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League Competition

Final

  • West Indies beat Pakistan by 99 runs. Queen's Park Oval, Port-of-Spain, 4 May.
    West Indies 238-7 (50 overs, K Brathwaite 82, R Senior 50, J Campbell 37, Usman Qadir 3-25)
    Pakistan 139 (41.5 overs, Muhammad Babar 51, R Senior 4-24)

Semi-Finals

  • West Indies beat Malaysia by 8 wickets.
    Progress Park, Grenada, 1 May.
    Malaysia 160 (49.5 overs, K Hodge 4-33)
    West Indies 166-2 (24.5 overs, R Senior 69*, K Brathwaite 52, S Ambris 35*)
  • Pakistan beat Bangladesh by 6 wickets.
    La Sagesse Park, Grenada, 1 May.
    Bangladesh 126 (47.5 overs, Didar Hossain 66, Kumail Abbas 3-22)
    Pakistan 131-4 (31.4 overs, Mohammad Babar 64, Mohammad Naeem 36)
  • 3rd-4th Place: Bangladesh beat Malaysia by 9 wickets.
    Queen's Park Oval, Port of Spain, 3 May.
    Malaysia 73 (31.2 overs, Nazeef Ahmed 4-9, Khaza Khairuddin 4-15)
    Bangladesh 75-1 (11.1 overs, Didar Hossain 41*)
  • 5th-6th Place: Ireland beat ICC Americas Development XI by 2 wickets.
    Shaw Park, Tobago, 2 May.
    ICC Americas XI 138 (44.5 overs, S Taylor 52, B Wylie 3-10, J Andrews 3-46)
    Ireland 139-8 (47.0 overs, B McCarthy 44*)
  • 7th-8th Place: Netherlands beat Kenya by 60 runs.
    Shaw Park, Tobago, 1 May.
    Netherlands 172-9 50 overs (S Ekelmans 51)
    Kenya 112 off 44.2 overs (Irfan Karim 50, N Wories 5-12)(Tobago, 2 May)

Group A (Trinidad)

  • Ireland beat Kenya by 7 wickets
    NCC Couva, 26 April.
    Kenya 110 (49.1 overs, Irfan Karim 46, S Getkate 4-19)
    Ireland 111-3
  • West Indies beat Bangladesh by 31 runs
    Queen's Park Oval, 26 April.
    West Indies 237 (49.5 overs, J Campbell 112, Shahariar Islam 3-36, Nazeef Ahmed 3-55)
    Bangladesh 206 (Ahamedul Kabir 80, D Nelson 3-43)
  • West Indies beat Ireland by 103 runs.
    Queen's Park Oval, 27 April.
    West Indies 220-5 (50 overs, K Brathwaite 98, S Ambris 40)
    Ireland 117 (45.4 overs, D Davis 4-29)
  • Bangladesh beat Kenya by 187 runs. NCC, Couva, 27 April.
    Bangladesh 257-8 (50 overs, Rakin Ahmed 75, Kumar Dass 64)
    Kenya 70 (40.5 overs, Hasif Hasan 5-11, Shahariar Islam 4-10)
  • West Indies beat Kenya by 10 wickets.
    Queen's Park Oval, 29 April.
    Kenya 86 (28.3 overs, R Senior 4-15)
    West Indies 87-0 (14.1 overs, J Campbell 43*, K Brathwaite 37*)
  • Bangladesh beat Ireland by 5 wickets.
    NCC Couva, 29 April.
    Ireland 140 (48 overs, H MacDonnell 53, B Wylie 39,; Nazeef Ahmed 5-18)
    Bangladesh 142-5 (31.5 overs, D Hossain 61*, Rakin Ahmed 48*)

1: West Indies 6, 2: Bangladesh 4, 3: Ireland 2, 4: Kenya 0.

Group B (Guyana)

  • Pakistan beat Netherlands by 230 runs
    Providence, 26 April.
    Pakistan 332-5 wkts (50 overs, Naeem 90)
    Netherlands 102 (45.2 overs)
  • Malaysia beat ICC Americas XI by 2 wickets
    Bourda, 26 April.
    ICC Americas XI 156 (46.5 overs, A Joshi 64, Ahmed Zaid 3-36)
    Malaysia 157-8 (46.4 overs, T Manoosingh 3-26, D Bell 3-38)
  • Malaysia beat Netherlands by 9 wickets.
    Providence, 27 April.
    Netherlands 133 (40.4 overs, P Nadaesan 4-23).
    Malaysia 134-1 (31.1 overs, Z Asyraf 58*, K Goonasagaran 57*)
  • Pakistan beat ICC Americas XI by 293 runs.
    Bourda, 27 April.
    Pakistan 416-6 (50 overs, Muhammad Barbar 165, Muhammed Naeem 72, Muhammad Nawaz 50, Muhammad Qadaffi 39, T Manoosingh 4-103)
    ICC Americas XI 123 (45 overs, A Joshi 70, Muhammad Nawaz 3-17)
  • Pakistan beat Malaysia by 8 wickets.
    Providence, 29 April.
    Malaysia 76 (38.4 overs, Ashan Mirza 4-19, Muhammad Nawaz 3-1)
    Pakistan 82-2 (19.1 overs)
  • ICC Americas XI beat Netherlands by 74 runs (DL).
    Bourda, 29 April.
    ICC Americas XI 187-7 (45 overs, A Joshi 65, N Kumar 52)
    Netherlands 71-7 (21 overs, N Kumar 3-7)

1: Pakistan 6, 2: Malaysia 4, 3: ICC Americas XI 2, 4: Netherlands 0.

Knockout Competition

Round 1

  • West Indies beat Malaysia by 146 runs.
    Kensington Oval, Barbados, 19 April.
    West Indies 240-9 (50 overs, K Brathwaite 122*, John Campbell 61, P Nadaesan 3-40)
    Malaysia 94 (35.3 overs, D Nelson 4-6, D Davis 3-12)
  • Bangladesh beat Netherlands by 9 wickets.
    Weymouth, Barbados, 19 April.
    Netherlands 94 (45.3 overs, Khairuddin 3-2)
    Bangladesh 97-1 (20.5 overs, Kabir 43*)
  • Scorecard Pakistan beat Ireland by 8 wickets.
    Kensington Oval, Barbados, 20 April.
    Ireland 99 (43.3 overs, Ahsan Jamil 3-6)
    Pakistan 104-2 (20.5 overs)
  • ICC Americas XI beat Kenya by 6 wickets.
    Weymouth, Barbados, 20 April.
    Kenya 133 (46 overs, N Kumar 3-14, T Manoosingh 3-37)
    ICC Americas XI 134-4 (37.3 overs)

Semi-Finals

  • Pakistan beat Bangladesh by 2 wickets.
    St Kitts, 22 April.
    Bangladesh 131 (47.2 overs, Ratnak Saha 46, Syed Kumail Abbas 3-34)
    Pakistan 132-8 (Mohammed Naeem 52, Ashan Ali 44, Nazeef Ahmed 5-23)
  • West Indies beat ICC Americas XI by 8 wickets.
    St Kitts, 22 April.
    ICC Americas XI 166 (50 overs, A Joshi 50, N Kumar 39, J Campbell 6-43)
    West Indies 167-2 (R Senior 68*, K Brathwaite 65*)

Final

  • West Indies lost to Pakistan by 2 runs.
    Warner Park, St Kitts, 24 April.
    Pakistan 219 (49.5 overs, Muhammad Babar 70, Muhammad Nawaz 58, K Hodge 3-38)
    West Indies 217 (50 overs, K Brathwaite 77, K Mayers 55, J Campbell 48, Mirza Jamil 4-28, Hafeez Usman Qadir 4-33)