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Results
                            P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
Scotland                    9    8    0    0    1   16     0.93
Nepal                       9    7    0    0    2   14     0.92
Ireland                     9    6    0    0    3   12     0.61
Afghanistan                 9    5    0    0    4   10     0.69
Papua New Guinea            9    5    0    0    4   10     0.30
Namibia                     9    4    0    0    5    8     0.49
USA                         9    4    0    0    5    8    -0.12
Canada                      9    4    0    0    5    8    -0.36
Kenya                       9    2    0    0    7    4    -0.84
Vanuatu                     9    0    0    0    9    0    -2.93
  • Papua New Guinea (2) beat Ireland (0) by 5 wickets.
    Eglinton, 9 August.
    Ireland 155 (46.4 overs, N Vanua 4-27)
    Papua New Guinea 157-5 (29.1 overs, S Bau 41)
  • Nepal (2) beat USA (0) by 99 runs.
    Limavady, 9 August.
    Nepal 264-9 (50.0 overs, N Budhaayer 76, P Airee 57, K Karki 45, H Shahid 3-32, S Ahmad 3-44)
    USA 165 (44.1 overs, S Taylor 52, S Ahmad 38, S Vishwakarama 4-24)
  • Afghanistan (2) beat Canada (0) by 8 wickets.
    Strabane, 9 August.
    Canada 71 (32.2 overs)
    Afghanistan 75-2 (15.0 overs)
  • Namibia (2) beat Kenya (0) by 109 runs.
    Drummond, 9 August.
    Namibia 314-5 (50.0 overs, S Baard 89, G Erasmus 51, G Lotter 35*)
    Kenya 205-8 (50.0 overs, J Ochieng 55, J Baard 3-40)
  • Scotland (2) beat Vanuatu (0) by 130 runs.
    Coleraine, 9 August.
    Scotland 222-8 (50.0 overs, R McLean 69, A Bailwal 40)
    Vanuatu 92 (38.5 overs, K Smith 5-17)
  • Ireland (2) beat Namibia (0) by 6 wickets.
    Coleraine, 8 August.
    Namibia 245-9 (50.0 overs, P Myburgh 66, G Lotter 57, G Dockrell 3-35)
    Ireland 284-4 (47.0 overs, G Dockrell 82*, J van de Merwe 72, S Getkate 61*)
  • Afghanistan (2) beat Vanuatu (0) by 9 wickets.
    Bready, 7 August.
    Vanuatu 111 (26.2 overs, Sayed Shirzad 5-38)
    Afghanistan 116-1 (16.2 overs, Javed Ahmadi 68*)
  • Ireland v Namibia - match abandoned.
    Strabane, 7 August.
    Namibia 34-1 (8.1 overs)
  • Nepal (2) beat Papua New Guinea (0) by 29 runs.
    Coleraine, 7 August.
    Nepal 277-7 (50.0 overs, RP Magar 91, Sagar Pun 67, P Airee 59)
    Papua New Guinea 248 (49.3 overs, C Kent 80, V Oala 64, A Karn 5-36)
  • Scotland (2) beat Kenya (0) by 15 runs.
    Eglinton, 7 August.
    Scotland 188 (47.4 overs, S Page 48, M Cross 36, A Anglia 3-32)
    Kenya 173-8 (50.0 overs, R Patel 50, D Allan 43)
  • Canada (2) beat USA (0) by 5 wickets.
    Bready, 7 August.
    USA 101 (40.3 overs, M Aulakh 6-32)
    Canada 102-5 (33.2 overs, R Pathan 42)
  • Papua New Guinea (2) beat Canada (0) by 4 wickets.
    Eglinton, 6 August.
    Canada 261-9 (50.0 overs, N Kumar 150, A Shah 39)
    Papua New Guinea 263-6 (49.4 overs, C Kent 166*)
  • Scotland (2) beat Namibia (0) by 40 runs.
    Bready, 6 August.
    Scotland 180-9 (43.0 overs, R McLean 35, S Baard 4-28, W van Vuuren 3-22)
    Namibia 140 (39.5 overs, P Myburgh 43, R McLean 3-12)
  • Nepal (2) beat Ireland (0) by 10 runs.
    Bready, 6 August.
    Nepal 187-7 (46.0 overs, S Pun 50, R Vishwakarma 38*, K Karki 35, G Dockrell 3-15)
    Ireland 175 (46.0 overs, G Dockrell 55, A Coughlan 48, R Vishwakarma 4-28)
    DL Method: par score 185 in 46 overs.
  • Afghanistan (2) beat Kenya (0) by 9 wickets.
    Eglinton, 6 August.
    Kenya 154-5 (24.0 overs, R Vishram 59)
    Afghanistan 155-1 (18.4 overs, Javed Ahmadi 86*, Hashmatullah Shaidi 63)
  • USA (2) beat Vanuatu (0) by 42 runs.
    Drummond, 6 August.
    Vanuatu 128-8 (32.0 overs)
    USA 118-2 (22.0 overs)
    DL Method: par score 76 in 22 overs.
  • USA (2) beat Kenya (0) by 130 runs.
    Bready, 5 August.
    USA 238-9 (50.0 overs, G Sewdial 68, A Joshi 41, E Ringera 4-50)
    Kenya 108 (34.1 overs, D Allan 46, S Ahmad 3-14)
  • Papua New Guinea (2) beat Vanuatu (0) by 118 runs.
    Bready, 5 August.
    Papua New Guinea 245-7 (50.0 overs, L Siaka 49, C Kent 46, D Bau 45)
    Vanuatu 127 (42.2 overs, N Vanua 3-15)
  • Scotland (2) beat Afghanistan (0) by 33 runs.
    Strabane, 5 August.
    Scotland 218 (50.0 overs, F Coleman 63, P Ross 55, Sayed Shirzad 4-33, Mohammad Ahmadzai 3-49)
    Afghanistan 185 (47.5 overs, Afsar Zazai 84, Najibullah Zadran 37, A Bailwal 4-34)
  • Ireland (2) beat Canada (0) by 5 wickets.
    Limavady, 5 August.
    Canada 37 (25.0 overs, G McCarter 5-8, S Getkate 4-21)
    Ireland 40-5 (13.0 overs, M Aulakh 3-26)
  • Nepal (2) beat Namibia (0) by 8 runs.
    Drummond, 5 August.
    Nepal 217 (49.5 overs, N Budayair 51, S Pun 39, C Coombe 6-41)
    Namibia 209-9 (50.0 overs, M Erasmus 63, S Groenewald 44, K Karki 3-27)
  • Afghanistan (2) beat Namibia (0) by 1 wicket.
    Limavady, 3 August.
    Namibia 208-9 (50.0 overs, M Erasmus 52, W van Vuuren 43, Javed Ahmadi 4-35)
    Afghanistan 211-9 (50.0 overs, Nasir Jamal 68*)
  • Papua New Guinea (2) beat Kenya (0) by 66 runs.
    Strabane, 3 August.
    Papua New Guinea 204-9 (50.0 overs, T Tom 82*, M Ndandason 3-29, H Angila 3-44)
    Kenya 138 (36.3 overs, N Vanua 3-20, C Kent 3-24)
  • Canada (2) beat Nepal (0) by 3 wickets.
    Bready, 3 August.
    Nepal 106 (43.5 overs, K Juvarajan 3-16, T Manoosingh 3-17)
    Canada 107-7 (48.1 overs, K Edghill 52*)
  • Ireland (2) beat Vanuatu (0) by 165 runs.
    Coleraine, 3 August.
    Ireland 313-9 (50.0 overs, A McBrine 107*, G Dockrell 69, J van der Merwe 37)
    Vanuatu 148-9 (50.0 overs, N Nipiko 62)
  • Scotland (2) beat USA (0) by 8 wickets.
    Eglinton, 3 August.
    USA 124 (35.3 overs, K Smith 4-21, R McLean 3-9)
    Scotland 125-2 (28.2 overs, F Coleman 60*, P Ross 40)
  • Nepal (2) beat Vanuatu (0) by 159 runs.
    YMCA, 1 August.
    Nepal 250 (49.3 overs, S Pun 50, N Budayair 50, S Sala 3-49)
    Vanuatu 91 (30.5 overs, N Nipiko 36*, R Vishwakarma 4-26, K Karki 3-23)
  • Ireland (2) beat Kenya (0) by 2 wickets.
    Rathmines, 1 August.
    Kenya 222-6 (50.0 overs, D Allan 123, G McCarter 3-33)
    Ireland 226-8 (49.3 overs, S Getkate 63, G McCarter 51)
  • Namibia (2) beat Canada (0) by 3 wickets.
    North County, 1 August.
    Canada 236-8 (50.0 overs, N Dutta 116*, S Baard 5-51)
    Namibia 241-7 (48.5 overs, Z Groenewald 68 ret hurt, M Erasmus 61)
  • USA (2) beat Afghanistan (0) by 3 wickets.
    Milverton, 1 August.
    Afghanistan 183 (41.2 overs, Najibullah Zadran 70, Nasir Ahmadzai 47, M Patel 6-35)
    USA 183-7 (45.0 overs, S Taylor 49, C Mirza 37, Jawed Ahmadi 3-36)
    DL Method: par score 182 in 46 overs.
  • Scotland (2) beat Papua New Guinea (0) by 2 wickets.
    Oak Hill, 1 August.
    Papua New Guinea 155 (32.5 overs, C Kent 35, P Legget 3-16)
    Scotland 157-8 (32.1 overs, H Edwards 62*, R Haoda 4-18, N Vanua 3-29)
  • Nepal (2) beat Kenya (0) by 6 wickets.
    Railway Union, 31 July.
    Kenya 107 (48.5 overs, I Karim 40, K Karki 3-27, A Karn 3-27)
    Nepal 108-4 (19.2 overs, D Allan 4-38)
  • Canada (2) beat Vanuatu (0) by 9 wickets.
    Merrion, 31 July.
    Vanuatu 145 (45.5 overs, N Nipiko 48, M Aulakh 3-11, K Juvarajan 3-47)
    Canada 146-1 (25.3 overs, N Kumar 61*)
  • Afghanistan (2) beat Papua New Guinea (0) by 6 wickets.
    Merrion, 31 July.
    Afghanistan 232-4 (42.2 overs, Javed Ahmad 81, Nasir Ahmadzai 44*, Najibullah Zadran 41)
    Papua New Guinea 228 (44.5 overs, C Amini 52, C Kent 46, R Maha 43, Sayed Shirzad 5-31, Javed Ahmadi 3-10)
  • Scotland (2) beat Ireland (0) by 2 wickets.
    Milverton, 31 July.
    Ireland 237-6 (50.0 overs, J van der Merwe 96, A McBrine 53, A Coughlan 36*, P Sadler 3-41)
    Scotland 206-8 (39.5 overs, P Ross 60*, G Dockrell 3-29)
    DL Method: par score 205 in 40 overs.
  • USA (2) beat Namibia (0) by 46 runs.
    North County, 31 July.
    USA 312-6 (50.0 overs, S Tsylor 102, P Suri 55*, A Persaud 40, J Baard 3-28)
    Namibia 266 (46.4 overs, G Lotter 67, G Erasmus 55, W van Vuuren 43, S Ahmad 4-60)
  • Kenya (2) beat Canada (0) by 15 runs.
    Milverton, 29 July.
    Kenya 215-7 (50.0 overs, D Allan 103, J Ochieng 73, N Kumar 3-26, M Aulakh 3-31)
    Canada 200 (49.1 overs, N Dutta 55, A Shah 51, E Ringera 4-44)
  • Namibia (2) beat Vanuatu (0) by 6 wickets.
    YMCA, 29 July.
    Vanuatu 125 (46.5 overs, N Nipiko 37*, P Matautaava 35, C Coombe 3-20, W van Vuuren 3-27)
    Namibia 131-4 (25.4 overs, W van Vuuren 40, J Baard 37, J Samuel 3-46)
  • Papua New Guinea (2) beat USA (0) by 6 runs.
    Rathmines, 29 July.
    Papua New Guinea 262-6 (43.0 overs, L Siaka 73, CKent 60, C Amini 44, M Patel 4-56)
    USA 256 (42.2 overs, S Taylor 140, R Haoda 3-31)
  • Scotland (2) beat Nepal (0) by 57 runs.
    Merrion, 29 July.
    Scotland 214 (49.0 overs, F Coleman 81, A Bailwal 39, B Karki 5-41)
    Nepal 157 (45.3 overs, P Baskota 67, P Sadler 4-33)
  • Ireland (2) beat Afghanistan (0) by 4 runs.
    North County, 29 July.
    Ireland 212 (50.0 overs, A McBrine 50, B McCarthy 47, Mohammad Ahmadzai 3-56)
    Afghanistan 208 (50.0 overs, Hashmatullah Shaid 46, Rahmatullah Sahaq 46, Nasir Ahmadzai 42)
  • Nepal (2) beat Afghanistan (0) by 42 runs.
    Rathmines, Dublin, 28 July.
    Nepal 154 (44.5 overs, S Khakurel 54)
    Afghanistan 112 (38.5 overs, R Vishwakarma 4-23, P Baskota 3-21)
  • Ireland (2) beat USA (0) by 1 wicket.
    Clontarf, 28 July.
    USA 177-9 (50.0 overs, J Singh 36, B McCarthy 3-32)
    Ireland 180-9 (49.5 overs, A Coughlan 49, G McCarter 35, S Ahmad 3-29, J Singh 3-33)
  • Namibia (2) beat Papua New Guinea (0) by 89 runs.
    Milverton, 28 July.
    Namibia 232 (49.0 overs, J Baard 49, S Baard 44, Z Groenewald 44, c Amini 3-38)
    Papua New Guinea 143 (40.3 overs, T Tom 41*, Z Groenewald 3-16, C Coombe 3-26)
  • Canada (2) beat Scotland (0) by 6 runs.
    Balrothery, 28 July.
    Canada 212-3 (35.0 overs, N Kumar 100*, R Pathan 46*, K Edghill 36)
    Scotland 206 (34.4 overs, A Bailwal 63, P Ross 44, F Coleman 35, J Singh 4-48)
  • Kenya (2) beat Vanuatu (0) by 133 runs.
    Merrion, 28 July.
    Kenya 235-4 (38.0 overs, K Ochieng 85*, I Karim 54, D Allan 47)
    Vanuatu 102 (32.3 overs, R Vishram 4-9)
Scorecard Papua New Guinea v Ireland, 9 August.
Scorecard Afghanistan v Canada, 9 August.
Scorecard Namibia v Kenya, 9 August.
Scorecard Nepal v USA, 9 August.
Scorecard Scotland v Vanuatu, 9 August.
Scorecard Ireland v Namibia, 8 August.
Scorecard Ireland v Namibia, 7 August.
Scorecard Nepal v Papua New Guinea, 7 August.
Scorecard Afghanistan v Vanuatu, 7 August.
Scorecard Canada v USA, 7 August.
Scorecard Kenya v Scotland, 7 August.
Scorecard Nepal v Ireland, 6 August.
Scorecard Afghanistan v Kenya, 6 August.
Scorecard Papua New Guinea v Canada, 6 August.
Scorecard Scotland v Namibia, 6 August.
Scorecard USA v Vanuatu, 6 August.
Scorecard Ireland v Canada, 5 August.
Scorecard Afghanistan v Scotland, 5 August.
Scorecard Papua New Guinea v Vanuatu, 5 August.
Scorecard USA v Kenya, 5 August.
Scorecard Nepal v Namibia, 5 August.
Scorecard Scotland v USA, 3 August.
Scorecard Ireland v Vanuatu, 3 August.
Scorecard Canada v Nepal, 3 August.
Scorecard Kenya v Papua New Guinea, 3 August.
Scorecard Afghanistan v Namibia, 3 August.
Scorecard Ireland v Kenya, 1 August.
Scorecard Nepal v Vanuatu, 1 August.
Scorecard Canada v Namibia, 1 August.
Scorecard Afghanistan v USA, 1 August.
Scorecard Papua New Guinea v Scotland, 1 August.
Scorecard Nepal v Kenya, 31 July.
Scorecard Afghanistan v Papua New Guinea, 31 July.
Scorecard Canada v Vanuatu, 31 July.
Scorecard USA v Namibia, 31 July.
Scorecard Ireland v Scotland, 31 July.
Scorecard Namibia v Vanuatu, 29 July.
Scorecard Scotland v Nepal, 29 July.
Scorecard Ireland v Afghanistan, 29 July.
Scorecard Kenya v Canada, 29 July.
Scorecard Papua New Guinea v USA, 29 July.
Scorecard Afghanistan v Nepal, 28 July.
Scorecard Ireland v USA, 28 July.
Scorecard Canada v Scotland, 28 July.
Scorecard Namibia v Papua New Guinea, 28 July.
Scorecard Kenya v Vanuatu, 28 July.
Reports
Groups announced for World Cup 2012
Scotland are drawn along with Pakistan, New Zealand and Afghanistan while Ireland will face Australia, England and Nepal.
Papua New Guinea outclass disappointing Ireland
When a team loses after they have already qualified for a major tournament, the defeat is often put down to complacency. But Papua New Guinea beat Ireland because they were the better team.
Wright delight as Scotland claim trophy
Spin king Kyle Smith claimed five wickets as Scotland clinched the U19 World Cup qualifying title in style yesterday.
Queensland confirmed as World Cup venue
Cricket Australia has announced that Queensland will host the 2012 Under 19 World Cup.
Tame USA lose out on the final day
The USA failed to qualify for the World Cup after they were totally outplayed by Nepal in their final match.
Scotland take the title in style
Scotland made it eight wins in a row as they clinched the title with a convincing win over Vanuatu.
Afghanistan and Namibia seal their places
Convincing wins over Canada and Kenya respectively saw Afghanistan and Namibia grab two of the remaining qualifiying places on the final day.
PNG defeat Ireland to clinch finals place
Ireland's Under 19 cricketers ended the World Cup Qualifying tournament in 3rd place after losing to Papua New Guinea in Eglinton.
Dockrell stars as Ireland seal qualification
Teenage spin sensation George Dockrell leads Ireland into the Under 19 World Cup with a classy all-round performance.
Ireland make sure of their qualification
Ireland became the third country to qualify for the Under 19 World Cup with a six wickets victory over Namibia.
Ireland lose to Nepal but remain in second place
Ireland suffered their second defeat of the competition as they crumbled in the final overs against Nepal.
Scotland and Nepal clinch places in Australia
Scotland on verge of title win - Nepal book berth to Australia.
Scotland book trip Down Under
Scotland sealed their qualification for the 2012 Youth World Cup in Australia with a 40-run victory over Namibia on Saturday.
All to play for as tournament enters final phase
Afghanistan, Nepal, Papua New Guinea, Scotland and USA registered wins in the seventh round of matches.
Nepal defeat Ireland by 10 runs in yet another thriller
IRELAND's fifth last-over finish of the Under-19 World Cup produced their second defeat at Bready as Nepal battled to victory 10 runs.
More thrills and spills as Nepal edge out Namibia
Hosts Ireland, Nepal, PNG, Scotland and USA registered wins on the sixth day of the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup Qualifier in Derry.
McCarter and Getkate blow Canada away
IRELAND blew away Canada for 37 in Limavady yesterday, virtually guaranteeing the Under 19s a place at the World Cup in Australia next summer.
Scotland beat Afghanistan to all but seal qualification
Scotland's Under-19's all but guaranteed themselves a place at next year's Youth World Cup in Australia when closing out a 33-run victory over Afghanistan at Strabane Park on Friday.
Smith and McLean take Scotland to brink of qualification
Spin twins Kyle Smith and Ross McLean last night bowled Scotland to the brink of qualification for the Under 19 World Cup.
Afghanistan win thriller against Namibia
Hosts Ireland, Afghanistan, Canada, Scotland and PNG registered wins in the fifth round of matches.
Ireland well placed for World Cup slot
ANOTHER last over finish for Ireland Under 19s but this time it was only because they could not bowl out Vanuatu at Coleraine.
McBrine century helps Ireland record comprehensive victory
Andy McBrine scored an unbeaten 107 as Ireland racked up the highest total of the tournament against Vanuatu.
Three players reprimanded for breaching ICC Code of Conduct
2 Namibians and an American have been reprimanded and warned for breaches of the ICC Code of Conduct.
Patel spurs USA to victory over Afghanistan
Hosts Ireland, Namibia, Nepal, Scotland and USA registered wins on the fourth day of the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup Qualifier in Dublin, Ireland.
Another close call for Ireland
Anyone looking for an exciting cricket match should follow Ireland as the World Cup qualifying roadshow moves to the North West.
Ross the hero as Scotland defeat Ireland
Another Ireland Under 19 World Cup qualifier and another last over finish but this time the hosts came out on the losing side.
Getkate and McCarter star as Irish scrape through against Kenya
Yet another last gasp win as Ireland beat Kenya by two wickets despite century from Duncan Allan.
Scotland edge out Ireland in tense affair
Ireland's Under 19 cricketers slipped to their first defeat in the World Cup qualifiers yesterday. Old rivals Scotland won a tense affair by four wickets with a ball to spare at The Hills.
Taylor hundred highlight of day three
Afghanistan, Canada, Nepal, Scotland and USA registered wins on the third day of the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup Qualifier in Dublin.
Tournament favourites Afghanistan beaten again
This time the victims were pre-tournament favourites Afghanistan, leaving George Dockrell's team sharing top spot in the U19 World Cup qualifier table.
Hall the hero yet again
Josh Hall was denied an NCU cup winners medal but he enjoyed a wonderful consolation when he took the last Afghanistan wicket.
Wins for Namibia and Papua New Guinea
Wian van Vuuren helps Namibia win, while PNG edge out USA in thrilling encounter despite brilliant hundred from Taylor.
Coleman gets Scotland back on track
Freddie Coleman and Paddy Sadler inspire Scotland to victory against Nepal.
Allan hundred helps Kenya defeat Canada
Century from Duncan Allan leads Kenya to narrow 15 run win.
Ireland hold nerve to beat Afghanistan
Ireland managed to hold the nerves against the much vaunted Afghanistan side at the North County Cricket Club.
Ireland given scare by USA
Ireland were taken to the penultimate ball of the match by the USA before winning by the minimum margin.
Comprehensive opening wins for Kenya and Namibia
The two African sides had considerable margins to spare as they defeated Vanuatu and Papua New Guinea.
Nepal prove too good for Afghanistan
Khakurel and Vishvakarma feature strongly as Nepal win by 42 runs.
Canada edge out Scotland in thrilling climax
In a contest reduced to 35 overs a side, Canada defeated Scotland by just 6 runs.
Captains talk about the tournament
All ten captains speak before the opening matches of the fortnight's action in Ireland.
Bray looking for improvement as Ireland defeat USA
Room for improvement as Ireland edge out USA.
Coughlan stars as nervy Ireland defeat USA in last over thriller
IT TOOK a battling innings of 49 by Adam Coughlan to get the Irish Under 19 cricketers over the line at Clontarf against USA.
Getkate back to lift Irish bid
For the all-rounder to be bowling at all is an extraordinary achievement barely a month after he collapsed on the field while playing for Warwickshire Under 19s.
Dockrell leads Ireland into battle
Ireland open their World Cup qualifying campaign against the USA at Clontarf.
USA Under 19's defeat NW champions in WCQ warm up
USA's under-19's record a convincing over a North West champions Strabane select XI.
Bray confident of strong showing at U19 WCQ
Ireland plays host to the Under 19 World Cup qualifiers for associate nations hoping for a place at the 2012 event in Australia.
ICC announces the squads
The ICC has released the 14-man squads which will represent each of the ten countries in the World Cup Qualifier in Ireland.
Under 19 fixtures are announced
The tournament will be played on 14 grounds in Dublin and the North-West region of Ireland.
Best Performances
Highest Scores
# Name Date Opposition Ground Runs
1 C Kent PNG 06 August Canada Eglinton 166*
2 N Kumar Canada 06 August Papua New Guinea Eglinton 150
3 S Taylor USA 29 July Papua New Guinea Rathmines 140
4 D Allan Kenya 01 August Ireland Rathmines 123
5 N Dhutta Canada 01 August Namibia North County 116*
6 A McBrine Ireland 03 August Vanuatu Coleraine 107*
7 D Allan Kenya 29 July Canada The Hills 103
8 S Taylor USA 31 July Namibia North County 102
9 N Kumar Canada 28 July Scotland North County 100*
10 J van der Merwe Ireland 31 July Scotland The Hills 96
11 R Pulami Magar Nepal 07 August Papua New Guinea Coleraine 91
12 S Baard Namibia 09 August Kenya Drummond 89
13 Jawed Ahmadi Afghani 06 August Kenya Limavady 86*
14 K Ochieng Kenya 28 July Vanuatu Merrion 85*
15 Afsar Zazai Afghani 05 August Scotland Strabane 84
16 T Tom PNG 03 August Kenya Strabane 82*
17 G Dockrell Ireland 08 August Namibia Coleraine 82*
18 F Coleman Scotlan 29 July Nepal Merrion 81
19 Jawed Ahmadi Afghani 31 July Papua New Guinea Rathmines 81
20 C Kent PNG 07 August Nepal Coleraine 80

Top Run Aggregates
# Name Mts Inn NO Ct St 50s 100s HS Avg Runs
1 C Kent PNG 9 9 1 4 - 2 1 166* 59.25 474
2 D Allan Kenya 9 9 - 5 - - 2 123 50.56 455
3 S Taylor USA 9 9 1 10 5 1 2 140 56.88 455
4 N Kumar Canada 9 9 1 4 - 1 2 150 46.25 370
5 F Coleman Scotlan 9 9 1 4 - 3 - 81 42.38 339
6 Jawed Ahmadi Afghani 9 9 3 4 - 3 - 86* 52.17 313
7 G Erasmus Namibia 10 9 - 11 - 5 - 63 34.33 309
8 J van der Merwe Ireland 10 9 - 5 - 2 - 96 32.44 292
9 G Dockrell Ireland 10 9 1 2 - 3 - 82* 35.62 285
10 Hashmatullah Shaid Afghani 9 9 3 2 - 1 - 63* 44.83 269
11 A McBrine Ireland 10 9 1 - - 2 1 107* 33.00 264
12 N Nipiko Vanuatu 9 9 3 2 - 1 - 62 43.50 261
13 W van Vuuren Namibia 10 10 1 4 - - - 43 27.33 246
14 P Ross Scotlan 9 9 2 6 - 2 - 60* 33.86 237
15 G Lotter Namibia 10 9 2 6 - 2 - 67 33.57 235
16 N Budhaayer Nepal 9 9 - 2 - 3 - 76 25.78 232
17 S Pun Nepal 9 9 - 1 - 3 - 67 25.11 226
18 S Baard Namibia 10 9 - 5 - 1 - 89 25.00 225
19 Nasir Ahmadzai Afghani 6 5 2 1 - 1 - 64* 72.33 217
20 P Airee Nepal 9 9 1 4 3 2 - 59 26.75 214

Top Strike Rates (minimum 5 Innings)
# Name Mts Inn NO Runs Balls S/Rate
1 S Groenewald Namibia 10 6 2 111 90 123.33
2 Jawed Ahmadi Afghani 9 9 3 313 256 122.27
3 R Pathan Canada 9 8 1 135 112 120.54
4 S Getkate Ireland 8 7 2 186 181 102.76
5 N Kumar Canada 9 9 1 370 365 101.37
6 B McCarthy Ireland 10 6 2 122 126 96.83
7 J Baard Namibia 10 10 1 206 214 96.26
8 S Taylor USA 9 9 1 455 479 94.99
9 T Tom PNG 9 8 4 201 216 93.06
10 K Smith Scotlan 8 7 4 47 53 88.68
11 Najibullah Zadran Afghani 9 6 - 185 209 88.52
12 C Kent PNG 9 9 1 474 541 87.62
13 Nasir Ahmadzai Afghani 6 5 2 217 249 87.15
14 S McElnea Scotlan 8 8 - 47 54 87.04
15 R Vishram Kenya 9 9 - 128 148 86.49
16 K Karki Nepal 9 8 - 118 137 86.13
17 L Siaka PNG 9 9 - 189 222 85.14
18 G Lotter Namibia 10 9 2 235 277 84.84
19 A Bailwal Scotlan 9 8 - 198 234 84.62
20 H Edwards Scotlan 9 8 1 112 133 84.21

Top Wicket Takers
# Name Mts Overs Maids Runs Wd NB 5I 10M BBowl Econ Avg Wkts
1 M Aulakh Canada 9 73.1 12 276 31 2 1 - 6-32 3.77 13.14 21
2 R Vishwakarma Nepal 9 80.4 12 282 18 - - - 4-23 3.50 13.43 21
3 Sayed Shirzad Afghani 8 52.5 3 227 12 - 2 - 5-31 4.30 11.95 19
4 N Vanua PNG 8 52.5 5 257 26 2 - - 4-27 4.86 13.53 19
5 S Baard Namibia 10 72.5 3 322 27 3 1 - 5-49 4.42 17.89 18
6 G Dockrell Ireland 10 80.0 14 217 8 - - - 3-15 2.71 12.76 17
7 M Patel USA 9 49.1 2 297 27 2 1 - 6-35 6.04 18.56 16
8 R Haoda PNG 9 77.0 6 351 18 4 - - 4-18 4.56 21.94 16
9 Mohammad Ahmadzai Afghani 9 72.0 5 341 34 9 - - 3-49 4.74 22.73 15
10 A Karn Nepal 9 58.3 3 223 24 4 1 - 5-36 3.81 14.87 15
11 C Coombe Namibia 10 75.5 7 348 10 - 1 - 6-41 4.59 23.20 15
12 A Bailwal Scotlan 9 55.1 3 274 9 1 - - 4-34 4.97 18.27 15
13 Jawed Ahmadi Afghani 9 57.2 9 204 3 2 - - 4-35 3.56 14.57 14
14 D Allan Kenya 9 68.4 9 300 19 - - - 4-38 4.37 21.43 14
15 K Karki Nepal 9 63.0 8 218 12 3 - - 3-23 3.46 15.57 14
16 G McCarter Ireland 9 60.5 8 235 19 1 1 - 5-8 3.86 16.79 14
17 P Sadler Scotlan 9 71.0 9 292 26 - - - 4-33 4.11 20.86 14
18 S Ahmad USA 9 70.0 8 299 25 4 - - 4-60 4.27 21.36 14
19 J Sidhu Canada 8 61.0 11 229 13 1 - - 4-48 3.75 17.62 13
20 B Karki Nepal 9 75.0 19 204 13 - 1 - 5-41 2.72 15.69 13

Best Bowling in an Innings
# Name Date Opposition Ground Figures
1 M Aulakh Canada 07 August USA Bready 2 6-32
2 M Patel USA 01 August Afghanistan The Hills 6-35
3 C Coombe Namibia 05 August Nepal Drummond 6-41
4 G McCarter Ireland 05 August Canada Limavady 5-8
5 K Smith Scotlan 09 August Vanuatu Coleraine 5-17
6 Sayed Shirzad Afghani 31 July Papua New Guinea Rathmines 5-31
7 A Karn Nepal 07 August Papua New Guinea Coleraine 5-36
8 Sayed Shirzad Afghani 07 August Vanuatu Bready 1 5-38
9 B Karki Nepal 29 July Scotland Merrion 5-41
10 S Baard Namibia 01 August Canada North County 5-49
11 R Vishram Kenya 28 July Vanuatu Merrion 4-9
12 R Haoda PNG 01 August Scotland Oakhill 4-18
13 K Smith Scotlan 03 August USA Eglinton 4-21
14 S Getkate Ireland 05 August Canada Limavady 4-21
15 R Vishwakarma Nepal 28 July Afghanistan Rathmines 4-23
16 R Vishwakarma Nepal 09 August USA Limavady 4-24
17 R Vishwakarma Nepal 01 August Vanuatu Cabra 4-26
18 N Vanua PNG 09 August Ireland Eglinton 4-27
19 R Vishwakarma Nepal 06 August Ireland Bready 1 4-28
20 S Baard Namibia 06 August Scotland Bready 2 4-28

Top Economy Rates (miimum 10 wickets)
# Name Mts Overs Maids Runs Wkt's BBowl Econ
1 R McLean Scotlan 9 39.0 4 91 11 3-9 2.33
2 G Dockrell Ireland 10 80.0 14 217 17 3-15 2.71
3 B Karki Nepal 9 75.0 19 204 13 5-41 2.72
4 K Karki Nepal 9 63.0 8 218 14 3-23 3.46
5 R Vishwakarma Nepal 9 80.4 12 282 21 4-23 3.50
6 H Shahid USA 8 49.2 7 174 13 3-32 3.53
7 Jawed Ahmadi Afghani 9 57.2 9 204 14 4-35 3.56
8 S Getkate Ireland 8 38.1 4 139 10 4-21 3.64
9 K Smith Scotlan 8 62.2 6 228 13 5-17 3.66
10 J Sidhu Canada 8 61.0 11 229 13 4-48 3.75
11 M Aulakh Canada 9 73.1 12 276 21 6-32 3.77
12 A Karn Nepal 9 58.3 3 223 15 5-36 3.81
13 G McCarter Ireland 9 60.5 8 235 14 5-8 3.86
14 P Sadler Scotlan 9 71.0 9 292 14 4-33 4.11
15 T Tom PNG 9 67.0 8 282 10 2-32 4.21
16 S Ahmad USA 9 70.0 8 299 14 4-60 4.27
17 Sayed Shirzad Afghani 8 52.5 3 227 19 5-31 4.30
18 D Allan Kenya 9 68.4 9 300 14 4-38 4.37
19 S Baard Namibia 10 72.5 3 322 18 5-49 4.42
20 R Haoda PNG 9 77.0 6 351 16 4-18 4.56

Highest Partnerships
# Name Name Wk Date Opposition Ground Runs
1 G Dockrell A McBrine 3 Ireland 03 August Vanuatu Coleraine 137
2 D Allan J Ochieng 5 Kenya 29 July Canada The Hills 136
3 C Amini L Siaka 1 PNG 29 July USA Rathmines 135
4 S Baard G Erasmus 4 Namibia 09 August Kenya Drummond 135
5 Jawed Ahmadi Hashmatullah Shaid 2 Afghani 06 August Kenya Limavady 128*
6 C Mirza S Taylor 1 USA 31 July Namibia North County 122
7 A McBrine J van der Merwe 4 Ireland 31 July Scotland The Hills 119
8 G Dockrell S Getkate 5 Ireland 08 August Namibia Coleraine 117*
9 N Budhaayer P Airee 5 Nepal 09 August USA Limavady 113
10 F Coleman P Ross 3 Scotlan 03 August USA Eglinton 112*
11 P Airee R Pulami Magar 5 Nepal 07 August Papua New Guinea Coleraine 112
12 A Shah N Kumar 2 Canada 06 August Papua New Guinea Eglinton 109
13 A Coughlan G Dockrell 5 Ireland 06 August Nepal Bready 1 107
14 A Joshi G Sewdial 3 USA 05 August Kenya Bready 1 106
15 I Karim K Ochieng 3 Kenya 28 July Vanuatu Merrion 99
16 J van der Merwe G Dockrell 4 Ireland 08 August Namibia Coleraine 99
17 A Shah N Dhutta 2 Canada 29 July Kenya The Hills 98
18 G Erasmus Z Groenewald 6 Namibia 01 August Canada North County 98
19 P Ross A Bailwal 5 Scotlan 28 July Canada North County 96
20 Najibullah Zadran Nasir Ahmadzai 6 Afghani 01 August USA The Hills 96

Top Wicket Keeping
# Name Mts Byes Catch Stump Total
1 N Hodgins Ireland 10 10 16 1 17
2 M Cross Scotlan 9 13 12 4 16
3 S Taylor USA 9 8 10 5 15
4 D Ransammy Canada 9 23 10 1 11
5 Afsar Zazai Afghani 8 26 7 3 10
6 S Khakurel Nepal 5 6 6 4 10
7 D Bau PNG 8 2 9 - 9
8 I Karim Kenya 4 - 6 1 7
9 P Airee Nepal 4 8 3 3 6
10 G Lotter Namibia 5 11 5 - 5
11 J Ngwango Vanuatu 9 21 3 2 5
12 K Ochieng Kenya 4 6 2 - 2
13 G Erasmus Namibia 3 4 2 - 2
14 J Hirani Kenya 1 - 1 - 1
15 S Bau PNG 1 - 1 - 1

Top Catches
# Name Mts Catches
1 N Hodgins Ireland 10 16
2 D Bau PNG 9 14
3 M Cross Scotlan 9 12
4 G Erasmus Namibia 10 11
5 Afsar Zazai Afghani 9 10
6 D Ransammy Canada 9 10
7 S Taylor USA 9 10
8 G Sewdial USA 9 9
9 I Karim Kenya 9 8
10 C Amini PNG 9 8
11 K Edghill Canada 9 6
12 K Ochieng Kenya 9 6
13 S Khakurel Nepal 6 6
14 G McCarter Ireland 9 6
15 G Lotter Namibia 10 6
16 P Ross Scotlan 9 6
17 A Bailwal Scotlan 9 6
18 S Bau PNG 9 6
19 R Maha PNG 9 6
20 D Allan Kenya 9 5
Squads
Afghanistan flag Afghanistan
  • Shir M Shirzi (captain)
  • Jawed Ahmadi
  • Mohammad Y Ahmadzai
  • Nasir J Ahmadzai
  • Younas K Ahmadzai
  • Aftab Alam
  • Abdur Mangal
  • Abdul R.K Naseri
  • Mohibullah Paak
  • Rahmatullah Sahaq
  • Hashmatullah Shaidi
  • Sayed A Shirzad
  • Najibullah Zadran
  • Afsar K Zazai
Canada flag Canada
  • Kevasan Juvarajan (captain)
  • Tristan Ali
  • Maninder Aulakh
  • Suddepta Aurka
  • Gurkaran Dhilon
  • Nikil Dhutta
  • Kyle Edghill
  • Nitish Kumar
  • Trevor Manoosingh
  • Rayankhan Pathan
  • Sarren Ramsany
  • Jobanjot Singh Sidhu
  • Akass Shah
  • Akhlas Umar
Ireland flag Ireland
  • George Dockrell (captain)
  • George Adair
  • Richard Berry
  • Scott Campbell
  • Adam Coughlan
  • Shane Getake
  • Niall Hodgins
  • Ryan Hunter
  • Hugh MacDonnell
  • Andrew McBrine
  • Graeme McCarter
  • Barry McCarthy
  • Sam Shannon
  • Jason van der Marwe
Kenya flag Kenya
  • Kennedy Ochieng (captain)
  • Duncan Allan
  • Harrison Angila
  • Jignesh Hirani
  • Irfan Karim
  • Martin Ndandason
  • Joseph Ochieng
  • Rushabhvardhan Patel
  • Emmanuel Ringera
  • Raj Savala
  • Raj Shikotra
  • Vinit Shikotra
  • Siddhant Taneja
  • Rahul Vishram
Namibia flag Namibia
  • Stephen Baard (captain)
  • Justin Baard
  • Luke Bolton
  • Christopher Coombe
  • Jason Davidson
  • Andre Engelbrecht
  • Gerhard Erasmus
  • Shalako Groenewald
  • Zhivago Groenewald
  • Gert Lotter
  • Tangeni Lungameni
  • Pelham Myburgh
  • Wian van vuuren
  • Johan Wessels
Nepal flag Nepal
  • Prithu Baskota (captain)
  • Pradeep Airee
  • Naresh B Budhaayer
  • Bhuban Karki
  • Krishna Karki
  • Avinash Karn
  • Subash P Khakurel
  • Nischal Pandey
  • Shubhendi Pandey
  • Rajesh Pulami Magar
  • Sagar Pun
  • Fajlur Rahman
  • Rupesh K Shrivastav
  • Rahul K Vishwakarma
Papua New Guinea flag Papua New Guinea
  • Christopher Kent (captain)
  • Charles Amini
  • Dogodo Bau
  • Sese Bau
  • Nigel Boge
  • Albert Geita
  • Raymond Haoda
  • Gia Kelly
  • Raturima Maha
  • Alei Nao
  • Vagi Oala
  • Lega Siaka
  • Toua Tom
  • Norman Vanua
Scotland flag Scotland
  • Patrick Saddler (captain)
  • Frederick Coleman
  • Matthew Cross
  • Henry Edwards
  • Peter Legget
  • Anjandeep Luthra
  • Thomas McBride
  • Scott McElnea
  • Ross McLean
  • Samuel Page
  • Peter Ross
  • Kyle Smith
  • Stanley Shillington
  • Aman Bailwal
USA flag USA
  • Gregory Sewdial (captain)
  • Salman Ahmad
  • Shayan Abdul Ghani
  • Abhijit Joshi
  • Cameron Mirza
  • Prashanth Nair
  • Mital Patel
  • Amarnauth Persaud
  • Gurpreet Sandhu
  • Hammad Shahid
  • Jodhbir Singh
  • Trevor Singh
  • Pranay Suri
  • Steven Taylor
Vanuatu flag Vanuatu
  • Patrick Matautaava (captain)
  • Ravin Arutambean
  • Kaluwin Bangalini
  • Callum Blake
  • Jelany Chilia
  • Worford Kalworai
  • Kendy Kenneth
  • Nalin Nipiko
  • Jamal Ngwango
  • Joshua Rasu
  • Shem Sala
  • Jaxies Samuel
  • Apolinaire Stephen
  • Ronald Tari