Under-16 Elite Cup.
British overseas territories tournament to launch in October ()
The first British overseas territories tournament will take place in Montserrat in October.
Work starts on turf pitches in Port Moresby ()
Amini Park and Colts Ground are set to become PNG's first international standard playing venues.
Hong Kong ease to warm-up win over China ()
Hong Kong warm-up for the ACC Trophy Elite with a big win over China.
Problems in Canadian cricket ()
Former Cricket Canada CEO Atul Ahuja highlights problems in the administration of cricket in his country, and expresse doubts about its ability to host international matches and the 2012 Under 19 World Cup.
American College Tournament: trying to run before it can walk ()
Toronto's York University takes the title in a tournament that promised much but delivered far less.
Double defeat ends disappointing season ()
Two defeats to North West end Namibia's disappointing South African season.
PNG's Willie Gavera to play club cricket in Scotland ()
The promising fast bowler will represent Aberdeenshire in 2010.
Fiji's Annual Easter Tournament ready to roll this weekend ()
Eight teams to participate in the 2010 event.
ACC Trophy Elite underway tomorrow ()
The 2010 ACC Trophy Elite tournament starts tomorrow in Kuwait.
Lomas win First Division Championship ()
The 2009-10 Argentine domestic season officially reached its pinnacle over the weekend with the culmination of league matches.
Afghanistan show they mean business ()
Afghanistan thump Bhutan, defending champions lose to Nepal and the hosts beat Singapore in a thriller on day one in Kuwait.
Record breaking win for the UAE ()
The UAE maul Bhutan whilst Oman ease to a win over Singapore on day two in Kuwait.
UAE break the 500 barrier ()
The United Arab Emirates become the first team to score more than 500 in an official international one-day match.
Namibia and Bermuda ready for "vital game" ()
Namibia coach Johan Rudolph is looking for maximum points as his side takes on Bermuda in the Intercontinental Shield in Windhoek.
UAE triumph in battle of the favourites ()
The UAE beat Afghanistan in a close encounter, whilst Nepal and Hong Kong also win on day three in Kuwait.
Afghanistan only just hold on ()
Afghanistan beat Malaysia - but only just, and Nepal easily beat Singapore.
Former CEO sues Cricket Canada ()
Cricket Canada's former CEO, Atul Ahuja, has filed a lawsuit for more than $50,000 in unpaid salary.
Bermuda collapse puts Namibia in control ()
Bermuda have left themselves with a mountain to climb after a disastrous final session on the first day of their Intercontinental Shield game with Namibia.
Bermuda's bowlers take a battering ()
Namibia openers Raymond van Schoor and Ewald Steenkamp put on a record-breaking 374 as Bermuda's bowlers were put to the sword in Windhoek.
Malaysia, Oman and Hong Kong all win easily ()
Malaysia, Oman and Hong Kong all record straightforward victories on day five of the ACC Elite Trophy in Kuwait.
Bermuda suffer innings thrashing by Namibia ()
There will not be many defeats that will be more comprehensive or more emphatic than Bermuda's Intercontinental Shield loss to Namibia.
Malaysia eliminate the UAE ()
Malaysia pull off a thrilling win over the UAE to reach the semi-finals. Hong Kong beat Oman to join them.
Nepal break semi-final hoodoo, Afghanistan knockout Hong Kong ()
Nepal win their first semi-final since 2002 as Malaysia almost pull off another upset; Afghanistan ease to victory over Hong Kong.
Jamaica betters Canada in low scoring affair ()
Jamaica made hard work of beating Canada by four wickets in the latest match of the Jamaica Cricket Festival.
Romaine cracks century in Bermuda defeat ()
Irving Romaine scored a fine century in a losing effort for Bermuda in their first one-day encounter with Namibia yesterday.
Two defeats for El Salvador on Belize tour ()
El Salvador lose both games on their brief tour of Belize.
Afghanistan win ACC Trophy ()
Afghanistan have won their first ACC Trophy after a relatively simple win over Nepal in the final.
Argentina to defend Under 13 title in Peru ()
The Argentina Under 13 squad today set off for Lima where they will defend the South American title they won in Brazil last year.
Canada lose to West Indies ()
Narsingh Deonarine scores 40 and takes four wickets as West Indies beat Canada.
Namibia tour ends with another crushing defeat ()
Another big defeat for Bermuda on their Namibian tour.
Jamaica record comprehensive win over Canada ()
Hosts Jamaica recovered from a poor result against Ireland as they romped to a 63 run victory over Canada.
Chile wins South American U13 Championship ()
Lima, Peru was the venue for the 2nd South American Under 13 Championship from April 9th to April 12th.
Chanderpaul stars as West Indies crush Canada ()
208 runs is the margin of victory in a comprehensive victory.
Canada pull out of Under-19 hosting duties ()
Cricket Canada have pulled out of hosting the 2012 Under-19 World Cup.
Volcanic ash cloud delays Afghanistan ()
The volcanic ash cloud that has closed European air space is preventing Afghanistan flying out to the West Indies.
European fans can follow the World Twenty20 ()
The Eurosport television channel has confirmed it will broadcast 23 matches from the World Twenty20 in the West Indies.
Africa Division 2 underway through the rain ()
Rain mars WCL Africa Division 2 with only one match being played out of six scheduled on the first two days.
Kathmandu riot report kicked further into long grass ()
The ICC Board has deferred consideration of the report into the events in Kathmandu on 25 February, referring it first to its Development Committee.
Las Condes win Chile's Metropolitan Cup ()
Las Condes beat Santiago by 177 runs after Iain Last scores 195.
India overcome brave Afghanistan ()
Afghanistan fought hard, but India come out on top in the ICC World Twenty20.
Zambia book their ticket to Kuwait ()
Zambia win WCL Africa division two to secure their place in division eight of the World Cricket League.
Cricket Canada statement on Under-19 World Cup ()
Cricket Canada president Ranjit Saini has issued a statement regarding Canada's decision to pull out of hosting the Under-19 World Cup.
Americas tournament to be shown on Bermuda TV ()
The Americas Championship is to be shown live on TV in Bermuda.
PNG prepares to defend EAP Women's Trophy title ()
The EAP Women's Cricket Trophy gets under way tomorrow in Japan, and Papua New Guinea are hoping to defend their title.
PNG begin with a strong win, Samoa fall short in run chase ()
Papua New Guinea beat Samoa by 33 runs in the first match of the EAP Women's Trophy.
Former Luxembourg international standing for UK parliament ()
Former Luxembourg player Peter Welch is standing as the Liberal Democrat candidate for Southend West at this week's UK general election.
Japan defeat Samoa to set up clash with PNG ()
Japan ease to a win over Samoa after Ema Kuribayashi scores 78 not out.
PNG win a thriller and move through to the final ()
Siaka boundary from the final delivery wins the match for Papua New Guinea.
Japan defeat Samoa in tight contest to reach final ()
Shizuka Kubota takes five wickets as Samoa fall short.
Morkel and Steyn blitz too much for Afghanistan ()
After bowling well, Afghanistan collapse to South Africa's pace bowlers, but they go down fighting.
Cricket Canada announces Americas Championship squad ()
Cricket Canada have announced their squad for the Americas Championship in Bermuda at the end of the month.
Japan defeats PNG to become EAP Women's Trophy champions ()
Japan win the second EAP Women's Trophy on home soil.
Kathmandu saga continues as ICC publishes inquiry documents ()
The publication on the ICC website of five annexures to the report of its investigation into February's Kathmandu riot - but not the report itself - renews speculation about the outcome.
ICC publishes report of inquiry into Kathmandu riot ()
The ICC's three-man inquiry team has rejected Singapore's claim for a change to the outcome of the World Cricket League Division 5 tournament in February.
Euro Twenty20 moves to Macedonia ()
The Euro Twenty20 tournament is to be played in Skopje, Macedonia in 2010.
USA crash to defeat in Florida ()
The USA lose to Jamaica by 132 runs as the USA prepares to host its first full internationals.
Marlon Samuels stars in second USA defeat ()
Jamaica beat the USA by 47 runs in the first Twenty20 match.
Controversy mars Afghanistan domestic tournament ()
The rules to Afghanistan's domestic competition are changed after supporters of an eliminated team protest and riot.
Etisalat Trophy Day 7: Pakitka too strong for Badakhshan ()
Paktika beat Badakhshan by 182 runs as Afghanistan's inter-provincial tournament continues.
Etisalat Trophy Day 8: Ningarahar beat Heart by 122 runs ()
An excellent all-round performance from Zamir Khan leads Ningarahar to a 122 run win over Heart as Afghanistan's inter-provincial tournament continues.
USA look to defend in Bermuda ()
The USA will attempt to retain their Americas Championship title when the tournament gets under way in Bermuda tomorrow.
Etisalat Trophy Day 10: Laghman progresses to semi-finals after stunning Paktika ()
Laghman beat Paktika by 39 runs in front of more than 10,000 fans to qualify for the semi-finals of Afghanistan's inter-provincial competition.
Etisalat Day 9: Laghman beat Nangarhar by two wickets to reach the quarter final ()
Laghman reach the quarter finals as Afghanistan's inter-provincial competition continues.
No surprises on opening day ()
Bermuda, Canada and the USA all win easily on the opening day of the Americas Championship.
Etisalat Trophy Day 11: Strong Logar beats Jowzjan by 10 wickets ()
Logar ease to a ten wicket win over Jowzjan as group C starts in Afghanistan's inter-provincial competition.
Etisalat Trophy Day 12: Kabul beats Kunar by 4 wickets ()
Afghanistan's inter-provincial tournament continues with a win for the capital.
Canada ease to win over USA; Bermuda and Caymans also win ()
A Rizwan Cheema century leads Canada to an easy win over the USA, Bermuda thrash Argentina and the Cayman Islands beat the Bahamas on day two in Bermuda.
Malachi Jones kicked out of Bermuda squad ()
Malachi Jones is removed from the Bermuda squad for the Americas Championship after he defies orders not to play club cricket on the tournament's reserve day.
'No regrets' says Jones after putting club before country ()
Malachi Jones defends his decision to go against the orders of his coach and play for his club on the Americas Championship rest day.
Etisalat Trophy Day 13 and 14: Kabul cruises into semi-finals, beating Logar and Ghazni ()
Kabul secures the third place in the semi-finals of Afghanistan's inter-provincial tournament.
Bermuda and Canada remain unbeaten ()
Bermuda and Canada remain unbeaten as the Americas Championship continues.
Another Cheema blitz, another Canada win ()
Another big hitting innings from Rizwan Cheema leaves Canada unbeaten with one hand on the trophy, the USA break Bermuda's unbeaten record and Argentina record only their second ever Division One win.
Canada secure one-day title with win over Bermuda ()
Canada win the Americas Championship for the fourth time after a 4 wicket defeat of Bermuda, whilst Argentina and the Bahamas put on a thriller.
Etisalat Trophy Day 15 and 16: Nuristan beat Zabul and Kunduz beat Parwan ()
Group D of Afghanistan's inter-provincial tournament gets under way in Kabul.
USA and Caymans win opening Twenty20 matches ()
The Americas Twenty20 championship started with the USA beating Argentina and the Cayman Islands beating the Bahamas.
Canada continue unbeaten run into Twenty20 ()
Canada win both their Twenty20 group matches convincingly, whilst Bermuda also win their two matches.
Cuba pull out of Americas division four ()
Cuba have withdrawn from division four of the Americas Championship after the Cuban government imposed travel restrictions on them.
USA win inaugural Americas Twenty20 ()
The USA end Canada's unbeaten run in the final of the Americas Twenty20 Championship.
Etisalat Trophy Day 17 and 18: Paktia beats Kandahar and Nuristan to reach quarter-finals ()
Paktia are the latest team to reach the quarter finals of Afghanistan's inter provincial tournament.
Canada to take part in West Indies Twenty20 ()
Canada are set to be the eighth team in the West Indies new domestic Twenty20 competition.
World Twenty20 qualification process expanded ()
All 94 Associate and Affiliate Members will have the opportunity to play in the 2012 finals.
World Cricket League dates and venues ()
Hong Kong, UAE and Botswana will host WCL events in 2011; details of the 2011 Women's World Cup Qualifier.
Etislat Trophy Final: Kabul wins Afghanistan championship ()
Kabul wins Afghanistan's inter-provincial one-day competition after beating Paktia in the final.
Afghanistan Twenty20 domestic tournament is scheduled for the end of June ()
Afghanistan will quickly follow the inter-provincial one-day competition with a Twenty20 tournament starting at the end of June.
Bermuda coach Moore plans fresh international schedule ()
Bermuda coach David Moore plans a busy schedule for his team even after their ICC organised games end next month.
Host team win on opening day in Mexico ()
Mexico beat Costa Rica by three wickets on the opening day of Americas Division Four
Two Afghanis to take on Pakistanis at Lord's ()
Mohammad Nabi and Hamid Hassan will play for the MCC in their match against Pakistan on 27 June.
Falkland Islands defeat Costa Rica on day 2 of Americas Division 4 ()
The Falkland Islands beat Costa Rica after a devastating spell of 6-14 from Elliott Taylforth.
Mexico secure Americas Division 4 title ()
Mexico win the one-day Americas Division 4 championship with a thumping victory over the Falkland Islands.
Mexico and Costa Rica win on first day of Americas Division 4 T20 ()
Mexico and Costa Rica set up a decider for the title after both beat the Falkland Islands.
Sluggo makes shock return to Bermuda squad ()
Dwayne Leverock makes a surprise return to international cricket after being named in the Bermuda squad for the visit of the UAE.
Rashid Latif not signed as Afghan batting coach ()
The Afghanistan Cricket Board make a last minute decision not to hire Rashid Latif as the national team's batting coach.
Afghanistan name squad for Asian Games ()
Afghanistan name their squad for November's Asian Games cricket tournament.
Bermuda show fight but still lose comfortably ()
Bermuda fight back in their Intercontinental Shield clash with the UAE, but still lose comfortably.
Bermuda whitewashed in a one-sided affair ()
The future isn't looking too bright for Bermuda after two more defeats to the UAE in their Twenty20 series.
Bermuda suffer heavy defeats against UAE ()
Bermuda defeated heavily by the UAE in two one-day games, but Hemp still finds positives.
France run Jersey close in warm-up ()
Jersey beat France in a warm-up for the European Championship, but are not convincing.
European Division 2 Championship begins in Guernsey ()
The 2010 European Division 2 tournament is an event with two prizes a title and a place in World Cricket League Division 8.
World Cricket League moves on to Italy ()
ICC releases the fixtures for the Division 4 tournament to be held in Bologna in August.
European Division 1 Championship begins in Jersey ()
Championship adopts a new format as Ireland, Netherlands and Scotland enter their A teams to compete with Denmark, Jersey and Italy.
European Division 2 opening day ()
Norway and Germany have thrilling victories on the first day in Guernsey.
European Division 1 opening day ()
Ireland A, Scotland A and Jersey all begin with comfortable victories in St Helier.
USA women storm to victory in Americas qualifier ()
The USA took control in the Women's Cricket World Cup Qualifier against host Canada with a victory by 112 runs in game one of the three match series played at the Maple Leaf Cricket Club.
European Division 2: second day ()
Guernsey beat Israel to record their second win of the tournament while France and Germany also win.
USA win to secure a place in the Women's Cricket World Cup Qualifier ()
The USA beat Canada by nine wickets to secure their place in next year's Women's World Cup Qualifier.
European Division 1: second day ()
Jersey threw the Championship wide open on Wednesday as they cruised to a seven-wicket victory over Ireland A.
European Division 2: third day ()
Frith leads Guernsey to 8 wicket win to remain top of the table while Norway and France both win to stay in contention.
Rashid Latif finally appointed as batting coach for Afghanistan ()
The Afghanistan Cricket Board decides to sign Rashid Latif after all.
USA complete series against Canada with a third win ()
The USA win by seven wickets to complete a series sweep.
European Division 2: fourth day ()
Record breaking innings from Eshkol Solomon seals Israel first victory while Guernsey remain unbeaten with a 6 wicket win over France.
European Division 1: fourth day ()
Driver ensures that Jersey remain in pole position; Denmark register their first win and Ireland maintain pressure on Jersey.
European Division 1: third day ()
Italy defeats Scotland A to leave Jersey as the only unbeaten team; wins also for Jersey and Ireland A.
Canada regroups to win T20 on final day ()
Canada bounce back to win both women's Twenty20 matches against the USA at King City.
European Division 2: final day ()
Guernsey complete a clean sweep to take the title; Germany lose to Israel but still qualify for World Cricket League Division 8.
European teams start out on Under 19 World Cup qualification trail ()
Six European countries head to Northern Ireland to challenge for places in the Under 19 Cricket World Cup Global Qualifier.
European Division 1: final day ()
Jersey finishes the tournament undefeated while Ryan Driver receives the Most Valuable Player award.
O'Brien suffers serious arm injury after assault ()
Bermuda bowler George O'Brien is out of Bermuda's annual Cup Match after being attacked by a machete.
Another European Under 19 thriller ()
Highlight of the second day of the European Under 19 WCQ was Jersey's one run victory over The Netherlands. There were wins also for Ireland and Scotland.
European Under 17s head to Isle of Man ()
Italy and the Isle of Man, who met in the final of the Under 15 tournament in Bologna last year, are favourites to contest the final next week.
Canada crash to opening match defeat ()
Canada lose to Trinidad & Tobago by nine wickets in their opening Caribbean Twenty20 match.
European Under 17 Division 2: first day ()
Wins for Italy, France, Isle of Man and Spain in a rain affected day on the Isle of Man.
Canada outclassed by Jamaicans ()
Canada crash to another nine wicket defeat in the Caribbean T20.
European Under 17 Division 2: second day ()
Italy and hosts Isle of Man lead the way with consecutive wins.
Record breaking day for Ireland in crushing Under 19 victory ()
Ireland defeats Denmark by 323 runs in the European qualifier for the Under 19 World Cup; Jersey and Scotland remain at the top of the table.
Under 19 World Cup Qualifier approaches a thrilling climax ()
Four teams are still in with a chance of grabbing the two qualifying places available at the European Under 19 World Cup Qualifier.
European Under 17 Division 2: third day ()
Two hat-tricks help to secure wins for Switzerland and Italy in the Isle of Man.
European Under 17 Division 2: fourth day ()
With the Isle of Man and Italy both having a rest day, the other teams were fighting to move up the league tables.
Hungary win 2010 EuroTwenty20 ()
Hungary win the 2010 Euro Twenty20 after a thrilling win over Russia in the final.
European Under 17 Division 2: final day ()
Isle of Man defeats Italy in the final to claim the title; France beats Spain in the third place decider.
European Under 17 Division 2: fifth day ()
Italy and hosts Isle of Man confirmed their places in the final with fourth straight victories for each country.
European Under 15 Championship preview ()
Scotland will start as clear favourites as they defend their European Under 15 title in The Netherlands beginning on 2 August.
St George's dominate first day of Cup Match ()
St George's are on top after day one of Bermuda's annual Cup Match.
Squads announced for WCL Division 4 ()
Teams from Nepal, USA, Italy, Cayman Islands, Argentina and Tanzania will play in Bologna later this month.
Lennox Cush tops the wicket taking table in Caribbean T20 ()
USA international Lennox Cush is the leading wicket taker in the Caribbean T20 as his team qualifies for the Champions League.
Cup Match wash out ()
Bermuda's annual cup match ends in a draw after rain washes out most of the second day.
European Under 15 Championship: first day ()
Guernsey, Ireland and Scotland all record opening day victories as rain interferes in Deventer and Utrecht.
European Under 15 Championship: second day ()
Scotland leads the way after a convincing win over Ireland; Guernsey makes it two out of two.
European Under 15 Championship: third day ()
Wins for Denmark and Ireland but Scotland and Guernsey will have to replay after torrential rain strikes Deventer.
South Africa to host Women's Cricket Challenge ()
The ICC has announced that South Africa will host the first Women's Cricket Challenge from 6 to 16 October in Potchefstroom.
European Under 15 Championship: fourth day ()
Scotland won their replayed match against Guernsey to go clear at the top of the table.
European Under 15 Championship: fifth day ()
Scotland are on the verge of winning the European Under 15 title for the third successive year.
European Women's World Cup Qualifier preview ()
Scotland hosts the European Women's World Cup Qualifier in Stirling, as Ireland, Scotland, the Netherlands, and an ECB Development XI do battle.
European Under 15 Championship: final day ()
Scotland duly took their third successive European Under-15 Division 1 title with a comfortable 122-run victory over Denmark.
European Women's Championship: first day ()
Opening day wins for Ireland and The Netherlands in the European Women's Championship.
MCC v Argentina washed out ()
Argentina's match against the MCC is washed out, but the players benefit from a Q&A session with Mike Gatting.
European Women's Championship: second day ()
Ireland move on to the next stage of World Cup qualification after defeating The Netherlands; ECB Development XI bounces back with win against Scotland.
European Women's Championship: final day ()
ECB Development XI beat Ireland to take the European title; Netherlands join Ireland in Global World Cup Qualifier.
Teams confirmed for Asian Games ()
Ten teams will be playing in the first Asian Games cricket tournament, with eight in the women's tournament.
Rain the only winner as WCL4 gets under way ()
A rainy Saturday in Bologna meant that only 32.2 overs were bowled on the tournament's opening day, all three matches being abandoned.
Nepal and USA claim WCL victories on a rain-affected second day ()
The two promoted sides in the Division 4 tournament secured comfortable victories on Sunday, but at Medicina Argentina and the Cayman Islands saw their match abandoned.
Caymans too strong for Argentina ()
Half-centuries by Pearson Best and Ryan Bovell made sure that the Cayman Islands kicked off the tournament with a five-wicket win on Monday.
USA marches on as Nepalese challenge falters ()
A comprehensive victory over the Caymans leaves the Americans clear at the top in Bologna, with Nepal shock losers to unfancied Tanzania.
Afghanistan Cricket Board accepts Kabir Khan's resignation ()
The ACB has accepted the resignation of Kabir Khan, reports suggest.
American defeat throws WCL4 wide open ()
Four teams were level after three matches as hosts Italy shocked the USA and Nepal and Tanzania registered wins on Wednesday.
And then there were three . . . ()
The USA, Italy and Tanzania will battle for the two promotion spots in the final round-robin matches as the WCL4 tournament reaches end-game, with Nepal retaining the slimmest of outside chances of displacing them.
Kabir Khan: I have not resigned and have served Afghan cricket with pride ()
Kabir Khan claims that he hasn't resigned as coach of the Afghanistan team.
USA turns it round to join Italy in WCL Division 3 ()
Recovering from 17 for five the USA reached 306 for seven to beat Argentina on Friday, while Italy's win over Tanzania also ensured them promotion.
Guernsey win 2010 Inter-insular ()
Guernsey beat Jersey by 6 wickets to secure the 2010 Inter-insular.
Americans take WCL4 title in style ()
An eight-wicket victory over Italy on Saturday ended the USA's week on a high, while Nepal claimed third place with a clinical demolition of Tanzania.
Rashid Latif resigns as Afghan batting coach ()
After just three weeks in the job, Rashid Latif resigns after the ACB refuses to meet his demands.
Hong Kong and PNG prepare for WCL Division 3 ()
The two countries will take part in a quadrangular series with Singapore and Malaysia in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, from 1 to 5 September.
Rashid Latif continues with the ACB ()
The Afghanistan coach saga concludes as Rashid Latif agrees to continue as coach of the national side.
Afghanistan Youth cruises to quarter finals in Pakistan's Ramadan Cup ()
The Afghanistan Youth Cricket Association XI has reached the quarter finals of the Ramadan Cup in Pakistan.
Bagai's focus turns towards World Cup ()
Canada skipper Ashish Bagai believes the two-match ODI series against Ireland is a vital part of his side's preparations for the 2011 World Cup.
PNG and Vanuatu victors on Day 1 ()
Papua New Guinea and Vanuatu both win on the opening day of the EAP Under-17 Trophy.
Papua New Guinea clinch 50-over title ()
Papua New Guinea win the 50-over quadrangular tournament in Port Moresby, but lose to Malaysia in the final of the Twenty20 tournament.
Afghanistan Youth wins Ramadan Cup in Pakistan ()
The Afghanistan Youth Cricket Association XI wins Pakistan's Ramadan Cup.
Cricket Canada summer festival announced ()
Canada will host Bermuda and a West Indies HPC team from tomorrow.
Indonesia and PNG coast to comfortable wins in Vanuatu ()
Indonesia thrashes Fiji thanks to opener Tadarus superb knock. Agalu again dominates with the ball, PNG coast to victory over Vanuatu.
Bermuda go down fighting ()
Bermuda lose to the West Indies High Performance XI by 19 runs in Toronto.
Vanuatu defeat Indonesia to grab 2nd position ()
Vanuatu beat Indonesia whilst Papua New Guinea thrash Fiji on day three of the EAP Under-17 Trophy.
Canada beat West Indies HP XI in low scoring contest ()
Canada bounce back from their ODI defeat to Ireland with a win over the West Indies High Performance XI at Malton Cricket Club.
PNG and Vanuatu to play off in Grand Final ()
Papua New Guinea and Vanuatu beat Fiji and Indonesia respectively to reach the final of the EAP Under-17 Trophy.
PNG win inaugural EAP U17 Championships ()
Papua New Guinea beat Vanuatu by 125 runs to win the first EAP Cricket Trophy.
Namibia keen to claim place in final ()
Namibia are confident that they can overcome Uganda and reach November's Intercontinental Shield final.
Bermuda battered again ()
Bermuda lose heavily in their two Twenty20 matches in Canada.
Afghanistan unhappy with smaller World Cup ()
The Afghanistan Cricket Board says the ICC's plans to reduce the number of teams in the World Cup will be a major setback to cricket development in the country.
Too much talk, little contribution ()
Lots of people say good things about Afghan cricket and the good it does for the country - is it time for them to put their money where their mouth is?
Bermuda left searching for positives in defeat ()
Bermuda are again easily beaten by the West Indies HP XI.
Brooks stars for West Indies HP XI ()
The West Indies HP XI round off their Canadian tour with a 15 run win over Canada.
Namibia to bank on pace attack ()
Namibia name their 13 man squad for the decisive Intercontinental Shield match against Uganda.
Uganda feeling positive ahead of Namibia challenge ()
Uganda arrive in Namibia looking for a win in the Intercontinental Shield.
Sematimba stars with a century ()
A maiden first-class century from Lawrence Sematimba puts Uganda on top against Namibia in the Intercontinental Shield.
ICC names short-list for Associate Player of the Year ()
Ryan ten Doeschate, Trent Johnston, Kevin O'Brien and Mohammed Shahzad shortlisted.
Record-breaking Namibia close in on victory ()
Namibia break the record for the highest first-class total without a century as they approach victory over Uganda in the Intercontinental Shield.
Namibia move closer to the final ()
Namibia are on top after day two of their Intercontinental Shield match against Uganda.
Mukasa century in vain as Namibia secure final place ()
Namibia secure a ten wicket win over Uganda to qualify for the final of the Intercontinental Shield.
Klazinga, Westhuizen star in win ()
Namibia beat Uganda in a low-scoring first one-day match.
Namibia win a thriller at Windhoek ()
Namibia beat Uganda by one wicket in a thrilling match at Windhoek.
Klazinga stars yet again ()
Louis Klazinga wins the match for Namibia again in a Twenty20 contest with Uganda.
Afghanistan wins its two warm up matches in Sharjah ()
Afghanistan easily win their two matches against an Emirates Cricket Board development side at Sharjah.
Afghanistan inter-provincial T20 Group A ()
Paktia qualifies for the quarter finals of Afghanistan's inter-provincial Twenty20 tournament from group A.
Afghanistan inter-provincial T20 Group B ()
Panjshir reserves a seat in the quarter finals of Afghanistan's inter-provincial Twenty20 tournament from group B.
Batsman smashes double century in US Twenty20 game ()
Amir Rafique has scored a double century in a Twenty20 match in Delaware.
Mangal leads the way on opening day of Intercontinental Cup clash ()
Afghanistan captain Nawroz Mangal is unbeaten on 168 as Afghanistan score 440-6 on the opening day against Kenya in Nairobi.
Afghanistan take complete control against Kenya ()
Afghanistan lead by 470 runs after two days of their Intercontinental Cup match against Kenya in Nairobi.
Hassan stars in Afghanistan win ()
Hamid Hassan finished off the Kenyan innings as Afghanistan secured a 167 run win over Kenya in the Intercontinental Cup.
Afghanistan close in on win over Kenya ()
Afghanistan are on the verge of winning their Intercontinental Cup clash over Kenya after setting them 512 to win.
Kenya bounce back with big win over Afghanistan ()
Kenya beat a below-par Afghanistan by 92 runs in the first ODI at Nairobi.
Afghanistan square series ()
A much improved Afghanistan beat Kenya by six wickets to square their ODI series.
Kenya cruise to series win ()
Afghanistan are still without a series win as Kenya win the third ODI by eight wickets.
South Africa wins the ICC Women's Challenge ()
Ireland and The Netherlands finish in the bottom two positions as they lose to Sri Lanka and South Africa, respectively, on the final day in Potchefstroom.
USA Cricketers try to remain positive in spite of decision from ICC ()
USA's players are trying to stay upbeat and maintain hope that an opportunity to qualify for the 2015 World Cup hasn't been eliminated.
Brian Lara 'surprised' at ICC decision to reduce World Cup ()
Cricketing legend Brian Lara has questioned the International Cricket Council's decision to reduce the World Cup to just ten teams from 2015.
A great leap forward ()
China prepares for its most high profile cricket event to date as cricket comes to the Asian Games in Guangzhou.
Vanuatu off to a flying start in WCL Division 8 ()
Vanuatu started their campaign with a thumping win over Bhutan. The Bahamas, Germany and hosts Kuwait also won.
Kuwait and Germany in the runs at WCL Division 8 ()
Kuwait and Germany both made big scores as they won their matches; Bhutan and Zambia also recorded victories.
Unbeaten Kuwait and Germany head to WCL8 semi-finals ()
Kuwait and Germany take unbeaten records into the semi-finals of WCL Division 8, where they are joined by Vanuatu and Zambia.
Afghanistan to get first women's team ()
The Afghanistan women's team will make their debut at the ACC Women's Twenty20 championship in February.
Germany and Kuwait secure promotion from WCL Division 8 ()
Germany and Kuwait have been promoted to Division Seven of the World Cricket League after winning their semi-finals against Vanuatu and Zambia.
Kuwait win WCL Division 8; Vanuatu avoid relegation. ()
Hosts Kuwait have won WCL Division 8 after beating Germany in the final, whilst Vanuatu avoid relegation by finishing third.
China and Japan win on opening day of Asian Games ()
China and Japan have won their matches on the opening day of the women's Asian Games cricket tournament in Guangzhou.
Hong Kong and Thailand defeated by full members on day two in China ()
Both Hong Kong and Thailand have crashed to heavy defeats in the Asian Games women's cricket tournament.
2011 European tournament schedule released ()
A three division European regional qualifier will be held to determine the two countries which will go forward to the 2012 World Twenty20 Cup global qualifier.
China and Japan lose on day three in China ()
China and Japan lose their matches against Pakistan and Bangladesh as the women's cricket tournament continues at the Asian Games.
China and Japan through to semi-finals ()
China and Japan have qualified for the semi-finals of the Asian Games women's cricket tournament.
Japan women win bronze ()
Japan have won the bronze medal at the women's cricket tournament at the Asian Games.
Malaysia and Hong Kong off to winning start ()
The men's tournament at the Asian Games started today with wins for Malaysia and Hong Kong.
China eliminated; Nepal thrash Maldives ()
China are eliminated from the Asian Games after a heavy defeat to Pakistan, whilst Nepal easily beat the Maldives.
USACA sacks chief executive Don Lockerbie ()
The USA Cricket Association has issued a brief statement announcing that the CEO has been 'relieved of his position'.
Malaysia and Maldives eliminated ()
The Asian Games continues with Malaysia losing to Bangladesh in the quarter finals, whilst Hong Kong knock the Maldives out in the first round.
Afghanistan through to semis; Sri Lanka fight off battling Nepal ()
Afghanistan brush off Hong Kong to reach the semi-finals, whilst Nepal almost pull off a shock victory over Sri Lanka.
Afghanistan stun Pakistan to reach Asian Games final ()
Afghanistan's remarkable story continues as they beat Pakistan to reach the final of the Asian Games cricket tournament.
Afghans take Bangladesh all the way, but have to settle for silver ()
A fine effort by Afghanistan's bowlers made life tough for Bangladesh in the Asian Games men's final on Friday, but experience told in the end.
Namibia in form ahead of Intercontinental Shield final ()
Namibia draw with Boland before beating them in a one-day game as they prepare for the Intercontinental Shield final.
Namibia go into Intercontinental Shield final with plenty to prove ()
Beaten finalists in the 2008 Intercontinental Cup, Namibia will be looking to demonstrate their quality against the UAE in this week's inaugural Intercontinental Shield final.
ICC announces Intercontinental Cup 2009-10 Team of the Tournament ()
Side features players from five teams; selection panel picks Ireland's William Porterfield as captain.
ICC announces Intercontinental Shield Team of the Tournament ()
All four participating teams feature; UAE's Khurram Khan named as captain.
Shield final finely balanced with one day to play ()
The UAE's batsmen gradually got their side back into the game on Saturday, losing just three wickets as they added 203 precious runs.
ACC Trophy Challenge - Day Two ()
Wins for Thailand, Maldives, Saudi Arabia and Qatar as semi-finalists are confirmed early.
Williams double gives Namibia the Intercontinental Shield ()
A superb attacking 113 not out from skipper Craig Williams - his second century of the match - ensured that Namibia won the Intercontinental Shield final in Dubai on Sunday.
ACC Trophy Challenge - Day One ()
Wins for Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the Maldives on day one, whilst Iran beat Thailand but with ineligible players.
Intercontinental Cup reverts to eight-team format ()
The ICC announced on Monday that the 2011-12 Intercontinental Cup would be an eight-team competition, with the two-division structure no longer required.
ACC Trophy Challenge - Day Three ()
Saudi Arabia and Qatar unbeaten heading into the semi-finals.
Uganda win Africa Under-19 women's championship ()
Uganda beat Tanzania to win the African Under-19 women's championship.
Maldives and Saudi Arabia through to final ()
The Maldives and Saudi Arabia have reached the final of the ACC Trophy Challenge in Thailand after winning their semi-finals today.
Cricket unites young people in the Middle East ()
The Israel Cricket Association is to conduct a cricket clinic bringing together children from Israel and Palestine.
ACC Trophy Challenge - Iran fifth, Brunei seventh ()
On the penultimate day of the ACC Trophy Challenge, Brunei secure seventh place and Iran finish fifth after a low scoring contest with China.
Maldives win ACC Trophy Challenge ()
Saudis get close, but Maldives just win in the final of the ACC Trophy Challenge.
ICC Europe announces 2011 officials panels ()
New faces among the European referees and umpires for the forthcoming international season.
Cricket Canada gains Etihad sponsorship ()
Cricket Canada and Abu Dhabi based Etihad Airways have announced a partnership agreement.
ICC Associate and Affiliate International Umpires panel for 2011 ()
Four new names in the 11-strong group of umpires.
Squads announced for WCL Division 3 ()
The ICC releases the final squads for the six-team World Cricket League Division 3 in Hong Kong.