ICC Americas February 15, 2008

Chile remain on course for title

Chile maintained their unbeaten record with a 54-run win over neighbours Peru on the third day of the ICC Americas Division 3 tournament in Argentina

Chile maintained their unbeaten record with a 54-run win over neighbours Peru on the third day of the ICC Americas Division 3 tournament in Argentina. Chile were pressed all the way and at 68 for 6 appeared to be on course for a low score. But Tim Messner (57) and Kamran Zeb (41) added 75 runs for the ninth wicket as Chile climbed to 203 all out. Peru had troubles of their own as they slumped to 5 for 4, and despite a sixth-wicket stand of 62 between Ahmed Nadeem (53) and D. Lakdal (49) they were bowled out for 149 in 38 overs. In the other game Brazil slid to their third loss in as many days as they were bowled out for 169, a total Turks and Caicos Islands passed for the loss of five wickets.

Chile now have three wins from three games and need to beat Brazil in their final game on Friday to win the tournament.

Remaining matches
Friday 15 February - Belize v Peru, Brazil v Chile
Saturday 16 February - Belize v Turks & Caicos Islands, Brazil v Peru,

Martin Williamson is executive editor of ESPNcricinfo and managing editor of ESPN Digital Media in Europe, the Middle East and Africa

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  • Avengers on February 15, 2008, 22:58 GMT

    The champion will take part in America's Division 2. When and where is that tournament?

    Is it possible that Chile will be at the World Cup 2011? What is the route to the WC 2011 and who are the contenders?

  • Avengers on February 15, 2008, 22:58 GMT

    The champion will take part in America's Division 2. When and where is that tournament?

    Is it possible that Chile will be at the World Cup 2011? What is the route to the WC 2011 and who are the contenders?

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  • Avengers on February 15, 2008, 22:58 GMT

    The champion will take part in America's Division 2. When and where is that tournament?

    Is it possible that Chile will be at the World Cup 2011? What is the route to the WC 2011 and who are the contenders?