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10ySiddhartha Talya

Wins for Chile and Brazil

An unbeaten 195 from captain Simon Shalders launched Chile to a 163-run win over Peru in Santiago in their first game of the World Cricket League Americas Division Three campaign on Friday.

10ySiddhartha Talya

Chile favourites in Americas Division Three

Chile are led by last year’s Player-of-the-Tournament, Simon Chalders, in a squad which contains five all-rounders - Ian Walker, Jim Scarbrough and Michael Meade, Thomas Dawes and Christian Eyzaguirre

10ySiddhartha Talya

Brazil ease past Mexico

Brazil warmed up for the World Cricket League Americas Division Three tournament starting in Santiago on Friday with a 3-0 one-day series win over Mexico in São Paulo last weekend.

11yMartin Williamson

Viña del Mar take Chile honours

On Sunday November 23, the Chilean Cricket Association organised the first National Under-15’s Trios Tournament, which was held at The Grange School, Santiago.

12yMartin 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

12yESPNcricinfo staff

Winter academy for Chile

Chilean National Development Officer, Patricio Caamano, is currently finalising plans to runa high performance program throughout the winter months for the Under-13, Under-15 and Under-19 national team squads

12yCricinfo staff

Turks and Caicos edge thriller

The Turks and Caicos Islands beat Belize in a dramatic climax to the ICC Americas Division 3 Championship on Saturday and, with their superior net run-rate over Chile, they took the tournament

12yMartin Williamson

Chile remain on course for title

Chile maintained their unbeaten record with a 54-run win over neighbours Peru on the third day of the ICC Americas Division 3 tournament in Argentina

12yMartin Williamson

Chile dominate Americas tournament

Chile dominated the first two days of the ICC Americas Division 3 tournament in Argentina, beating pre-tournament favourites Belize by 26 runs on the opening day after posting 271 for 6, with their captain Simon Shalders leading the way with an

12yWill Luke

Schools cricket grows in Chile

Delegates from Chile’s cricket playing schools, along with development staff, met in Santiago on December 28, 2007 to review the year’s activities and plan ahead for the next 12 months

Eddie Norfolk
13yMartin Williamson

A long way from home

It won't get many column inches in the mainstream cricket press, but the World Cricket League, which started in Nairobi yesterday and continues into next week, features the best of the rest, the six sides just under the ten Test-playing countries

14yJon Long

Suriname take the first steps

Suriname have clinched the opening event of the 2006 Americas cricket calendar, beating Turks & Caicos Islands in the decisive match to secure a home victory in a four-team event that also included Brazil and Chile


Chile preparing for a hectic year

Tony Munro, Cricinfo's Beyond the Test World columnist, has written about Chile and their forthcoming preparations for the ICC tournament