- 1st-2nd Place: Bahrain beat Guernsey by 3 wickets.
Scorecard KGV, 24 May.
- 3rd-4th Place: Nigeria beat Japan by 68 runs.
Scorecard Port Soif, 24 May.
- 5th-6th Place: Suriname beat Gibraltar by 8 runs.
Scorecard College Field, 24 May.
P W T NR L Pts NRR Bahrain 5 5 0 0 0 10 2.92 promoted Guernsey 5 4 0 0 1 8 1.26 promoted Japan 5 2 0 0 3 4 -0.50 Nigeria 5 2 0 0 3 4 -0.76 Gibraltar 5 1 0 0 4 2 -0.87 relegated Suriname 5 1 0 0 4 2 -2.17 relegated
- Bahrain v Gibraltar - match abandoned.
Scorecard King George V, 17 May.
- Guernsey v Japan - match abandoned.
Scorecard College Field, 17 May.
- Nigeria v Suriname - no play.
Port Soif, 17 May.
- Guernsey beat Gibraltar by 4 wickets.
Scorecard Port Soif, 18 May.
- Nigeria beat Japan by 2 wickets.
Scorecard King George V, 18 May.
- Bahrain beat Suriname by 161 runs.
Scorecard College Field, 18 May.
- Guernsey beat Japan by 7 wickets.
Scorecard College Field, 19 May.
- Bahrain beat Gibraltar by 137 runs.
Scorecard King George V, 19 May.
- Suriname beat Nigeria by 95 runs.
Scorecard Port Soif, 19 May.
- Japan beat Suriname by 8 wickets.
Scorecard Port Soif, 20 May.
- Nigeria beat Gibraltar by 88 runs.
Scorecard College Field, 20 May.
- Bahrain beat Guernsey by 25 runs.
Scorecard King George V, 20 May.
- Bahrain beat Japan by 196 runs.
Scorecard Port Soif, 21 May.
- Guernsey beat Nigeria by 8 wickets.
Scorecard College Field, 21 May.
- Gibraltar beat Suriname by 39 runs.
Scorecard King George V, 21 May.
- Guernsey beat Suriname by 263 runs.
Scorecard King George V, 23 May.
- Bahrain beat Nigeria by 176 runs.
Scorecard Port Soif, 23 May.
- Japan beat Gibraltar by 29 runs.
Scorecard College Field, 23 May.
Reports & Articles
Qamar Saeed inspires Bahrain to Division 7 title ()
Guernsey's Jeremy Frith named player of the tournament; Nigeria beats Japan to finish third; Suriname defeats Gibraltar in fifth-sixth place play-off.
Guernsey seals promotion after Frith's fabulous all-round display ()
Bahrain seals top spot in group stage with fifth consecutive victory while Gibraltar and Suriname are relegated to Division 8.
Bahrain seals promotion to Division 6 ()
Guernsey favourite for other place in Singapore after Frith's century helps defeat Nigeria. Gibraltar registers first victory.
Magnificent seven hands Japan its first win ()
Bahrain maintains unbeaten run after winning top-of-the-table clash, while Nigeria returns to winning ways.
Two players receive official reprimands ()
Rocca and Imran plead guilty to using offensive language during on-field exchange.
Technical Committee approves replacement player for Guernsey ()
David Hooper has replaced Justin Meades due to injury.
Expanded ICC WT20 2010 Qualifier and new WCL venues announced ()
Nepal and Italy will host the Division 5 and 4 tournaments in 2010.
Adil strikes as Bahrain maintains unbeaten record ()
A win, too, for Guernsey sets up top-of-the-table clash on Wednesday; Suriname records first victory after 167-run partnership for second wicket.
Hosts earn dramatic last-over victory over Gibraltar ()
Guernsey defeats Gibraltar while there are wins also for Bahrain and Nigeria.
Bahrain player joins squad ()
Bahrain's Shahzad Ahmed has arrived after receiving his UK visa and has now been included in their squad of 14.
Replacement players approved ()
The Technical Committee has approved replacement players for the Bahrain and Japan squads.
Start time moved back ()
The Technical Committee has approved changes to the match timings for Monday 18 May.
Rain forces all three games to be abandoned on opening day ()
Bad weather in Guernsey prevented any matches being completed on the opening day.
Guernsey face Japan in tournament opener ()
Bad weather may play a part in the opening round of matches, with sunshine and showers forecast.
The road to ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 begins on Sunday ()
Six teams take part in Pepsi ICC World Cricket League Division 7 in Guernsey.
Japan announces change in squad ()
Japan has announced a change in its squad for the Pepsi ICC World Cricket League Division 7.
Bahrain skipper targets promotion ()
Bahrain skipper Yaser Sadeq believes that his side should be regarded as one of the favourites to win the tournament.
Guernsey skipper excited about qualification challenge ()
Stuart Le Prevost cannot wait for his country to host the Pepsi ICC World Cricket League Division 7.
Laidler hopeful of top two finish ()
Japan coach Richard Laidler is hopeful that his side can gain promotion at the tournament.
Long road to ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 begins ()
Fixtures released for six-team Pepsi ICC World Cricket League Division 7.
- Final, Bahrain v Guernsey
- Trophy presentations and celebrations
- Japan v Nigeria, 3-4 play off
- Gibraltar v Suriname, 5-6 play off
- Gibraltar v Japan
- Guernsey v Suriname
- Bahrain v Nigeria
- Nigeria v Guernsey
- Suriname v Gibraltar
- Japan v Bahrain
- Guernsey v Bahrain
- Gibraltar v Nigeria
- Japan v Suriname
- Nigeria v Suriname
- Bahrain v Gibraltar
- Japan v Nigeria
- Bahrain v Suriname
- Gibraltar v Guernsey
- Guernsey v Japan
- Opening Reception