Myanmar became an ICC member in 2006, shortly before they played in that year's ACC Trophy, during which they were infamously bowled out for 10 by Nepal. They didn't win a game in that tournament, nor did they win a game in any match they played since.
They hadn't appeared in any tournament since 2012, but returned for this South East Asian Games tournament in Kuala Lumpur. They were beaten comprehensively by Thailand on the opening day, but bounced back for their second match today against Indonesia.
Indonesia batted first after captain Kadek Gamantika won the toss. Geda Suda Arsa contributed almost half of their total with an unbeaten 45 out of 96. No other batsman reached double figures, and the 27 extras conceded by Myanmar was their second highest score. Paling Danu was the pick of the bowlers with 5-9.
In reply Myanmar's top four were all dismissed for low scores, but Min Wai's 21 and Htet Lin Aung's 25 - along with 23 extras - helped them record a four wicket win with 25.3 overs to spare.
The event continues tomorrow with a second 50 over double header. Myanmar will play Singapore in the first match of the day, whilst Thailand will play Indonesia in the second match.
Myanmar beat Indonesia by 4 wickets
Kinrara Academy Oval, Kuala Lumpur, 19 August
Indonesia 96 (27 overs, I Arsa 45, Paing Danu 5-9, H Lin Aung 3-6)
Myanmar 97-6 (24.3 overs)