Denmark recorded an emphatic 58 runs victory over Guernsey at FB Fields in St Helier to seal their place in the tournament final but, more importantly, earn their place in the World T20 Global Qualifier in Dubai in 2012.

After Denmark had made a well-compiled 136 for four in their 20 overs, Guernsey's batting fell apart after a bright start and collapsed to 44 for seven. Although the tailenders added some consolation runs, the game was effectively over at that stage. Excellent bowling and fielding by the Danes proved simply too much for Guernsey with just two batsmen, Ravenscroft and Moherndl, managing to reach double figures.

Winning the toss, Michael Pedersen decided to bat and his decision was justified right away as Freddie Klokker and Shehzad Ahmed put on 55 in the first eight overs before Klokker went down the pitch to slow left armer Jeremy Frith as was easily stumped by Kimber. Pedersen and Ahmed then took the score to 79 in the 12th over when Pedersen went back to Gary Rich and was bowled. Ahmed followed soon after when he skied Rich out to deep mid wicket and Kris Moherndl ran in to take a superb diving catch. Ahmed's 40 included a six and three fours.

The loss of these wickets reduced Denmark's momentum considerably with only one boundary coming in the next seven overs. However, the final over produced 16 runs as Aftab Ahmed cracked three boundaries.

Despite the late flourish of runs, Guernsey must have felt that the target was well within their grasp. Although the first over of their innings produced two runs, 16 came from the next as Ravenscroft hit Bashir Shah for a four and a six. However, Lee Savident fell in the next, bowled playing half-forward to Anjum.

A couple of boundaries then followed from Ravenscroft but, trying to repeat a pull over midon which had brought him a boundary from the previous delivery, he only succeeded in finding the hands of Michael Pedersen at mid-on.

Wickets then fell rapidly as the Guernsey batsmen played a series of over-adventurous shots which the situation did not require. Kimber holed out to mid off in the 6th over and Le Prevost played a heave two overs later and was bowled.

Bashir Shah then took three wickets in an over - Frith was bowled, Smit went for a big hit and skied it to extra cover and Kneller was stumped - and so ended Guernsey's hopes of a place in Dubai.

Bashir Shah ended with four for 23, while michael Pedersen took two for 8 in his four overs.