The second day of play at the Women's T20 World Cup Qualifier is in the books, with Netherlands, Uganda, Zimbabwe and Sri Lanka all recording wins today in Abu Dhabi.

The Dutch side played their first game of the tournament this afternoon against Vanuatu, fresh from their upset win over Zimbabwe on Thursday. Dutch captain Heather Siegers won the toss and chose to bat first, with an innings of 70 by Sterre Kalis the key part of their total of 154-6. Only one batter reached double figures in the Vanuatu reply as they were bowled out for 54, losing by 100 runs.

USA's first match of the tournament was also in the afternoon session as they took on Uganda for the first time ever in women's cricket. The Americans found runs a little tricky to come by as they scored 110-5 from their 20 overs. Uganda had little trouble chasing down that target with Immaculate Nakisuuyi scoring an unbeaten 68 to help secure an eight wicket win with ten balls to spare.

In the evening session, Zimbabwe looked to bounce back from their opening day loss to Vanuatu when they took on hosts UAE. Batting first after they won the toss, UAE were kept to 105-9 from their 20 overs, Josephine Nkomo taking 4-11. The Zimbabweans run chase was relatively straightforward as they knocked off the runs in 15.2 overs to win by eight wickets.

The other game of the evening session saw Scotland have a tough time of it against tournament favourites Sri Lanka. Batting first after being put in, they were bowled out for 94, Kavisha Dilhari taking 4-13. Sri Lanka had little trouble with their run chase, knocking off the runs in 10.1 overs without losing a wicket. The in form Chamari Athapaththu top scored with 59.

Play will continue on Monday in Abu Dhabi. The afternoon session will see Scotland play USA and Ireland take on Zimbabwe. The hosts are back in action again in the evening session when they come up against Netherlands, whilst Thailand v Uganda rounds oout the day's fixtures.