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439dPeter Della Penna in Los Angeles

Oman, USA secure promotion to Division Three

A roundup of the final day of round-robin play to decide promotion and relegation at ICC World Cricket League Division Four in Los Angeles

441dPeter Della Penna in Los Angeles

Denmark motivated to win for absent captain Pedersen

Denmark fast bowler Amjad Khan dedicated their four-wicket win over USA to captain Michael Pedersen, who had to return home to Denmark on the eve of the match to attend to a family emergency

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447dPeter Della Penna in Los Angeles

Five teams target favourites USA

Two teams will progress to Division Three, two will be relegated to Division Five, and it will all happen amid the glitz and glamour of Los Angeles

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1546dESPNcricinfo staff

Kenya recall 42-year-old Tikolo

The 42-year-old Steve Tikolo has been recalled to the Kenya squad for the World Twenty20 Qualifiers in the UAE more than two-and-a-half years after he last played for the country

1613dSteven Lynch

Best of the rest

A look at some players who missed out on Test cricket because they came from Associate-member countries. (One from each nation.)

1623dESPNcricinfo staff

UAE to host ICC qualifiers in November

The World Twenty20 Qualifiers, from which six of the 16 teams will progress to the main tournament in Bangladesh next year, is scheduled to take place between 15 and 30 November in the UAE

1659dESPNcricinfo staff

Big prize on offer for European sides

The ICC European Division One Championship gets underway on July 8 in Sussex with the prize for the finalists being a trip to the UAE for the World Twenty20 Qualifier in November

2546dMartin Williamson

Hong Kong through to World Cricket League finals

Hong Kong beat table-toppers Papua New Guinea by 93 runs at the Hong King Cricket Club to qualify for Friday's final in the ICC World Cricket League Division Three, where they will play PNG again

2980dMartin Williamson

European programme for 2010 announced

The ICC European Development Programme has announced its 2010 tournament schedule which will see a number of European countries participate in an exciting and challenging programme of tournaments during July and August next year.

3463dAndrew McGlashan

Sheikh too good for Denmark

Qasim Sheikh hit an unbeaten 80 to guide Scotland to a comfortable six-wicket victory over Denmark at Malahide

3490dMartin Williamson

Future bright beyond the Test world

Next week's ICC annual get-together promises to have more than its fair share of politicking, posturing and controversy