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December 30, 2010
The ICC has announced the final squads for the six-team ICC World Cricket League Division 3 tournament, which will be played from January 22 to 29, 2011 in Hong Kong.
Teams from Denmark, Italy, USA, Oman and Papua New Guinea will join hosts Hong Kong for the tournament. The top two sides will win promotion to Division 2, which will be staged in the United Arab Emirates in April 2011.
The matches will be hosted at three grounds in Hong Kong - Kowloon CC, Hong Kong CC and Mission Road.
The teams will arrive in Hong Kong on January 20 and have one day to practice before the matches start.
Denmark: Michael Pedersen (capt), Aftab Ahmed, Rizwan Mahmood, Raja Javed, Martin Pedersen, Jacob Larsen, Bashir Shah, Troels Thøgersen, Bobby Chawla, Yasir Iqbal, Frederik Klokker, Carsten Pedersen, David Borchersen, Naveed Mugfal
Hong Kong: Najeeb Amar (capt), Nadeem Ahmed, Irfan Ahmed, Waqas Barkat, Tabarak Dar, Khalid Butt, Asif Khan, Courtney Kruger; Roy Lansam, Mark Chapman, Nizakat Mohammad, Moner Muhammad, Adil Mehmood, Mohammad Aizaz Khan
Italy: Alessandro Bonora (capt), Roshendra Abewickrama, Din Alaud, Damian Crowley, Gayashan Munasinghe, Dilan Fernando, Thushara Kurukulasuriya, Damian Fernando, Andrew Northcote, Hayden Patrizi, Peter Petricola, Michael Raso, Hemantha Jayasena, Vincenzo Pennazza
Oman: Hemal Mehta (capt), Qais bin Khalid al Said, Sufyan Mehmood, Sultan Ahmed, Hemin Pratap Desai, Vaibhav Wategaonkar, Jatinder Singh, Deep Trivedi, Rajeshkumar Ranpura, Awal Khan, Syed Amir Ali, Adnan Ilyas, Zeeshan Siddiqui, Khalid Rasheed
Papua New Guinea: Rarua Dikana Boge (capt), Chris Amini, Assadollah Vala, Kila Pala, Loa Nou, Pipi Raho, Mahuru Dai, Raymond Haoda Jnr, Chris Kent, Jack Vare-Kevera, Tony Ura, Kapena Arua, Hitolo Areni, Jason Kila
USA: Steve Massiah (capt), Muhammed Ghous, Lennox Cush, Usman Shuja, Rashard Marshall, Sushil Nadkarni, Ritesh Kadu, Orlando Baker, Carl Wright, Aditya Thyagarajan, Kevin Darlington, Durale Forrest, Asif Mehmood Khan, Ryan Corns
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