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Bahrain win Malaysia quadrangular ( )
They beat the hosts in the final of a series that also involved Singapore and Qatar.
Uganda win mammoth tri-series in Rwanda ( )
An 18 match tri-series in Rwanda ends with Uganda topping the table.
Uganda win T20 quadrangular in Nairobi ( )
They beat the hosts in a low scoring final.
Siller takes coaching role in Scotland ( )
Colin Siller has been appointed as part of the coaching staff for the new South Asian Cricket Academy which is being run in conjunction with Cricket Scotland.
Scotland thrash Nepal to secure World Cup Qualifier spot ( )
Munsey and McBride lead rapid run chase in eight wicket win.
Van Lingen stars in Namibia win ( )
A knock of 119 as Namibia beat Nepal by 86 runs.
Vanuatu relegation confirmed as Challenge League A continues ( )
Denmark beat Singapore in the day's other match.
Canada secure Challenge League A title ( )
A big win over Singapore secures the title with three games to spare.
Scotland beaten after Namibian fightback ( )
A 99 run eighth wicket partnership helps Namibia beat Scotland.
Scotland go top of CWC League 2 ( )
A low scoring win over Nepal moves Scotland ahead of Oman on net run rate.
Canada close in on Challenge League A title ( )
A win against Singapore on Tuesday will be enough to secure the crown.
Ryan Campbell appointed Durham Head Coach ( )
Durham have appointed Ryan Campbell as their new Head Coach.
Netherlands end Thailand tour with another defeat ( )
A disappointing conclusion to a disappointing tour for the Dutch.
Back to back wins for USA ( )
A six wicket win over Papua New Guinea as USA seek top three place.
Dutch collapse as Thailand take 2-0 lead ( )
Netherlands lose last five wickets for 14 runs in Chiang Mai.
USA win in crucial League 2 ODI ( )
A 72 run win over Namibia starts their final run in the tournament.
Chantam century helps Thailand win first ODI ( )
Netherlands beaten in Thailand’s first ever ODI.
Wretched PNG run continues ( )
Another CWC League 2 game, another defeat for Papua New Guinea.
Netherlands stun South Africa and qualify for next World Cup ( )
A remarkable final day of the Super 12 stage sees the Dutch qualify for the 2024 Men’s T20 World Cup.
Calum MacLeod retires from international cricket ( )
Scotland great Calum MacLeod announced his retirement from international cricket during the week.
Dutch women to tour Thailand ( )
Eight matches including Thailand’s first women’s ODIs to be played on the tour.
Pakistan defeat South Africa in rain-affected match ( )
A MOM performance from Shadad Khan condemns South Africa to their first defeat.
Dutch pacemen & Max O’Dowd secure win ( )
A first win in the Super 12 stage for the Netherlands.
Dutch batting fails in easy Pakistan win ( )
Little resistance from Dutch batters as Pakistan cruise to victory.
India too good for Dutch ( )
Big hitting from Sharma, Kohli and Yadav leads to 56 run win.
Ackermann stands alone as Dutch beaten in Hobart ( )
A disappointing defeat as the Dutch Super 12 campaign gets underway.
Zimbabwe break Scottish hearts ( )
Craig Ervine and Sikander Raza show all their experience to carry Zimbabwe to the Super 12s with a five-wicket win over Scotland in the penultimate over.
Dutch lose but qualify after Namibia heartbreak ( )
Netherlands will be in the Super 12 stage after a thrilling climax to Group A in Geelong.
Dutch win again in another low scoring run chase ( )
They do their best to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory, but win in the last over.
Japan progress in T20 World Cup qualifying ( )
They finish top of a three team qualifying group that also involved Indonesia and South Korea.
UAE provide highlights, but Sri Lanka too good ( )
A 79 run win keeps Sri Lanka in the hunt for the Super 12 stage.
Electric Watt sparks up Scotland’s World Cup campaign as West Indies offer little resistance ( )
Excellent bowling from the left-arm spinner as Scotland beat the West Indies in Hobart.
Namibia stun Sri Lanka in World Cup opener ( )
A 55 run win as Namibia outplay the Asia Cup champions.
Netherlands creep over the line against UAE ( )
A low scoring game in Geelong as the Dutch open their World Cup account with a win.
Netherlands beat England XI in European final ( )
The Netherlands clinched the European Cricket Championship in Spain as they beat holders England by four wickets in the last over.
Group A hard to call ( )
Group A is sure to make intriguing viewing in the first round of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 as Namibia, Netherlands, Sri Lanka, and United Arab Emirates (UAE) battle it out for the right to qualify for the Super 12.
Hard to choose Group B qualifiers ( )
Ireland,Scotland, West Indies and Zimbabwe vie for two Super 12 spots.
14 year ban for Chhayakar ( )
Mehar Chhayakar has been banned from all cricket for 14 years after an ICC Anti-Corruption Tribunal found him guilty of seven breaches of the ICC and Cricket Canada Anti-Corruption Codes.
Japan prepare for qualifier with series win ( )
A 2-1 series win over Indonesia as both teams prepare for a T20 World Cup qualifier.
Scotland beat Netherlands in T20 warm-up ( )
Scotland beat the Netherlands by 18 runs in their T20 World Cup warm-up match in Melbourne.
Raza holds key for Zimbabwe ( )
Zimbabwe are back at the T20 World Cup. Having missed last year’s event in the UAE and Oman, they will return to the big stage for the first time since 2016.
Exciting blend of youth and experience for Netherlands ( )
Netherlands are a fixture at the T20 World Cup and the famous bright orange shirts will be on show once again in Australia.
Malaysia and UAE lose in Asia Cup ( )
Defeats by Pakistan and Sri Lanka as tournament continues in Bangladesh.
Thailand lose heavily as Asia Cup underway ( )
A nine wicket win for hosts Bangladesh as the Women’s Asia Cup kicks off.
Glorious Gymkhana return despite Kenyan losses ( )
A glorious return to the Nairobi Gymkhana Club which before this tour had not seen international cricket for ten years.
Thailand through to qualifier semis, UAE surprise Zimbabwe ( )
Thailand beat Papua New Guinea to reach the T20 World Cup Qualifier semis whilst UAE get a first win over a full member.
Scotland beaten as qualifying campaign continues ( )
A defeat against Bangladesh sets up a must win match against Ireland. Wins also for Zimbabwe and Papua New Guinea.
Scotland start qualifier campaign with big win ( )
A 79 run win over USA for the Scots, with Thailand and Zimbabwe also winning on day one.
Cook Islands surprise hosts on day three of EAP qualifier ( )
A five wicket win over hosts Vanuatu for the Cook Islands’ first win in almost a decade. Fiji also win.
A tie in Port Moresby as CWC League 2 resumes ( )
Papua New Guinea’s first home international in over three years ends in a tie against USA.
East Asia Pacific qualifying underway ( )
The EAP leg of qualifying for the 2024 Men’s T20 World Cup has begun in Vanuatu.
T20 World Cup warm-up fixtures announced ( )
The official warm-up fixtures for all 16 teams of the T20 World Cup have been announced, with matches to be played across Brisbane and Melbourne.
India too strong for Hong Kong ( )
Hong Kong beaten by 40 runs in Asia Cup match in Dubai.
Women's T20 World Cup qualifier scheduled unveiled ( )
The schedule for the Women’s T20 World Cup Qualifier has been unveiled with eight teams competing for the final two spots at next year’s World Cup in South Africa.
Hong Kong qualify for Asia Cup ( )
They finish unbeaten, fighting off challenges from the UAE and Kuwait on the final day of qualifying.
Kuwait surprise UAE in Asia Cup qualifying ( )
A last ball thriller as Kuwait beat UAE by one wicket.
Netherlands fall short in final ODI ( )
A nine run win as Pakistan conclude their brief trip to the Netherlands.
Asia Cup qualifying underway in Oman ( )
Hong Kong beat Singapore on opening day.
Dutch beaten again in Pakistan series ( )
A low scoring second ODI in Rotterdam as the Super League series continues.
Netherlands fall just short against Pakistan ( )
Latest Super League series underway in Rotterdam.
Jersey lose, but claim Challenge League B crown ( )
Jersey lose to Kenya and a big win for Uganda, but home team still qualify.
Scotland win in 100th CWC League 2 match ( )
Five wickets for Mark Watt in 86 run win over UAE.
Jersey close in on CWC Challenge League B title ( )
Centuries for Nick Greenwood and Jonty Jenner in big win over Italy, whilst Uganda beat Bermuda.
Scotland win again in CWC League 2 ( )
Calum MacLeod responds to Aaron Jones’ century with one of his own as USA beaten in Aberdeen.
USA beat UAE in last over thriller ( )
A one wicket win with five balls to spare in CWC League 2 tri-series.
Norway promoted and Italy win European U19 Division 2 ( )
Italy beat hosts Guernsey in final whilst Norway beat Isle of Man to secure promotion.
Scotland qualify for inaugural women’s Under-19 World Cup ( )
They sweep their Dutch counterparts in a three match series to clinch their spot.
Jersey back on top in CWC Challenge League B ( )
A seven wicket win over Hong Kong for the hosts, whilst Kenya beat Uganda.
Scotland win as CWC League 2 resumes ( )
A 64 run win over the UAE in Aberdeen in a tri-series that also involves USA.
Guernsey and Italy promoted to Division One ( )
Wins over Norway and Isle of Man secure places in the next stage of qualification for the Under-19 World Cup.
Isle of Man and Norway through to Division 2 semis ( )
They join Guernsey and Italy in the next stage of the competition.
Jersey thrash Bermuda to reclaim CWC Challenge B lead ( )
Kenya also win today in Jersey.
Uganda and Hong Kong win in Jersey ( )
Wins over Italy and Bermuda as CWC Challenge League B continues.
Qatar hold off battling Malaysia on final day in King City ( )
Singapore also win on final day of second leg in Canada.
Two semi-finalists confirmed in Guernsey ( )
Guernsey and Italy confirm their places in the semi-finals, Denmark and Isle of Man also win.
Wins again for Canada and Denmark in Challenge League A ( )
They beat Vanuatu and Malaysia respectively in King City, Ontario.
Netherlands swept in T20I series ( )
Two wins out of two as Kiwis conclude European tour.
Final leg of Challenge League B begins in Jersey ( )
Wins for the hosts and Hong Kong today in Jersey.
Under-19 qualifying underway in Guernsey ( )
Eight teams battling it out for three places in Europe Division One.
Canada and Denmark continue winning ways in Challenge League B ( )
Wins over Qatar and Singapore at King City in Ontario.
Carlyon not guilty of ICC breach ( )
Jersey player Harrison Carlyon has been found not guilty of a Level 1 offence of the ICC Code of Conduct following a hearing before ICC Match Referee Ranjan Madugalle.
Austria through to European regional final ( )
An easy win over Norway secures Austria’s place in the European regional qualifying final.
Denmark and Canada win again in Challenge League ( )
Two wins in two days for both sides, this time against Qatar and Malaysia.
Hosts and Denmark win in CWC Challenge League A ( )
Canada beat Singapore and Denmark beat Vanuatu at King City.
Scotland beaten in high scoring ODI ( )
Scotland score 306 but a Mark Chapman century wins the game for New Zealand.
Austria to meet Norway in sub-regional B final ( )
Wins also for France, Luxembourg and Czech Republic.
Guernsey boost net run rate with big win ( )
Wins also for Luxembourg, Czech Republic and Norway.
Scotland smashed by New Zealand ( )
Scotland concede the eighth highest T20I total after a sensational display of hitting from the Kiwis.
Vanuatu and Singapore win in CWC Challenge League A ( )
They beat Malaysia and Qatar respectively in Canada.
Challenge League A underway in Canada ( )
Hosts beat Denmark as ODI World Cup qualifying continues.
Scotland beaten by New Zealand in first T20I ( )
Finn Allen scores a century for the Kiwis as they ease to victory at the Grange.
Austria surprise Guernsey at Europe sub-regional B ( )
A surprise win over the tournament favourites highlights the third day’s play. Wins also for Bulgaria, France and Switzerland.
Big wins for Norway and Austria, closer ones for Guernsey and Switzerland ( )
European sub-regional qualifying continues in Finland.
Final European sub-regional underway in Finland ( )
Wins for Austria, Norway, Guernsey and France on day one of Group B.
Cricket Scotland Board steps down ( )
The Board of Cricket Scotland has resigned with immediate effect.
Dutch Lions to face Hundred Ball Challenge ( )
The Dutch Lions will open their six-game, four-format tour, with a 100-ball match against NUSC in Billingham.
Italy through to European regional final ( )
A seven wicket win over Isle of Man in sub-regional group A final secures their spot.
Scotland end tri-series with easy win ( )
An eight wicket win in barely over half the scheduled time sees the hosts end the CWC League 2 tri-series on a high.
Scholtz five wicket haul leads to Namibia win ( )
A five wicket haul by the left-arm spinner helps secure a win over Nepal.
Italy secure place in final ( )
Italy are through to the sub-regional Group A final after a big win over Croatia. Wins also for Romania, Finland and Cyprus.
Kingma added to coaching squad for Dutch Lions tour ( )
KNCB has unveiled full international Vivian Kingma as Assistant Coach to the seventeen strong KNCB Lions tour party for their forthcoming five-day, six-game Hilton Series in North East England.
Italy and Isle of Man still unbeaten in Finland ( )
Convincing wins for the Italians and the Manx, wins also for Croatia and Serbia.
Zimbabwe beat PNG in high-scoring encounter ( )
Zimbabwe came out on top with victory over Papua New Guinea. The game was in the balance for quite a while, but in the end, Zimbabwe’s batting swung it, PNG unable to chase down their target of 200 in a 27-run loss.
Wins for Uganda and Hong Kong ( )
In the placings semi-finals, Uganda edged out Jersey, while Hong Kong were too strong for Singapore.
De Leede stars as Dutch book T20 World Cup berth ( )
An all-round performance by Bas de Leede, who scored 91* and picked two wickets with the ball, helped the Netherlands to clinch their berth for the 2022 T20 World Cup in Australia.
Jersey finish group stage with a victory ( )
In the battle of the winless sides in Group B, it was Jersey who held their nerve to edge out Singapore by 13 runs.
Raza and Masakadza fires hosts past the States ( )
With two wins each, Zimbabwe and the USA knew that semi-final qualification was already in the bag, it was simply a case of who would take top spot in Group B.
Netherlands seal semi-final spot with 97 run win over Uganda ( )
The Netherlands sealed their semi-final berth in the T20 World Cup Qualifier B in emphatic fashion.
Hong Kong win battle, but PNG win war ( )
Hong Kong won the battle but lost the war as they couldn’t overhaul PNG’s NRR in the race to clinch a semi-final berth at the T20 WCQ.
Italy, Cyprus, Sweden and Isle of Man all win ( )
Day Two saw victories for Italy, Sweden, Cyprus and the Isle of Man.
Second leg of European qualifying underway in Finland ( )
Wins for Italy, Isle of Man, Romania and hosts on opening day.
PNG beat Uganda to set up tense finale ( )
A stunning 93 not out from Assad Vala helped Papua New Guinea to an eight-wicket victory over Uganda and took them past the Cricket Cranes on net run rate in Group B.
Netherlands crush Hong Kong ( )
An all-round bowling performance from the Men in Oranje, led by Logan van Beek’s 4-27, which included a hat-trick, made it two wins from two games for the Netherlands
Williams leads Zimbabwe to victory over Jersey ( )
Sean Williams was the difference as Zimbabwe beat a spirited Jersey side by 23 runs in Bulwayo.
USA too strong for Singapore ( )
Half centuries from Steven Taylor and Jaskaran Malhotra powered USA to their second comprehensive win in two days, as they thumped Singapore by 132 runs in Bulawayo.
Loftie-Eaton the difference as Namibia beat Nepal ( )
A knock of 60 by the Namibian middle-order batter helps Namibia record a 40 run win in Ayr.
Uganda stun Hong Kong to gain famous win ( )
Dinesh Nakrani took four wickets in a Man-of-the-Match display as Uganda pulled off the surprise result of the day with a nervy two-wicket win against Hong Kong at Bulawayo Athletic Cub.
52 run win for Netherlands against Papua New Guinea ( )
A strong batting powerplay and tight bowling earned Netherlands a convincing win over Papua New Guinea in Bulawayo.
David-less Singapore crash to defeat in Zimbabwe ( )
Sikandar Raza clubs 87 from 40 balls to secure a big win for the hosts.
Taylor’s maiden hundred leads USA to eight-wicket win over Jersey ( )
Veteran Steven Taylor’s maiden T20 International century helped USA chase down Jersey’s total of 154 with eight wickets and 11 balls to spare on the opening day of the T20 World Cup Qualifier in Bulawayo.
Scotland beat Namibia to kick off bumper week of qualifying events ( )
A five wicket haul by Safyaan Sharif secures a 77 run win in Glasgow.
Indonesia surprise Papua New Guinea to reach Under-19 World Cup ( )
A 2-1 series win leads to Indonesia’s first ever global tournament.
Denmark reach European qualifying final ( )
A nine wicket win over Portugal secures their place in the next stage of qualification for the 2024 Men’s T20 World Cup.
Namibia conclude European tour by sweeping Germany ( )
A 3-0 series win as the tourists end their European jaunt on a high note.
Quad-series continues in Malaysia ( )
Hosts the front-runners after third day’s play in Bangi
Chanderpaul appointed USA Women's Coach ( )
Shivnarine Chanderpaul has been appointed as the Head Coach of the USA National Women’s Team and Under 19 Teams.
Portugal and Denmark to meet in sub-regional decider ( )
Wins over Belgium and Spain secure their places in Monday’s final.
ICC Men's T20 World Cup SRQ Europe C updated match schedule confirmed ( )
Fixtures adjusted after three tournament officials are injured in a car accident.
Dual-international Andy Goram dies aged 58 ( )
He was the only man to represent Scotland at both football and cricket.
Jersey lose to USA as Namibia tri-series continues ( )
A 50 run win for the Americans in Windhoek.
Malaysia thump Bhutan as quadrangular series underway ( )
Fresh from their Stan Nagaiah Trophy win against Singapore, Malaysia host a quadrangular series.
Netherlands win Namibia T20I series ( )
Namibia’s European tour starts with a series defeat in the Netherlands.
Namibia secure tri-series title ( )
Wins against USA and Jersey sees the hosts secure the T20I tri-series with two games still to play.
Round robin stage ends in Europe sub-regional Group C ( )
Wins for the host, Malta, Gibraltar and Spain in Belgium.
Malaysia win Stan Nagaiah Trophy ( )
Malaysia bounce back from opening match defeat to win series 2-1.
Erasmus and Wiese smash Namibia to victory ( )
A six wicket win as Namibia make it two from two in the T20I tri-series.
KNCB Youth aid charity effort ( )
North East community cricketers NUSC, and KNCB National HighPerformance Youth Squad, have accepted the UK National Fire Service cricketing challenge of a unique Twenty-20 cricket day to celebrate key workers.
Semi-finalists decided after second day of European qualifier ( )
Denmark, Belgium, Portugal and Spain all book their places in the semi-finals of European sub-regional group C.
Jersey begin T20 qualifier preparation ( )
Defeat by Namibia as the Channel Islanders begin preparation for T20 World Cup qualification.
Qualifying for 2024 Men’s T20 World Cup underway ( )
The long and winding pathway began today in Belgium.
Dutch beaten again ( )
Another defeat for the Netherlands at the hands of England.
Jersey win again in Uganda ( )
A six wicket haul for Julius Sumerauer as Jersey beat Italy whilst hosts ease to win over Bermuda.
Hong Kong end Nepal winning run ( )
Wins also for Kuwait and Qatar in the ACC Women’s T20 Championship.
Jersey and Hong Kong win in Challenge League B ( )
Convincing wins over Kenya and Uganda as play resumes after a rest day.
UAE, Singapore and Nepal win on day four of ACC T20 ( )
Wins over Malaysia, Qatar and Singapore as qualifier for the Asia Cup continues.
Pieter Seelaar retires from international cricket ( )
The Dutch captain has been struggling with a persistent back injury.
England stumble, but Dutch defeated again ( )
England survived a mini-collapse to win by six wickets.
Finland beat Estonia in T20Is ( )
Finland beat Estonia in two T20Is as preparation for sub-regional qualifiers ramps up.
Qatar and Hong Kong win as ACC T20 continues ( )
Convincing wins for both sides against Oman and Bahrain respectively.
Hong Kong and Kenya win in Challenge League ( )
They beat Italy and Bermuda on day two in Uganda.
Tanzania beat Kenya to win Kwibuka tournament ( )
A 44 run win gives them the title they last won in 2019.
Malaysia and Nepal win again on day two ( )
Wins also for UAE and Hong Kong in Kuala Lumpur.
Johnston and O'Brien reunite … in Uganda ( )
Kevin O’Brien and Trent Johnston will come face-to-face tomorrow, not in Ireland, but 7000km away in the East African city of Kampala, Uganda.
Record breaking England too strong for weakened Dutch ( )
A world-record ODI total by England as they crush the Netherlands at VRA in Amstelveen.
Rain plays spoilsport on day one of ACC Women’s Championship ( )
Wins for Malaysia and Nepal in the morning, but afternoon matches rained off on day one in Kuala Lumpur.
CWC Challenge League resumes after 30 month break ( )
Jersey beat hosts Uganda in Group B.
Kwibuka tournament continues in Rwanda ( )
Wins for the hosts, Tanzania, Brazil and Uganda on day four.
Malta swept in Belgium ( )
Belgium win all three T20Is convincingly as preparation for sub-regional qualifiers continues.
Germany beat Austria in tri-series final ( )
A three wicket win in the final of a series that also involved Sweden.
Thrilling tie in Texas ( )
A run out with one needed from the last ball as USA tie with Nepal.
Nigeria and Kenya still unbeaten in Kwibuka tournament ( )
Wins also for Brazil and Tanzania in Rwanda.
Luxembourg and Switzerland split T20Is ( )
Two match series drawn in Walferdange.
Nigeria and Kenya win again in Kwibuka tournament ( )
All teams in action on day two in Rwanda, with hosts and Tanzania also winning.
Maqsood dominant as Oman extend lead ( )
A century from Zeeshan Maqsood leads Oman to victory over Nepal.
Kwibuka tournament underway in Rwanda ( )
Wins for Uganda, Kenya and Nigeria on day one of eight team tournament.
UAE qualify for Under-19 World Cup ( )
They go unbeaten to win the Asian qualifier for the first ever Women's Under-19 World Cup.
Twin centuries for USA in win over Oman ( )
Centuries from Sushant Modani and Monank Patel lead to a 114 run win over Oman in Texas.
Jersey's Trinity Smith nominated for ICC award ( )
Smith, 17, is the first player from Jersey to be nominated for the ICC Player of the Month awards after some stellar performances with bat and ball in the France Women’s International T20 Quadrangular.
Austria-Hungary series shared after Zeeshan Kukikhel record innings ( )
The three match series is drawn with one game abandoned after Zeeshan Kukikhel scores 137.
UAE win again in Texas ( )
The UAE beat the hosts as the CWC League 2 tri-series concludes.
Dutch swept after high-scoring game ( )
West Indies complete a 3-0 series win in Amstelveen.
Scotland lose as Coetzer bids farewell to captaincy ( )
A five wicket win for the UAE in Kyle Coetzer’s final match as Scotland captain.
Top three fire but Dutch lose again ( )
Brandon King and Keacy Carty put on 118 to secure a five wicket win for the West Indies.
Modani 70 wins it for USA ( )
A second half-century in this tri-series for Modani as USA beat UAE by 4 wickets.
Coetzer century wins it for Scotland ( )
An unbeaten 108 for the Scottish captain as his team beats the UAE by four wickets.
Netherlands beaten in series opener ( )
A seven wicket win for the West Indies in Amstelveen as a busy home summer for the Dutch begins.
Sweden secure Nordic Cup with day to spare ( )
A 71 run win over Denmark - and a Norway win over the same opponents - secures the title for the hosts.
Scotland bounce back in second game ( )
A Richie Berrington century helps Scotland win in what is almost a mirror image of the first game.
Scotland lose as ODI cricket heads west ( )
USA win by 104 runs at the Moosa Stadium.
Nordic T20 underway in Sweden ( )
Two wins for the hosts on the first day.
Jersey sweep inter-insular T20I series ( )
They win all three matches against old rivals Guernsey in the first senior inter-insular matches since 2019.
Uganda beat Nepal in rare cross-regional bilateral ( )
A 3-2 series win for the visitors in Uganda's first tour of Nepal.
Romania win Valletta Cup ( )
They beat hosts Malta in fading light at the Marsa Sports Club.
Rocca Gibraltar still standing ( )
Christian Rocca has returned to the Gibraltar national team for the Valetta Cup to extend his international career to almost 36 years.
Big hitting Czechs highlight day three in Malta ( )
Czech Republic score 258 as they beat Bulgaria. Wins also for Malta and Hungary on day three of Valetta Cup.
Malta out in front after day two ( )
Hosts top with three wins from three, closely followed by Hungary.
Valetta Cup underway in Malta ( )
Two wins for Malta and a win for Hungary on day one.
Denmark come back to secure series win ( )
Finland won the first game, but Denmark won the next two to win the T20I series in Brondby.
Jersey sweep quadrangular series ( )
Four wins out of four for the Channel Islanders as they dominate the series in France.
Quadrangular series underway in France ( )
Hosts lose to Jersey and Austria beat debutants Spain.
Busy season ahead for Luxembourg ( )
A busy season ahead for Luxembourg cricket for two reasons. First, the relaxation of Covid restrictions and secondly the increasing popularity of the game in the Grand Duchy.
Darren Maddy to coach Croatia ( )
The former Leicestershire and Warwickshire player will coach the side at the European sub-regional qualifiers in Finland in July.
Spain lift tri-series title on final day ( )
A win over Norway in the final match secures the series for the hosts.
Spain out in front after day two ( )
Wins over Norway and Guernsey as the T20I tri-series continues.
UAE sweep Hong Kong to extend winning streak to 14 ( )
A 4-0 series win sees them close in on Thailand's record 17 match winning streak.
European international summer underway in Spain ( )
Norway beat Guernsey in the first match of a T20I tri-series.
USA to host Nepal, Oman, Scotland and UAE in Texas ( )
Moosa Stadium in Houston will be the second ODI venue in the USA, hosting two CWC League 2 tri-series.
Namibia lose in Capricorn final ( )
No second win over Zimbabwe for Namibian women.
Prognosis good for Campbell ( )
Ryan Campbell expected to make a full recovery according to family statement.
Two close defeats for Uganda ( )
They fail to chase low targets in both of their women's tri-series fixtures today in Windhoek.
Namibia women beat Zimbabwe in closely fought contest ( )
A first win over a full member for the Namibian women's side.
Cayman Islands whitewash Bahamas in international return ( )
All five matches won in first internationals since 2019.
Dutch Coach Campbell suffers heart attack ( )
Netherlands Head Coach Ryan Campbell is in intensive care following a heart attack in England at the weekend.
Oman ease to another win over Papua New Guinea ( )
Bilal Khan takes 5-54 as Oman win by 85 runs.
Last gasp win for Scotland in Dubai ( )
They score twelve from the last over to sneak a two wicket win against Oman.
Easy win for Scotland as CWC League 2 continues ( )
A rapid fifty by Michael Leask and a five wicket haul by Gavin Main helps the side beat Papua New Guinea.
Uganda square one-dayers with Namibia ( )
They bounced back from a thumping in the first match with a closely fought victory in the second.
Jatinder Singh hits century as Oman beat PNG ( )
Oman extend their lead at the top of the CWC League 2 table.
Scotland win a thriller in Dubai ( )
Oman needed seven from the last two overs but Scotland snatch victory in sensational finish.
USA get automatic entry to 2024 T20 World Cup ( )
The cohosts with the West Indies will not have to qualify for the 20 team tournament.
All-round Smit stars as Namibia secure T20I series ( )
JJ Smit scores 71 from 35 balls and takes 6-10 as Namibia win their three match series against Uganda.
Scotland start tri-series with big win ( )
A Berrington century helps the Scots towards a big win over Papua New Guinea.
International round-up ( )
A look back at a busier few weeks for associate cricket than has been usual in the last two years.
Scotland announce leadership changes ( )
Cricket Scotland has today announced further changes to our senior leadership team as we prepare for the new season and look to build a stronger future for the sport.
New Zealand to visit Scotland ( )
New Zealand will play two T20’s and one ODI against Scotland this July, following their visit to Ireland.
Guernsey set for international return ( )
Guernsey will make their international return next month as they travel to Spain for a triangular tournament.
Rippon boost for Netherlands ( )
The Netherlands have been given a boost with the addition of all-rounder Michael Rippon for their clashes with New Zealand.
Two Associate players in ICC awards for February ( )
The ICC Player of the Month nominations in the men’s category features UAE batter, Vriitya Aravind, India batter Shreyas Iyer and Nepal’s Dipendra Sing Airee.
Derbyshire sign Watt for T20 Blast ( )
Derbyshire have signed Mark Watt for the 2022 T20 Blast campaign.
Italian champions through to ECL finals week ( )
Brescia are through to the ECL finals week after beating Scottish club Carlton in the week 3 final.
Netherlands name squad for New Zealand trip ( )
The Netherlands have named their squad for their forthcoming visit to New Zealand, with Stephan Myburgh, Max O'Dowd and Logan van Beek back in the frame.
Suri stars as UAE go 2 in 2 ( )
Chirag Suri’s fine knock of 81 from 54 deliveries ensured UAE went top of group A in the World Cup Qualifiers with a 24 run victory over Germany.
Hosts bounce back with win over Canada ( )
A 129 run partnership between Zeeshan Maqsood and Kashyap Prajapati leads Oman to a nine wicket win.
Philippines beaten again as Nepal close in on semis ( )
A maiden century by Kushal Bhurtel helps Nepal win by 136 runs.
UAE continue winning run over Ireland ( )
A career-best performance by UAE youngster Vriitya Aravind steered his side to an 18-run win over Ireland on the opening day of the T20 WCQ in Muscat.
Ali and Aziz star for Bahrain in victory over Germany ( )
A Sarfraz Ali match winning knock of 69 off 38 deliveries and a Junaid Aziz 5-fer made sure Bahrain started the World Cup qualifier campaign off in style.
West Indies to play in Netherlands ( )
The Netherlands will host West Indies in their rearranged World Cup Super League series at the end of May.
Record-breaking Spoors stars as Canada thump Philippines ( )
Highest T20I score on debut for Matthew Spoors as Canada ease to victory.
Hosts lose to Nepal in low scoring contest ( )
A low total for Nepal is enough as Oman batting fails.
T20 World Cup Qualifiers set for battle ( )
The captains have their say ahead of the start of the T20 World Cup Qualifiers in Oman.
Tunbridge Wells week 1 winners in ECL ( )
The English club T20 champions beat French side Dreux in the Group A final to progress to the championship week.
Airee heroics propel Nepal to win over Oman ( )
A match-winning innings from Nepal skipper DS Airee ensured Nepal started the Quadrangular series in style with victory over hosts Oman in Muscat.
Uganda to host second round of Challenge League B ( )
The second round of the Challenge League B will be hosted by Uganda from June 14th-28th. The tournament was scheduled to be hosted in Uganda in January but was postponed due to the global Omricon outbreak.
UAE chase over 300 to beat Oman ( )
UAE go 1-0 up in series against Oman as part of CWC League 2.
Bray benefits from global exposure ( )
Jeremy Bray’s recent return to Irish cricket circles has been widely welcomed with the affable Aussie settling into his new role as Head Coach at The Hills.
Davey hopeful of quick Somerset return ( )
Josh Davey is hoping to be back in time for the start of the new season after a second operation on a groin injury.
Ben Cooper retires ( )
Netherlands batsman Ben Cooper has announced his retirement from international cricket.
Uganda beat Scotland in U19 World Cup ( )
Uganda did not let the rain dampen their spirits as they beat Scotland by 51 runs in a shortened match to earn 13th place overall.
Covid outbreak sees Canada games cancelled ( )
Two Plate competition matches at the Under 19 Cricket World Cup have been cancelled after nine Canada players tested positive for COVID-19.
Scotland beaten by Zimbabwe in U19 World Cup ( )
Zimbabwe beat Scotland convincingly, while Plate favourites West Indies outgunned Papua New Guinea.
Kingma banned for four matches ( )
Netherlands fast bowler Vivian Kingma has been suspended for four games for breaching Level 3 of the ICC Code of Conduct during the third match of the Super League series against Afghanistan
Edwards stands alone again in second Dutch defeat ( )
Scott Edwards is again let down by the rest of the Dutch line-up as they go 2-0 down in the series.
Zeeshan Maqsood and Andrea-Mae Zepeda are associate players of the year ( )
The Omani men's captain and Austrian women's batter get the ICC awards for their 2021 performances.
Scottish Commonwealth hopes dashed ( )
A heavy defeat against Bangladesh ends Scotland's Commonwealth Games qualifying campaign.
Rough day for associates at Under-19 World Cup ( )
Uganda, Papua New Guinea and UAE all defeated by large margins as the first round concludes.
Why does it always rain on Scotland? ( )
Scotland beat Kenya and the rain as the Commonwealth Games qualifier continues.
Batting lets Dutch down in first ODI ( )
A poor batting display prevents The Netherlands from recording a win against Afghanistan.
Sri Lanka overpower Kenya ( )
Sri Lanka’s spinners restricted Kenya to 87 for six before captain Chamari Athapaththu struck 57 off 29 balls to power Sri Lanka to a nine-wicket win on the third day of the ICC Commonwealth Games Qualifier.
Australia defeat battling Scotland ( )
Scotland beaten by Australia despite scoring 236.
Scotland bounce back with win over hosts ( )
Commonwealth Games qualifier continues with Scotland beating Malaysia.
Defeats for Canada, PNG and Uganda at U19 World Cup ( )
The three associate sides in action today all lose their first round matches.
Bray Resigns as High-Performance Manager of Vanuatu Cricket ( )
Bray submitted his resignation to Vanuatu Cricket eleven months into a three-year contract due to a combination of personal reasons and travel complications resulting from the coronavirus pandemic.
Scotland comprehensively beaten as Commonwealth Games Qualifier underway ( )
Scotland lose by 109 runs, Malaysia also lose on day one of qualifier.
West Indies too strong for Scotland at U19 World Cup ( )
West Indies show their all-round dominance in comfortable win over Scotland.
Commonwealth Games qualifiers set for battle ( )
The Commonwealth Games Qualifier commences in Kuala Lumpur on Tuesday as Bangladesh, Kenya, Malaysia, Scotland and Sri Lanka vie for the lone remaining slot at the Commonwealth Games 2022 in Birmingham.
Battling Scotland beaten by Sri Lanka in U19 WC opener ( )
Wellalage’s canny left-arm spin saw him rack up formidable figures of five for 27 from nine overs as Scotland were unable to ever get going in pursuit of their 219 target.
UAE win but Uganda and PNG beaten ( )
UAE beat Canada in the clash of the Associates, while Ireland and Zimbabwe overcame Uganda and PNG at the Under 19 World Cup.
Scotland, Uganda and PNG beaten ( )
PNG, Uganda and Scotland lost their Under 19 World Cup warm-up matches against England, Sri Lanka and Ireland respectively.
UAE beaten by England in U19 warm-up ( )
England produced a middle-order rally to beat UAE in an exciting finish by two wickets.
Scotland, Uganda and PNG looking ahead to U19 World Cup ( )
The captains of Scotland, Uganda, and PNG interviewed ahead of the start of the Under 19 World Cup.
U19 wins for UAE and Scotland ( )
UAE and Scotland beat Papua New Guinea and Uganda in their U19 World Cup warm-up matches.
India strong favourites at U19 World Cup ( )
No country has won more ICC Under 19 Men’s Cricket World Cups than India and their quest for a fifth title will begin in Group B.
Scotland Women head off to Malaysia ( )
Scotland Women will be participating in the Commonwealth Games qualifiers in Malaysia.
Death of Hamish More ( )
There was sad news at the weekend following the death of former Scottish international Hamish More.