|World Cricket League Division 1: Netherlands, July 2010|
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Ireland crowned WCL champions ( )
Ireland confirm their position as top Associate country with six wicket win against Scotland.
Wins for Afghanistan and Canada ( )
Mohammed Shahzad leads Afghanistan to five wicket win, while Canada defeat Kenya in last over thriller.
O’Brien and White bat Ireland to comfortable victory over Scotland ( )
A 160-run fourth wicket partnership between Kevin O’Brien and Andrew White set up a comfortable six-wicket victory for Ireland over traditional rival Scotland.
ICC names WCL Division 1 team of the tournament ( )
Ireland’s Trent Johnston appointed captain in a side selected by an ICC-appointed panel.
Tom Cooper wins Player of the Tournament award ( )
Tom Cooper named as ICC World Cricket League Division 1 player of the tournament
Mohammed Shahzad receives reprimand breach ( )
Afghanistan wicketkeeper-batsman Mohammad Shahzad has received an official reprimand after breaching the ICC Code of Conduct.
Wins for Scotland and Canada ( )
Scotland set up final with Ireland, while Canada defeat Kenya.
Loots keen to claim World Cup opportunity ( )
Loots impresses on debut for Netherlands.
Watts and Johnston look forward to final ( )
Pair anticipate tough clash between Celtic rivals in WCL final.
Dutch collapse hands Ireland clean sweep ( )
At VRA in Amstelveen Irish spinners Paul Stirling and George Dockrell recorded career-best figures to overshadow a dream debut by Netherlands fast bowler Bernard Loots (3-16) and bowl their side to a stunning 39-run victory.
Ireland make it five out of five ( )
Ireland go into today’s World Cricket League final with a 100% record and their best available team.
Parker to the fore ( )
Man-of-the-match Matty Parker revealed being the straight man helped bring smiles to Scottish faces
Loots replaces Maurits Jonkman in Dutch squad ( )
A persistent injury has finally forced seamer Maurits Jonkman out of the Dutch squad, to be replaced by his HCC clubmate, Bernard Loots.
Scotland make hard work of victory over Kenya ( )
Forfarshire’s Matty Parker claimed his best one-day international figures as Scotland rekindled their World Cricket League hopes with a thrilling six-run win against Kenya.
Afghanistan overpower lacklustre Dutch ( )
A splendid maiden ODI century by Tom Cooper was not enough to give his side victory over a determined Afghan side at Voorburg on Wednesday.
Mooney and O'Brien lead Ireland to victory ( )
Solid display ensures Ireland reaches World Cricket League final.
Ireland reach the final after a comprehensive win over Canada ( )
A fourth succesive victory ensures that Ireland will play in Saturday's final.
Scotland survives late scare to defeat Kenya ( )
A last wicket partnership of 51 for Kenya almost denied Scotland victory in Rotterdam.
No final place for the Dutch ( )
Cooper’s maiden ODI century is in vain as Afghanistan knock the Netherlands out of the final race.
Matches moved from Voorburg to Schiedam ( )
Problems with the surface at Voorburg cause organisers to move two matches to the Excelsior ground.
Pitch ruins Ireland versus Scotland encounter ( )
It was never pretty, but for Ireland yesterday’s low-scoring five wickets victory against Scotland has put them in pole position to retain their World Cricket League title.
Afghanistan shows nerves of steel to beat Kenya by one wicket off last ball ( )
Wins for Afghanistan, Ireland and The Netherlands.
Johnston upbeat after Irish victory ( )
Ireland skipper pays tribute to his team after win over Afghanistan.
Ireland gain revenge over Afghanistan ( )
Poynter and Cusack star as Ireland defeat Afghanistan in Rotterdam.
Five-star Cusack bowls Ireland to 39-run victory over Afghanistan ( )
Ireland claim second win in the tournament thanks to fine bowling display from Alex Cusack.
Kervezee in supreme form as Dutch beat Kenya ( )
A magnificent 92 from Alexei Kervezee was the springboard for a comprehensive 117-run Dutch victory over Kenya in Voorburg on Saturday.
Ireland benefit from poor Afghanistan fielding ( )
A series of dropped catches help Ireland to 237 before rain intervened.
Scotland ride their luck for victory ( )
Captain Courageous Gordon Drummond said Scotland got out of jail to launch their World Cricket League campaign with a win.
Dutch bounce back with victory over Kenya ( )
The Netherlands shrugged off the disappointment of their loss to Scotland with a 117-run victory over Kenya.
Scotland win again ( )
Neil McCallum starred with the bat as Scotland overcame Canada easily in a rain-shortened match at Voorburg.
Scotland edge out Netherlands in thriller ( )
Opening day wins for Scotland, Afghanistan and Ireland.
Scotland squeeze home as Dutch throw win away ( )
Two missed chances in the final over enabled Scotland to beat their Dutch hosts by one wicket in Amstelveen on Thursday.
Stirling performance by Ireland ( )
Ireland hit the ground running in yesterday’s World League opener in Rotterdam with the almost perfect performance to dismiss the challenge of Kenya.
Johnston insists more to come from Ireland ( )
Ireland hoping to peak against their nemesis Afghanistan on Saturday.
Ireland receive timely boost ( )
Ireland received a big boost ahead of the defence of their WCL title in the Netherlands as they beat Canada by six wickets.
Simmons expects Afghans to triumph ( )
Ireland National coach Phil Simmons says that Afghanistan are favourites to win the World Cricket League
Canada confident of WCL success ( )
Canadian captain Ashish Bagai believes his side can win the tournament.
Replacements confirmed for WCL Division One ( )
Event technical committee approves replacements for Ireland, The Netherlands and Scotland.
Dutch aiming to win on home soil ( )
Dutch captain Peter Borren believes his side is ready to step up and win the World Cricket League Division 1 title.
Afghanistan preparing for the future ( )
The tournament in the Netherlands is to be the launching pad for their "unfulfilled dreams".
Kenya must overcome recent poor results ( )
Kenya will require solid performances from its experienced players if they are to challenge for the WCL Division 1 title.
Kenya face player strike ( )
Kenya's players are on strike, threatening their participation in WCL Division One.
Drummond aims for consistency ( )
Scotland skipper Gordon Drummond wants all round improvement during WCL Division One next month.
ICC announces WCL 1 match officials ( )
The referee and umpire appointments have been finalised for the warm-up and group stage.
WCL Division 1 squads confirmed ( )
ICC has released the squad lists for all six teams that will compete for the trophy in The Netherlands.
World Cricket League dates and venues ( )
Hong Kong, UAE and Botswana will host various WCL divisions in 2011.