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March 2007

Cricket by association

Feb 26, 2007: The World Cricket League in Kenya pitted the six best Associate sides together. Just how close are they to the Test teams?

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World Cricket League 2006-07

Life is good beyond the Test world

Feb 9, 2007: Martin Williamson looks back at the performances of the six leading Associates in the World Cricket League and what they can take out of the event ... and what it means for their chances in the World Cup

Umpiring controversy enters the courtrooms

Hair overshadows the cricket again

Feb 7, 2007: Try as he might, Darrell Hair just can't hide from the limelight, even in Nairobi. Cynics might wonder whether he feeds off it but, in a hastily arranged press conference on the first-floor lobby of the Nairobi Hilton, there was evidence of a man fed up w

Will Luke in Nairobi

Kenya v Scotland, WCL final, Nairobi

Obuya powers Kenya to title glory

Feb 7, 2007: It ought to have been the series showcase but Scotland's batting crashed in the final of the World Cricket League at the Gymkhana Ground in Nairobi before a fierce innings from David Obuya carried Kenya to the title on home soil

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Samir Inamdar talks to Cricinfo

Windfall a massive boost for Kenya

Feb 7, 2007: Samir Inamdar, Cricket Kenya's chairman, has spoken of the difference that qualifying for the final of the World Cricket League will make to Kenyan cricket

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World Cricket League

Bagai named player of the tournament

Feb 6, 2007: Canada's wicketkeeper-batsman Ashish Bagai has won the inaugural World Cricket League player of the tournament award after dominating with the bat for his country in Kenya

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Kenya v Scotland, World Cricket League final, Nairobi

A final clash for bragging rights

Feb 6, 2007: Some say that a final is a moment to enjoy rather than something to approach with trepidation and that is true of this tournament more than any other

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World Cricket League

'Kenya is back where it belongs'

Feb 5, 2007: If Associate cricket is keen on matching the full members' skill on the field, and we know they are, they're also making a good fist of it off the pitch too

Will Luke in Nairobi

Scotland v Bermuda, World Cricket League

Hussain reprimanded for dissent

Feb 5, 2007: Scotland's middle-order batsman, Omer Hussain, has been officially reprimanded for showing dissent at an umpire's decision during his country's five-wicket defeat against Bermuda at Nairobi in the World Cricket League

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World Cricket League round-up

Kenya crush Canada to book final place

Feb 5, 2007: A round-up of all the latest action from the final round of matches in the World Cricket League

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Ravindu Shah interview

Bridging the experience gap

Feb 5, 2007: Does Kenya's success at Associate level mask a more deep-rooted problem with the game's promotion and youth development in the country?

Will Luke in Nairobi

World Cricket League round-up

Scotland book their place in the final

Feb 4, 2007: A round-up of all the latest action from the fourth round of matches in the World Cricket League

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World Cricket League round-up

Kenya stun Ireland thanks to Odoyo onslaught

Feb 2, 2007: A round-up of all the latest action from the third round of matches in the World Cricket League

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World Cricket League, 2006-07

Scotland spinner contracts typhoid

Feb 1, 2007: Scotland's left-arm spinner, Glenn Rogers, is flying home from the World Cricket League in Nairobi, after contracting typhoid during a pre-tournament tri-series in Mombasa last week

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World Cricket League, 2006-07

Morgan on the march

Feb 1, 2007: Each of the Associates has one, possibly two, star names but Eoin Morgan, the Ireland left-hander, is one of precious few to have a professional contract with a county. His path to England has, so far, mirrored that of his friend and team-mate Ed Joyce wh

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World Cricket League

Hoffmann fined for shoulder-barge

Jan 31, 2007: Scotland's Paul Hoffman has been fined 50 percent of his match fee for breaching the ICC Code of Conduct during their narrow victory over Canada in the ICC World Cricket League in Nairobi on Wednesday

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World Cricket League round-up

Kenya cruise to second victory

Jan 31, 2007: A round-up of all the latest action for the World Cricket League, where Kenya have continued to be the form team with a seven-wicket win over Netherlands

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Bermuda crash in opening match

Logie: 'It's difficult to know where we go from here'

Jan 30, 2007: Gus Logie, Bermuda's coach, cast a deflated figure after watching his side crash to a ten-wicket defeat by Kenya in the opening match of the World Cricket League

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World Cricket League, Nairobi

A constant learning curve

Jan 30, 2007: Bermuda might have been crushed by Kenya in the opening match of the tournament, but - on the surface at least - their spirit is seemingly unwavering

Will Luke

World Cricket League round-up

Scotland's last-ball thriller sinks Ireland

Jan 30, 2007: A round-up of the second day of the World Cricket League where there were wins for Scotland over Ireland and Netherlands over Canada

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Tournament Results
Kenya v Scotland at Nairobi (Gym) - Feb 7, 2007
Kenya won by 8 wickets (with 73 balls remaining)
Ireland v Netherlands at Nairobi (Gym) - Feb 5, 2007
Netherlands won by 6 runs
Bermuda v Scotland at Nairobi (Ruaraka) - Feb 5, 2007
Bermuda won by 5 wickets (with 6 balls remaining)
Kenya v Canada at Nairobi (Jaff) - Feb 5, 2007
Kenya won by 158 runs
Bermuda v Netherlands at Nairobi (Ruaraka) - Feb 4, 2007
Netherlands won by 8 wickets (with 41 balls remaining)
Canada v Ireland at Nairobi (Jaff) - Feb 4, 2007
Canada won by 6 wickets (with 2 balls remaining)
Kenya v Scotland at Nairobi (Gym) - Feb 4, 2007
Scotland won by 77 runs
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