- 1st-2nd Place
Singapore beat Bahrain by 68 runs.
Scorecard Kallang, 5 September.
- 3rd-4th Place
Guernsey beat Malaysia by 2 runs.
Scorecard Singapore CC, 5 September.
- 5th-6th Place
Botswana beat Norway by 23 runs.
Scorecard Indian Association, 5 September.
P W T NR L Pts NRR Singapore 5 5 0 0 0 10 1.05 Bahrain 5 3 0 0 2 6 0.91 Malaysia 5 3 0 0 2 6 0.46 Guernsey 5 2 0 0 3 4 -0.33 Botswana 5 1 0 0 4 2 -0.25 Norway 5 1 0 0 4 2 -1.75
- Singapore beat Guernsey by 7 wickets.
Scorecard Singapore CC, 29 August.
- Bahrain beat Malaysia by 2 runs.
Scorecard Indian Association, 29 August.
- Norway beat Botswana by 19 runs.
Scorecard Kallang, 29 August.
- Malaysia beat Norway by 9 wickets.
Scorecard Singapore CC, 31 August.
- Bahrain beat Guernsey by 62 runs.
Scorecard Kallang, 31 August.
- Singapore beat Botswana by 55 runs.
Scorecard Indian Association, 31 August.
- Singapore beat Bahrain by 7 wickets (DL).
Scorecard Singapore CC, 1 September.
- Guernsey v Norway - match abandoned.
Scorecard Indian Association, 1 September.
- Botswana v Malaysia - match abandoned.
Scorecard Kallang, 1 September.
- Botswana beat Bahrain by 69 runs.
Scorecard Singapore CC, 2 September.
- Singapore beat Norway by 8 wickets.
Scorecard Kallang, 2 September.
- Malaysia beat Guernsey by 4 wickets.
Scorecard Indian Association, 2 September.
- Guernsey beat Norway by 47 runs.
Scorecard Indian Association, 3 September.
- Malaysia beat Botswana by 8 wickets.
Scorecard Kallang, 3 September.
- Singapore beat Malaysia by 4 wickets.
Scorecard Kallang, 4 September.
- Bahrain beat Norway by 233 runs.
Scorecard Indian Association, 4 September.
- Guernsey beat Botswana by 25 runs.
Scorecard Singapore CC, 4 September.
Reports & Articles
Singapore and Bahrain promoted to Division 5 ()
Guernsey's Jeremy Frith is named Player of the Tournament for the second second successive tournament.
Singapore beats Bahrain in Final ()
Coach Trevor Chappell says hard work has paid off for his team; Guernsey defeats Malaysia in third place playoff.
Bahrain secures promotion to Division 5 ()
Bahrain will join Singapore in Division 5 next year after it secured a 233-run victory over Norway.
Five out of five for Singapore ()
Singapore secured its fifth victory in the tournament by beating Malaysia by four wickets.
Guernsey stays in Division 6 ()
Guernsey ensured it stayed in WCL Division 6 by beating Botswana by 25 runs in a relegation battle match.
Malaysia wins by eight wickets at Kallang ()
A Rakesh Madhavan century secures a Malaysia victory over Botswana.
Guernsey secures first win of the tournament ()
GH Smit stars with both bat and ball.
Singapore is promoted to WCL Division 5 ()
Mendis and Reddy shine in home team's fourth successive victory.
Botswana scores its first win of the tournament ()
Botswana beat Bahrain comprehensively by 69 runs to claim its first victory of the tournament.
Malaysia defeats Guernsey in a nailbiting finish ()
Malaysia defeated Guernsey by 4 wickets in a match that went down to the final over.
Mendis inspires Singapore to third successive victory ()
Host nation beats Bahrain by seven wickets under the Duckworth-Lewis method in the only game to reach a result.
Malaysia cruise to nine-wicket win on day three ()
Malaysia made up for its first-day loss by securing a nine-wicket victory over Norway.
Two out of two for Singapore ()
Botswana failed to fire again after losing to Singapore by 55 runs.
Bahrain is victorious again ()
Bahrain secured its second win of the tournament after beating fellow Division 7 qualifiers Guernsey by 62 runs.
No play on second day in Singapore ()
Heavy rain forced all three matches to be abandoned on the second day.
Singapore romps home ()
Host beats Guernsey by seven wickets on day one.
Bahrain wins thriller against Malaysia ()
Division 7 champions Bahrain scraped home by just two runs in a thrilling climax.
Norway secures opening day victory ()
Norway defeated Botswana by 19 runs in the highest scoring match of the opening round of matches.
Bahrain win warm-up at Singapore Cricket Club ()
Bahrain defeated a Singapore Cricket Club XI convincingly in a warm-up match.
The next step to ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 begins on Saturday ()
The next step to the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 begins this Saturday in Singapore with six teams competing in the Pepsi ICC World Cricket League Division 6.
Guernsey and Malaysia look ahead ()
Guernsey coach Andy Cornford along with captain Stuart Le Prevost are quietly confident ahead of the tournament.
Guernsey warm up to humidity ()
Guernsey defeated a local Singapore club side by nine wickets in a 20-over warm-up fixture.
Guernsey flies out looking for promotion ()
Guernsey flies out to Singapore hopeful that it can challenge for a promotion place.
Singapore whitewashed by Air India ()
But some good individual performances stand Singapore in good stead for WCL6.
The next step to ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 begins ()
Six teams will be competing in the Pepsi ICC World Cricket League Division 6 in Singapore at the end of August.
Botswana prepare for WCL challenge ()
Botswana will prepare for the event by holding a five-day training camp in Sri Lanka.
Savident stars in Guernsey victory ()
Guernsey received a huge boost ahead of the Pepsi ICC World Cricket League Division 6 by defeating Jersey by 21 runs.
Guernsey prepare to face Jersey as part of Singapore preparations ()
Guernsey has chosen a strong squad ahead of their inter-insular match against Jersey.
Singapore step up preparations ()
Singapore faces an Air India side this week.
Malaysia defeats Singapore ahead of World Cricket League ()
Malaysia received a boost ahead of the tournament when it defeated Singapore to win the annual Stan Nagaiah Trophy.
Trevor Chappell to coach Singapore ()
The Singapore Cricket Association has announced that Trevor Chappell will be its coach for the tournament.
Bahrain coach believes national side needs younger players ()
Bahrain coach Mohsin Kamal says his side needs to develop a younger generation of players if it is to achieve long-term international success.
- Trophy Presentation and Awards Dinner
- Singapore v Bahrain, Final.
- Guernsey v Malaysia, 3rd-4th place play-off
- Botswana v Norway, 5th-6th place play off.
- Singapore v Malaysia
- Bahrain v Norway
- Guernsey v Botswana
- Norway v Guernsey
- Botswana v Malaysia
- Botswana v Bahrain
- Malaysia v Guernsey
- Norway v Singapore
- Bahrain v Singapore
- Botswana v Singapore
- Malaysia v Norway
- Bahrain v Guernsey
- Bahrain v Malaysia
- Botswana v Norway
- Guernsey v Singapore
- Welcome reception
- Simon Taufel umpiring at WCL 6 (ICC).
- Andrew Faichney: what the two teams that have qualified from Division 7 can expect (ICC).
- Andrew Faichney: what the teams have to look forward to in Singapore (ICC).
- Trevor Chappell on his new role as Singapore National Coach (ICC).
- Stuart Le Prevost on how Guernsey are raring to go ahead of WCL Div 6 (ICC).
- Stuart Le Prevost about other teams Guernsey have been keeping an eye on (ICC).
- Singapore's Chetan Suryawanshi is confident of beating Bahrain (ICC).
- Malaysian captain talks about carrying their winning momentum into all their matches (ICC).
- Guernsey coach Andy Cornford reflects on their loss to Bahrain (ICC).
- Malaysia captain Suhan Alagaratanam is excited to be in WCL Division 6 (ICC).
- Suhan Alagaratanam gives his thoughts on who is the toughest opposition (ICC).
- Bahrain's Yaser Sadeq looks ahead to the tournament (ICC).
- Bahrain's captain says Guernsey isn't their biggest worry in Singapore (ICC).
- Yaser Sadeq says humidity won't affect Bahrain (ICC).
- Yaser Sadeq talks about Bahrain coach Mohsin Kamal (ICC).
- Norway's Zaheer Ashiq is looking forward to the challenges of WCL Div 6 (ICC).
- Botswana captain Omar Ali on the two teams that he sees as threats (ICC).
- Omar Ali discusses the players to watch in the Botswana side (ICC).
- Omar Ali explains where Botswana's strengths lie (ICC).
- Chetan Suryawanshi explains how Singapore coach Trevor Chappell has made a difference (ICC).
- Guernsey captain Stuart Le Prevost on his side's prospects against Bahrain (ICC).
- Singapore captain Chetan Suryawanshi talks about his side's chances (ICC).