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Canada got bundled for 67 earlier today, the wicket was playing all kinds of tricks in the first hour of the day, the Dutch did well to utilize the conditions Canada did put up a show in this tour, its a pitty that they couldn't wrap it up in style, all eyes move to Afghanistan and the Scots (according to Peter Della Penna) to see who will qualify. It has been a pleasure bringing you the cricket from up here.

Gary Grewal signing off ! Have a great year ! see you all next season !

Junaid Siddiqui to Myburgh, SIX runs, slog sweeps way into the north east field, game over!
Junaid Siddiqui to Myburgh, FOUR runs, lofts it over mid off, 4 to win and 4 for his 50
Junaid Siddiqui to Myburgh, no run,
Junaid Siddiqui to Myburgh, no run,

10 | 7 Runs | NL: 60/1 (8 runs required from 39.2 overs, RR: 6.00, RRR: 0.20)

  • Wesley Barresi8 (19b)
  • Stephan Myburgh42 (29b)
  • Kenneth Kamyuka2-0-9-0
  • Junaid Siddiqui1-0-3-0
Kamyuka to Barresi, no run,
Kamyuka to Barresi, 2 runs, half stop at point by Hiral they still come back for 2

WCL Championship News

  • Jubilant Afghanistan seek tougher opponents

    The Afghanistan Cricket Board chief has hailed his team's achievement of qualifying for the 2015 World Cup and said it was the start of a new journey during which he wanted Afghanistan to be compared with Full Member nations

  • Afghanistan's road to World Cup 2015

    A look at some of the milestones in Afghanistan's remarkable journey from being nowhere on the cricket map to securing a place in World Cup 2015

  • Afghanistan secure World Cup berth

    Afghanistan secured their passage to Australia and New Zealand in 2015 by beating Kenya comprehensively for the second time in succession in Sharjah

  • Afghanistan on brink of 'national celebration'

    Afghanistan need just one more win in the World Cricket League (WCL) Championship to secure a first ever World Cup berth and write another heartwarming chapter in the nation's cricketing story

  • Hassan, Mangal seal eight-wicket win

    Hamid Hassan's four-for and Mangal's unbeaten 52 scripted an eight-wicket win for Afghanistan over Kenya in Sharjah