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Guernsey will play in Division 7 of the World Cricket League next season, a reward for their runners-up place in the European Division Two tournament held in August. BBC Guernsey has the full story.
ICC Europe development manager Richard Holdsworth told BBC Guernsey that the island deserves its place.
"Because of their good performances in the European league and their regional ranking they've been promoted into World League Seven," he said.
They will face Gibraltar, Bahrain, Japan, Nigeria and Surinam in a tournament next year at a venue that has yet to be announced.
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