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Faisal Jamkhandi runs in to bowl

Canada v Papua New Guinea, Under-19 World Cup, 9th place play-off, Lincoln

Akash Gill's 120 leads Canada past PNG

The chase was on with PNG at 140 for 2 in the 55th over, but they collapsed to 185 all out

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Jason Ralston bowls

Australia v PNG, Under-19 World Cup 2018, Lincoln

McSweeney 156, Ralston 7 for 15 bulldoze PNG

Half-centuries from captain Jason Sangha and Param Uppal contributed to Australia's all-round effort, handing PNG a mammoth 311-run drubbing in Lincoln

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Anukul Roy ripped through PNG with five wickets

India v PNG, Under-19 World Cup, Group B, Mount Maunganui

Anukul Roy's five-for leads rout of PNG

A second win for India in Group B has all but ensured their place in the quarter-finals of the Under-19 World Cup

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Wesley Madhevere took three wickets and struck an unbeaten half-century

PNG v Zimbabwe, Under-19 World Cup 2018, Group B, Lincoln

PNG crash to 95 all out in heavy defeat

Papua New Guinea threw away a solid start by losing all of their wickets for only 54 runs as their Under-19 World campaign began with a 10-wicket drubbing at the hands of Zimbabwe in Lincoln

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Adnan Mufti plays off the back foot

WCL Championship

Adnan Mufti hundred in bizarre UAE victory

He made 104 but UAE were bowled out for 195. Then Nepal were cruising the chase at 90 for 3 only to end up 132 all out

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Netherlands, Scotland, Hong Kong and PNG have sealed their spots in next year's World Cup qualifier

ICC WCL Championship, Dubai

How the WCL affects places for World Cup 2019

Netherlands, the champions, have gained entry into the newly-proposed ODI league. They also join Hong Kong, Scotland and Papua New Guinea to play the qualifying tournament of the 2019 World Cup

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Kyle Coetzer tucks a run into the leg side

Papua New Guinea v Scotland, 2nd ODI, Dubai

Coetzer, Watt seal Scotland's 2-0 sweep

Papua New Guinea's batting underwhelmed again as they conceded the ODI series 2-0 to Scotland with a six-wicket defeat in Dubai

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Calum MacLeod heaves his third six over midwicket to reach a half-century

Papua New Guinea v Scotland, 1st ODI, Dubai, November 24, 2017

MacLeod, seamers lead Scotland to six-wicket win

Safyaan Sharif and Alasdair Evans shared seven wickets between them to bowl Papua New Guinea out for 147, and Calum MacLeod's unbeaten 60 helped Scotland easily finish the chase