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'It was Important to get a victory over Uganda' - Irfan Karim (1:36)
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The painfully small margins in Associate cricket

Nepal has gained ODI status for the first time winning absolute nail-biters, but the teams that lost by such small margins also deserve a shot at more funding and better recognition

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Khawar, Bilal give Oman fifth-place finish

Khawar Ali triggered a middle-overs collapse and followed it up with his maiden List A century, while Bilal Khan took his second five-for in four matches as Oman brushed aside Kenya by five wickets

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The agony and ecstasy of World Cricket League

Two moments in the field - a run out in the match between UAE and Oman, and a fumble in the game between Kenya and Nepal - summed up the contrasting emotions in the tournament

'I was the first to run into the ground' - Lamichhane (1:40)
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Naveed, Haider end Oman's World Cup dreams

Defending a middling total of 159, UAE bowlers Mohammad Naveed and Imran Haider took three wickets each to complete a 46-run victory

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Namibia roll Kenya for 83, denied win by rain

Left-arm medium-pacer Tangeni Lungameni's List A career-best 3 for 6 helped dismiss Kenya for 83, but heavy rain just five overs into the host's chase, forced an end to play with no result

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WCL Division Two: a step closer to the 2019 World Cup

Following Division Five in Jersey, teams have had to navigate through Division Four in Los Angeles and Division Three in Uganda. Now, another hurdle in Namibia in their bid for a World-Cup spot

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Boyagoda's 191 leads 311-run rout of Kenya

Opener Hasitha Boyagoda racked up the highest score in Youth ODIs, 191 off 152 balls, as he took Sri Lanka to their highest-ever Under-19 total of 414