• ICC CWC CHALLENGE LEAGUE A 2019
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Canada, Qatar off to winning starts in Challenge League A
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  • 2019-09-17
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Canada opened their ICC World Cup Challenge League A campaign with a five-wicket win over Vanuatu in Kuala Lumpur on Tuesday while Qatar defeated Singapore by 19 runs in a nail-biting encounter.After Monday's opening match saw Malaysia defeat Denmark by 44 runs, four more teams played their first matches in Group A at the Kinrara Oval and Selangor Turf Club to begin qualification for the 2023 Cricket World Cup in India.Canada secured victory with 18 overs to spare after captain Navneet Dhal[...]

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Malaysia bank on experienced duo to stun Denmark in Challenge League opener
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  • 2019-09-17
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Experienced pair Suharril Fetri Shuib and Norwira Zazmie Halim led a rear-guard fightback as hosts Malaysia claimed the opening day honors of the ICC Cricket World Cup Challenge League A with a 44-run win over Denmark at the Kinrara Oval on Monday.Malaysia recovered from losing three of their top order without scoring to post 192 for seven wickets thanks to an unbeaten half-century from Suharril, who then took two wickets to help dismiss Denmark for 148 in 42.2 overs.Suharril, whose unbeaten 64[...]

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Malaysia Day marks start of two weeks of Challenge League action
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  • 2019-09-16
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Malaysia begin the long trek towards qualifying for the 2023 ICC Cricket World Cup on Monday, just two months after the end of the 2019 edition at Lord's, when the hosts play Denmark in the newly-structured ICC World Cup Challenge League. The World Cup Challenge League is qualification pathway to the next World Cup in India, replacing the World Cricket League, with all matches having List A status. It is split into two groups and only the top team in each group advance to a play-off to[...]

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Qatar Deny Malaysia Consolation Win
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  • 2019-07-29
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Malaysia finished bottom of the standings at the Asian Regional Finals qualifying tournament for next year’s ICC T20 World Cup after a four-wicket defeat to Qatar at the Singapore Indian Association ground on Saturday.With neither side in the running for the sole berth to the next qualifying stage, Qatar rallied after a promising start by Malaysia to secure their second win of the tournament with two balls to spare and third place.Malaysia, the lowest-ranked team in the tournament at 35th[...]

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