PlayoffsFinal Scorecard Ireland beat Afghanistan by 5 wickets, 24 March.
1st Qualifying Final Scorecard Afghanistan beat Namibia by 47 runs, 22 March.
2nd Qualifying Final Scorecard Ireland beat Namibia by 9 wickets, 24 March.
Elimination Final Scorecard Ireland beat Netherlands by 7 wickets, 23 March.
Elimination Semi-finals Scorecard Canada lost to Ireland by 10 wickets, 22 March.
Scorecard Scotland lost to Netherlands by 3 wickets, 22 March.
5th-6th Place Scorecard Scotland beat Canada by 4 wickets, 23 March.
7th-10th Place Scorecard Semi-Final: Kenya lost to Nepal by 5 wickets, 22 March.
Scorecard Semi-Final: Papua New Guinea beat Italy by 12 runs, 22 March.
Scorecard 7th-8th: Nepal beat Papua New Guinea by 6 wickets, 23 March.
Scorecard 9th-10th: Kenya beat Italy by 39 runs, 23 March.
11th-14th Place Scorecard Semi-Final: Bermuda lost to USA by 34 runs, 22 March.
Scorecard Semi-Final: Hong Kong beat Uganda by 5 wickets, 22 March.
Scorecard 11th-12th: Hong Kong beat USA by 77 runs, 23 March.
Scorecard 13th-14th: Bermuda beat Uganda by 41 runs, 23 March.
15th-16th Place Scorecard Denmark lost to Oman by 17 runs, 22 March.
P W T NR L Pts NRR Afghanistan 7 7 0 0 0 14 1.89 Netherlands 7 6 0 0 1 12 1.67 Canada 7 5 0 0 2 10 0.81 Papua New Guinea 7 3 0 0 4 6 0.05 Nepal 7 3 0 0 4 6 -0.20 Hong Kong 7 2 0 0 5 4 -1.26 Bermuda 7 1 0 0 6 2 -0.99 Denmark 7 1 0 0 6 2 -2.01Scorecard Afghanistan beat Bermuda by 15 runs, 20 March.
Scorecard Canada beat Nepal by 18 runs, 20 March.
Scorecard Papua New Guinea beat Denmark by 14 runs, 20 March.
Scorecard Netherlands beat Hong Kong by 83 runs, 20 March.
Scorecard Afghanistan beat Hong Kong by 9 wickets, 19 March.
Scorecard Netherlands beat Nepal by 6 wickets, 19 March.
Scorecard Canada beat Denmark by 55 runs, 19 March.
Scorecard Bermuda beat Papua New Guinea by 5 wickets, 19 March.
Scorecard Hong Kong beat Denmark by 17 runs, 18 March.
Scorecard Netherlands beat Papua New Guinea by 9 wickets, 18 March.
Scorecard Afghanistan beat Canada by 41 runs, 18 March.
Scorecard Nepal beat Bermuda by 24 runs, 18 March.
Scorecard Canada beat Bermuda by 72 runs, 16 March.
Scorecard Netherlands beat Denmark by 7 wickets, 16 March.
Scorecard Afghanistan beat Nepal by 34 runs, 16 March.
Scorecard Papua New Guinea v Hong Kong, 16 March.
Scorecard Canada beat Hong Kong by 8 wickets, 15 March.
Scorecard Afghanistan beat Denmark by 89 runs, 15 March.
Scorecard Netherlands beat Bermuda by 4 runs, 15 March.
Scorecard Papua New Guinea beat Nepal by 35 runs, 15 March.
Scorecard Canada beat Papua New Guinea by 6 runs, 14 March.
Scorecard Hong Kong beat Bermuda by 8 wickets, 14 March.
Scorecard Afghanistan beat Netherlands by 4 wickets, 14 March.
Scorecard Denmark lost to Nepal by 9 wickets, 14 March.
Scorecard Hong Kong lost to Nepal by 28 runs, 13 March.
Scorecard Netherlands beat Canada by 42 runs, 13 March.
Scorecard Bermuda lost to Denmark by 7 wickets, 13 March.
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P W T NR L Pts NRR Namibia 7 7 0 0 0 14 1.19 Ireland 7 6 0 0 1 12 2.21 Scotland 7 4 0 0 3 8 0.347 Kenya 7 4 0 0 3 8 0.340 Italy 7 3 0 0 4 6 -0.01 USA 7 2 0 0 5 4 -1.00 Uganda 7 2 0 0 5 4 -1.19 Oman 7 0 0 0 7 0 -1.80Scorecard Kenya beat Uganda by 52 runs, 20 March.
Scorecard Ireland beat Oman by 44 runs, 20 March.
Scorecard Namibia beat Italy by 27 runs, 20 March.
Scorecard USA beat Scotland by 7 wickets, 20 March.
Scorecard Kenya beat USA by 9 wickets, 19 March.
Scorecard Scotland beat Italy by 7 wickets, 19 March.
Scorecard Namibia beat Oman by 36 runs, 19 March.
Scorecard Ireland beat Uganda by 82 runs, 19 March.
Scorecard USA beat Oman by 30 runs, 18 March.
Scorecard Italy beat Uganda by 13 runs, 18 March.
Scorecard Namibia beat Kenya by 7 wickets, 18 March.
Scorecard Ireland beat Scotland by 17 runs, 18 March.
Scorecard Namibia beat Uganda by 4 runs, 16 March.
Scorecard Scotland beat Oman by 52 runs, 16 March.
Scorecard Ireland beat USA by 64 runs, 16 March.
Scorecard Kenya beat Italy by 7 wickets, 16 March.
Scorecard Namibia beat USA by 17 runs, 15 March.
Scorecard Italy lost to Ireland by 2 wickets, 15 March.
Scorecard Scotland beat Uganda by 34 runs, 15 March.
Scorecard Kenya beat Oman by 35 runs, 15 March.
Scorecard Kenya lost to Ireland by 10 wickets, 14 March.
Scorecard Namibia beat Scotland by 49 runs, 14 March.
Scorecard Italy beat USA by 8 runs, 14 March.
Scorecard Uganda beat Oman by 3 wickets, 14 March.
Scorecard Namibia beat Ireland by 4 runs, 13 March.
Scorecard Scotland beat Kenya by 14 runs, 13 March.
Scorecard Oman lost to Italy by 9 wickets, 13 March.
Scorecard Uganda beat USA by 4 wickets, 13 March.
Stirling pure gold as Ireland take the title ()
In a thrilling final in Dubai on Saturday evening a magnificent 79 from Paul Stirling ensured that Ireland won the Twenty20 qualifier.
Sublime Stirling destroys Afghanistan ()
Paul Stirling rocketed Ireland to the Twenty20 World Cup finals in Sri Lanka with as fine an exhibition of strokeplay ever produced by an Irish cricketer.
Brilliant Ireland breeze into finals ()
Ireland brilliantly breezed their way into the Twenty20 World Cup finals on a super Saturday here in Dubai and did no harm to their lofty ambition of becoming a Test country by 2020.
Ireland finish tournament in style ()
They then went one better by winning the whole tournament by beating Afghanistan by five wickets in the final proper in the afternoon.
Ireland return home triumphantly ()
The Ireland squad returned to Dublin Airport this afternoon with the World Twenty20 Qualifying trophy and a place in the finals in Sri Lanka in September.
Sky the limit for Stirling ()
The sky is the limit for Irish batsman Paul Stirling after his amazing innings won the World Twenty20 qualifier final for Ireland.
Ireland claim their place in Sri Lanka ()
An overwhelming victory over Namibia on Saturday morning took Ireland into the tournament final against Afghanistan and - even more important - gained them the second qualification place in the World T20 championship in September.
Ireland win a classic final ()
Any fears that the tournament final would be an anti-climax were shown to be nonsense as a classic contest was served up.
Scotland gain consolation win against Canada ()
Scotland's World Twenty20 qualifying campaign concluded yesterday with a thrilling last-ball victory over Canada at the Dubai International Stadium.
O'Brien hammers Dutch ()
Kevin O'Brien took his three pound hammer to the Dutch yesterday, as Ireland cruised into a playoff with Namibia for a place in the ICC World Twenty20 finals.
Ireland end the Dutch challenge - again ()
A disciplined Irish performance in the field restricted the Dutch to 114 despite a fine 56 from Alexei Kervezee, and took them to a convincing seven-wicket victory.
Ireland bandwagon rolls on with another comprehensive win ()
Ireland go marching on and are just one win away from the World Twenty20 in Sri Lanka.
Play-offs round-up ()
A round-up of the matches to decide 7th, 9th, 11th and 13th place in the UAE.
Ireland take step closer to Sri Lanka ()
Ireland are one game away from the ICC World Twenty20 in Sri Lanka, after a convincing seven wicket win over the Netherlands on Friday morning.
Canada no match for Ireland ()
Paul Stirling reclaimed his fastest fifty record in Dubai as Ireland thrashed Canada by 10 wickets
Scotland's World Cup dream ends ()
Scotland's World Cup dream died in the desert when the multi-national Netherlands carved out a three-wicket win.
Ireland crush Canada ()
Ireland stormed through their first game in the sudden death phase with an easy ten wicket win over Canada.
Afghan pace attack take their side to Sri Lanka ()
Spearheaded by Dawlat Zadran, Afghanistan's quick bowled ripped through Namibia's batting on Thursday to secure one of the two qualification places in the World T20 championship.
Last-over victory sees Dutch get past Scotland ()
In a seesawing battle at the Global Cricket Academy the Netherlands beat Scotland by three wickets on Thursday, with Man of the Match Tom Cooper making a 32-ball 60.
Record breaking Stirling helps Ireland crush Canada ()
PAUL Stirling scored Ireland's fastest ever 50 as Ireland annihilated Canada to reach the semi final of the World Twenty20 qualifying tournament.
Play-offs round-up ()
A round-up of today's action in the ranking play-offs from the UAE.
Cusack ruled out of tournament ()
The Event Technical Committee has approved Tim Murtagh to replace the injured Alex Cusack in the Ireland squad.
Murtagh flies in to cover Cusack ()
Ireland coach Phil Simmons has sent for Middlesex bowler Tim Murtagh as concern mounted over the fitness of Alex Cusack.
Dial M for Murtagh ()
Tim Murtagh arrived in Dubai early this morning as cover for Alex Cusack as Ireland's injury woes at the World Twenty20 Qualifiers intensified.
Tough games ahead as play-offs begin ()
After a largely predictable group phase and a remarkable final day, six sides will battle for the two available places in Sri Lanka when the play-offs start on Thursday.
Scotland scrape through to play-offs despite loss to USA ()
IT was nail-biting stuff and not the triumphant march to the play-offs that Scotland had wanted.
Ireland too strong for Oman ()
Gary Wilson's first 20-20 fifty for Ireland ensured they go into the Top Six phase of the ICC World Qualifier on a six game winning streak.
Afghanistan and Namibia in first qualification final; Canada also in play-offs ()
Afghanistan and Namibia remain unbeaten and will meet in Thursday's first qualification final, whilst Canada secure their spot in the play-offs for qualification.
Wilson stars as Ireland defeat Oman ()
It was the calm before the storm as Ireland completed a straightforward victory over Oman in their final Group B match at the World Twenty20 qualifiers in Abu Dhabi this morning.
Dutch batsmen turn it on against Hong Kong ()
The Netherlands became the first team to pass 200 as they hammered Hong Kong by 83 runs in Sharjah on Tuesday and clinch second place in their group.
Record margin of victory for Ireland ()
Ireland defeated Uganda by 82 runs to record their biggest T20 win since their very first, against Bangladesh A in 2008.
Clinical Scotland outgun Italy ()
Scotland produced an efficient performance to keep alive their hopes of T20 World Cup qualification with victory over Italy at the Global Cricket Academy, Dubai, yesterday.
Rampant Ireland crush Uganda ()
Ireland wrapped up its biggest twenty20 victory ever to put them in the playoff stages of this World Cup qualifier.
Porterfield leads Ireland to easy win against Uganda ()
IRELAND reached the play- offs of the World Twenty20 qualifiers with an 82-run victory over Uganda in Dubai yesterday but again decided against calling up Tim Murtagh for the final stages of the tournament.
Afghanistan and Namibia win again; Canada get one foot in the play-offs ()
Afghanistan and Namibia all but ensure that they will play-off for a place in the World Twenty20 on Thursday, whilst Canada come close to securing their play-off place. Elsewhere, Bermuda gain their first win and the USA are thrashed by Kenya.
Dutch clinch play-off place with an easy win over Nepal ()
A six-wicket victory over Nepal, built on a much-improved bowling performance, ensured that the Dutch would finish in the top three of their group - and in all probability second.
Ireland defeat Scotland but at a cost ()
Injuries to John Mooney and Alex Cusack mar Ireland's 17 run win against Scotland.
ICC confirm replacements in Ireland and Afghanistan squads ()
ICC confirm replacements for Afghanistan and Ireland.
Poynter drafted into Ireland squad ()
IRELAND have called up Andrew Poynter as a replacement for John Mooney after the Ireland all-rounder was ruled out of the rest of the World Twenty20 qualifiers in the UAE with a torn hamstring.
Scotland in last chance saloon ()
SCOTLAND's World Twenty20 qualification hopes were hanging by a thread last night after they fell to defeat against Ireland at the Dubai International Stadium.
Vintage Joyce sets up Ireland win ()
Ed Joyce hit a top quality 78 not out to set up a 17-run victory over Scotland in Dubai yesterday that keeps Ireland firmly on course for the play-offs of the World Twenty20 qualifiers.
Mooney blow for Ireland ()
The North County all-rounder suffered a torn hamstring during Ireland's 17 run win against Scotland today in Dubai.
Dutch batting sees off the Barramundis ()
The attack may not yet have struck top form, but Myburgh, Swart and Cooper saw the Netherlands to a nine-wicket win over Papua New Guinea in Abu Dhabi on Sunday.
Shenwari wins it for Afghanistan; Namibia continue unbeaten run ()
A fine all-round performance from Samiullah Shenwari gives Afghanistan a win over Canada, remaining unbeaten along with Namibia. The USA get off the mark and there are also wins for Hong Kong, Italy and Nepal.
Unplayable Rankin leads Ireland to victory ()
Boyd Rankin claimed his third man-of-the-match award in as many games as Ireland swept past the USA by 64 runs in the World Twenty20 qualifiers in Dubai.
Bermudian helps Danes defeat his own country ()
Denmark's James Moniz, who made his debut against Bermuda earlier this week, has Bermudian roots.
MacLeod leads Scotland to victory over Oman ()
A superb maiden international century from Calum MacLeod helped Scotland ease to victory against Oman.
Rankin cut above the rest ()
The giant Warwickshire paceman won his third consecutive man of the match award as Ireland defeated the USA by 64 runs.
Rankin does it again ()
The Ireland seamer demolished the USA in a brutal display of fast bowling as he recorded personal best figures for the third successive match.
(Fairly) clinical Dutch too strong for Denmark ()
The Netherlands' 7-wicket win over Denmark on Friday was an improved performance, but some questions remain as the tournament completes its first week.
Papua New Guinea win thriller over Hong Kong; Afghanistan and Namibia remain unbeaten ()
PNG sneak past Hong Kong in an exciting finish, whilst Afghanistan and Namibia remain unbeaten, Kenya get off the mark, and Canada beat Bermuda.
The Netherlands hold on to beat Bermuda ()
Michael Swart starred with bat and ball, but Bermuda fought to the end as the Orange Lions won by just 4 runs in a low-scoring game.
Scotland get back on track with Uganda win ()
Scotland got their World Twenty20 qualifying bid back on track with victory over Uganda in Dubai.
Azzurri just fail to cause Irish upset ()
Gary Wilson rescued Ireland yesterday with two boundaries in the final over to secure a two-wicket victory over Italy with two balls to spare in a tense
Ireland scrape past Italy ()
They duly picked up their second win of the T20 qualifiers this morning with victory over Italy in Abu Dhabi, but they limped over the line with only two wickets and two balls to spare.
Papua New Guinea and Kenya off the mark; USA and Oman still winless ()
Day three in the UAE sees Papua New Guinea and Kenya record their first wins, but the USA and Oman remain winless. Scotland, Afghanistan and Canada also win.
Wilson sees struggling Ireland home ()
Gary Wilson made an unbeaten 31 as Ireland struggled to suppress a competitive Italy side at the Sheikh Zayed stadium in Abu Dhabi.
Afghanistan beat the Netherlands in a last-over thriller ()
Half-centuries by Alexei Kervezee and Mohammad Shahzad were the highlights of Wednesday's top Group A clash, but it was the Afghans who prevailed with two balls to spare.
Scotland hammered by Namibia ()
Scotland's T20 World Cup qualification hopes received a dent when they slumped to a heavy defeat at the hands of Namibia in Abu Dhabi.
Record breaking Porterfield rushes Ireland to victory ()
William Porterfield scored the fastest half-century ever by an Ireland batsman yesterday as his side raced to a crushing 10-wicket victory over Kenya
Thrillers and thrashings on day two ()
Day two in the UAE sees some matches go down to the wire, whilst others are one-sided contests.
Kenya bear the brunt of Ireland's anger ()
They dismiss the Africans for just 71, and then William Porterfield scored Ireland's fastest fifty ever to win in the eighth over.
Porterfield and Rankin star as Ireland bounce back with win ()
IRELAND continue to have the hex over Kenya. Following a 3-0 series victory in Mombasa last month, Ireland got their tournament up and running with an emphatic 10 wickets success this morning.
Irish fail their opening challenge ()
Ireland lost their opening match in the World Twenty20 qualifiers in Dubai yesterday to Namibia by four runs.
Bukhari the star as the Netherlands ease past Canada ()
A cameo innings and two wickets in one over by the Dutch allrounder ensured that his side registered a 42-run victory in their opening match on Tuesday.
MacLeod stars as Scots open with win ()
Scotland opened their World Twenty20 qualifying campaign with the win they wanted when they edged out Kenya by 14 runs in Dubai yesterday.
Easy wins for Afghanistan, Denmark, Italy and Nepal; close for Uganda and Scotland ()
Afghanistan, Denmark, Italy and Nepal cruise to straightforward wins, whilst Uganda and Scotland don't have things all their own way.
Simmons looking for six of the best ()
National Coach Phil Simmons has set Ireland a target of winning their next six group games, starting against Kenya this morning.
Ireland face struggle after opening day defeat ()
IRELAND can afford no slip ups today against Kenya after losing the opening match of their World Twenty20 qualifying campaign to Namibia by an agonisingly close four runs in Dubai.
Namibia shock Ireland ()
Second seeds Ireland went down to Namibia by 4 runs in a thrilling encounter in Dubai.
Scotland overcomes spirited Kenya ()
Scotland's top order made a blistering start to the tournament and launched their side to defeat Kenya by 14 runs.
Rejuvenated Scotland relishing battle ()
Scotland's last trip to the UAE for a World Twenty20 qualifying tournament turned out to be a watershed week.
Stirling set to soar ()
Phil Simmons tips Ireland's opening batsman Paul Stirling to have a ìbig impactî on the World Twenty20 qualifier.
Dockrell to spearhead Irish challenge ()
George Dockrell will be at the spearhead of Ireland's bid to reach the finals of the World Twenty20 when the qualifying tournament gets underway today in Dubai.
CricketEurope Tournament Preview: Group B ()
Fancied teams are unlikely to have things all their way in a Group B competition which promises plenty of thrills and spills on the way to the play-offs.
Fraser Watts suspended for Kenya game ()
Fraser Watts receives one suspension point and an official reprimand for ICC Code of Conduct breaches - Khurram Khan also receives reprimand.
Simon Smith replaces Josh Davey ()
Davey felt a recurrence of a knee injury during Wednesday's defeat against UAE, and is replaced by reserve wicket-keeper Simon Smith.
CricketEurope Tournament Preview: Group A ()
Group A may look like the easier of the two pools but there will nevertheless be plenty of banana skins for the more fancied teams.
Rizwan Cheema ready to lead Canada ()
Canada's new captain is confident of starting his tenure by helping his side become one of the two sides to qualify.
Arinaitwe ready to lead Uganda to glory ()
Uganda skipper Davis Arinaitwe believes that the current Africa Twenty20 champions have the potential to cause some upsets.
Kabir Khan return vital for Afghanistan success ()
Afghanistan captain Nawroz Mangal is hoping that the return of coach Kabir Khan will act as a motivation for his side.
Khadka hoping Nepal make history ()
Nepal captain Paras Khadka admits that to qualify for Sri Lanka would be the biggest achievement in Nepalese sporting history
Twenty20 Qualifier deciders to be broadcast live ()
The last three days of the World Twenty20 Qualifier will be shown live by ESPN STAR Sports.
Scottish spirit key for success ()
Scotland captain Gordon Drummond says the side's never say die attitude is one of the attributes which will help the side to excel.
Denmark confident ahead of UAE tournament ()
Denmark is bubbling with confidence as it arrives in Dubai next week to participate in the T20 Qualifier.
Youthful Hong Kong looking to impress ()
Hong Kong qualified for the ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier UAE 2012 by virtue of finishing in the top four of the regional Twenty20 qualifier for in Asia which was held in Nepal at the end of last year.
Ireland lose to Eastern Province ()
Ireland lose to Eastern Province by 21 runs in their final T20 WCQ warm-up game.
MacLeod keen to make all-round impression ()
Life has gone full circle for Calum MacLeod during his winter abroad.
Porterfield confident of Irish success ()
Ireland captain William Porterfield is confident his side can build on the recent good form to be one of the two sides to qualify.
Burger dreaming of Namibian victory ()
Namibia has a new captain in the form of Sarel Burger and the 29-year-old is dreaming of leading the side to victory.
Oman ready to be surprise package ()
Oman captain Hemal Mehta is confident that his side will spring a surprise by becoming one of the two sides to qualify.
Stirling pyrotechnics fire Ireland to easy win ()
Paul Stirling and Gary Wilson lead Ireland to easy win against Eastern Province Invitational XI.
O'Brien hopes to make it count at T20 WCQ ()
It is just over a year since Ireland's Kevin O'Brien slammed a breathtaking century to help defeat England in the 2011 World Cup.
Dangerous Netherlands aims high ()
Dutch captain Peter Borren says his side is aiming for nothing less than winning the tournament.
Bonora banking on Di Venuto ()
Italy captain Alessandro Bonora is banking on the international experience of Michael Di Venuto to be one of the two sides to qualify from the T20 WCQ.
Nadkarni determined to lead USA from the front ()
All eyes will be on the USA as it is led for the first time by 35-year-old Sushil Nadkarni.
Jones will play huge part in PNG's qualifying attempt ()
Papua New Guinea captain Rarua Dikana is hoping former England wicket-keeper Geraint Jones will play a huge part in his side becoming one of the two qualifiers.
Hemp hopes youth will shine for Bermuda ()
Bermuda skipper David Hemp is excited about this side's trip to the UAE for the upcoming ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier.
Obuya confident of Kenyan success ()
Kenya captain Collins Obuya believes his side is a forced to be reckoned with despite the ups and downs in its performances.
Squads for World Twenty20 Qualifier ()
Final squads are confirmed for the qualifiers which will be held in UAE from March 13-24.
World Twenty20 Qualifier schedule announced ()
16 teams will battle it out in the UAE from 13 to 24 March for the two available slots in the 2012 World Twenty20 in Sri Lanka.
- Ireland squad
- Ireland training for the World Cup Qualifiers
- Italy v Oman
- Afghanistan v Papua New Guinea
- Scotland v Kenya
- Netherlands v Canada
- Hong Kong v Nepal
- Ireland v Namibia
- Ireland v Kenya
- Netherlands v Afghanistan
- Scotland v Namibia
- Denmark v Nepal
- Italy v USA
- Hong Kong v Bermuda
- Ireland v Italy
- Namibia v USA
- Afghanistan v Denmark
- Netherlands v Bermuda
- Papua New Guinea v Nepal
- Scotland v Uganda
- Netherlands v Denmark
- Bermuda v Canada
- Ireland v USA
- Netherlands v Papua New Guinea
- Nepal v Bermuda
- Ireland v Scotland
- Denmark v Hong Kong
- Netherlands v Nepal
- Scotland v Italy
- Ireland v Uganda
- Ireland v Oman
- Netherlands v Hong Kong
- Scotland v USA
- Denmark v Papua New Guinea
- Netherlands v Scotland
- Kenya v Nepal
- Afghanistan v Namibia
- Ireland v Canada
- Italy v Kenya
- Ireland v Netherlands
- Nepal v Papua New Guinea
- Scotland v Canada
- Ireland v Namibia (1)
- Ireland v Namibia (2)
- Ireland v Afghanistan, Final
- Paul Stirling after Ireland v Namibia
- Irish Coach Phil Simmons after Ireland defeated Namibia
- William Porterfield after Ireland won the Final
- Phil Simmons after the Final
- Paul Stirling was the Man of the Match in the Final
- Cricket Ireland CEO Warren Deutrom reflects on ICC World T20 Qualifier and Ireland´s performance
Papua New Guinea
|1||LP v d Westhuizen||Namibia||14 March||Scotland||Abu Dhabi||106*|
|2||CS MacLeod||Scotland||16 March||Oman||Sharjah||104*|
|3||R Gunasekera||Canada||19 March||Denmark||Abu Dhabi||95|
|4||Irfan Ahmed||Hong Kong||18 March||Denmark||GCA 1||91*|
|5||Karim Sadiq||Afghanistan||15 March||Denmark||Sharjah||91|
|6||R Gunasekera||Canada||16 March||Bermuda||Dubai IS||83|
|7||R van Schoor||Namibia||15 March||USA||GCA 2||79*|
|8||AA Obanda||Kenya||16 March||Italy||Abu Dhabi||79|
|9||PR Stirling||Ireland||24 March||Afghanistan||Dubai IS||79|
|10||EC Joyce||Ireland||18 March||Scotland||Dubai IS||78*|
|11||G Snyman||Namibia||20 March||Italy||GCA 1||78|
|12||Mohammad Shahzad||Afghanistan||24 March||Ireland||Dubai IS||77|
|13||R van Schoor||Namibia||20 March||Italy||GCA 1||73*|
|14||LOB Cann||Bermuda||22 March||USA||Sharjah||73|
|15||TP Ura||Papua New Guinea||18 March||Netherlands||Abu Dhabi||70|
Top Run Aggregates
|3||R van Schoor||Namibia||9||9||3||5||-||3||-||79*||54.00||324|
|10||JJ Atkinson||Hong Kong||7||7||-||-||-||3||-||64||36.86||258|
Top Strike Rates (120 runs)
|1||LP v d Westhuizen||Namibia||9||9||1||213||133||160.15|
|5||JJ Atkinson||Hong Kong||7||7||-||258||176||146.59|
Top Batting Averages
|1||R van Schoor||Namibia||9||9||3||324||79*||54.00|
|5||Irfan Ahmed||Hong Kong||8||8||2||242||91*||40.33|
|8||JJ Atkinson||Hong Kong||7||7||-||258||64||36.86|
Top Wicket Takers
Best Bowling in an Innings
|1||A Ahmed||Denmark||20 March||Papua New Guinea||Abu Dhabi||6-22|
|2||Dawlat Zadran||Afghanistan||19 March||Hong Kong||Sharjah||5-14|
|3||Aizaz Khan||Hong Kong||23 March||USA||GCA 2||5-25|
|4||C Viljoen||Namibia||19 March||Oman||Sharjah||4-8|
|5||CS Sandri||Italy||13 March||Oman||GCA 1||4-9|
|6||WB Rankin||Ireland||16 March||USA||GCA 2||4-9|
|7||L Klazinga||Namibia||18 March||Kenya||Sharjah||4-9|
|8||Karim Sadiq||Afghanistan||15 March||Denmark||Sharjah||4-12|
|9||Samiullah Shenwari||Afghanistan||18 March||Canada||GCA 1||4-14|
|10||DG Crowley||Italy||22 March||Papua New Guinea||GCA 2||4-18|
|11||SP Gauchan||Nepal||14 March||Denmark||GCA 1||4-20|
|12||GK Berg||Italy||18 March||Uganda||Sharjah||4-20|
|13||KD Shah||Hong Kong||18 March||Denmark||GCA 1||4-21|
|14||T van der Gugten||Netherlands||15 March||Bermuda||Abu Dhabi||4-22|
|15||C Sawad||Nepal||13 March||Hong Kong||GCA 2||4-24|
|16||DC Stovell||Bermuda||18 March||Nepal||Abu Dhabi||4-25|
|17||Aftab Alam||Afghanistan||22 March||Namibia||Dubai IS||4-25|
|18||HA Varaiya||Kenya||23 March||Italy||GCA 1||4-25|
Top Economy Rates (7 wickets)
|11||Nizakat Khan||Hong Kong||8||29.2||-||165||10||3-11||5.62|
|1||G Snyman||R van Schoor||1||Namibia||20 March||Italy||GCA 1||144|
|2||AA Obanda||DI Allan||1||Kenya||16 March||Italy||Abu Dhabi||123|
|3||Zeeshan Siddiqui||Jatinder Singh||1||Oman||22 March||Denmark||GCA 2||113|
|4||WTS Porterfield||PR Stirling||1||Ireland||22 March||Canada||Dubai IS||109*|
|5||R Gunasekera||H Patel||2||Canada||19 March||Denmark||Abu Dhabi||109|
|6||AA Obanda||DI Allan||1||Kenya||15 March||Oman||GCA 2||105|
|7||RD Berrington||CS MacLeod||1||Scotland||16 March||Oman||Sharjah||104|
|8||JB Reva||GO Jones||5||Papua New Guinea||16 March||Hong Kong||Dubai IS||98|
|9||MR Swart||SJGP Myburgh||1||Netherlands||20 March||Hong Kong||Sharjah||97|
|10||SJGP Myburgh||MR Swart||1||Netherlands||18 March||Papua New Guinea||Abu Dhabi||96|
|11||CR Amini||TP Ura||3||Papua New Guinea||18 March||Netherlands||Abu Dhabi||95|
|12||R van Schoor||LP v d Westhuizen||2||Namibia||14 March||Scotland||Abu Dhabi||86|
|13||Karim Sadiq||Mohammad Shahzad||2||Afghanistan||16 March||Nepal||Sharjah||86|
|14||KJ O'Brien||EC Joyce||4||Ireland||16 March||USA||GCA 2||86|
|15||MJ di Venuto||PA Petricola||2||Italy||13 March||Oman||GCA 1||84*|
|16||FA Klokker||RT Mahmood||3||Denmark||19 March||Canada||Abu Dhabi||84|
|17||KJ Coetzer||CS MacLeod||3||Scotland||13 March||Kenya||GCA 1||83|
|18||DL Hemp||LOB Cann||3||Bermuda||22 March||USA||Sharjah||82|
|19||Mohammad Shahzad||Samiullah Shenwari||4||Afghanistan||18 March||Canada||GCA 1||80|
|20||PR Stirling||GC Wilson||3||Ireland||24 March||Afghanistan||Dubai IS||80|
Top Wicket Keeping
|3||Waqas Barkat||Hong Kong||8||11||6||5||11|
Top Catches by Fielders
|9||Nizakat Khan||Hong Kong||8||5|
|12||R van Schoor||Namibia||9||5|