ACC news April 23, 2009

ACC Under-19 Elite Cup - 1st day

Pre-tournament favourites Malaysia and Nepal cruised to easy wins on the opening day of the ten-team ACC Under-19 Elite Cup in Kuwait

Pre-tournament favourites Malaysia and Nepal cruised to easy wins on the opening day of the ten-team ACC Under-19 Elite Cup in Kuwait. Afghanistan, whose senior side were the success story of the recent ICC World Cup Qualifiers, also got off to a flying start, but there was a surprise defeat for UAE.

Malaysia eased to a five-wicket win with more than ten overs to spare over Singapore after bowling them out for 183, Prem Dadlani providing the bulk of Singapore’s run with 96.

Nepal had more trouble in beating Saudi Arabia, and they had Amrit Bhattarai to thank as his 82 helped them to 233 after they had slipped to 76 for 7. That was too much for the Saudis who were bowled out for 96.

Afghanistan thrashed Bhutan by eight wickets after bowling them out for 63, ambling home in 13 overs.

UAE were bundled to a two-wicket defeat by Qatar after being bowled out for 164.

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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  • Ehsan on May 1, 2009, 19:52 GMT

    afghanistan is going to win it. They ARE A FANTASTIC TEAM EVEN THOUGH THEY DONT HAVE A SINGLE CRICKET STUDIUM IN THIER COUNTRY. i HOPE THEM THE BEST.

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  • Ehsan on May 1, 2009, 19:52 GMT

    afghanistan is going to win it. They ARE A FANTASTIC TEAM EVEN THOUGH THEY DONT HAVE A SINGLE CRICKET STUDIUM IN THIER COUNTRY. i HOPE THEM THE BEST.

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  • Ehsan on May 1, 2009, 19:52 GMT

    afghanistan is going to win it. They ARE A FANTASTIC TEAM EVEN THOUGH THEY DONT HAVE A SINGLE CRICKET STUDIUM IN THIER COUNTRY. i HOPE THEM THE BEST.

  • Ann on November 30, 2009, 22:39 GMT

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