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Super Six Results and Scorecards
                            P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
UAE                         5    4    0    0    1    8    0.737
Scotland                    5    4    0    0    1    8    0.495
Hong Kong                   5    3    0    0    2    6    0.568
Papua New Guinea            5    2    0    0    3    4   -0.495
Kenya                       5    1    0    0    4    2   -0.201
Namibia                     5    1    0    0    4    2   -1.035
Scorecard Final: UAE v Scotland, 1 February.
Scorecard Kenya v Scotland, 30 January.
Scorecard UAE v Namibia, 30 January.
Scorecard Papua New Guinea v Hong Kong, 30 January.
Scorecard Scotland v Papua New Guinea, 28 January.
Scorecard UAE v Kenya, 28 January.
Scorecard Hong Kong v Namibia, 28 January.
Scorecard Scotland v Namibia, 27 January.
Scorecard UAE v Papua New Guinea, 26 January.
Scorecard Hong Kong v Kenya, 26 January.
  • FINAL
    Final: Scotland beat UAE by 44 runs.
    Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln, 1 February.
    Scotland 285-5 (50.0 overs, PL Mommsen 139*, RD Berrington 63, FRJ Coleman 31, AM Guruge 3-67)
    UAE 244-9 (50.0 overs, Swapnil Patil 99*, Amjad Ali 34, Khurram Khan 34, Safyaan Sharif 3-41, Rob Taylor 3-48, Iain Wardlaw 3-58)
  • Super Sixes
    Kenya (0) lost to Scotland (2) by 3 wickets.
    Hagley Oval, Christchurch, 30 January.
    Kenya 260 (50.0 overs, AA Obanda 89, RR Patel 38, SM Sharif 2-65)
    Scotland 261-7 (49.3 overs, MH Cross 55, PL Mommsen 78, RML Taylor 46*, TM Odoyo 3-53)
  • Super Sixes
    UAE (2) beat Namibia (0) by 36 runs.
    MainPower Oval, Rangiora, 30 January.
    UAE 263 (49.5 overs, Khurram Khan 49, Shaiman Anwar 47, Amjad Ali 46, L Klazinga 5-36)
    Namibia 227-9 (50.0 overs, SF Burger 56, G Snyman 48, Amjad Javed 3-35)
  • Super Sixes
    Hong Kong (2) beat Papua New Guinea (0) by 3 wickets.
    Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln, 30 January.
    Papua New Guinea 255-8 (50.0 overs, GO Jones 82, A Vala 57, JK Vare 38, Haseeb Amjad 3-70)
    Hong Kong 259-7 (36.1 overs, Irfan Ahmed 90, JJ Atkinson 36, MS Chapman 64, WT Gavera 3-53)
  • Super Sixes
    Papua New Guinea (0) lost to Scotland (2) by 52 runs.
    Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln., 28 January.
    Scotland 288-9 (50.0 overs, PL Mommsen 94, MH Cross 49, FRJ Coleman 48, RC Haoda 2-48, MD Dai 2-52, WT Gavera 2-54)
    Papua New Guinea 236 (45.1 overs, VV Morea 57, MD Dai 50, A Vala 33, RML Taylor 3-45, RM Haq 3-52)
  • Super Sixes
    Kenya (0) lost to UAE (2) by 13 runs.
    Hagley Oval, Christchurch, 28 January.
    UAE 246-8 (50.0 overs, Khurram Khan 85, Amjad Javed 63, SP Patil 36, NN Odhiambo 4-54, DI Allan 2-62)
    Kenya 233 (49.3 overs, MO Ouma 42, CO Obuya 41, IA Karim 39, Mohammad Naveed 3-40)
  • Super Sixes
    Hong Kong (2) beat Namibia (0) by 76 runs.
    MainPower Oval, Rangiora., 28 January.
    Hong Kong 283-9 (50.0 overs, Nizakat Khan 85, MS Chapman 82, L Klazinga 4-65, JJ Smit 2-49, C Viljoen 2-52)
    Namibia 207 (43.3 overs, CG Williams 59, C Viljoen 40, Haseeb Amjad 4-33, Tanwir Afzal 3-41)
  • Playoffs
    Papua New Guinea (2) lost to UAE (0) by 150 runs.
    Hagley Oval, Christchurch., 26 January.
    UAE 280 (48.3 overs, Khurram Khan 138, Vikrant Shetty 35, Swapnil Patil 29, W Gavera 3-39, N Vanua 2-41, P Raho 2-56)
    Papua New Guinea 130 (28.3 overs, Charles Amini 49, Amjad Javed 4-26, Mohammad Naveed 2-13, Manjula Guruge 2-25)
  • Playoffs
    Hong Kong (0) lost to Kenya (2) by 10 runs.
    MainPower Oval, Rangiora., 26 January.
    Hong Kong 254-8 (50.0 overs, J Atkinson 85, Babar Hayat 45*, M Chapman 30, L Onyango 4-29, S Tikolo 3-54)
    Kenya 223-4 (45.2 overs, Irfan Karim 82, M Ouma 69*, R Aga 28, Irfan Ahmed 2-50)
    DL Method: par score 213 in 45 overs.
  • Super Sixes
    Namibia (0) lost to Scotland (2) by 21 runs.
    Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln., 26 January.
    Scotland 279-9 (50.0 overs, M Machan 78, R Berrington 51, P Mommsen 46, B Scholtz 3-55, N Scholtz 2-53)
    Namibia 258-9 (50.0 overs, C Williams 57, JJ Smit 38, N Scholtz 38, Safyaan Sharif 4-55, R Taylor 2-47)
Classification Matches
Scorecard Canada v Netherlands, 28 January.
Scorecard Nepal v Uganda, 28 January.
Scorecard Nepal v Netherlands, 26 January.
Scorecard Uganda v Canada, 26 January.
  • Playoffs
    Netherlands beat Canada by 8 wickets.
    Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui., 28 January.
    Canada 210 (50.0 overs, Raza-ur-Rehman 88, R Gunasekera 54, MRG Rippon 4-37, MAA Jamil 2-21, PM Seelaar 2-41)
    Netherlands 212-2 (36.4 overs, ES Szwarczynski 75*, PW Borren 61*, SJ Myburgh 36)
  • Playoffs
    Nepal beat Uganda by 160 runs.
    Bay Oval No. 2, Mt Maunganui., 28 January.
    Nepal 240 (49.3 overs, P Baskota 59*, S Vesawkar 41, B Bhandari 35, C Waiswa 3-55, DK Arinaitwe 2-23, F Ochimi 2-58)
    Uganda 80 (36.3 overs, S Pun 3-18, S Kami 2-10, SP Gauchan 2-15)
  • Playoffs
    Netherlands beat Nepal by 7 wickets.
    Bay Oval, Mt Maunganui., 26 January.
    Nepal 171-9 (50.0 overs, Sharad Vesawkar 42, Paras Khadka 29, Shakti Gauchan 26, Ahsan Malik 3-21, V Kingma 2-18)
    Netherlands 172-3 (31.5 overs, E Szwarczynski 56, P Borren 45*, W Barresi 31, Basant Regmi 2-50)
  • Playoffs
    Canada beat Uganda by 59 runs.
    Bay Oval No. 2, Mt Maunganui., 26 January.
    Uganda 149 (49.5 overs, Hamza Saleh 33, Brian Masaba 29, Parth Desai 4-29, Khurram Chohan 2-26, Harvar Baidwan 2-26)
    Canada 119-1 (29.0 overs, Ruvindu Gunasekera 52*, Jimmy Hansra 43*)
    DL Method: par score 60 in 29 overs.
Group A
                            P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
Scotland                    4    3    0    0    1    6     1.66
Hong Kong                   4    3    0    0    1    6     1.07
UAE                         4    3    0    0    1    6     0.85
Canada                      4    1    0    0    3    2    -2.07
Nepal                       4    0    0    0    4    0    -1.57
Scorecard Scotland v Canada, 23 January.
Scorecard UAE v Hong Kong, 23 January.
Scorecard Canada v Nepal, 21 January.
Scorecard Scotland v UAE, 19 January.
Scorecard Nepal v Hong Kong, 19 January.
Scorecard Canada v Hong Kong, 17 January.
Scorecard Scotland v Nepal, 16 January.
Scorecard UAE v Canada, 15 January.
Scorecard Hong Kong v Scotland, 13 January.
Scorecard UAE v Nepal, 13 January.
  • Group A
    Scotland (2) beat Canada (0) by 170 runs.
    Hagley Oval, Christchurch, 23 January.
    Scotland 341-9 (50.0 overs, C MacLeod 175, M Machan 68, F Coleman 40, Khurram Chohan 5-68)
    Canada 171 (39.2 overs, Hamza Tariq 71, N Kumar 26, S Sharif 2-23, I Wardlaw 2-30, R Taylor 2-47)
  • Group A
    UAE (2) beat Hong Kong (0) by 22 runs.
    Queenstown Events Centre, 23 January.
    UAE 249 (48.1 overs, Khurram Khan 78, Amjad Ali 49, Rohan Mustafa 32, Haseeb Amjad 3-33, Irfan Ahmed 2-46, Aziaz Khan 2-53)
    Hong Kong 227 (49.4 overs, M Chapman 59, Babar Hayat 46*, A Guruge 4-39, Rohan Mustafa 3-53)
  • Group A
    Canada (2) beat Nepal (0) by 12 runs.
    Hagley Oval, 21 January.
    Canada 255-9 (41.0 overs, Raza-ur-Rehman 89, Nitish Kumar 67, Hamza Tariq 34, S Kami 3-64, Basant Regmi 2-51)
    Nepal 243-8 (41.0 overs, Gyanendra Malla 86, Pradeep Airee 26, B Regmi 25*, Khurram Chohan 4-59)
  • Group A
    Scotland (2) beat UAE (0) by 53 runs.
    Queenstown, 19 January.
    Scotland 265-6 (28.0 overs, C MacLeod 113, M Cross 88, Mohammad Naveed 3-44, Rohan Mustafa 3-45)
    UAE 212 (26.5 overs, Khurram Khan 87, S Patil 41, Shaiman Anwar 36, C MacLeod 3-34, I Wardlaw 3-35, Majid Haq 2-45)
  • Group A
    Hong Kong (2) beat Nepal (0) by 10 wickets.
    MainPower Oval, Rangiora, 19 January.
    Nepal 150 (49.3 overs, B Regmi 45, P Khadka 29, S Kami 26, Haseeb Amjad 4-40, Aizaz Khan 2-28, Irfan Ahmed 2-29)
    Hong Kong 154-0 (33.2 overs, Irfan Ahmed 86*, Waqas Barkat 56*)
  • Group A
    Canada (0) lost to Hong Kong (2) by 9 wickets.
    Rangiora Oval, 17 January.
    Canada 171 (48.0 overs, T Bastiampillai 29, Nitish Kumar 28, Raza-ur-Rehman 28, Haseeb Amjad 3-42, Waqas Barkat 2-12, Aizaz Khan 2-37)
    Hong Kong 173-1 (25.2 overs, Irfan Ahmed 100*, J Atkinson 63*)
  • Group A
    Scotland (2) beat Nepal (0) by 90 runs.
    Queenstown, 16 January.
    Scotland 249-7 (50.0 overs, F Coleman 64*, C MacLeod 46, M Machan 37, Sompal Kami 3-35, Sagar Pun 2-38)
    Nepal 149 (46.1 overs, Gyanendra Malla 34, Sharad Vesawkar 30, I Wardlaw 3-32, Majid Haq 2-24, R Taylor 2-27)
  • Group A
    UAE (2) beat Canada (0) by 80 runs.
    Rangiora Oval, 15 January.
    UAE 286-6 (50.0 overs, Amjad Ali 91, Khurram Khan 88, Swapnil Patil 36, Khurram Chohan 3-65)
    Canada 206-6 (50.0 overs, Jimmy Hansra 100*, Raza-ur-Rehman 43, Khurram Khan 2-35, Mohammad Naveed 2-36)
  • Group A
    UAE (2) beat Nepal (0) by 102 runs.
    At Rangiora Oval, Christchurch, 13 January.
    UAE 297-8 (50.0 overs, Shaiman Anwar 109, Swapnil Patil 74, Salman Faris 35, Basant Regmi 3-43, Jitendra Mukhiya 2-58)
    Nepal 195 (48.1 overs, Sharad Vesawkar 54, Shakti Gauchan 37*, Binod Bhandari 37, Kamran Shahzad 3-46, Khurram Khan 2-19, Manjula Guruge 2-25)
  • Group A
    Hong Kong (2) beat Scotland (0) by 17 runs.
    Queenstown Events Centre, 13 January.
    Hong Kong 263-7 (50.0 overs, Irfan Ahmed 75, Tanwar Afzal 42, M Chapman 36, I Wardlaw 3-57, M Machan 2-37)
    Scotland 246 (48.4 overs, P Mommsen 118, M Machan 34, R Taylor 28, Nadeem Ahmed 4-37, Haseeb Amjad 3-53)
Group B
                            P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
Papua New Guinea            4    3    0    0    1    6     1.10
Namibia                     4    3    0    0    1    6     0.57
Kenya                       4    2    0    0    2    4     0.40
Netherlands                 4    2    0    0    2    4     0.37
Uganda                      4    0    0    0    4    0    -2.46
Scorecard Netherlands v Kenya, 23 January.
Scorecard Namibia v Papua New Guinea, 23 January.
Scorecard Namibia v Uganda, 21 January.
Scorecard Netherlands v Papua New Guinea, 19 January.
Scorecard Kenya v Uganda, 19 January.
Scorecard Kenya v Namibia, 17 January.
Scorecard Uganda v Papua New Guinea, 16 January.
Scorecard Namibia v Netherlands, 15 January.
Scorecard Uganda v Netherlands, 13 January.
Scorecard Kenya v Papua New Guinea, 13 January.
  • Group B
    Netherlands (0) lost to Kenya (2) by 4 wickets.
    Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln., 23 January.
    Netherlands 265-6 (50.0 overs, W Barresi 137*, E Szwarcynski 57, M Swart 29, L Onyango 2-50)
    Kenya 266-6 (35.4 overs, I Karim 108, R Aga 86, C Obuya 37, Mudassar Bukhari 3-88, M Jamil 3-54)
  • Group B
    Namibia (0) lost to Papua New Guinea (2) by 8 wickets.
    Bay Oval No. 2, Mt Maunganui, 23 January.
    Namibia 163 (48.4 overs, G Snyman 54, C Williams 27, M Dai 3-34, CJ Amini 2-24, P Raho 2-25)
    Papua New Guinea 164-2 (25.0 overs, L Siaka 112*)
  • Group B
    Namibia (2) beat Uganda (0) by 100 runs.
    Mount Maunganui 1, 21 January.
    Namibia 161-9 (36.0 overs, L van der Westhuizen 52, S Baard 27, C Waiswa 4-30)
    Uganda 61 (17.5 overs, L Klazinga 4-27, C Viljoen 3-16, JJ Smit 2-6)
  • Group B
    Kenya (2) beat Uganda (0) by 47 runs.
    Bay Oval No. 2, Mt Maunganui, 19 January.
    Kenya 253-5 (50.0 overs, A Obanda 80, C Obuya 71, S Tikolo 55*, P Ochan 2-56)
    Uganda 206-8 (50.0 overs, A Mutyagaba 61, P Mukobe 32, F Nsubuga 32*, N Odhiambo 2-46)
  • Group B
    Netherlands (2) beat Papua New Guinea (0) by 130 runs.
    Pukekura Park, New Plymouth, 19 January.
    Netherlands 323-4 (50.0 overs, E Szwarczynski 129*, P Borren 65, W Barresi 56, W Gavera 2-49)
    Papua New Guinea 193 (37.0 overs, J Vare 96, Mudassar Bukhari 3-15, P Seelaar 2-51)
  • Group B
    Kenya (0) lost to Namibia (2) by 2 wickets.
    Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui, 17 January.
    Kenya 186-8 (50.0 overs, S Tikolo 47, Rakep Patel 44, Hiren Varaiya 33, JJ Smit 3-23, C Viljoen 2-34, L Klazinga 2-50)
    Namibia 187-8 (48.5 overs, S Burger 45, JJ Smit 33*, N Scholtz 30, L Onyango 2-29, Hiren Varaiya 2-33, S Tikolo 2-39)
  • Group B
    Papua New Guinea (2) beat Uganda (0) by 9 wickets.
    New Plymouth, 16 January.
    Uganda 105 (35.5 overs, Roger Mukasa 33, Charles Amini 6-19, Mahuru Dai 2-4)
    Papua New Guinea 107-1 (17.0 overs, Lega Siaka 65*, Assad Vala 37*)
  • Group B
    Namibia (2) beat Netherlands (0) by 91 runs.
    Mount Maunganui, 15 January.
    Namibia 253-6 (50.0 overs, G Snyman 74, C Viljoen 46*, C Williams 36, Mudassar Bukhari 3-40, M Swart 2-44)
    Netherlands 162 (36.5 overs, M Rippon 42*, S Myburgh 40, P Borren 29, C Viljoen 4-33, L Klazinga 2-36)
  • Group B
    Uganda (0) lost to Netherlands (2) by 7 wickets.
    At Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui, 13 January.
    Uganda 151 (46.1 overs, R Mukasa 44, A Mutyagaba 36, M Rippon 4-15, M Swart 2-28, Mudassar Bukhari 2-30)
    Netherlands 155-3 (30.1 overs, W Barresi 61*, P Borren 50)
  • Group B
    Kenya (0) lost to Papua New Guinea (2) by 8 wickets.
    At Pukekura Park, New Plymouth, 13 January.
    Kenya 249-9 (50.0 overs, C Obuya 106, T Odoyo 42*, R Haoda 4-50, Pipi Raho 2-47)
    Papua New Guinea 250-2 (42.5 overs, Assad Vala 105*, Lega Siaka 103)
Reports
Winning coaches looking forward to World Cup
Aqib Javed, Paul Collingwood and Craig Wright have added an extra achievement to their names after steering their sides to the World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.
Isaac congratulates Scotland
ICC President Alan Isaac has congratulated Scotland for winning the WCQ after they defeated 1994 champions UAE in the final by 41 runs.
Final World Cup groups confirmed
Scotland will join Pool A of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 after recording a 41-runs victory over the United Arab Emirates to win the ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier New Zealand 2014.
Scotland lift Trophy
A century by Preston Mommsen saw Scotland recover from a shaky start to win the World Cup Qualifier final defeating the UAE by 41 runs.
Nasir Aziz warned against bowling doosras
The ICC today announced that the UAE's Nasir Aziz has been warned against bowling doosras in international cricket following analysis of his bowling action.
World Cup Qualifier Final preview
Scotland and the UAE will lock horns in the final of the ICC World Cup Qualifier in what will now be an official ODI.
Scotland and UAE secure qualification
Scotland and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have secured the final two positions in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 after recording victories on the last day of the Super Six stage.
Scotland in dreamland
Scotland's cricketers have today qualified for the biggest event in world cricket, the 2015 World Cup,
Scotland qualify for World Cup
An unbeaten 46 from Rob Taylor saw Scotland defeat Kenya by three wickets with three balls to spare to secure World Cup qualification.
Mommsen stars as Scotland beat PNG
Scotland skipper Preston Mommsen smashed a quick-fire 94 to lead his side to a 52-runs victory over Papua New Guinea.
UAE edge out Kenya
UAE beat Kenya to secure top four finish and put themselves within touching distance of 2015 World Cup.
Netherlands finish on a high
In play-off matches played in the South Island, Netherlands defeated Canada by eight wickets to claim seventh position in the tournament.
Nepal crush Uganda
After posting 240, Sagar Pun (three for 18), Sompal Kami (two for10) and Shakti Gauchan (two for 16) ripped through the Uganda batting lineup to dismiss the side for 80.
Scotland keeps their run going
A match winning performance Preston Mommsen enabled Scotland to make it five wins in a row with a 52 run win against PNG to put them within touching distance of the World Cup.
Hong Kong keep qualification hopes alive
Hong Kong are still in the hunt for the World Cup after beating Namibia.
Four in a row for Scotland
Scotland defeated Namibia by 21 runs after the match was rain interrupted and carried over to the reserve day.
Machan delighted with Scotland win
Post match reaction as a disciplined Scotland side beat Namibia by 21 runs.
Khan stars as UAE thrash PNG
UAE captain Khurram Khan dominates proceedings as his team beat Papua New Guinea.
Scotland and Namibia thwarted by the rain
Scotland and Namibia will have to return on Monday to conclude their match after it was stopped by rain with the game evenly poised.
Kenya beat Hong Kong in rain affected game
Kenya start their Super Six campaign well with a win over Hong Kong.
PNG's Mahuru Dai reprimanded
Mahuru Dai of Papua New Guinea (PNG) has been reprimanded for breaching the ICC Code of Conduct during his side's Super Six match against the United Arab Emirates.
Netherlands extend Nepal's misery
The Netherlands extended Nepal's winless run in the tournament, wrapping up a seven wicket win in 31.5 overs.
PNG and Scotland well placed for World Cup slots
Papua New Guinea and Scotland look favourites as the Super Six phase of WCQ begins in New Zealand.
Khan leads UAE to crucial win against Hong Kong
A rapid-fire 78 from captain Khurram Khan saw the UAE record a 22 run victory over Hong Kong
Scotland cruise into the Super Sixes
A second century in a row by Calum MacLeod saw Scotland thrash Canada by 170 runs to book their place in the Super Sixes.
Siaka century gives PNG maximum Super Six points
A second century of the tournament by Lega Siaka ensures that Papua New Guinea go through to the Super Six with maximum points.
Explosive Kenya sink Dutch dreams
Pre-tournament favourites the Netherlands were sent crashing out of the World Cup Qualifier by a blitzkreig Kenyan batting dislplay.
Canada and Namibia register victories
Post match reaction following Canada's win against Nepal and Namibia's victory over Uganda.
Canada edge out Nepal
Raza-ur-Rehman scored an 87-ball 89, before Khurram Chohan took four wickets, as Canada registered its first win of the tournament, beating Nepal by 12 runs in a curtailed Group A match at Christchurch.
Namibia make it a hat-trick of wins
A fine bowling performance led by Louis Klazinga, who took 4 for 27, helped Namibia register a comprehensive 100-run win against Uganda.
Scotland fined for slow over rate
Scotland has been fined for maintaining a slow over-rate during its group stage match against the United Arab Emirates.
Post match reaction
Post match reaction following a crucial day in the qualifying tournament,
MacLeod shines for Scotland
An opening partnership of 178 between Calum MacLeod and Matthew Cross set up victory over the UAE in a rain shortened match.
Kenya pick up first win
Kenya record their first win at the World Cup Qualifier, beating old rivals Uganda.
Hong Kong end Nepal's World Cup hopes
Nepal's dream of qualifying for their first World Cup ends at the hands of Hong Kong.
Szwarczynski stars as Dutch trounce PNG
An unbeaten 129 from Eric Szwarczynski helped the Netherlands secure a 130 run victory over Papua New Guinea.
Smit stars as Namibia edge out Kenya
An all-round effort from 18-year-old JJ Smit has seen Namibia record a nail-biting two wicket victory over Kenya
Irfan hundred speeds Hong Kong to victory
Irfan was part of an unbroken 166-run second-wicket stand with captain Jamie Atkinson helping Hong Kong to its second victory of the tournament after Canada folded for 171.
Easy win for Hong Kong
An Irfan Ahmed century helps Hong Kong cruise to victory over Canada.
Comfortable win for Scotland
Scotland recorded a comfortable 90-run win over Nepal at Queenstown Events Centre in a match delayed by light showers.
Joy of six for Amini
Charles Amini led PNG's attack with a six-wicket haul as Uganda was bowled out for 105.
Khurram Khan reprimanded for code of conduct breaches
UAE captain Khurram Khan has been fined and reprimanded for twice breaching the ICC Code of Conduct during his side's 80 runs victory over Canada.
Hansra century not enough for Canada
A maiden one-day century by Jimmy Hansra isn't enough as Canada struggle against the UAE.
Viljoen stars in Namibian win
Christi Viljoen's all-round performance handed Namibia a 91-run victory against Netherlands.
Wins for UAE and Namibia
Gerrie Snyman and Christi Viljoen star as Namibia shock Netherlands, while strong UAE batting sees them defeat Canada.
Deusdedit Muhumuza reported for a suspect bowling action
Uganda's Deusdedit Muhumuza has been reported for a suspected illegal bowling action.
Ouma and Haoda reprimanded
Kenya's Maurice Ouma and Papua New Guinea's Raymond Haoda have been reprimanded for breaching the ICC Code of Conduct.
Anwar ton helps UAE crush Nepal
Shaiman Anwar scored a 96-ball 109, as the United Arab Emirates beat Nepal by 102 runs.
Rippon rips Uganda apart
Michael Rippon's reaction to his four wicket haul which helped The Netherlands get their WCQ campaign off to the perfect start.
Mommsen century in vain
A hundred by Preston Mommsen on his return from injury was insufficient to see Scotland over the line as they lose to Hong Kong by 17 runs
Vala and Siaka lead PNG to win over Kenya
Aasad Vala and Lega Siaka hit centuries as Papua New Guinea start their campaign with a win.
Netherlands open with win over Uganda
An inspired bowling performance from Michael Rippon and fifties from Wesley Barresi and Peter Borren saw the Netherlands cruise to a seven wicket win in their opening match against Uganda.
Coaches happy with preparation on eve of tournament
Aqib Javed, Paul Collingwood and Pubudu Dassanayake have played crucial roles in the preparation of their respective sides for the WCQ which begins on Monday with four matches.
Scotland record second warm-up win
Scotland defeat Namibia by 63 runs in the second of their warm-up matches.
UAE send Netherlands to second defeat
The Netherlands slumped to a second defeat in the warm-ups to the world cup qualifier today, The UAE recording an effortless six wicket win.
Wins for PNG, Kenya and Uganda
Warm-up wins for Papua New Guinea over Hong Kong, Uganda against Canada and Kenya just see off Nepal by one wicket.
Easy win for Scotland
Scotland cruised to victory against Papua New Guinea in their first warm-up match, winning by seven wickets in Christchurch.
Hong Kong, UAE and Namibia record wins
Warm-up wins for Hong Kong, Namibia and the UAE.
Kumar ton drives Canada to win over Netherlands
A maiden one-day international century for Nitish Kumar saw Canada best the Netherlands in their first warm-up match at Mount Maunganui.
Experience vital in World Cup Qualifiers
Leading players from the previous event in 2009 agree that the knowledge gained then will be vital to their sides' success in New Zealand.
Scotland hoping for Wright outcome
Craig Wright has always been one of Scottish cricket's most honest characters and candid analysts, on and off the field.
Run feast for Scotland in warm-up romp
Three out of three for Scotland as they cruise to 142 run win against Canterbury Country.
Netherlands, Kenya and Namibia are front-runners
Second seed Netherlands, fourth seed Kenya and fifth seed Namibia are the front-runners to qualify from Group B.
Deadline looming for Nasir Aziz
UAE off-spinner hit by visa delays as he attempts to travel to Perth to undergo ICC analysis on his suspect action.
Moner blow for Hong Kong
ICC analysis concluded Moner Ahmed action illegal and suspends him from international cricket for 12 months.
Canada, Scotland and UAE look good to progress from Group A
Top seed UAE, third seed Scotland and sixth seed Canada are the three strong contenders looking to qualify for the Super Six stage from Group A.
Kenya, Uganda on tenterhooks
Kenya will be looking tentatively over their shoulders at neighbours Uganda.
Kenya and Papua New Guinea preparing intensively
Steve Tikolo and Chris Amini each describe their team's buildup to the tournament.
Collingwood wants Scotland to be confident
Paul Collingwood says his coaching role with Scotland involves quite a broad spectrum of different jobs.
Netherlands relaxed as World Cup Qualifier approaches
Dutch captain Peter Borren will be returning to his native land where he feels his side have a good chance of success.
Namibia and Uganda chase their dreams
For Sarel Burger of Namibia and Davis Arinaitwe of Uganda qualification for the World Cup would be a dream come true.
Scotland want to reward their supporters
Scottish captain Kyle Coetzer feels his team's recent form and momentum are good.
Canada and UAE brace themselves for a tough tournament
Jimmy Hansra will captain Canada and Khurram Khan will be at the helm for the UAE.
Hong Kong and Nepal expect titanic struggles
Jamie Atkinson and Paras Khadka say every match is a must-win encounter.
The tenth World Cup Qualifier
A look back at the previous nine editions of the World Cup Qualifier - which have produced seven different winners!
All ten squads announced
The ten squads which will compete for two places in the 2015 World Cup have been named.
Photographs
Scotland v UAE, Final (1 February)
Hong Kong v Papua New Guinea (30 January)
Namibia v UAE (30 January)
Kenya v Scotland (30 January)
Hong Kong v Namibia (28 January)
Nepal v Uganda (28 January)
Canada v Netherlands (28 January)
Canada v Uganda (26 January)
Netherlands v Nepal (26 January)
Papua New Guinea v UAE (26 January)
Papua New Guinea v Namibia (23 January)
Scotland v Canada (23 January)
Canada v Nepal (21 January)
Hong Kong v Nepal (19 January)
Kenya v Uganda (19 January)
Canada v Hong Kong (17 January)
Namibia v Kenya (17 January)
UAE v Canada (15 January)
Netherlands v Namibia (15 January)
Kenya v Papua New Guinea (13 January)
Nepal v UAE (13 January)
Scotland v Hong Kong (13 January)
Netherlands v Uganda (13 January)
Squads
Canada flag Canada
  • Jimmy Hansra (captain)
  • Trevin Bastiampillai
  • Harvir Baidwan
  • Khurram Chohan
  • Parth Desai
  • Nikhil Dutta
  • Jeremy Gordon
  • Ruvindu Gunasekara
  • Nitish Kumar
  • Usman Limbada
  • Cecil Pervez
  • Raza Rehman
  • Junaid Siddiqui
  • Zeeshan Siddiqui
  • Hamza Tariq
Hong Kong flag Hong Kong
  • Jamie Atkinson (captain)
  • Tanwir Afzal
  • Irfan Ahmed
  • Nadeem Ahmed
  • Haseeb Amjad
  • Waqas Barkat
  • Mark Chapman
  • Mark Ferguson
  • Babar Hayat
  • Aizaz Khan
  • Nizakat Khan
  • Courtney Kruger
  • Ankur Sharma
  • Manjinder Singh
  • Mark Wright
Kenya flag Kenya
  • Rakep Patel (captain)
  • Ragheb Aga
  • Duncan Allan
  • Irfan Karim
  • Shem Ngoche
  • Alex Obanda
  • Collins Obuya
  • Nehemiah Odhiambo
  • Nelson Odhiambo
  • Thomas Odoyo
  • Lameck Onyango
  • Elijah Otieno
  • Morris Ouma
  • Steve Tikolo
  • Hiren Varaiya
Namibia flag Namibia
  • Sarel Burger (captain)
  • Stephan Baard
  • Jason Davidson
  • Gerhard Erasmus
  • Shalako Groenewald
  • Louis Klazinga
  • JP Kotze
  • Xander Pitchers
  • Bernard Scholtz
  • Nicolaas Scholtz
  • JJ Smit
  • Gerrie Snyman
  • Christi Viljoen
  • LP van der Westhuizen
  • Craig Williams
Nepal flag Nepal
  • Paras Khadka (captain)
  • Pradeep Airee
  • Prithu Baskota
  • Binod Bhandari
  • Mahesh Chhetri
  • Shakti Gauchan
  • Sompal Kami
  • Avinash Karn
  • Subash Khakurel
  • Gyanendra Malla
  • Anil Mandal
  • Jitendra Mukhiya
  • Sagar Pun
  • Basant Regmi
  • Sharad Vesawkar
Netherlands flag Netherlands
  • Peter Borren (captain)
  • Wesley Barresi
  • Mudassar Bukhari
  • Daan van Bunge
  • Atse Buurman
  • Ben Cooper
  • Tim Gruijters
  • Vivian Kingma
  • Ahsan Malik
  • Paul van Meekeren
  • Stephan Myburgh
  • Michael Rippon
  • Pieter Seelaar
  • Michael Swart
  • Eric Szwarczynski
Papua New Guinea flag Papua New Guinea
  • Chris Amini (captain)
  • Charles Amini
  • Mahuru Dai
  • Willie Gavera
  • Raymond Haoda
  • Geraint Jones
  • Chris Kent
  • Jason Kila
  • Vani Morea
  • Pipi Raho
  • Lega Siaka
  • Tony Ura
  • Assad Vala
  • Norman Vanua
  • Jack Vare
Scotland Scotland
  • Kyle Coetzer (captain)
  • Richie Berrington
  • Freddie Coleman
  • Matty Cross
  • Gordon Drummond
  • Gordon Goudie
  • Majid Haq
  • Moneeb Iqbal
  • Michael Leask
  • Matt Machan
  • Calum Macleod
  • Preston Mommsen
  • Safyaan Sharif
  • Rob Taylor
  • Iain Wardlaw
UAE flag UAE
  • Khurram Khan (captain)
  • Amjad Ali
  • Shaiman Anwar
  • Nasir Aziz
  • Salman Faris
  • Manjula Guruge
  • Amjad Javed
  • Rohan Mustafa
  • Muhammad Naveed
  • Swapnil Patil
  • Ahmed Raza
  • Kamran Shahzad
  • Vikrant Shetty
  • Shadeep Silva
  • Chirag Suri
Uganda flag Uganda
  • Davis Arinaitwe (captain)
  • Brian Masaba
  • Deusdedit Muhumuza
  • Roger Mukasa
  • Phillemon Selowa Mukobe
  • Benjamin Musoke
  • Abram Ndhlovu Mutyagaba
  • Frank Nsubuga
  • Patrick Ochan
  • Faruk Ochimi
  • Richard Okia
  • Raymond Otim
  • Almuzahim Hamza Saleh
  • Laurence Sematimba
  • Charles Waiswa
Statistics
Highest Scores
Name Date Opposition Ground Runs
1 CS MacLeod Scotland 23 January Canada Hagley, Christchurch 175
2 PL Mommsen Scotland 01 February UAE Lincoln 139*
3 Khurram Khan UAE 26 January Papua New Guinea Hagley, Christchurch 138
4 W Barresi Netherlands 23 January Kenya Lincoln 137*
5 ES Szwarczynski Netherlands 18 January Papua New Guinea New Plymouth 129*
6 PL Mommsen Scotland 13 January Hong Kong Queenstown 118
7 CS MacLeod Scotland 19 January UAE Queenstown 113
8 L Siaka Papua New Guinea 23 January Namibia Mt Maunganui 2 112*
9 Shaiman Anwar UAE 13 January Nepal Rangiora 109
10 IA Karim Kenya 23 January Netherlands Lincoln 108
11 CO Obuya Kenya 13 January Papua New Guinea New Plymouth 106
12 A Vala Papua New Guinea 13 January Kenya New Plymouth 105*
13 L Siaka Papua New Guinea 13 January Kenya New Plymouth 103
14 AS Hansra Canada 15 January UAE Rangiora 100*
15 Irfan Ahmed Hong Kong 17 January Canada Rangiora 100*

Top Run Aggregates
Name Mts Inn NO Ct St 50s 100s HS Avg Runs
1 Khurram Khan UAE 8 8 - 1 - 4 1 138 72.62 581
2 PL Mommsen Scotland 8 8 2 7 - 2 2 139* 86.67 520
3 CS MacLeod Scotland 8 8 - 3 - - 2 175 50.12 401
4 SP Patil UAE 8 8 1 13 2 2 - 99* 52.00 364
5 Irfan Ahmed Hong Kong 7 7 2 - - 3 1 100* 72.60 363
6 W Barresi Netherlands 6 6 2 6 - 2 1 137* 79.50 318
7 ES Szwarczynski Netherlands 4 4 2 3 - 3 1 129* 158.50 317
8 L Siaka Papua New Guinea 7 7 2 2 - 1 2 112* 61.60 308
9 CO Obuya Kenya 7 7 - 4 - 1 1 106 41.86 293
10 IA Karim Kenya 7 7 - 6 1 1 1 108 40.14 281
11 PW Borren Netherlands 6 6 2 4 - 3 - 65 69.50 278
12 MS Chapman Hong Kong 7 5 - 1 - 3 - 82 54.20 271
13 Raza-ur-Rehman Canada 6 5 - 6 - 2 - 89 52.80 264
14 A Vala Papua New Guinea 7 7 2 3 - 1 1 105* 52.20 261
15 MW Machan Scotland 8 8 - 3 - 2 - 78 32.50 260

Top Strike Rates (180 Runs, 5 Innings)
# Name Mts Inn NO Runs Balls S/Rate
1 PW Borren Netherlands 6 6 2 278 192 144.79
2 L Siaka Papua New Guinea 7 7 2 308 251 122.71
3 CS MacLeod Scotland 8 8 - 401 340 117.94
4 Shaiman Anwar UAE 8 8 - 222 206 107.77
5 MW Machan Scotland 8 8 - 260 256 101.56
6 RD Berrington Scotland 7 7 - 180 183 98.36
7 MH Cross Scotland 8 8 - 250 258 96.90
8 SP Patil UAE 8 8 1 364 384 94.79
9 Khurram Khan UAE 8 8 - 581 633 91.79

Top Wicket Takers
Name Mts Overs M Runs Wd NB 5I 10M BBowl Econ Avg Wkts
1 Haseeb Amjad Hong Kong 7 63.0 3 308 22 - - - 4-33 4.89 15.40 20
2 L Klazinga Namibia 7 50.4 2 268 17 1 1 - 5-36 5.29 14.89 18
3 I Wardlaw Scotland 8 70.1 3 374 17 5 - - 3-32 5.33 23.38 16
4 AM Guruge UAE 8 65.0 5 293 8 - - - 4-39 4.51 18.31 16
5 Khurram Chauhan Canada 6 47.5 3 289 14 2 1 - 5-68 6.04 20.64 14
6 C Viljoen Namibia 7 53.5 3 266 10 1 - - 4-33 4.94 19.00 14
7 SM Sharif Scotland 8 72.2 7 335 14 - - - 4-55 4.63 23.93 14
8 Amjad Javed UAE 8 67.3 3 296 13 5 - - 4-26 4.39 22.77 13
9 WT Gavera Papua New Guinea 7 57.1 2 289 10 1 - - 3-39 5.06 22.23 13
10 RML Taylor Scotland 8 70.1 6 353 19 - - - 3-45 5.03 27.15 13
11 Mudassar Bukhari Netherlands 6 49.0 8 212 6 7 - - 3-15 4.33 17.67 12
12 RM Haq Scotland 8 68.5 5 302 5 - - - 3-52 4.39 27.45 11
13 Mohammad Naveed UAE 7 49.0 2 207 12 2 - - 3-40 4.22 18.82 11

Best Bowling in an Innings
Name Date Opposition Ground Figures
1 CJA Amini Papua New Guinea 16 January Uganda New Plymouth 6-19
2 L Klazinga Namibia 30 January UAE Rangiora 5-36
3 Khurram Chauhan Canada 23 January Scotland Hagley, Christchurch 5-68
4 MJG Rippon Netherlands 13 January Uganda Mount Maunganui 1 4-15
5 Amjad Javed UAE 26 January Papua New Guinea Hagley, Christchurch 4-26
6 L Klazinga Namibia 21 January Uganda Mount Maunganui 1 4-27
7 LN Onyango Kenya 26 January Hong Kong Rangiora 4-29
8 PA Desai Canada 26 January Uganda Mt Maunganui 2 4-29
9 C Waiswa Uganda 21 January Namibia Mount Maunganui 1 4-30
10 C Viljoen Namibia 15 January Netherlands Mt Maunganui 2 4-33
11 Haseeb Amjad Hong Kong 28 January Namibia Rangiora 4-33

Top Economy Rates (8 wickets, 40 overs)
# Name Mts Overs M Runs Wkts BBowl Econ
1 Tanwir Afzal Hong Kong 7 67.3 10 235 10 3-41 3.48
2 CJA Amini Papua New Guinea 7 58.0 4 224 10 6-19 3.86
3 Mohammad Naveed UAE 7 49.0 2 207 11 3-40 4.22
4 B Regmi Nepal 6 52.0 2 223 9 3-43 4.29
5 Mudassar Bukhari Netherlands 6 49.0 8 212 12 3-15 4.33
6 Amjad Javed UAE 8 67.3 3 296 13 4-26 4.39
7 RM Haq Scotland 8 68.5 5 302 11 3-52 4.39
8 Irfan Ahmed Hong Kong 7 57.0 6 255 9 2-29 4.47
9 AM Guruge UAE 8 65.0 5 293 16 4-39 4.51
10 SM Sharif Scotland 8 72.2 7 335 14 4-55 4.63
11 MD Dai Papua New Guinea 7 52.5 3 249 9 3-34 4.71

Highest Partnerships
Name Name Wk Date Opposition Ground Runs
1 MH Cross CS MacLeod 1 Scotland 19 January UAE Queenstown 178
2 Irfan Ahmed JJ Atkinson 2 Hong Kong 17 January Canada Rangiora 166*
3 MS Chapman Nizakat Khan 4 Hong Kong 28 January Namibia Rangiora 155
4 Irfan Ahmed Waqas Barkat 1 Hong Kong 19 January Nepal Rangiora 154*
5 L Siaka A Vala 2 Papua New Guinea 13 January Kenya New Plymouth 154
6 RG Aga IA Karim 2 Kenya 23 January Netherlands Lincoln 148
7 Shaiman Anwar SP Patil 4 UAE 13 January Nepal Rangiora 145
8 MW Machan CS MacLeod 2 Scotland 23 January Canada Hagley, Christchurch 144
9 RD Berrington PL Mommsen 5 Scotland 01 February UAE Lincoln 138
10 ES Szwarczynski W Barresi 2 Netherlands 23 January Kenya Lincoln 136
11 Amjad Ali Khurram Khan 2 UAE 15 January Canada Rangiora 130
12 FRJ Coleman CS MacLeod 4 Scotland 23 January Canada Hagley, Christchurch 118
13 W Barresi ES Szwarczynski 2 Netherlands 18 January Papua New Guinea New Plymouth 116
14 AA Obanda CO Obuya 3 Kenya 18 January Uganda Mt Maunganui 2 112
15 Amjad Ali Khurram Khan 2 UAE 30 January Namibia Rangiora 100

Top Wicket Keeping
Name Mts Byes Catch Stump Total
1 MH Cross Scotland 8 2 13 3 16
2 SP Patil UAE 8 8 12 2 14
3 JP Kotze Namibia 6 4 11 2 13
4 MDC Ferguson Hong Kong 7 3 12 - 12
5 Hamza Tariq Canada 6 9 6 1 7
6 JK Vare Papua New Guinea 7 2 7 - 7
7 W Barresi Netherlands 6 2 6 - 6

Top Catches by Fielders
Name Mts Catches
1 JJ Atkinson Hong Kong 7 8
2 PL Mommsen Scotland 8 7
3 C Viljoen Namibia 7 6
4 Rohan Mustafa UAE 8 6
5 Raza-ur-Rehman Canada 6 6
6 RM Haq Scotland 8 5
7 MAA Jamil Netherlands 6 5
8 RML Taylor Scotland 8 5