Italy beat Jersey, Norway proved too strong for Sweden, while Israel got their first win with victory over Gibraltar in Friday's three rearranged matches.

Jersey's batters never got any momentum going as they made a very modest 112 for 8 against Italy.

Julius Sumerauer top scored with 30, while Ben Stevens chipped in with 22.

Balijit Singh and Gaya Munasinghe each picked up two wickets.

Italy were always in control of the chase, after Jaspreet Singh hit three sixes in a quickfire 32.

Michael Ross then made an unbeaten 26 to steer Italy to the five-wicket win with 13 balls remaining.

Norway made it three wins from three after a 56-run win over Sweden.

Ansar Iqbal (39) and Faizan Mumtaz (38) added 55 in 32 balls as Norway posted 150 for 6.

Hayatullah Niazi then took 3 for 7 as Sweden were restricted to 94, despite a valiant 31 from Sabir Zahoor.

Emanuel Solomon's hard-hit 70 from 31 balls was the catalyst for Israel's first win.

Solomon hit 7 sixes and 4 fours as he guided Israel to 161 for 7.

Gibraltar in reply made 109 for 8, with skipper Matt Hunter top scoring with 41.

The tournament continues over the weekend.