P W T NR L Pts NRR Afghanistan 5 4 0 0 1 8 +0.971 Uganda 5 4 0 0 1 8 +0.768 Papua New Guinea 5 4 0 0 1 8 +0.665 Hong Kong 5 2 0 0 3 4 -0.005 Cayman Islands 5 1 0 0 4 2 -1.384 Argentina 5 0 0 0 5 0 -1.031
- Papua New Guinea beat Cayman Islands by 6 wickets.
Scorecard Belgrano, 24 January.
- Hong Kong beat Argentina by 7 wickets.
Scorecard Hurlingham, 24 January.
- Uganda beat Afghanistan by 14 runs.
Scorecard Corimayo, 24 January.
- Uganda beat Cayman Islands by 9 wickets.
Scorecard Hurlingham, 25 January.
- Papua New Guinea beat Argentina by 21 runs.
Scorecard Corimayo, 25 January.
- Afghanistan beat Hong Kong by 13 runs.
Scorecard Belgrano, 25 January.
- Papua New Guinea beat Uganda by 26 runs.
Scorecard Belgrano, 27 January.
- Afghanistan beat Argentina by 19 runs.
Scorecard Hurlingham, 27 January.
- Hong Kong beat Cayman Islands by 49 runs.
Scorecard Corimayo, 27 January.
- Afghanistan beat Papua New Guinea by 8 wickets.
Scorecard Hurlingham, 28 January.
- Cayman Islands beat Argentina by 6 wickets.
Scorecard Belgrano, 28 January.
- Uganda beat Hong Kong by 1 run.
Scorecard Corimayo, 28 January.
- Papua New Guinea beat Hong Kong by 9 wickets.
Scorecard Hurlingham, 30 January.
- Argentina v Uganda - match abandoned.
Scorecard Belgrano, 30 January.
- Afghanistan v Cayman Islands - match abandoned.
Scorecard Corimayo, 30 January.
- Uganda beat Argentina by 100 runs.
Scorecard Belgrano, 31 January.
- Afghanistan beat Cayman Islands by 82 runs.
Scorecard Corimayo, 31 January.
Reports & Articles
Afghanistan and Uganda seal place in ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier ()
Afghanistan and Uganda achieved a place in the ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier after recording victories in Buenos Aires on Saturday.
Glesson 'gutted' after PNG miss out on promotion ()
PNG coach Martin Gleeson admitted that his side was devastated after missing out on a place at the ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier.
"Happiest day in Afghanistan cricket history' says Hamid ()
Afghanistan's players celebrated in style after clinching the Pepsi ICC World Cricket League Division 3 title.
Coach claims 'victory was the happiest day of my life' ()
Afghanistan coach Kabir Khan claimed that it was the happiest day of his life after watching his side win the Division 3 title.
Big hitting heroics from Vani send PNG top of the table ()
Papua New Guinea took a step closer to qualifying for the ICC Cricket World Cup when it thrashed Hong Kong by nine wickets on a rain affected day.
Lucas Paterlini found guilty of breaching ICC Code of Conduct ()
Argentina all-rounder receives official reprimand for Level 1 offence.
Uganda win last-over thriller against Hong Kong to set up fantastic finale ()
Two wickets in the final over of a sensational match against Hong Kong gave Uganda a dramatic one-run win.
Skipper believes his side will bounce back from relegation ()
Skipper Billy MacDermott vowed that Argentina will bounce back after getting relegated to Division 4.
Afghans end PNG winning run ()
Afghanistan was the early winners on day four after a stunning 8-wicket victory over Papua New Guinea.
Brazier bowls PNG to stunning victory over fancied Uganda ()
Jamie Brazier's four wickets helped Papua New Guinea secure its place at the top of the table after a surprise 26-run win over Uganda.
Kamyuka disheartened by defeat ()
Uganda opening bowler Kenneth Kamyuka was extremely disappointed with the 26-run defeat to Papua New Guinea.
MacDermott admits his frustration ()
Billy MacDermott admitted he was a frustrated man after seeing his Argentina side fall 19 runs short of its target against Afghanistan.
Afghanistan captain suspended for slow over-rate ()
Afghanistan captain Norooz Mangal has been suspended for two matches for maintaining a slow over-rate during his team's 13-run victory over Hong Kong.
Dikana repeats his five-wicket heroics as PNG win thriller against Argentina ()
Rarua Dikana's remarkable tournament continued as the Papua New Guinea skipper took five wickets for the second consecutive day.
Gleeson in confident mood after second victory ()
Coach Martin Gleeson's Papua New Guinea side recorded a dramatic win over Argentina by 21 runs.
Lord disappointed despite four wicket haul ()
Diego Lord's four wickets weren't enough to save Argentina from a second consecutive defeat.
Cuffy still hopeful of avoiding relegation ()
Cayman Islands coach is bitterly disappointed after his side crashed to a second consecutive heavy defeat.
Uganda, Papua New Guinea and Hong Kong get off to winning starts ()
Uganda was the star performer on the opening day after a dramatic 14-run win over Afghanistan.
Kabir still hopeful of promotion ()
Afghanistan coach Kabir Khan was not too disheartened after his side crashed to a 14-run opening day defeat to Uganda.
Barton believes his side will bounce back ()
Argentina coach Hamish Barton claimed that his side was not too disappointed after losing its opening game against Hong Kong.
Habib pleased to record opening day win ()
Hong Kong coach Aftab Habib praised his players after it defeated Argentina by seven wickets.
Skipper delighted with five wicket haul ()
Papua New Guinea skipper Rarua Dikana was delighted after recording a comprehensive victory by 6 wickets against Cayman Islands.
Papua New Guinea ready to challenge ()
Coach Martin Gleeson believes that his team is ready to be one of the challengers at the Pepsi ICC World Cricket League Division 3.
Best hopeful of top two finish for Cayman Islands ()
Cayman Islands skipper Pearson Best hopes his side can secure a place at the ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier in April.
Hosting ICC event is a "dream come true" for Argentina ()
Plan to develop the game all over South America will focus on junior involvement; Newcastle United star sends good luck message to countrymen.
Afghans record warm-up win ()
Afghanistan records a 105-run win over the Cayman Islands in a warm-up match on Thursday.
Six sides prepare to take a step closer to the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 ()
Afghanistan fast bowler dreams of playing ODIs against England and Australia.
Habib happy with arrangements ()
Hong Kong coach Aftab Habib believes that his side is in excellent shape ahead of the tournament.
Barton predicts close event ()
Argentina coach Hamish Barton believes that the Pepsi ICC World Cricket League Division 3 could be the closest event yet.
Uganda prepared for Argentina challenge ()
Uganda coach Ebrahim Mohamed is confident that his side can progress to the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 Qualifier.
Hong Kong hopeful of qualification ()
Hong Kong skipper Tabarak Dar is hopeful his side can repeat its promotion from Division 4 by finishing in the top two in Buenos Aires.
Fixtures announced for qualifer ()
The match schedule for the Pepsi ICC World Cricket League Division 3 event in Buenos Aires from 24 to 31 January.
- Day 6, Presentation Ceremony
- Day 6, Cayman Islands v Afghanistan
- Day 6, Argentina v Uganda
- Day 5, Hong Kong v Papua New Guinea
- Day 5, Afghanistan v Cayman Islands
- Day 5, Argentina v Uganda
- Day 4, Hong Kong v Uganda
- Day 4, Afghanistan v PNG
- Day 4, Argentina v Cayman Islands
- Day 3, PNG v Uganda
- Day 3, Argentina v Afghanistan
- Day 2, Afghanistan v Hong Kong
- Day 2, Cayman Islands v Uganda
- Day 2, Argentina v PNG
- Day 1, Afghanistan v Uganda
- Day 1, Argentina v Hong Kong
- Day 1, PNG v Cayman Islands
- Pre tournament media session
- Argentina Cricket Association coaching session in the park