- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRrun out (Obanda)28140025.00c E Otieno b Tikolo45941225047.87c †Ouma b E Otieno021000.00c †Ouma b E Otieno1423372060.86c †Ouma b Ongondo912152075.00lbw b Varaiya1946561041.30run out (Bhudia/†Ouma)1333341039.39c †Ouma b E Otieno1840461045.00not out2131391067.74not out11112301100.00Extras21 (lb 5, w 16)TOTAL173/8 (50 Overs, RR: 3.46)Fall of wickets: 1-9 (Michael Pedersen, 3.3 ov), 2-9 (Carsten Pedersen, 3.5 ov), 3-42 (Freddie Klokker, 11.6 ov), 4-52 (Soren Vestergaard, 15.4 ov), 5-105 (Mickey Lund, 30.3 ov), 6-105 (Bobby Chawla, 31.1 ov), 7-133 (Rizwan Mahmood, 41.3 ov), 8-147 (Henrik Hansen, 44.5 ov)
- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRc †Klokker b Andersen24222550109.09not out849511710188.42not out6182917074.39Extras5 (w 5)TOTAL174/1 (33.1 Overs, RR: 5.24)Fall of wickets: 1-34 (Morris Ouma, 6.1 ov)
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News that the ICC has approved a reduction in the number of teams at the 50-over World Cup and an enlarged World Twenty20 event has caused a predictable storm of protest from some quarters.
Ireland coach Phil Simmons has slammed the organisers of the ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier after his side were forced to play the final against Afghanistan – which they lost - less than an hour after beating Netherlands.
The ICC has announced the schedule for the eight-team ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier 2010, which will take place in the United Arab Emirates between February 9 and 13.
When America's most talented players begin play in Fort Lauderdale on Friday for the USA Cricket Association (USACA) National Championship, each one will be full of hope about their team's chances of walking away with the title
The ICC has been coming in for a fair amount of sniping of late as a result of teams being unable to take part in its events because of issues with visas