|World Twenty20 Cup Qualifier: Belfast, Northern Ireland, August 2008|
News & Feature Articles
ICC WT20 Qualifier is a “great success” ( )
ICC High Performance Manager Richard Done congratulates Cricket Ireland on their staging of the tournament.
Rain means Ireland and the Netherlands share trophy ( )
The final in Belfast was washed out without a ball being bowled.
Canada beats Bermuda in 5th-6th place play-off ( )
Canada defeated Bermuda by eight wickets in the penultimate match of the tournament.
Scotland beats Kenya to finish third ( )
Scottish openers Kyle Coetzer and Ryan Watson put on 102 runs for the first wicket.
Flawless Netherlands qualifies by beating Scotland ( )
The Netherlands coasted to a comfortable five-wicket success over Scotland to reach the final.
Ireland becomes the first qualifier ( )
Ireland laboured to a four-wicket victory against Kenya to gain their place in ICC World Twenty20 2009.
Connell takes 3-8 as Ireland progresses ( )
Ireland enters ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier semi-final by the skin of its teeth.
Scratchy Kenya reaches semi-finals ( )
Kenya defeated Canada by five wickets to become the third team to qualify for the semi-finals.
Scotland reaches semi-final after victory over Bermuda ( )
A comfortable eight wicket victory saw Scotland become the second side to qualify for the semi-finals.
The Netherlands reaches semi-finals ( )
Victory for Canada but the small margin guarantees the Dutch a semi-final berth.
Weeraratna replaces Rogers for Scotland ( )
Technical Committee confirms Sean Weeraratna can replace Glenn Rogers in Scotland's squad.
Ireland pulls off thrilling four-wicket victory over Scotland ( )
Andre Botha’s all-round performance earns him man-of-the-match award.
Netherlands stuns Kenya in tournament opener ( )
A fine all-round performance by Ryan ten Doeschate helps the Dutch to a 19 run victory.
Stirling and Mol come in for Ireland and The Netherlands ( )
Technical Committee confirms replacements in Irish and Dutch squads.
Top Associate teams gear up for ICC WT20 Qualifier ( )
One venue, four days, six teams, 11 games and places at ICC WT20 2009 up for grabs.
Trent Johnston back for Ireland’s campaign ( )
“I don’t think there will be any clear-cut favourites in Belfast,” says former captain.
Davison returns to lead Canada’s charge ( )
“The best side that has come together for Canada in a long time,” says wicketkeeper-batsman Ashish Bagai.
Leverock believes age irrelevant to a sportsman ( )
Bermuda spinner says he is still passionate and competitive.
Van Bunge wants another crack at Gibbs ( )
Dutch all-rounder is out to avenge six sixes at ICC CWC 2007.
Odoyo happy for Kenya to stay under the radar ( )
“It’s good to be thought of as a team to be reckoned with but that can bring pressure too”, says experienced all-rounder.
Blain bubbling for Belfast ( )
Scots bowler confident for ICC WT20 Qualifier; Watson and Hamilton add to experience.
WT20 squads confirmed ( )
All six national squads are confirmed ahead of the ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier in Ireland.
ICC announces revised schedule for ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier ( )
Includes third and fourth place play-off to cater for possibility of third team going forward to ICC WT20 2009.
Players look forward to next year's ICC World Twenty20 in England ( )
Some of the world's top players have given their support to the ICC World Twenty20 event which will take place in England next year.
‘Fast, furious and entertaining’ – India’s dramatic triumph ( )
A look back on the inaugural ICC World Twenty20 event, which saw India beat Pakistan in a dramatic final.