World Cricket League Division 4, Kuala Lumpur 2018
Bray delight as Denmark secure promotion ( )
Denmark coach Jeremy Bray was a delighted and relieved man as Malaysia failed to overhaul their NRR against Bermuda to give the Danes the second promotion slot.
Uganda and Denmark gain promotion ( )
On another exciting final day’s play at a World Cricket League tournament, this time Division 4 in Malaysia, both Uganda and Denmark secured qualification to Division 3.
Jersey saved by the rain ( )
Jersey's game against Uganda is washed out just short of the 20 over minimum, saving them from likely defeat.
Jersey keep promotion hopes alive ( )
Jersey kept alive their promotion hopes, holding their nerve to beat the hosts by ten runs in yet another rain-affected encounter in Malaysia.
First win for Vanuatu ( )
Vanuatu record their first win at WCL Division 4 after beating Bermuda.
First defeat for Denmark after thrilling climax ( )
Uganda beat Denmark after taking four wickets in the final over of the Danish run chase.
Vanuatu struggle again ( )
Vanuatu find themselves facing relegation as they are easily beaten by Uganda.
Denmark top the table ( )
Denmark overcame tricky home conditions to beat the hosts by 33 runs in a low-scoring contest at UKM Oval.
Bermuda bounce back with win over Jersey ( )
Kamau Leverock returns to the Bermuda team and helps them beat Jersey in Kuala Lumpur.
Another heavy defeat for Bermuda ( )
Bermuda look to be in disarray after another heavy defeat, this time to Uganda.
Denmark beat Jersey in European derby ( )
Denmark beat Jersey by seven wickets in a rain-affected battle in Kualu Lumpur to make it two wins from two in the battle for promotion.
Hosts make it two from two at Kinrara ( )
Hosts Malaysia make it two wins from two after beating Vanuatu today.
Stevens stars as Jersey thrash Vanuatu ( )
Ben Stevens grabbed a four wicket haul as Jersey got their WCL campaign off to a winning start against Vanuatu.
Hosts win on opening day ( )
Malaysia beat Uganda in a close match at the Kinrara Oval, but not without controversy.
Klokker stars as Denmark thrash Bermuda ( )
Denmark's Freddie Klokker scores his first WCL century in seven years as Denmark thump Bermuda.
Tournament preview ( )
The next event on the road to the 2023 World Cup takes place in Malaysia as six teams compete for two qualification spots from World Cricket League Division 4.