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Results
Championship Group
              P   W   L  Pts
Norway        3   3   0   6
Austria       3   1   2   2
Malta         3   1   1   2
Greece        3   1   2   2
  • Norway 309-8 (50 overs, A Shahid 96*, Babar 76, Z Ali 42) beat Austria 201 (40 5 overs, B Loader 52, L Kasturiarachchige 40, S Chaudhry 6-36) by 108 runs
  • Malta 208 (43 overs, A Naudi 59, M Caruana 50; S Avlonitis 3-27, M Sajjad 3-28, A Koutsoufis 3-29) beat Greece 156 (41 2 overs, A Mohammad 64*; J Callus 3-20) by 52 runs
  • Norway 206 (46 overs) beat Greece 183 (48 overs) by 23 runs
  • Malta 66 (20.2 overs) lost to Austria 68-0 (9 overs) by 10 wickets
  • Austria 134 (30.3 overs) lost to Greece 137-7 (44 overs) by 3 wickets
  • Malta 126 (47 overs) lost to Norway 128-2 (16 overs) by 8 wickets
Plate Play-offs
5  Portugal
6  Belgium
7  Spain
8  Finland
9  Switzerland
10 Croatia
11 Luxembourg
  • (5-11) Luxembourg 84 (31.1 overs, A Sood 3-4) lost to Finland 85-1 (11.3 overs, S Rodgerson 42*) by 9 wickets
  • (5-11) Croatia 228-6 (35 overs, C Sinovich 66, T Govorko 54*) lost to Belgium 229-8 (33 overs, Ghulam 70*, Sharif 52) by 2 wickets
  • (5-11) Portugal 224-4 beat Switzerland 172 by 52 runs
  • (5-11) Spain - bye
  • (5-8) Portugal 278-4 (35 overs) beat Finland 180-6 (35 overs) by 35 runs
  • (5-8) Belgium 221 (35 overs) beat Spain 200-9 (35 overs) by 21 runs
  • (5-6) Belgium 165 lost to Portugal 166-4 by 6 wickets
  • (7-8) Spain 170 beat Finland 140 by 30 runs
  • (9-11) Croatia 200-7 (35 overs) beat Luxemburg 141 (32 overs) by 59 runs
  • (9-11) Croatia 107-9 (35 overs) lost to Switzerland 108-2 (25.4 overs) by 8 wickets
  • (9-11) Switzerland 251-4 (35 overs) beat Luxemburg 120 (31.5 overs) by 131 runs
League Phase
Group 1       P   W   L  Pts
Malta         2   2   0   4
Finland       2   1   1   2
Portugal      2   0   2   0
  • Malta 239-7 (35 overs, F Spiteri 66, M Caruana 51) beat Portugal 235-9 (35 overs, A Saiyad 64, H Cheema 44, I Mehdi 40, M Caruana 3-49, A Spiteri 3-49) by 4 runs
  • Finland 188-5 (35 overs, A Sood 52) beat Portugal 131 (30.5 overs, P Buccimazza 40; J Roach 3-12) by 57 runs
  • Finland 180-8 (35 overs, T Ilva 43, S Thurling 36) lost to Malta 184-2 (32 1 overs, F Spiteri 97*, A Spiteri 38) by 8 wickets
Group 2       P   W   L  Pts
Greece        3   3   0   6
Austria       3   2   1   4
Switzerland   3   1   2   2
Luxembourg    3   0   3   0
  • Switzerland 282-7 (35 overs, D Peeroo 76, F Clube 44, T Brink 43, M West 3-43) beat Luxembourg 140 (27 4 overs, A Wykes 36, P Swanepoel 3-33) by 142 runs
  • Austria 201-9 (35 overs, E Grasinger 69) lost to Greece 202-3 (33.5 overs, A Koutsoufis 63, I Kondarinis 45*) by 7 wickets
  • Greece 377-5 (35 overs, M Sadig 132*, A Koutsoufis 86, I Kontarinis 62, W Codd 3-56) beat Luxembourg 52 (18.1 overs, G Stogianos 3-3, Sajjad 3-19) by 325 runs
  • Austria 258-5 (35 overs, A Simpson-Parker 101, T Simpson 82*, K Muccuthusarawamy 3-39) beat Switzerland 148 (31.2 overs, A Gerrard 50*, V Kumar 4-24) by 110 runs
  • Switzerland 120 (34 2 overs, Mohammed Sadig 4-19) lost to Greece 123-4 (23 4 overs, M Sadig 70*) by 6 wickets
  • Austria 253-6 (35 overs, S Subash 70, W Mohammed 45, B Loader 36) beat Luxembourg 101-9 (35 overs, B Loader 3-7,) by 152 runs
Group 3       P   W   L  Pts
Norway        3   3   0   6
Spain         3   2   1   4
Belgium       3   1   2   2
Croatia       3   0   3   0
  • Norway 245-8 (35 overs, Z Ali 100, S Malik 67) beat Croatia 102 (34 overs, A Aziz 3-17, Shahid 3-19) by 143 runs
  • Belgium 167 (33 overs, S Muhammad 47, J Iqbal 38, P Venus 3-34) lost to Spain 168-5 (30.2 overs, P Venus 85*, J Iqbal 3-35) by 5 wickets
  • Norway 251-6 (35 overs) beat Spain 146-8 (35 overs) by 105 runs
  • Croatia 163-6 (35 overs, P Kastelan 51, P Siljeg 40) lost to Belgium 167-4 (32 overs, S Sharif 54*) by 6 wickets
  • Norway 273-4 (35 overs, M Shahid 81, Z Ali 63, A Shahid 38) beat Belgium 239-9 (35 overs, S Mohammed 79, J Iqbal 38, Z Ali 4-21) by 34 runs
  • Croatia 246-2 (35 overs, A Sumich 101, C Sinovich 60*, J Vuynovich 43) lost to Spain 247-8 (33 overs, P Venus 78, A Barca 48, J Vuynovich 4-34) by 2 wickets
Squads
Austria
  • Amar Naeem
  • Vipin Kumar
  • Marco Celeghin
  • Heinz-Peter Prusnik-Dragosits
  • Lakhmal Kasturiarachchige
  • Sukhvir Hira
  • Wasif Mohammed
  • Gary Stevens
  • Raza Aqif
  • Andrew Simpson-Parker
  • Satyam Subash
  • Tim Simpson
  • Erwin Grasinger
  • Benjamin Loader
Portugal
  • Dinesh Maugi
  • Hussein Cheema
  • Nadeem Butt
  • Humayun Shahzad
  • Muhammad Asif
  • Ramesh Bagvane Daya
  • Akbar Saiyad
  • Mudassar Hamid
  • Mehdi Intesab
  • Babar Khan
  • Jay da Costa
  • Torben Rankine
  • Paulo Buccimazza
Norway
  • Zaheer Ashiq
  • Nadeem Ahmed
  • Shahzad Ahmed
  • Abdul Jabber Ghani
  • Shahid Mahmood
  • Shahid Ahmad
  • Shamoon Chaudhry
  • Khalid Sheraz
  • Amir Waheed
  • Zeeshan Ali
  • Afzal Mir
  • Syed Munawar Ahmed
  • Monim Abdul
  • Ataul Aziz
Malta
  • Angelo Spiteri
  • Michael Micallef
  • Radakrishna Dhandapani
  • Swamy Dhandapani
  • Frankie Spiteri
  • Chris Naudi
  • Andrew Naudi
  • John Farrugia
  • Michael Caruana
  • James Towers
  • John Grima
  • Tony Azzopardi
  • John Callus
Luxembourg
  • Adrian Wykes
  • Geoffrey Thomas
  • Michael West
  • Peter Welch
  • Benjamin Lougheed
  • Robert Graham
  • Martin Thomas
  • Kumar Motiani
  • Keith Glover
  • David Winters
  • Anand Pattabiraman
  • Piers Hampton
  • Wayne Codd
  • Madhu Ramachandran
Greece (Hellas)
  • Marinos Sotiropoulos
  • Elias Dafnis
  • Costas Vasilas
  • Stamatis Avlonitis
  • Iordanis Kondarinis
  • Spiros Kontos
  • Anjum Sajjad
  • Mehmood Sadig
  • John Pigis
  • Andreas Koutsoufis
  • Aslam Mohammad
  • Spiros Nikokavouras
Finland
  • Mikael Henrik
  • Berglund Kari Turunen
  • Anil Kumar Sood
  • Janne Kalevi Lumme
  • Michael Pegg
  • Simon Rodgerson
  • Scott Simon Thurling
  • Dan Taavitsainen
  • Panu Petteri Nikoskinen
  • Timo Ilva
  • Amrik Kumar Bhatia
  • Julian Roach
  • Ansar Chaudhary
Croatia
  • Zdenko Leko
  • Tony Govorko
  • Lovro Frankopan
  • Vjeko Milanovic
  • Jeffrey Grzinic
  • Phillip Siljeg
  • Pero Kaštelan
  • Vedran Zanko
  • John Vujnovich
  • Frank Matijasko
  • Craig Sinovich
  • Jasen Butkovic
  • Anthony Sumich
  • Peter Frankopan
Belgium
  • Sheraz Rafi
  • Nadeem Khan
  • Faisal Rafi
  • Javed Iqbal
  • Shahzad Hameed
  • Malik Ahmed Hassan
  • David Moyson
  • Mohammad Wasiq Syed
  • Shahid Muhammad
  • Sohail K Sharif
  • Mohammed Sajjad Khan
  • Amer H Diwan Ali
  • Rabbani Ghulam
Switzerland
  • Remo Baleri
  • Ashley Gerrard
  • Alex Alexandrou
  • Tariq Khan
  • Kanthas Muthuccumarasamy
  • Raja Hafeez
  • Dylan Samarawickrama
  • Daniel Peeroo
  • Tariq Idrees Muhammed
  • Pieter Swanepoel
  • Tom Brink
  • Andreas Roost
  • Francis Clube
Spain
  • Joan Sendra
  • Graham Howe
  • Pedro Venus
  • Paul Stanfield
  • Manuel Fernandez
  • David Climent
  • Carlos Parkin
  • Alex Fisher
  • Phillip Pennick
  • Ben Fletcher
  • Scott Burchell
  • Antonio Barca
  • Jaime Catala