Kyle Coetzer struck a 19-ball 33

World T20 Qualifier 2015

Buoyant Scotland and the Oman surprise

ESPNcricinfo takes a look at the chances of six Associate teams that progressed to the World T20 in India next year

The Netherlands players celebrate after sharing the trophy with Scotland

World T20 Qualifier 2015

Mommsen, Borren look to savour India trip

Scotland captain Preston Mommsen and his Netherlands counterpart Peter Borren both heaped praise on their respective squads after the two teams were declared co-champions at the World Twenty20 Qualifier following a rained-out final

Preston Mommsen and Peter Borren with the trophy

World T20 Qualifier 2015

Scotland, Netherlands share title after washout

The weather which had behaved wonderfully in Malahide over the last nine days finally turned sour on Sunday at the World Twenty20 Qualifier, as the third place game and championship match were both abandoned without a ball bowled

Mudassar Bukhari ran through the Ireland line-up with returns of 4 for 28

Ireland v Netherlands, World T20 Qualifier, 2nd semi-final, Malahide

Bukhari, Borren seal Netherlands' final berth

A short-pitched barrage from an energised Netherlands bowling attack ran through Ireland's struggling batting unit to dismiss them for 128, to set up a five-wicket win in Malahide

Matthew Cross launches one down the ground

Hong Kong v Scotland, World T20 Qualifier, 1st semi-final, Malahide

Seamers lock Scotland's spot in final

Kyle Coetzer and Matthew Cross romped Scotland into Sunday's final, blazing past Hong Kong by five wickets

The Oman players pose after their five-wicket win against Namibia

World T20 Qualifier 2015

Parity makes a party at the T20 qualifier

At a time when opportunities for Associates at major ICC tournaments are shrinking in alarming fashion, the competitive depth of Associates has never been greater

Zeeshan Siddiqui is mobbed by elated team-mates

Namibia v Oman, 4th qualifying playoff, Dublin

Oman toast exponential return on investment

Oman's players racked up a $2500 debt due to lost cricket balls during net sessions on tour, but created a 100-fold return by making it to the World Twenty20 in India, where the participation fee alone is $250,000