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Scorecard 3rd/4th place playoff - Ireland beat Namibia by 27 runs, 2 November.
Scorecard Final - Netherlands beat Papua New Guinea by 7 wickets, 2 November.
Scorecard 1st Semi-Final - Netherlands beat Ireland by 21 runs, 1 November.
Scorecard 2nd Semi-Final - Papua New Guinea beat Namibia by 18 runs, 1 November.
Scorecard 5th/6th place playoff: Scotland beat Oman by 5 wickets, 31 October.
Scorecard Playoff 3: Scotland beat UAE by 90 runs, 30 October.
Scorecard Playoff 4: Oman beat Hong Kong by 12 runs, 30 October.
Scorecard Playoff 1: Netherlands beat UAE by 8 wickets, 29 October.
Scorecard Playoff 2: Namibia beat Oman by 54 runs, 29 October.
Group A
                        P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
Papua New Guinea        6    5    0    0    1   10     2.09
Netherlands             6    5    0    0    1   10     1.78
Namibia                 6    4    0    0    2    8     1.08
Scotland                6    3    0    0    3    6     0.26
Kenya                   6    2    0    0    4    4    -1.16
Singapore               6    2    0    0    4    4    -1.38
Bermuda                 6    0    0    0    6    0    -2.85
Scorecard Papua New Guinea (2) beat Kenya (0) by 45 runs, 27 October.
Scorecard Scotland (0) lost to Netherlands (2) by 4 wickets, 27 October.
Scorecard Netherlands (2) beat Bermuda (0) by 92 runs, 26 October.
Scorecard Namibia (2) beat Singapore (0) by 87 runs, 26 October.
Scorecard Papua New Guinea (2) beat Singapore (0) by 43 runs, 25 October.
Scorecard Namibia (2) beat Kenya (0) by 87 runs, 25 October.
Scorecard Netherlands (0) lost to Papua New Guinea (2) by 5 wickets, 24 October.
Scorecard Scotland (2) beat Bermuda (0) by 46 runs, 24 October.
Scorecard Namibia (2) beat Bermuda (0) by 6 wickets, 23 October.
Scorecard Kenya (2) beat Singapore (0) by 7 wickets, 23 October.
Scorecard Namibia (2) beat Scotland (0) by 24 runs, 22 October.
Scorecard Netherlands (2) beat Singapore (0) by 5 wickets, 22 October.
Scorecard Scotland (2) beat Papua New Guinea (0) by 4 runs, 21 October.
Scorecard Kenya (2) beat Bermuda (0) by 45 runs, 21 October.
Scorecard Papua New Guinea (2) beat Namibia (0) by 81 runs, 20 October.
Scorecard Bermuda (0) lost to Singapore (2) by 5 wickets, 20 October.
Scorecard Papua New Guinea (2) beat Bermuda (0) by 10 wickets, 19 October.
Scorecard Netherlands (2) beat Namibia (0) by 44 runs, 19 October.
Scorecard Scotland (2) beat Kenya (0) by 31 runs, 19 October.
Scorecard Singapore (2) beat Scotland (0) by 2 runs, 18 October.
Scorecard Netherlands (2) beat Kenya (0) by 30 runs, 18 October.
Group B
                        P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
Ireland                 6    4    0    0    2    8     1.59
Oman                    6    4    0    0    2    8     1.00
UAE                     6    4    0    0    2    8     0.68
Hong Kong               6    3    0    0    3    6     0.48
Canada                  6    3    0    0    3    6     0.24
Jersey                  6    3    0    0    3    6     0.09
Nigeria                 6    0    0    0    6    0    -4.67
Scorecard Nigeria (0) lost to Hong Kong (2) by 5 wickets, 27 October.
Scorecard Jersey (2) beat Oman (0) by 14 runs, 27 October.
Scorecard UAE (2) beat Canada (0) by 14 runs, 27 October.
Scorecard Nigeria (0) lost to Ireland (2) by 8 wickets, 26 October.
Scorecard Jersey (0) lost to Ireland (2) by 8 wickets, 25 October.
Scorecard Canada (0) lost to Oman (2) by 8 wickets, 25 October.
Scorecard Nigeria (0) lost to UAE (2) by 5 wickets, 24 October.
Scorecard Hong Kong (2) beat Canada (0) by 32 runs, 24 October.
Scorecard Nigeria (0) lost to Oman (2) by 7 wickets, 23 October.
Scorecard Canada (2) beat Ireland (0) by 10 runs, 23 October.
Scorecard Hong Kong (2) beat Jersey (0) by 8 runs, 23 October.
Scorecard UAE (0) lost to Jersey (2) by 35 runs, 22 October.
Scorecard UAE (2) beat Hong Kong (0) by 8 wickets, 21 October.
Scorecard Ireland (2) beat Oman (0) by 35 runs, 21 October.
Scorecard Canada (2) beat Nigeria (0) by 50 runs, 21 October.
Scorecard Canada (2) beat Jersey (0) by 53 runs, 20 October.
Scorecard Hong Kong (0) lost to Oman (2) by 7 wickets, 20 October.
Scorecard Jersey (2) beat Nigeria (0) by 69 runs, 19 October.
Scorecard Ireland (0) lost to UAE (2) by 5 wickets, 19 October.
Scorecard Hong Kong (0) lost to Ireland (2) by 8 wickets, 18 October.
Scorecard UAE (0) lost to Oman (2) by 7 wickets, 18 October.
Reports
Ireland bowlers squeeze Namibia Ireland bowlers squeeze Namibia ZZZZ7:04 amZZZZ
Ireland's bowlers starred as they combined to ensure a modest total was defended with ease.
Netherlands win the trophy Netherlands win the trophy ZZZZ7:02 amZZZZ
Netherlands took the title as they beat Papua New Guinea by seven wickets.
Job-done but old concerns remain Job-done but old concerns remain ZZZZ5:34 amZZZZ
Ireland duly finished the World Cup Qualifier with a win, their fifth in eight games. The ticket for Australia was secured last weekend so the job-done box was ticked, but the old concerns refuse to go away, even in victory.
ICC name team of the tournament ICC name team of the tournament ZZZZ3:03 amZZZZ
The official team of the tournament below celebrates the top performers from the competition which includes the likes of Paul Stirling, Ryan ten Doeschate, Norman Vanua and Player of the Tournament Gerhard Erasmus.
The game no-one wants The game no-one wants ZZZZ3:01 amZZZZ
ITíS the match no one wants to play in, but Ireland have an incentive to win the third/fourth-place play-off against Namibia (10.10am GMT) at the T20 World Cup qualifiers ó they will probably avoid the Netherlands in their round-robin group at the finals in Australia next year.
Much room for improvement as Ireland beaten by Dutch Much room for improvement as Ireland beaten by Dutch ZZZZ1:45 amZZZZ
GARY WILSON was given another good indicator of just how much his young team will have to improve in the 12 months before the T20 World Cup finals as Ireland lost to the Netherlands by 21 runs in the semi-finals of the qualifiers in Dubai.
Ireland and Namibia fall in the semi-finals Ireland and Namibia fall in the semi-finals ZZZZ2:24 pmZZZZ
Captain Pieter Seelaar and all-rounder Roelof van der Merwe guided the Netherlands to the final where they will play Papua New Guinea.
Scotland and Oman on the way to Australia Scotland and Oman on the way to Australia ZZZZ9:12 amZZZZ
Scotland and Oman are through to the "first round" in Australia.
Adair relishing Dutch challenge Adair relishing Dutch challenge ZZZZ5:32 pmZZZZ
SCOTLAND and Oman completed the six qualifiers for next yearís T20 World Cup with victories in the final play-off games in Dubai.
Netherlands and Namibia qualify Netherlands and Namibia qualify ZZZZ12:04 amZZZZ
The Dutch and the Namibians are celebrating after securing their places in Australia.
Back on the global stage Back on the global stage ZZZZ1:09 amZZZZ
Ireland are back on the global stage after the unpredictable results at the T20 World Cup qualifying tournament continued until the end of the group games.
Dutch join the party Dutch join the party ZZZZ1:53 amZZZZ
Ireland will meet Netherlands in the first semi-final of the T20 World Cup qualifying tournament after the Dutch became the third team to make next yearís finals with an eight wickets win over UAE in Dubai.
McCarthy replaces Delany in Ireland squad McCarthy replaces Delany in Ireland squad ZZZZ9:04 pmZZZZ
Pembroke all-rounder Barry McCarthy has been called up as a replacement for David Delany who suffered a knee injury during Ireland's win against Jersey on Friday.
Magnificent Adair makes his mark Magnificent Adair makes his mark ZZZZ8:51 pmZZZZ
Standing at the top of his run-up in early May, about to open the bowling against England on a bitter day in Malahide, Mark Adair must have considered himself a fortunate man.
Papua New Guinea and Ireland book tickets to Australia Papua New Guinea and Ireland book tickets to Australia ZZZZ8:44 amZZZZ
Papua New Guinea and Ireland have secured their place in the "first round" of the T20 World Cup.
Ireland crush Nigeria Ireland crush Nigeria ZZZZ12:39 amZZZZ
Ireland trounced Nigeria by 8 wickets in just 6.1 overs to boost their NRR and go top of Group B - if only for 24 hours.
Netherlands and Namibia secure play-off spots Netherlands and Namibia secure play-off spots ZZZZ11:46 amZZZZ
The Netherlands and Namibia are in the play-offs at the T20 World Cup Qualifier.
Ireland brush aside Nigeria Ireland brush aside Nigeria ZZZZ9:01 pmZZZZ
Ireland are one win away from confirming their place at the T20 World Cup in Australia next year after completing the formality of beating Nigeria in their last group game at the qualifying tournament in Abu Dhabi.
Group stage heads towards conclusion Group stage heads towards conclusion ZZZZ12:06 amZZZZ
The group stage of the T20 Qualifier continued today with wins for Papua New Guinea, Namibia and Oman.
Ireland in must-win territory now Ireland in must-win territory now ZZZZ4:09 amZZZZ
Ireland captain Gary Wilson has conceded that Ireland are in must-win territory if they are to qualify for next yearís T20 World Cup, starting with this morningís game against Jersey at the Abu Dhabi Oval.
Adair fires Ireland to win over Jersey Adair fires Ireland to win over Jersey ZZZZ1:22 amZZZZ
MARK ADAIR starred with the ball as Ireland thrashed Jersey by eight wickets in Abu Dhabi to ensure themselves of at least two chances of qualifying for the T20 World Cup finals in Australia next year.
Rollercoaster qualifier continues Rollercoaster qualifier continues ZZZZ11:13 amZZZZ
The unpredictable T20 World Cup Qualifier continues in the UAE, with Bermuda the first team eliminated from contention.
Bowling actions of Kumar, Sole and Abioye found to be illegal Bowling actions of Kumar, Sole and Abioye found to be illegal ZZZZ6:24 amZZZZ
Selladore Kumar of Singapore, Tom Sole of Scotland and Abiodun Abioye of Nigeria have been suspended from bowling in international cricket.
Bermudian receives suspension Bermudian receives suspension ZZZZ2:39 pmZZZZ
Deunte Darrell will miss Bermuda's next match after he was found guilty of breaching Level 2 of the ICC Code of Conduct.
Too close to call after day six Too close to call after day six ZZZZ11:28 amZZZZ
The T20 Qualifier is finely poised heading into the business end of the first round.
Ireland slump to Canada loss Ireland slump to Canada loss ZZZZ8:47 pmZZZZ
Ireland's hopes of topping the group look over after their second defeat, losing to Canada by 10 runs.
Ireland loss leaves no margin for error Ireland loss leaves no margin for error ZZZZ6:40 pmZZZZ
IRELAND will have to win all their remaining games in the UAE if they are to achieve captain Gary Wilsonís objective of winning the T20 World Cup qualifying tournament.
Balbirnie returns for Ireland Balbirnie returns for Ireland ZZZZ4:47 amZZZZ
Andrew Balbirnie resumes his place in the Ireland team which must beat Canada today if they are top Group B.
Jersey surprise hosts; Netherlands claim group A lead Jersey surprise hosts; Netherlands claim group A lead ZZZZ9:48 amZZZZ
Possibly the biggest win in Jersey's cricket history as they beat the UAE, whilst the Netherlands go top of Group A after beating Singapore.
Namibia stun Scotland Namibia stun Scotland ZZZZ6:24 amZZZZ
Namibia kept their qualification hopes alive with a fully deserved 24-run win over a Scotland side that began the competition as tournament favourites.
Delany delivers for Ireland Delany delivers for Ireland ZZZZ12:38 amZZZZ
GARETH DELANY smashed a career-best 89 from 49 balls in Abu Dhabi and followed up with 2-29 to claim the man-of-the-match award as Ireland thrashed bogey side Oman by 35 runs to get their T20 World Cup qualifying campaign back on track.
Papua New Guinea and Canada top after day four Papua New Guinea and Canada top after day four ZZZZ10:52 amZZZZ
Papua New Guinea and Canada are top of their respective groups after four days play in the UAE.
Ireland need Oman win Ireland need Oman win ZZZZ7:41 amZZZZ
UNLESS Ireland defeat Oman in their third Group B game at the T20 World Cup qualifying tournament today they will almost certainly have to go through the play-off route next week to reach the finals in Australia.
Ireland get campaign back on track with Oman win Ireland get campaign back on track with Oman win ZZZZ8:46 pmZZZZ
IRELAND got their T20 World Cup qualifying campaign back on track when they ended Omanís eight-match winning run in the shortest format with a convincing 35 runs victory.
Another Singapore thriller highlights day three Another Singapore thriller highlights day three ZZZZ8:41 amZZZZ
Another close Singapore win is the highlight of day three in the UAE. Papua New Guinea, Canada and Oman also win.
Jersey hammer Nigeria Jersey hammer Nigeria ZZZZ11:04 pmZZZZ
Jersey got their campaign off to a winning start with an emphatic 69-run win against Nigeria at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi.
Easy wins for PNG, Netherlands and Scotland Easy wins for PNG, Netherlands and Scotland ZZZZ10:49 amZZZZ
Papua New Guinea, Netherlands and Scotland all record straightforward wins on day two in the UAE.
Ireland crushed by UAE Ireland crushed by UAE ZZZZ10:46 pmZZZZ
A superb all-round display by Rohan Mustafa saw hosts UAE trounce Ireland in a one-sided contest in Abu Dhabi.
Singapore surprise Scots; Dutch beat Kenya; hosts defeated Singapore surprise Scots; Dutch beat Kenya; hosts defeated ZZZZ9:56 amZZZZ
A roundup of the other action on the opening day of the T20 World Cup Qualifier.
Ireland cruise past Hong Kong Ireland cruise past Hong Kong ZZZZ7:32 amZZZZ
Half centuries from Andrew Balbirnie and Paul Stirling helped Ireland to an emphatic eight-wicket win against Hong Kong in their opening clash in Abu Dhabi.
Group B prospects Group B prospects ZZZZ3:09 amZZZZ
Group B contains Canada, Hong Kong, Ireland, Jersey, Nigeria, Oman and UAE.
Group A prospects Group A prospects ZZZZ3:06 amZZZZ
Group A contains Bermuda, Kenya, Namibia, Netherlands, Papua New Guinea, Scotland and Singapore
All you need to know All you need to know ZZZZ2:31 amZZZZ
Here's a quick guide to the qualifying tournament.
UAE captain among four players charged under anti-corruption code UAE captain among four players charged under anti-corruption code ZZZZ6:43 amZZZZ
Mohammad Naveed is among four UAE cricketers charged with 13 counts of breaching anti-corruption rules and provisionally suspended.
Ireland take positives despite last-ball defeat Ireland take positives despite last-ball defeat ZZZZ8:20 amZZZZ
Ireland lost two wickets to the final two balls to go down by one run to Scotland in their final warm-up game ahead of the T20 World Cup qualifying tournament.
Second day of warm-up matches Second day of warm-up matches ZZZZ2:53 pmZZZZ
There were wins for Namibia, Jersey, Canada, Oman, Scotland, Hong Kong and UAE.
Impressive warm-up from the Irish Impressive warm-up from the Irish ZZZZ5:35 amZZZZ
Ireland's victory over Netherlands was one of their most impressive for some time.
First day of warm-up matches First day of warm-up matches ZZZZ1:39 pmZZZZ
Jersey defeat Kenya, Ireland win against the Netherlands and Scotland go down to the UAE.
Group B captains speak of their chances Group B captains speak of their chances ZZZZ9:39 amZZZZ
The seven captains of the teams in Group B speak about their teams' prospects.
Group A captains enthusiastic ahead of tournament Group A captains enthusiastic ahead of tournament ZZZZ9:37 amZZZZ
The seven captains of the teams in Group A were interviewed in Dubai.
Ireland hoping Delany can deliver Ireland hoping Delany can deliver ZZZZ8:25 pmZZZZ
Having missed out on the last two Menís T20 World Cups, there is a certain urgency about Ireland as they kick off the qualifying tournament against Hong Kong in Abu Dhabi on Friday.
Trophy unveiled in Abu Dhabi Trophy unveiled in Abu Dhabi ZZZZ10:18 amZZZZ
The captains of all 14 participating teams met the UAE Minister of Culture, Youth, and Social Development.
Top performances at previous T20 World Cup Qualifiers Top performances at previous T20 World Cup Qualifiers ZZZZ4:05 amZZZZ
A look back at some of the outstanding individual performances from previous editions of the qualifiers.
Famous matches from past T20 World Cup Qualifiers Famous matches from past T20 World Cup Qualifiers ZZZZ4:02 amZZZZ
The past five editions of the event have seen some exhilarating performances.
Ireland stick with winning squad Ireland stick with winning squad ZZZZ2:55 pmZZZZ
THE Ireland selectors have backed the 15 players who won the recent Tri-Series to take them to T20 World Cup finals in Australia next year.
Bermuda to be led by Dion Stovell Bermuda to be led by Dion Stovell ZZZZ7:47 amZZZZ
The Bermuda Cricket Board has announced the squad for the World Cup Qualifier.
Hong Kong revise their squad Hong Kong revise their squad ZZZZ7:46 amZZZZ
Babar Hayat, Ehsan Nawaz, Tanveer Ahmed have made themselves unavailable for the tournament.
Jersey are 'strong, balanced, dynamic' Jersey are 'strong, balanced, dynamic' ZZZZ7:44 amZZZZ
Ben Stevens and Jake Dunford are included after missing the island's recent win over Guernsey.
Oman squad is named Oman squad is named ZZZZ7:43 amZZZZ
Six-hitters Muhammed Naseem Khushi and Mehran Khan return to the team.
Scotland to prepare in Durban Scotland to prepare in Durban ZZZZ7:42 amZZZZ
The national selectors have named Scotland's squad for the T20 World Cup Qualifier.
UAE announces side for T20 World Cup Qualifiers UAE announces side for T20 World Cup Qualifiers ZZZZ7:41 amZZZZ
Emirates Cricket Board has announced the team that will represent the UAE.
Ryan Campbell announces Dutch squad Ryan Campbell announces Dutch squad ZZZZ7:39 amZZZZ
Netherlands head coach Ryan Campbell has announced his 15-man squad.
Tournament schedule is announced Tournament schedule is announced ZZZZ9:06 amZZZZ
Scotland and The Netherlands are in Group A while Ireland and Jersey are placed in Group B.
Photographs
Netherlands v Papua New Guinea (2 November)
Ireland v Namibia (2 November)
Namibia v PNG (1 November)
Netherlands v Ireland (1 November)
Scotland v Oman (1 November)
Hong Kong v Oman (30 October)
Scotland v UAE (30 October)
Namibia v Oman (29 October)
Netherlands v UAE (29 October)
UAE v Canada (27 October)
Kenya v PNG (27 October)
Jersey v Oman (27 October)
Hong Kong v Nigeria (27 October)
Netherlands v Scotland (27 October)
Namibia v Singapore (26 October)
Netherlands v Bermuda (26 October)
Ireland v Nigeria (26 October)
Papua New Guinea v Singapore (25 October)
Ireland v Jersey (25 October)
Scotland v Bermuda (24 October)
Netherlands v Papua New Guinea (24 October)
Jersey v Hong Kong (23 October)
Bermuda v Namibia (23 October)
Oman v Nigeria (23 October)
Ireland v Canada (23 October)
Kenya v Singapore (23 October)
Jersey v UAE (22 October)
Netherlands v Singapore (22 October)
Scotland v Namibia (22 October)
Bermuda v Kenya (21 October)
Canada v Nigeria (21 October)
Ireland v Oman (21 October)
UAE v Hong Kong (21 October)
Scotland v PNG (21 October)
Hong Kong v Oman (20 October)
Bermuda v Singapore (20 October)
Namibia v Papua New Guinea (20 October)
Canada v Jersey (20 October)
Ireland v UAE (19 October)
Scotland v Kenya (19 October)
Jersey v Nigeria (19 October)
Netherlands v Namibia (19 October)
Bermuda v Papua New Guinea (19 October)
Oman v UAE (18 October)
Hong Kong v Ireland (18 October)
Kenya v Netherlands (18 October)
Scotland v Singapore (18 October)
Canada v Kenya, warm-up match (15 October)
UAE v Papua New Guinea, warm-up match (15 October)
Bermuda v Hong Kong, warm-up match (15 October)
Jersey v Singapore, warm-up match (15 October)
Ireland v Scotland, warm-up match (15 October)
The Netherlands v Oman, warm-up match (15 October)
Ireland v The Netherlands, warm-up match (14 October)
Bermuda v Nigeria, warm-up match (14 October)
Scotland v UAE, warm-up match (14 October)
Jersey v Kenya, warm-up match (14 October)
Captains press conference Group B (13 October)
Captains press conference Group A (12 October)
Captains at the unveiling of the trophy (11 October)
Statistics
Top Run Aggregates
Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave BF SR 100 50 0 4s 6s Runs
1 PR Stirling IRE 8 8 1 291 72 41.57 215 135.35 - 3 - 35 6 291
2 MG Erasmus NAM 9 9 2 268 72 38.29 195 137.44 - 3 - 21 11 268
3 Jatinder Singh OMN 9 9 2 267 68* 38.14 199 134.17 - 2 1 33 3 267
4 BN Cooper NED 9 9 1 246 58 30.75 221 111.31 - 1 1 22 5 246
5 NR Kumar CAN 6 6 1 245 83 49.00 163 150.31 - 3 - 17 8 245
6 HG Munsey SCO 8 8 - 234 65 29.25 165 141.82 - 2 - 22 11 234
7 RN ten Doeschate NED 9 9 4 233 59 46.60 171 136.26 - 2 - 12 9 233
8 CS MacLeod SCO 8 8 - 228 74 28.50 173 131.79 - 1 1 19 5 228
9 KD Shah HKG 7 7 1 223 79 37.17 186 119.89 - 2 - 17 6 223
10 MP O'Dowd NED 9 9 - 218 58 24.22 210 103.81 - 2 - 21 3 218
11 Aaqib Ilyas OMN 9 9 2 201 60 28.71 177 113.56 - 1 - 21 2 201
Highest Scores
Date Opposition Ground Runs
1 GJ Delany IRE 21 October Oman Tolerance, Abu Dhabi 89*
2 Mohammad Usman UAE 27 October Canada SZS, Abu Dhabi 89*
3 DM Gondaria KEN 21 October Bermuda GCA Dubai 85*
4 NR Kumar CAN 20 October Jersey Tolerance, Abu Dhabi 83
5 KD Shah HKG 18 October Ireland SZS, Abu Dhabi 79
6 CS MacLeod SCO 24 October Bermuda Dubai IS 74
7 NMS Param SIN 20 October Bermuda GCA Dubai 72*
8 PR Stirling IRE 19 October UAE SZS, Abu Dhabi 72
9 MG Erasmus NAM 26 October Singapore Dubai IS 72
10 IA Karim KEN 23 October Singapore GCA Dubai 71*
11 TP Ura PNG 20 October Namibia GCA Dubai 71
12 A Balbirnie IRE 18 October Hong Kong SZS, Abu Dhabi 70*
Top Wicket Takers
Mat Overs Mdns Runs Wkts BBI Ave Econ SR 5WI 10WM wds nbs Wkts
1 Bilal Khan OMN 9 33.5 2 225 18 4-19 12.50 6.65 11.28 - - 3 - 18
2 BD Glover NED 8 29 - 171 16 4-12 10.69 5.90 10.88 - - 11 1 16
3 JJ Smit NAM 9 33.1 - 213 16 3-19 13.31 6.42 12.44 - - 12 - 16
4 JN Frylinck NAM 7 25 - 156 15 4-21 10.40 6.24 10.00 - - 8 - 15
5 BM Scholtz NAM 9 35 - 187 15 4-12 12.47 5.34 14.00 - - 1 - 15
6 PA van Meekeren NED 9 34.5 - 211 15 3-16 14.07 6.06 13.93 - - 9 - 15
7 RE van der Merwe NED 9 34 - 178 14 3-22 12.71 5.24 14.57 - - 2 - 14
8 SM Sharif SCO 7 26.3 - 203 13 3-21 15.62 7.66 12.23 - - 14 - 13
9 D Ravu PNG 8 22.2 - 114 12 4-18 9.50 5.10 11.17 - - 3 1 12
10 MR Adair IRE 8 31.2 2 150 12 3-10 12.50 4.79 15.67 - - 4 - 12
11 T van der Gugten NED 9 26 - 155 12 3-9 12.92 5.96 13.00 - - 6 - 12
12 MRJ Watt SCO 7 28 1 164 12 3-18 13.67 5.86 14.00 - - 5 1 12
13 Khawar Ali OMN 9 33 - 209 12 3-24 17.42 6.33 16.50 - - 5 - 12
Best Bowling in an Innings
Date Opposition Ground Figures
1 BM Scholtz NAM 25 October Kenya Dubai IS 4-12
2 BD Glover NED 29 October UAE Dubai IS 4-12
3 CA Young IRE 26 October Nigeria SZS, Abu Dhabi 4-13
4 Aamir Kaleem OMN 23 October Nigeria Tolerance, Abu Dhabi 4-14
5 Rohan Mustafa UAE 19 October Ireland SZS, Abu Dhabi 4-18
6 D Ravu PNG 25 October Singapore Dubai IS 4-18
7 EB Ringera KEN 27 October Papua New Guinea Dubai IS 4-18
8 Bilal Khan OMN 29 October Namibia Dubai IS 4-19
9 JN Frylinck NAM 26 October Singapore Dubai IS 4-21
10 Muhammad Nadeem OMN 27 October Jersey SZS, Abu Dhabi 4-23
11 Bilal Khan OMN 30 October Hong Kong Dubai IS 4-23
12 CO Obuya KEN 21 October Bermuda GCA Dubai 4-27
Top Partnerships
Score Score Wk Date Opposition Ground Runs
1 Aaqib Ilyas 60 Jatinder Singh 68 2 OMN 25 October Canada SZS, Abu Dhabi 126
2 A Vala 48 TP Ura 71 1 PNG 20 October Namibia GCA Dubai 125
3 MP O'Dowd 58 BN Cooper 58 1 NED 26 October Bermuda Dubai IS 123
4 NS Dhaliwal 69 NR Kumar 53 2 CAN 23 October Ireland SZS, Abu Dhabi 111
5 AR Gandhi 50 IA Karim 71 1 KEN 23 October Singapore GCA Dubai 110
6 Rameez Shahzad 54 Chirag Suri 44 2 UAE 21 October Hong Kong SZS, Abu Dhabi 93
7 TP Ura 33 A Vala 53 1 PNG 19 October Bermuda GCA Dubai 90*
8 CN Onwuzulike 46 S Adedeji 51 4 NGA 24 October UAE Tolerance, Abu Dhabi 89*
9 KJ Coetzer 34 HG Munsey 65 1 SCO 30 October UAE Dubai IS 87
10 PR Stirling 62 A Balbirnie 70 2 IRE 18 October Hong Kong SZS, Abu Dhabi 86
11 CG Williams 45 JJ Smit 59 6 NAM 29 October Oman Dubai IS 83
12 NA Greenwood 43 JW Jenner 57 4 JER 19 October Nigeria SZS, Abu Dhabi 81
Top Strike Rates
Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave BF SR 100 50 0 4s 6s SR
1 JJ Smit NAM 9 9 2 190 59 27.14 113 168.14 - 1 - 8 13 168.14
2 N Davin NAM 9 9 - 139 37 15.44 87 159.77 - - 1 13 7 159.77
3 NR Kumar CAN 6 6 1 245 83 49.00 163 150.31 - 3 - 17 8 150.31
4 GJ Delany IRE 8 7 3 150 89* 37.50 100 150.00 - 1 - 13 5 150.00
5 HG Munsey SCO 8 8 - 234 65 29.25 165 141.82 - 2 - 22 11 141.82
6 NMS Param SIN 6 6 2 158 72* 39.50 113 139.82 - 1 - 12 6 139.82
7 DMW Rawlins BER 6 6 - 131 46 21.83 95 137.89 - - - 15 6 137.89
8 MG Erasmus NAM 9 9 2 268 72 38.29 195 137.44 - 3 - 21 11 137.44
9 RN ten Doeschate NED 9 9 4 233 59 46.60 171 136.26 - 2 - 12 9 136.26
10 PR Stirling IRE 8 8 1 291 72 41.57 215 135.35 - 3 - 35 6 135.35
Top Economy Rates
Mat Overs Mdns Runs Wkts BBI Ave Econ SR 5WI 10WM Econ
1 A Vala PNG 8 22.1 1 101 10 3-7 10.10 4.56 13.30 - - 4.56
2 MR Adair IRE 8 31.2 2 150 12 3-10 12.50 4.79 15.67 - - 4.79
3 D Ravu PNG 8 22.2 - 114 12 4-18 9.50 5.10 11.17 - - 5.10
4 RE van der Merwe NED 9 34 - 178 14 3-22 12.71 5.24 14.57 - - 5.24
5 BM Scholtz NAM 9 35 - 187 15 4-12 12.47 5.34 14.00 - - 5.34
6 Ahmed Raza UAE 8 27 1 146 6 1-15 24.33 5.41 27.00 - - 5.41
7 WB Rankin IRE 8 31 1 170 8 2-17 21.25 5.48 23.25 - - 5.48
8 PM Seelaar NED 9 22 1 121 7 3-17 17.29 5.50 18.86 - - 5.50
9 CJA Amini PNG 8 27 - 151 7 2-24 21.57 5.59 23.14 - - 5.59
10 N Vanua PNG 8 25.2 1 145 10 3-14 14.50 5.72 15.20 - - 5.72
11 CW Perchard JER 6 22 - 126 7 2-21 18.00 5.73 18.86 - - 5.73
12 B Ward JER 6 22 1 127 6 3-19 21.17 5.77 22.00 - - 5.77
13 MRJ Watt SCO 7 28 1 164 12 3-18 13.67 5.86 14.00 - - 5.86
14 BD Glover NED 8 29 - 171 16 4-12 10.69 5.90 10.88 - - 5.90
15 Rohan Mustafa UAE 8 31 - 184 11 4-18 16.73 5.94 16.91 - - 5.94
16 T van der Gugten NED 9 26 - 155 12 3-9 12.92 5.96 13.00 - - 5.96
Wicket Keeping Dismissals
Mat Byes Catch Stump Total
1 SA Edwards NED 9 3 13 - 13
2 ZE Green NAM 9 2 7 4 11
3 MH Cross SCO 8 2 7 2 9
4 GC Wilson IRE 8 7 6 2 8
5 IA Karim KEN 6 3 6 - 6
6 K Doriga PNG 8 5 4 1 5
7 Hamza Tariq CAN 6 3 2 2 4
Most Catches by Fielders
Mat Catches
1 JJ Smit NAM 9 10
2 Khawar Ali OMN 9 7
3 L Siaka PNG 8 7
4 N Davin NAM 9 7
5 TH David SIN 6 7
6 KJ O'Brien IRE 8 6
7 Aamir Kaleem OMN 8 6
8 S Chandramohan SIN 6 6
Squads
Bermuda logo Bermuda
  • Dion Stovell (captain)
  • Terryn Fray
  • Rodney Trott
  • Kamau Leverock
  • Onias Bascome
  • Sinclair Smith
  • Deunte Darrell
  • Allan Douglas
  • Janeiro Tucker
  • Okera Bascome
  • Macai Simmons
  • Derrick Brangman
  • George O'Brien Jr
  • Delray Rawlins
  • Malachi Jones
  • Oronde Bascome
  • Charles Trott
Canada logo Canada
  • Navneet Dhaliwal (captain)
  • Abraash Khan
  • Dilon Heyliger
  • Hamza Tariq
  • Jeremy Gordon
  • Junaid Siddiqui
  • Nicholas Kirton
  • Nikhil Dutta
  • Nitish Kumar
  • Ravinderpal Singh
  • Rizwan Cheema
  • Rodrigo Thomas
  • Romesh Eranga
  • Saad Zafar
  • Srimantha Wijeyeratne
Hong Kong logo Hong Kong
  • Aizaz Khan (captain)
  • Kinchit Shah
  • Aarush Bhagwat
  • Ahsan Abassi
  • Ehsan Khan
  • Ghazanfer Mohammad
  • Kyle Christie
  • Nasrulla Rana
  • Nizakat Khan
  • Scott McKechnie
  • Waqas Barkat
  • Haroon Arshad
  • Raag Kapur
  • Shahid Wasif
  • Simondeep Singh
Ireland logo Ireland
  • Gary Wilson (captain)
  • Mark Adair
  • Andy Balbirnie
  • David Delany
  • Gareth Delany
  • George Dockrell
  • Shane Getkate
  • Kevin O'Brien
  • Boyd Rankin
  • Simi Singh
  • Paul Stirling
  • Harry Tector
  • Stuart Thompson
  • Lorcan Tucker
  • Craig Young
Jersey logo Jersey
  • Charles Perchard (captain)
  • Corey Bison
  • Dom Blampied
  • Harrison Carlyon
  • Jake Dunford
  • Nick Ferraby
  • Nick Greenwood
  • Anthony Hawkins-Kay
  • Elliot Miles
  • Rhys Palmer
  • Will Robertson
  • Jonty Jenner
  • Ben Stevens
  • Julius Sumerauer
  • Ben Ward
Kenya logo Kenya
  • Sachin Bhudia
  • Emmanuel Bundi
  • Aman Gandi
  • Dhiren Gondaria
  • Irfan Karim
  • Pushpak Kerai
  • Jasraj Kundi
  • Lucas Ndandason
  • Shem Obado
  • Alex Obanda
  • Collins Obuya
  • Nelson Odhiambo
  • Elijah Otieno
  • Rakep Patel
  • Rushab Patel
Namibia logo Namibia
  • Gerhard Erasmus (captain)
  • Jan Frylinck
  • Stephen Baard
  • Karl Birkenstock
  • Niko Davin
  • Helao Ya France
  • Zane Green
  • Zhivago Groenewald
  • JP Kotze
  • Tangeni Lungameni
  • Bernard Scholtz
  • Ben Shikongo
  • JJ Smit
  • Christi Viljoen
  • Craig Williams
Netherlands logo Netherlands
  • Pieter Seelaar (captain)
  • Philippe Boissevain
  • Roelof van der Merwe
  • Tobias Visťe
  • Scott Edwards (wk)
  • Colin Ackermann
  • Paul van Meekeren
  • Ryan ten Doeschate
  • Fred Klaassen
  • Tonny Staal
  • Brandon Glover
  • Max O'Dowd
  • Ben Cooper
  • Shane Snater
  • Timm van der Gugten
Nigeria logo Nigeria
  • Ademola Onikoyi (captain)
  • Abiodun Abioye
  • Sesan Adedeji
  • Vincent Adewoye
  • Daniel Ajekun
  • Chima Akachukwu
  • Yusuf Gershon
  • Daniel Gim
  • Taiwo Mohammed
  • Segun Ogundipe
  • Sylvester Okpe
  • Chimezie Onwuzulike
  • Leke Oyede
  • Sulaimon Runsewe
Oman logo Oman
  • Zeeshan Maqsood (captain)
  • Aqib Ilyas
  • Jatinder Singh
  • Suraj Kumar
  • Khawar Ali
  • Sandeep Goud
  • Muhammed Naseem Khushi
  • Mehran Khan
  • Khurram Nawaz Khan
  • Sufyan Mahmood
  • Syed Amir Kaleem
  • Jay Odedara
  • Ahmed Fayyaz Butt
  • Kaleemullah
  • Bilal Khan
Papua New Guinea logo Papua New Guinea
  • Assad Vala (captain)
  • CJ Amini
  • Sese Bau
  • Kipling Doriga
  • Lega Siaka
  • Nosaina Pokana
  • Chad Soper
  • Hiri Hiri
  • Damien Ravu
  • Riley Hekure
  • JB Reva
  • Simon Atai
  • Norman Vanua
  • Tony Ura
  • Jason Kila
Scotland logo Scotland
  • Kyle Coetzer (captain)
  • Richie Berrington
  • Matthew Cross
  • Josh Davey
  • Alasdair Evans
  • Oliver Hairs
  • Michael Leask
  • Calum MacLeod
  • George Munsey
  • Adrian Neill
  • Safyaan Sharif
  • Tom Sole
  • Hamza Tahir
  • Craig Wallace
  • Mark Watt
Singapore logo Singapore
  • Amjab Mahboob (captain)
  • Surendran Chandramohan
  • Tim David
  • Avi Dixit
  • Arita Dutta
  • Rezza Gaznavi
  • Anantha Krishna
  • Selladore Kumar
  • Vinoth Mandrayar
  • Navin Param
  • Janka Prakash
  • Rohan Rangarajan
  • Manpreet Singh
  • Sidhant
  • Aryaman Uchil
UAE logo UAE
  • Ahmed Raza (captain>
  • Rohan Mustafa
  • Ashfaq Ahmed
  • Rameez Shahzad
  • Shaiman Anwar
  • Mohammed Usman
  • Mohammed Boota
  • Zawar Farid
  • Ghulam Shabber
  • Sultan Ahmed
  • Imran Haider
  • Qadeer Ahmed
  • Chirag Suri
  • Zahoor Khan