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Results
Super Ten Group 1
                            P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
Sri Lanka                   4    3    0    0    1    6     2.23
South Africa                4    3    0    0    1    6     0.08
New Zealand                 4    2    0    0    2    4    -0.68
England                     4    1    0    0    3    2    -0.78
Netherlands                 4    1    0    0    3    2    -0.87
  • Group 1
    Netherlands (2) beat England (0) by 45 runs.
    Chittagong, 31 March.
    Netherlands 133-5 (20.0 overs, W Baressi 48, S Myburgh 39, S Broad 3-24)
    England 88 (17.4 overs, L van Beek 3-9, M Bukhari 3-12)
    Scorecard
  • Group 1
    Sri Lanka (2) beat New Zealand (0) by 59 runs.
    Chittagong, 31 March.
    Sri Lanka 119 (19.2 overs, T Boult 3-20, J Neesham 3-22)
    New Zealand 60 (15.3 overs, K Williamson 42, R Herath 5-3)
  • Group 1
    New Zealand (2) beat Netherlands (0) by 6 wickets.
    Chittagong, 29 March.
    Netherlands 151-4 (20.0 overs, P Borren 49, T Cooper 40*)
    New Zealand 152-4 (19.0 overs, B McCullum 65, T van der Gugten 3-30)
    Scorecard
  • Group 1
    South Africa (2) beat England (0) by 3 runs.
    Chittagong, 29 March.
    South Africa 196-5 (20.0 overs, AB de Villers 69, H Amla 56)
    England 193-7 (50.0 overs, A hales 38, J Buttler 34, R Bopara 31, W Parnell 3-31)
  • Group 1
    South Africa (2) beat Netherlands (0) by 6 runs.
    Chittagong, 27 March.
    South Africa 145-9 (20.0 overs, H Amla 43, Ahsan Malik 5-19)
    Netherlands 139 (18.4 overs, S Myburgh 51, Imran Tahir 4-21)
    Scorecard
  • Group 1
    England (2) beat Sri Lanka (0) by 6 runs.
    Chittagong, 27 March.
    Sri Lanka 189-4 (20.0 overs, M Jayawardene 89, T Dishan 55)
    England 190-4 (19.2 overs, A Hales 116*, E Morgan 57, N Kulasekera 4-32)
  • Group 1
    South Africa (2) beat New Zealand (0) by 2 runs.
    Chittagong, 24 March.
    South Africa 170-6 (20.0 overs, JP Duminy 86*, H Amla 41)
    New Zealand 168-8 (20.0 overs, R Taylor 62, K Williamson 51, D Steyn 4-17)
  • Group 1
    Sri Lanka (2) beat Netherlands (0) by 9 wickets.
    Chittagong, 24 March.
    Netherlands 39 (10.3 overs, A Mendis 3-12, A Mathews 3-16)
    Sri Lanka 40-1 (5.0 overs)
    Scorecard
  • Group 1
    Sri Lanka (2) beat South Africa (0) by 5 runs.
    Chittagong, 22 March.
    Sri Lanka 165-7 (20.0 overs, K Perera 61, A Mathews 43, Imran Tahir 3-26)
    South Africa 160-8 (20.0 overs, JP Duminy 39)
  • Group 1
    New Zealand (2) beat England (0) by 9 runs (DL).
    Chitagong, 22 March.
    England 172-6 (20.0 overs, M Ali 36, M Lumb 33, J Buttler 32)
    New Zealand 52-1 (5.2 overs)
Super Ten Group 2
                            P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
India                       4    4    0    0    0    8     1.28
West Indies                 4    3    0    0    1    6     1.97
Pakistan                    4    2    0    0    2    4    -0.38
Australia                   4    1    0    0    3    2    -0.86
Bangladesh                  4    0    0    0    4    0    -2.07
  • Group 2
    Australia (2) beat Bangladesh (0) by 7 wickets.
    Mirpur, 1 April.
    Bangladesh 153-5 (20.0 overs, Shakib Al Hasan 66, Mushfiqur Rahim 47)
    Australia 158-3 (17.3 overs, A Finch 71, D Warner 48)
  • Group 2
    West Indies (2) beat Pakistan (0) by 84 runs.
    Mirpur, 1 April.
    West Indies 166-6 (20.0 overs, D Bravo 46, D Sammy 42*, L Simmons 31)
    Pakistan 82 (17.5 overs, S Badree 3-10, S Narine 3-16)
  • Group 2
    Pakistan (2) beat Bangladesh (0) by 50 runs.
    Mirpur, 30 March.
    Pakistan 190-5 (20.0 overs, Ahmed Shehzad 111)
    Bangladesh 140-7 (20.0 overs, Shakib Al Hasan 38, Umar Gul 3-30)
  • Group 2
    India (2) beat Australia (0) by 73 runs.
    Mirpur, 30 March.
    India 159-7 (20.0 overs, Yuvraj Singh 60)
    Australia 86 (16.2 overs, R Ashwin 4-11)
  • Group 2
    West Indies (2) beat Australia (0) by 6 wickets.
    Mirpur, 28 March.
    Australia 178-8 (20.0 overs, G Maxwell 45, B Hodge 35)
    West Indies 179-4 (19.4 overs, C Gayle 53, D Sammy 34*)
  • Group 2
    India (2) beat Bangladesh (0) by 8 wickets.
    Mirpur, 28 March.
    Bangladesh 138-7 (20.0 overs, Anamul Haque 44, Mahmidullah 33*, A Mishra 3-26)
    India 141-2 (18.3 overs, V Kohli 57*, R Sharma 56)
  • Group 2
    West Indies (2) beat Bangladesh (0) by 73 runs.
    Mirpur, 25 March.
    West Indies 171-7 (20.0 overs, D Smith 72, C Gayle 48, Al-Amin Hossain 3-21)
    Bangladesh 98 (19.1 overs, S Badree 4-15, K Santokie 3-17)
  • Group 2
    Pakistan (2) beat Australia (0) by 16 runs.
    Mirpur, 23 March.
    Pakistan 191-5 (20.0 overs, Umar Akmal 94, Kamran Akmal 31)
    Australia 175 (20.0 overs, G Maxwell 74, A Finch 65)
  • Group 2
    India (2) beat West Indies (0) by 7 wickets.
    Mirpur, 23 March.
    West Indies 129-7 (20.0 overs, C Gayle 34, R Jadeja 3-48)
    India 130-3 (19.4 overs, R Sharma 62, V Kphli 54)
  • Group 2
    India (2) beat Pakistan (0) by 7 wickets.
    Mirpur, 21 March.
    Pakistan 130-7 (20.0 overs, Umar Akmal 33)
    India 131-3 (18.3 overs, V Kohli 36, S Raina 35*, S Dhawan 30)
Group A
                            P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
Bangladesh                  3    2    0    0    1    4     1.47
Nepal                       3    2    0    0    1    4     0.93
Afghanistan                 3    1    0    0    2    2    -0.98
Hong Kong                   3    1    0    0    2    2    -1.46
Scorecard Nepal beat Afghanistan by 9 runs, 20 March.
Scorecard Hong Kong beat Bangladesh by 2 wickets, 20 March.
Scorecard Afghanistan beat Hong Kong by 7 wickets, 18 March.
Scorecard Bangladesh beat Nepal by 8 wickets, 18 March.
Scorecard Bangladesh beat Afghanistan by 9 wickets, 16 March.
Scorecard Nepal beat Hong Kong by 80 runs, 16 March.
Group B
                            P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
Netherlands                 3    2    0    0    1    4     1.11
Zimbabwe                    3    2    0    0    1    4     0.96
Ireland                     3    2    0    0    1    4    -0.70
UAE                         3    0    0    0    3    0    -1.54
Scorecard Zimbabwe beat UAE by 5 wickets, 21 March.
Scorecard Netherlands beat Ireland by 6 wickets, 21 March.
Scorecard Zimbabwe beat Netherlands by 5 wickets, 19 March.
Scorecard Ireland beat UAE by 21 runs (D/L), 19 March.
Scorecard Ireland beat Zimbabwe by 3 wickets, 17 March.
Scorecard Netherlands beat UAE by 6 wickets, 17 March.
Reports & Articles
Tonight doesn't feel like an upset: Borren
Netherlands captain says it wasn't a complete surprise that the side beat an established nation in England, given the way it had played through the ICC World Twenty20
Stirring win gives Netherlands double delight
England loses to the Netherlands for second time in ICC World Twenty20 history, bowled out for 88 to go down by 45 runs
Match winners the key
Niall O'Brien gives his views on the ongoing T20 World Cup.
New Zealand keep cool to see off Dutch
Brendan McCullum guided his side to a six wicket win with an over to spare over the Netherlands who, despite a determined effort with bat and ball, were never quite able to wrest control of the game from New Zealand.
We should have won comfortably
Netherlands captain Peter Borren says poor decision making led to loss against South Africa, but the team can take some positives out of defeat.
Tahir spins South Africa to nervy win
Set target of 146, Netherlands falters after starting well to fall six runs short in tight finish.
Dutch dragged back down to Earth by Sri Lanka
Records were falling again today, but the boot was on the other foot for the Netherlands as a ruthless Sri Lanka attack scythed through the Dutch line-up for just 39 runs - a total that took just 30 balls to overhaul.
Reality bites for Ireland
Instead of going back to our hotel in Sylhet and embracing those we have celebrated with over the years, we go back to see a strong core of Dutch fans cheering their heroes on after a stunning victory.
Dutch masterclass sees Ireland crash out
Ireland's campaign to reach the Super 10's came apart at the seams amid a storm of sixes and fours from the bats of their fellow associates The Netherlands.
Ireland left stunned by Dutch blitzkrieg
Ireland crashed out of the ICC World Twenty20 following an amazing onslaught from the Netherlands batsmen who chased down 190 to win in just 13.5 overs.
Dutch assault produces fantastic victory
Stephan Myburgh, Wesley Barresi and Tom Cooper led an assault that crushed both Irish and Zimbabwean hopes of reaching the Super Tens.
Borren expresses his pride at qualifying
It's sunk in that we have qualified, but I will probably replay those 14 overs in my head a few times, says Dutch captain
Ireland hopeful on Stirling fitness
Ireland physio Andrew Dunne is happy that Paul Stirling's injury was not as bad as feared.
Hong Kong stun Bangladesh in thriller
Hong Kong beat Bangladesh in a low scoring game that went down to the last over.
Nepal end 10 year wait for win over Afghanistan
Nepal beat Afghanistan for the first time in 10 years.
Ireland cruise past UAE
Ireland took a step closer to Super Ten qualification with a thoroughly convincing 21 run (D/L) win against the UAE in Sylhet.
Ireland too strong for UAE
Ireland record a comfortable win in Sylhet and now face the Netherlands in a crunch clash on Friday.
Netherlands take Zimbabwe to the line
The Netherlands narrowly missed out on a third full member scalp in T20 internationals, as Zimbabwe scraped a 5 wicket last ball win.
Nepal defeated by Bangladesh
Bangladesh record their second win of the tournament, beating Nepal by 8 wickets.
Afghanistan keep hopes alive with Hong Kong win
Mohammad Shahzad and Shafiqullah star as Afghanistan beat Hong Kong.
Ireland delivers yet again
Ireland celebrated St. Patricks Day with a victory over Test side Zimbabwe in Bangladesh in a finish that rivalled the tension of Saturday's nail biting Six Nations win in Paris.
Cooper Sr shines as Dutch cruise past UAE
Tom Cooper announced his arrival in Bangladesh by claiming two critical wickets and striking 34* from 26 to see the Netherlands beat the UAE by 6 wickets.
Ireland beat Zimbabwe in last ball thriller
Ireland gave themselves a real chance of qualifying for the T20 World Super 10's with a sensational win over Zimbabwe.
Tim Gruitjers speaks out on YouTube
The young Dutch player accuses his team's coaching staff of cheating and trying to hoodwink the ICC in order to bring Tom Cooper into their squad in his place for the World T20.
Nepal thump Hong Kong and top group A
Nepal beat Hong Kong by 80 runs and top group A after the opening days play in Bangladesh.
Afghanistan defeated in tournament opener
Hosts Bangladesh beat Afghanistan by 9 wickets in the first game of the tournament.
T20 World Cup kicks off
On Sunday morning Afghanistan gets the fifth ICC World T20 finals underway when they take on the host nation Bangladesh.
Porterfield seeking batting improvement
Ireland Captain William Porterfield was fulsome in his praise of Bangladesh's dynamic duo of Shakib Al Hasan, 58 not out and Mushfiqur Rahim 59 not out for their brilliant batting.
Simmons upbeat despite Bangladesh reverse
Simmons was also full of praise for the batting display of the Bangladesh team, calling it one of the best batting displays he had seen against Ireland.
Tom Cooper joins Dutch squad
Cooper replaces the injured Tim Gruijters in the Netherlands squad for the tournament.
Ireland mauled by Tigers
Ireland were given a timely reminder of what will be needed to make the Super 10's group stages of the T20 World Cup when they were comfortably beaten in their final warm-up game by Bangladesh.
Hong Kong's Amjad dismantles Dutch
The Netherlands endured their second warm-up defeat, losing to Hong Kong by 27 runs as Haseeb Amjad claimed six wickets.
Easy win for UAE in Nepal warm-up
UAE complete a straightforward win over Nepal in their final warm-up game.
Afghans on losing side in high scoring warm up
Afghanistan score 168 against Zimbabwe, but lose by 7 wickets.
Dockrell happy with morale boosting win
Ireland young `Senior Spinner' George Dockrell was delighted with the win against a determined Nepal outfit who took the match all the way to the last over.
Porterfield satisfied with tough work-out
Ireland captain William Porterfield was delighted with Ireland's keenly contested victory over Nepal.
Wilson delighted with warm-up win
Ireland's Gary Wilson was delighted to chase down a tricky score on a less than friendly wicket against Nepal.
Ireland edge out Nepal by five wickets
Ireland's warm up programme got off to a solid start in Fatullah with a five wicket win over Nepal.
Hong Kong beat Zimbabwe in warm-up
In the first match between the sides in over 30 years, Hong Kong upset Zimbabwe in a World Twenty20 warm-up.
UAE defeated in first warm-up
UAE are defeated by Bangladesh in their first World Twenty20 warm-up match.
Afghanistan best Netherlands in Warm-Up
The Netherlands sank to a 36 run defeat in their curtailed warm-up match against Afghanistan.
Stirling backing Ireland to succeed
Stirling looks to experienced opening partnership to set the tone for Irish assault on World Cup T20 in Bangladesh.
Boom Boom O'Brien looking to launch Ireland
Ireland's Kevin O'Brien is looking forward to represent his country for the sixth time on the world stage.
Dutch Squad arrives in Bangladesh
The Netherlands team has arrived in Chittagong ahead of the ICC World Twenty20.
Match officials panel named
The ICC has announced the match officials for the tournament.
Squads named for World Twenty20
The ICC has announced 15 of the 16 men's squads for the World Twenty20 in Bangladesh.
Qualifiers put final touches on preparation
High performance camp for six teams commences in the UAE.
Squads
Afghanistan flag Afghanistan
  • Mohammad Nabi (captain)
  • Asghar Stanikzai
  • Dawlat Zadran
  • Gulbadin Naib
  • Hamid Hassan
  • Hamza Hotak
  • Karim Sadiq
  • Mirwais Ashraf
  • Najibullah Taraki
  • Najibullah Zadran
  • Nawroz Mangal
  • Samiullah Shenwari
  • Mohammad Shahzad
  • Shafiqullah
  • Shapoor Zadran
Australia flag Australia
  • George Bailey (captain)
  • Daniel Christian
  • Nathan Coulter-Nile
  • James Faulkner
  • Aaron Finch
  • Brad Haddin
  • Brad Hodge
  • Brad Hogg
  • Mitchell Johnson
  • Glenn Maxwell
  • James Muirhead
  • Mitchell Starc
  • David Warner
  • Shane Watson
  • Cameron White
Bangladesh flag Bangladesh
  • Mushfiqur Rahim (captain)
  • Al-Amin Hossain
  • Anamul Haque
  • Farhad Reza
  • Mahmudullah
  • Mashrafe Mortaza
  • Mominul Haque
  • Nasir Hossain
  • Abdur Razzak
  • Rubel Hossain
  • Sabbir Rahman
  • Shamsur Rahman
  • Shakib Al Hasan
  • Sohag Gazi
  • Tamim Iqbal
England flag England
  • Stuart Broad (captain)
  • Ian Bell
  • Ravi Bopara
  • Tim Bresnan
  • Jos Buttler
  • Jade Dernbach
  • Alex Hales
  • Chris Jordan
  • Michael Lumb
  • Moeen Ali
  • Eoin Morgan
  • Stephen Parry
  • James Tredwell
  • Chris Woakes
  • Luke Wright
Hong Kong flag Hong Kong
  • Jamie Atkinson (captain)
  • Aizaz Khan
  • Mark Chapman
  • Ehsan Nawaz
  • Haseeb Amjad
  • Babar Hayat
  • Irfan Ahmed
  • Roy Lamsam
  • Munir Dar
  • Nadeem Ahmed
  • Najeeb Amar
  • Nizakat Khan
  • Kinchit Shah
  • Tanwir Afzal
  • Waqas Barkat
India flag India
  • Mahendra Singh Dhoni (captain)
  • Varun Aaron
  • Stuart Binny
  • Shikhar Dhawan
  • Ravindra Jadeja
  • Virat Kohli
  • Bhuvneshwar Kumar
  • Amit Mishra
  • Ajinkya Rahane
  • Ravichandran Ashwin
  • Suresh Raina
  • Mohammad Shami
  • Mohit Sharma
  • Rohit Sharma
  • Yuvraj Singh
Ireland flag Ireland
  • William Porterfield (captain)
  • Alex Cusack
  • George Dockrell
  • Ed Joyce
  • Andy McBrine
  • Tim Murtagh
  • Kevin O’Brien
  • Niall O’Brien
  • Andrew Poynter
  • James Shannon
  • Max Sorensen
  • Paul Stirling
  • Stuart Thompson
  • Gary Wilson
  • Craig Young
Nepal Nepal
  • Paras Khadka (captain)
  • Pradeep Airee
  • Prithu Baskota
  • Binod Bhandari
  • Naresh Budhaayer
  • Shakti Gauchan
  • Sompal Kami
  • Anil Mandal
  • Subash Khakurel
  • Gyanendra Malla
  • Jitendra Mukhiya
  • Sagar Pun
  • Basant Regmi
  • Sharad Vesawkar
  • Rahul Vishwakarma
Netherlands flag Netherlands
  • Peter Borren (captain)
  • Wesley Barresi
  • Logan van Beek
  • Mudassar Bukhari
  • Ben Cooper
  • Tom Cooper
  • Timm van der Gugten
  • Tom Heggelman
  • Vivian Kingma
  • Ahsan Malik
  • Stephan Myburgh
  • Michael Rippon
  • Pieter Seelaar
  • Michael Swart
  • Eric Szwarczynski
New Zealand flag New Zealand
  • Brendon McCullum (captain)
  • Corey Anderson
  • Trent Boult
  • Anton Devcich
  • Martin Guptill
  • Ronnie Hira
  • Mitchell McClenaghan
  • Nathan McCullum
  • Kyle Mills
  • Colin Munro
  • James Neesham
  • Luke Ronchi
  • Tim Southee
  • Ross Taylor
  • Kane Williamson
Pakistan flag Pakistan
  • Mohammad Hafeez (captain)
  • Ahmed Shehzad
  • Bilawal Bhatti
  • Junaid Khan
  • Kamran Akmal
  • Saeed Ajmal
  • Shahid Afridi
  • Sharjeel Khan
  • Shoaib Malik
  • Sohaib Maqsood
  • Sohail Tanvir
  • Mohammad Talha
  • Umar Akmal
  • Umar Gul
  • Zulfiqar Babar
South Africa South Africa
  • Francois du Plessis (captain)
  • Quinton de Kock
  • AB de Villiers
  • Farhaan Behardien
  • Hashim Amla
  • JP Duminy
  • Beuran Hendricks
  • Imran Tahir
  • David Miller
  • Albie Morkel
  • Morne Morkel
  • Wayne Parnell
  • Aaron Phangiso
  • Dale Steyn
  • Lonwabo Tsotsobe
 Sri Lanka flag Sri Lanka
  • Dinesh Chandimal (captain)
  • Tillakaratne Dilshan
  • Rangana Herath
  • Mahela Jayawardena
  • Nuwan Kulasekara
  • Suranga Lakmal
  • Lasith Malinga
  • Angelo Mathews
  • Ajantha Mendis
  • Kusal Perera
  • Thisara Perera
  • Seekkuge Prasanna
  • Kumar Sangakkara
  • Sachithra Senanayake
  • Lahiru Thirimanne
UAE UAE
  • Khurram Khan (captain)
  • Ahmed Raza
  • Amjad Ali
  • Amjad Javed
  • Asadullah Shareef
  • Faizan Asif
  • Kamran Shahzad
  • Manjula Guruge
  • Moaaz Qazi
  • Rohan Mustafa
  • Swapnil Patil
  • Rohit Singh
  • Shadeep Silva
  • Shaiman Anwar
  • Vikrant Shetty
West Indies flag West Indies
  • Darren Sammy (captain)
  • Samuel Badree
  • Dwayne Bravo
  • Johnson Charles
  • Sheldon Cottrell
  • Andre Fletcher
  • Chris Gayle
  • Sunil Narine
  • Denesh Ramdin
  • Ravi Rampaul
  • Andre Russell
  • Marlon Samuels
  • Krishmar Santokie
  • Lendl Simmons
  • Dwayne Smith
Zimbabwe flag Zimbabwe
  • Brendan Taylor (captain)
  • Tendai Chatara
  • Elton Chigumbura
  • Tafadzwa Kamungozi
  • Timycen Maruma
  • Hamilton Masakadza
  • Shingi Masakadza
  • Natsai Mushangwe
  • Tinashe Panyangara
  • Sikandar Raza
  • Vusi Sibanda
  • Prosper Utseya
  • Brian Vitori
  • Malcolm Waller
  • Sean Williams
Group A & B Statistics
Highest Individual Scores
Name Date Opposition Ground Runs
1 TLW Cooper NED 19-Mar-2014 Zimbabwe Sylhet 72*
2 Mohammad Shahzad AFG 18-Mar-2014 Hong Kong Chittagong 68
3 SJ Myburgh NED 21-Mar-2014 Ireland Sylhet 63
4 PR Stirling IRE 17-Mar-2014 Zimbabwe Sylhet 60
5 BRM Taylor ZIM 17-Mar-2014 Ireland Sylhet 59
6 AD Poynter IRE 21-Mar-2014 Netherlands Sylhet 57
7 SP Khakurel NEP 20-Mar-2014 Afghanistan Chittagong 56
8 SJ Myburgh NED 17-Mar-2014 United Arab Emirates Sylhet 55
9 E Chigumbura ZIM 21-Mar-2014 United Arab Emirates Sylhet 53*
10 Shafiqullah Shafiq AFG 18-Mar-2014 Hong Kong Chittagong 51*

Top Run Aggregates
Name Mts Inn NO Ct St 50s 100s HS Avg Runs
1 TLW Cooper NED 3 3 2 - - 1 - 72* 151.00 151
2 BRM Taylor ZIM 3 3 - 1 - 1 - 59 41.00 123
3 SJ Myburgh NED 3 3 - - - 2 - 63 39.33 118
4 Anamul Haque BAN 3 3 1 - - - - 44* 56.00 112
5 WTS Porterfield IRE 3 3 1 3 - - - 47 55.50 111
6 Shafiqullah Shafiq AFG 3 3 1 - - 1 - 51* 51.50 103
7 EC Joyce IRE 3 3 - 4 - - - 43 31.00 93
8 S Vesawkar NEP 3 3 - 1 - - - 40 30.33 91
Best Strike Rates
Name Mts Inn NO Runs Balls S/Rate
1 E Chigumbura ZIM 3 3 2 75 36 208.33
2 SJ Myburgh NED 3 3 - 118 60 196.67
3 PR Stirling IRE 3 3 1 75 48 156.25
4 W Barresi NED 3 3 1 76 49 155.10
5 TLW Cooper NED 3 3 2 151 99 152.53
6 AD Poynter IRE 3 3 - 84 58 144.83
7 Shafiqullah Shafiq AFG 3 3 1 103 72 143.06
8 Shakib Al Hasan BAN 3 3 2 81 57 142.11
9 G Malla NEP 3 3 - 83 60 138.33
10 Anamul Haque BAN 3 3 1 112 83 134.94
11 BRM Taylor ZIM 3 3 - 123 92 133.70
12 Shaiman Anwar UAE 3 3 - 68 53 128.30
Top Wicket Takers
Name Mts Overs Maids Runs Wd NB 5I 10M BBowl Econ Avg Wkts
1 MAA Jamil NED 3 11.5 - 72 1 - - - 3-16 6.08 12.00 6
2 Nadeem Ahmed HKG 3 10.3 - 69 2 - - - 4-21 6.57 11.50 6
3 Shakib Al Hasan BAN 3 11.1 - 39 1 - - - 3-8 3.49 6.50 6
4 SP Gauchan NEP 3 11.0 - 74 - - - - 3-9 6.73 14.80 5
5 B Regmi NEP 3 10.0 - 56 - - - - 3-14 5.60 11.20 5
6 T Panyangara ZIM 3 11.0 1 98 1 - - - 4-37 8.91 19.60 5

Best Bowling in an Innings
Name Date Opposition Ground Figures
1 Nadeem Ahmed HKG 20-Mar-2014 Bangladesh Chittagong 4-21
2 T Panyangara ZIM 17-Mar-2014 Ireland Sylhet 4-37
3 Shakib Al Hasan BAN 16-Mar-2014 Afghanistan Sher-e-Bangla Stadium, M 3-8
4 SP Gauchan NEP 16-Mar-2014 Hong Kong Chittagong 3-9
5 Shakib Al Hasan BAN 20-Mar-2014 Hong Kong Chittagong 3-9
6 B Regmi NEP 16-Mar-2014 Hong Kong Chittagong 3-14
7 SC Williams ZIM 21-Mar-2014 United Arab Emirates Sylhet 3-15
8 MAA Jamil NED 17-Mar-2014 United Arab Emirates Sylhet 3-16
9 JK Mukhiya NEP 20-Mar-2014 Afghanistan Chittagong 3-18
10 Nizakat Khan HKG 20-Mar-2014 Bangladesh Chittagong 3-19
11 Haseeb Amjad HKG 16-Mar-2014 Nepal Chittagong 3-25
Best Economy Rates
Name Mts Overs Maids Runs Wkt's BBowl Econ
1 Shakib Al Hasan BAN 3 11.1 - 39 6 3-8 3.49
2 TL Chatara ZIM 3 11.0 - 55 3 2-21 5.00
3 SC Williams ZIM 3 12.0 - 64 4 3-15 5.33
4 B Regmi NEP 3 10.0 - 56 5 3-14 5.60
5 Mohammad Nabi AFG 3 11.0 - 63 3 2-27 5.73
6 MAA Jamil NED 3 11.5 - 72 6 3-16 6.08
7 Al-Amin Hossain BAN 3 10.0 - 61 3 2-17 6.10
8 Nadeem Ahmed HKG 3 10.3 - 69 6 4-21 6.57
9 P Utseya ZIM 3 12.0 - 80 2 2-24 6.67
10 SP Gauchan NEP 3 11.0 - 74 5 3-9 6.73
Highest Partnerships
Wicket Date Opposition Ground Runs
1 AD Poynter KJ O'Brien 4 IRE 21-Mar-2014 Netherlands Sylhet 101
2 PW Borren SJ Myburgh 1 NED 21-Mar-2014 Ireland Sylhet 91
3 P Khadka S Vesawkar 4 NEP 18-Mar-2014 Bangladesh Chittagong 85
4 P Khadka G Malla 3 NEP 16-Mar-2014 Hong Kong Chittagong 80
5 WTS Porterfield PR Stirling 1 IRE 17-Mar-2014 Zimbabwe Sylhet 80
6 EC Joyce WTS Porterfield 1 IRE 19-Mar-2014 United Arab Emirates Sylhet 80
7 SP Khakurel S Vesawkar 4 NEP 20-Mar-2014 Afghanistan Chittagong 76
Tournament Media Guide
Front cover
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