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Scotland select U19 squad ( )
Scotland recently unveiled their squad for the Under 19 World Cup.
Ten Doeschate takes role at Kent ( )
Former Netherlands international Ryan ten Doeschate is joining Kent as their Batting Coach.
Netherlands to play Afghanistan in Qatar ( )
The Netherlands will play Afghanistan in Qatar next month as part of the World Cup Super League.
New contracts for Josh Davey and Fred Klaassen ( )
There was good news this week with Josh Davey and Fred Klaassen signing contract extensions with Somerset and Kent respectively.
Women's WCQ tournament called off ( )
The Womenís Cricket World Cup Qualifier in Harare has been called off due to the introduction of travel restrictions from a number of African countries, including the host country Zimbabwe, following the breakout of a new COVID-19 variant in southern Africa.
Thailand stun Bangladesh, Zimbabwe edge out USA ( )
Thailand stunned group favourites Bangladesh, while hosts Zimbabwe edged out USA by one wicket in a thrilling contest that ebbed and flowed throughout.
Netherlands, USA and Thailand beaten ( )
All the favourites won on the second day of the Women's WCQ in Zimbabwe.
Thailand and Bangladesh win on opening day ( )
Bangladesh scored a thrilling three-wicket win over sub-continental rivals Pakistan with only two deliveries to go while Thailand pulled off an eight-run win over Zimbabwe.
Three Sri Lankan players test positive for Covid-19 ( )
Three Sri Lanka players at the ICC Womenís Cricket World Cup Qualifier 2021 have tested positive for COVID-19 and are isolating.
UAE to host Women's Asia T20 WCQ ( )
The United Arab Emirates will be looking to make the most of home conditions as they commence their campaign in the Womenís T20 World Cup Asia Qualifier against Malaysia on Monday.
Dutch disappointment as Super League scrapped ( )
Netherlands Head Coach Ryan Campbell has spoken of his disappointment after ICC confirmed that the first edition of the World Cup Super League would be the last.
Honours shared between USA and Netherlands Women ( )
The Netherlands and USA women shared the spoils in their opening two warm-up matches ahead of the World Cup qualifiers in Zimbabwe.
14 Members to host ICC events ( )
11 Full Members and three Associate Members have been selected to host two World Cups, four T20 World Cups and two Champions Trophy events.
Watt signed for Abu Dhabi T10 League ( )
Scottish international Mark Watt has been drafted into the Northern Warriors squad for the forthcoming Abu Dhabi T10 League.
Papua New Guinea withdraw from Women's WCQ ( )
Papua New Guinea have withdrawn from the Womenís World Cup Qualifier in Zimbabwe as they are unable to send a team due to several members of the squad testing positive for COVID-19.
Pakistan top group as Scotland well beaten ( )
Pakistan saw off Scotland by 72 runs to top Group 2, preserve a perfect record and set up a semi-final clash with Australia at the T20 World Cup.
Ruthless India dismantle Scotland ( )
India kept their hopes of reaching the semi-finals at the T20 World Cup alive with a comprehensive eight-wicket triumph over Scotland at the Dubai International Stadium.
Davey replaced by Jones in Scotland squad ( )
The ICC has approved Michael Jones as a replacement for Joshua Davey in the Scotland squad.
New Zealand beat spirited Namibia ( )
New Zealand moved above Afghanistan into second spot in Group 2 following a 52-run win over a spirited Namibia in Sharjah.
Guptill blitz knocks out battling Scotland ( )
Martin Guptillís electric 93 helped New Zealand underline their semi-final credentials and knock Scotland out of the tournament with a comfortable 16-run victory in Dubai.
Rijke allowed to resume bowling ( )
The ICC has announced that following remedial work and re-assessment, the bowling action of Netherlands bowler Robine Rijke has been found to be legal, and she can resume bowling in international cricket.
T20 World Cup qualifiers continue ( )
The road to the T20 World Cup 2022 in Australia continues with seven Americas teams - Argentina, Bahamas, Belize, Bermuda, Canada, Panama and USA competing for two qualifying spots.
Namibia well beaten by Afghanistan ( )
Afghanistan got their T20 World Cup 2021 campaign back on track with a thumping 62-run victory over Namibia.
Netherlands select Women's World Cup squad ( )
The Netherlands have named their squad for next month's Women's World Cup Qualifiers in Zimbabwe, and it's notable for the return of Sterre Kalis and the retirement of Miranda Veringmeier.
USA name Women's squad for World Cup qualifiers ( )
After winning the ICC T20 World Cup Americas Qualifier in Mexico, earlier this week, USA Cricket has named the 15-player squad that will travel to Zimbabwe for the 2021 Cricket World Cup Qualifier.
Scotland trumped by Namibia ( )
A second defeat in the Super 12 stage for the Scots.
Pakistan and Afghanistan impress ( )
The flow of the T20 Cricket World Cup 2021 has gathered pace and you can feel the competition really heating up Ė literally.
Scotland spun back down to Earth ( )
Five wickets for Mujeeb Ur Rahman as Scotland's Super 12 campaign starts with a crushing defeat.
Ryan ten Doeschate retires from international cricket ( )
Ryan ten Doeschate has confirmed his retirement from international cricket as The Netherlands exited the T20 World Cup.
Sri Lanka blow away Netherlands ( )
Sri Lankaís bowlers shone as they recorded a dominant eight-wicket win over the Netherlands to top Group A in style and head into the Super 12s brimming with confidence.
Scotland trounce Oman to win Group ( )
Kyle Coetzer produced a captainís knock to steer Scotland to an eight-wicket win over Oman and book a place in the Super 12s.
Shakib stars as Bangladesh oust PNG ( )
Shakib Al Hasan produced another sensational performance as Bangladesh qualified for the Super 12s with an 84-run win against Papua New Guinea.
Mommsen backing Scotland to beat Oman ( )
There is frustration for Scotland that despite their historic win over Bangladesh, they still find themselves going into the final match against Oman in a must-win situation.
Winning ways continue for Jersey ( )
They ensure first place with a win over Italy, whilst Germany close in on the second qualifying spot.
Wiese stars as Namibia beat Netherlands ( )
David Wiese produced a stunning knock as Namibia dug themselves out of a precarious position to beat the Netherlands by six wickets and record their first victory of the ICC Menís T20 World Cup 2021.
Jersey progress in T20 qualifying ( )
Place in the global qualifier secured after win over Germany.
Berrington and Davey star as Scotland beat PNG ( )
Richie Berrington crunched a fabulous 70 and Josh Davey took four wickets as Scotland moved to the brink of the Super 12 with a 17-run win against Papua New Guinea.
Greaves the hero as Scotland stun Bangladesh ( )
Chris Greaves enjoyed the performance of a lifetime as he inspired Scotland to a shock six-run victory over Bangladesh in their opening match of the ICC Menís T20 World Cup 2021.
Scotland make history with Bangadesh win ( )
Chris Greavesí 28-ball 45 with the bat and 2 for 19 with the ball was the difference as the Scots recovered from 53/6 to record their first-ever win over a Full Member at a major ICC event.
Scotland start campaign with win ( )
A six run win over Bangladesh gets them off the mark in Oman.
Jersey still unbeaten as European qualifier rolls on ( )
They defend a low total to beat Denmark, whilst Germany beat Italy.
Jersey unbeaten after day two at Desert Springs ( )
Germany also win in Spain.
Great opportunity for Associate sides to show their mettle ( )
The motivation for the Associate nations at the ICC Menís T20 World Cup has never been bigger with four teams from Round 1 set to qualify for the Super 12 stage.
Jersey and Italy win as European final gets underway ( )
They beat Germany and Denmark on day one in Spain.
Netherlands and Scotland win T20 warm-ups ( )
The Netherlands and Scotland both gained morale boosting wins in their second and final T20 World Cup warm-up matches against Oman and Namibia respectively.
Denmark, Germany, Italy and Jersey set for battle ( )
The qualification pathway to the T20 World Cup 2022 Australia will continue this week with Denmark, Germany, Italy and Jersey set to compete in the Europe Qualifier hosted in Spain.
Scotland beat Netherlands in T20 WC warm-up ( )
Four wickets apiece from Chris Greaves and Mark Watt saw Scotland beat The Netherlands by 32 runs in a low-scoring game in Abu Dhabi.
Scotland confirm final 15 for T20 World Cup ( )
Scotland have confirmed their final squad of 15 for the T20 World Cup, with Chris Sole and Oli Hairs the unlucky duo to miss out.
Denmark confirm squad for T20 European qualifers ( )
Denmark have confirmed their squad for the European T20 World Qualifiers which gets under way later this week.
Hong Kong through after Asia B qualifier cancelled ( )
The ICC Menís T20 World Cup Asia B Qualifier which is two steps away from Australia 2022 has been cancelled and Hong Kong will progress to the next stage of the pathway.
Scotland launches T20 World Cup shirt ( )
Cricket Scotland have unveiled the shirt that the players will wear at the T20 World Cup in the UAE and Oman this month which was designed by competition winner, 12-year-old Rebecca Downie from East Lothian.
Scotland hopes dashed by cyclone in Oman ( )
Scotlandís men saw their hopes of winning a fourth successive match in World Cup League 2 dashed as a tropical cyclone moved its way towards Muscat.
Munsey and Budge fined ( )
Scotland players George Munsey and Dylan Budge have both been fined 15 per cent of their match fee for breaching Level 1 of the ICC Code of Conduct.
Italy cap comeback by qualifying for Championship week ( )
Despite defeats in their first four games, Italy reach the Group C final and qualify for the championship week at the European Championship.
Leask stars as Scotland edge out PNG ( )
Scotland maintained their winning record in the Cricket World Cup League 2 in Oman as they beat Papua New Guinea by four wickets in a closely fought match, chasing down the winning runs with seven balls to spare.
Italy fight back on day three ( )
Wins over England XI and Finland lift them off the foot of the table. Germany also win twice in Spain.
Scotland to play PNG and Namibia ( )
Scotland will play Papua New Guinea and Namibia as part of their T20 World Cup preparations.
Scotland beat table toppers Oman ( )
Richie Berrington hits 97 as Scotland beat Oman.
England XI still unbeaten after day two ( )
They beat Italy and Germany at the Cartama Oval, with Finland, Germany and the Czech Republic also recording wins.
Germany v Italy last ball thriller highlights Group C day one ( )
Czech Republic and the England XI are the unbeaten teams at the Cartama Oval.
Scotland win in CWC League 2 return ( )
Their first match in the tournament for almost two years is a six wicket win over Papua New Guinea.
Group B concludes at European Championship ( )
A rain-soaked final day ends with Netherlands XI and Austria qualifying.
Scotland U19s face nervous wait after Irish defeat ( )
Scotlandís face a nervous wait to find out if they have qualified for Saturdayís final of the U19 World Cup Europe Qualifier after suffering their first defeat of the tournament against Ireland
Scotland face PNG and Oman in WCL2 campaign ( )
Scotlandís Men re-start their Cricket World Cup League 2 campaign on Saturday as they take on Papua New Guinea in Muscat.
Dutch pull away from the pack at Cartama ( )
The Netherlands XI have a clear lead after day three of Group B at the European Championships.
Floyd century highlights Group B day two in Spain ( )
Netherlands XI opener Clayton Floyd hits the first European Championship T10 century as the Dutch remain unbeaten.
European Championships Group B underway ( )
Austria and the Netherlands XI are the early front runners as the tournament resumes in Spain.
Scotland too strong for Jersey in U19 qualifiers ( )
Scotlandís U19 men made a strong start to their U19 World Cup qualifying campaign as they beat Jersey by eight wickets in their opening match at Desert Springs in Spain.
Shumba heroics help Zimbabwe beat Scotland ( )
Milton Shumba broke Scotland's hearts with a hard-hit half century as Zimbabwe beat Scotland in the T20I decider at The Grange.
Jade Dernbach to play for Italy ( )
Former England international Jade Dernbach will play for Italy at the European T20 World Cup Qualifier.
Clydesdale clinch title with thrilling win over Ferguslie ( )
CLYDESDALE last night produced a remarkable fightback to claim the Western Premier title in a pulsating winner-takes-all decider against Ferguslie.
Zimbabwe beat Scotland to level series ( )
Sean Williams top scored with 60 not out as Zimbabwe edged out Scotland by ten runs to level the three match T20I series at 1-1.
Scotland go one-up in first T20I ( )
Richie Berrington stars in seven run win.
Spain & Belgium through to championships week ( )
Group A of the European Championship concludes in Spain.
Hosts nudge ahead of Belgium as Group A round-robin concludes ( )
Spain move to the top of the table heading into the Group A play-offs.
Belgium still on top after day three ( )
They lost for the first time but are still the front runners in Group A at the European Championships
The rain in Spain falls mainly on the European Championship ( )
Belgium remain unbeaten after a rain reduced day at the Cartama Oval.
European Championship underway in Spain ( )
Belgium and Sweden are out in front after day one of Group A.
Switzerland to play first T20Is ( )
They'll play Gibraltar, Bulgaria and hosts Malta next month.
Surprise win for Spain in T20I series ( )
They beat the more fancied Germans in a three match T20I series.
Ferguslie stay in contention for Western title ( )
The meeting of Ferguslie and leaders Clydesdale on the final day of the season will probably be the title decider.
Romania win Continental Cup ( )
The hosts beat Luxembourg in todayís final.
Luxembourg and Romania to face off in Continental Cup final ( )
The teams beat Hungary and Malta in today's semi-finals.
Continental Cup continues in Romania ( )
Hosts top Group B as the round robin stage concludes.
Two wins for Luxembourg as Continental Cup underway ( )
The six team tournament started in Romania today.
Under-19 qualifier moved from La Manga ( )
Decision comes after criticism of pitch conditions at womenís qualifier.
Scotland finish unbeaten ( )
A straightforward win over France ensures an unbeaten record in the Womenís European qualifier.
Sweden win in first women's T20I ( )
They triumphed over Scandinavian rivals Norway today.
Scotland secure qualification ( )
A ten wicket win over Germany secures their place in next year's global qualifier.
Netherlands top in La Manga ( )
The Dutch move top of the table heading into tomorrow's rest day.
Overdijk makes history in Spain ( )
Frederique Overdijk takes the first seven wicket haul in T20I cricket.
International cricket returns to Scotland ( )
Scotland will play Zimbabwe in three T20I matches in September.
Portugal sweep tri-series ( )
Hosts beat Malta and Gibraltar to secure victory in menís T20I series.
Finland and Sweden share T20I series ( )
Nordic neighbours tie four match series.
Scotland Women’s squad for World Cup qualifying tournament ( )
Head Coach Mark Coles has named his squad for the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Europe Qualifier which takes place at La Manga, Spain later this month.
Meigle survival hopes dwindle with defeat to Heriots ( )
Although Meigle's hopes were raised when they defeated RH Corstorphine on Saturday, a heavy defeat to Heriots the following day makes them likely to be relegated.
Heriots and Clydesdale remain on top ( )
Heriots continued their march towards Scotland's Eastern Premier title while Clydesdale win easily to stay top in the West.
Heriots close in on Eastern title ( )
Heriots took a huge step towards the Eastern Premier title glory with a victory over champions Forfarshire; weather wins in vital Western Premier match between Clydesdale and Uddingston.
Italy to host Austria for womenís T20I series ( )
The series will be the first such matches for Italyís women.
Derby win for Clydesdale ( )
West leaders Clydesdale recovered from a top order collapse to win their derby match at Poloc; In the East Forfarshire stepped up their title defence with victory at Meigle.
Dutch results: 25 July ( )
Punjab's sudden slump continued as they were bowled out for just 84 by Voorburg; Sparta were bowled out for just 42 at home to HCC.
Scottish runfest continues ( )
It was a story of record highs and lows as the Eastern Premier title race continued to offer new twists and turns at the weekend.
Remarkable comeback seals series for Belgium ( )
A record ninth wicket partnership as Belgium complete an amazing comeback to secure their series against Austria.
Dutch results: 18 July ( )
Punjab's winning run in the Topklasse comes to an end as they lose at home to VRA. HCC are too good for HBS in The Hague derby match.
New leaders Heriots consolidate their position in Scotland ( )
New Eastern Premier leaders Heriots completed a winning weekend on Sunday as they cruised to a revenge victory over RH Corstorphine.
Bad day for top two in Scotland ( )
East leaders Grange lost to second place Heriots while in the West Clydesdale suffered their first defeat of the season.
Switzerland rejoin ICC ( )
Cricket Switzerland joins along with Mongolia and Tajikistan. Zambia expelled and Russia suspended.
Denmark ramp up qualifier preparation ( )
Matches against Sweden and in the Netherlands next month.
Scottish trio sign for Kent ( )
George Munsey, Calum MacLeod and Safyaan Sharif will play for the county in the T20 Blast.
Dutch results: 10 July ( )
Punjab stretch their lead to ten points while HBS move into second place with a win over basement side Dosti.
Grange stay top with easy win over Forfarshire ( )
Grange remain top in Scotland's Eastern Premier League while Uddingston dismiss Dumfries for just 30 in the Western Premier competition.
Germany women extend winning run ( )
Germany have now won 14 games in a row after whitewashing France.
Controversy in Malta as Belgium win series ( )
Penalty runs overturn a result in the five match T20I series.
Parker century in vain ( )
A brilliant century from Matthew Parker proved in vain yesterday as Grange maintained their Eastern Premier title push with victory over Arbroath.
Dutch players secure Hundred places ( )
Fred Klassen and Sterre Kalis are picked up for the new competition that starts this month.
Scotland XI win against Durham ( )
Centuries from Oli Hairs and George Munsey led a Scotland XI to a convincing victory over a Durham XI.
Perhaps, possibly, maybe. Probably! ( )
Is there a quiet revolution occurring in Europe? Perhaps, possibly, maybe.
Warriors and Knights reach final ( )
The Western Warriors will play the Eastern Knights in the final of Scotland’s Regional Pro Series.
Cross is a run machine ( )
Scotland's Matthew Cross scored his second double century of the season and his third three-figure score as Heriot’s put Arbroath to the sword.
Romania win Sofia T20 ( )
They beat Bulgaria in this morningís final.
Romania on top after second day in Sofia T20 ( )
Three wins out of three for the Romanians, with Greece also winning today.
More pathway events relocated, postponed and cancelled ( )
European tournaments moved, CWC League 2 series postponed and African U19 qualifier cancelled.
More T20Is on the horizon in Europe ( )
Series in Malta, Belgium and Germany announced.
Sofia T20 underway in Bulgaria ( )
Wins for hosts and Romania as the T20I quadrangular kicks off.
Runs galore in Scotland ( )
The spate of remarkable individual scores continued as Scotland duo Oli Hairs and Matthew Cross made merry between the showers in the capital.
Dutch Results: 19 June ( )
Punjab maintain their top position with a huge win against Dosti. HBS, VOC and Excelsior remain just behind them.
Hairs stars for Eastern Knights ( )
A century from Oli Hairs helpedthe Knights to victory over the Warriors in Scotland's Regional Pro Series.
Scotland internationals join Durham on short-term loan ( )
Kyle Coetzer and Ali Evans will join the Durham squad for their next two T20 Blast games.
Dutch results: 12 June ( )
Punjab stay top after a nine wicket win at home to ACC; but Excelsior and Voorburg both lost ground as they fell to VRA and HBS respectively. Voorburg clinched the Women's Hoofdklasse title.
Danish results: 12-13 June ( )
Four teams now share top spot in the Elitedivision, while two victories clinch the T20 East section for Svanholm.
Guernsey results: 8-12 June ( )
Charlie Birch scores a century as Old Elizabethans chase 224 successfully against Cobo.
ICC award for Kathryn Bryce ( )
Scottish all-rounder Kathryn Bryce has been selected as the ICC Women’s Player of the Month for May.
Scottish Leagues review: 14 June ( )
Eastern Premier leaders Grange were in record-breaking form as they made 346-8 – the highest tally of the season – as they overpowered Stoneywood-Dyce.
Wetoto stars as Kenya win Kwibuka tournament ( )
Kenyan off-spinner Sarah Wetoto takes six wickets as her team surprise unbeaten Namibia in the Kwibuka final.
Namibia and Kenya to face off in Kwibuka final ( )
The teams beat Nigeria and Rwanda respectively in today's semi-finals.
Nigeria secure Kwibuka semi-final spot ( )
They beat Botswana in a close match to take their place in tomorrow's semi-finals.
Namibia still unbeaten, Rwanda secure semi-final spot ( )
The semi-finals are taking shape with one day left in the round robin stage of the Kwibuka tournament.
Dutch Results: 5-6 June ( )
Punjab maintained their leadership of the Topklasse with a comfortable victory over HCC. Voorburg thrashed Dosti at Dreiburg to keep up their challenge as did Excelsior, who easily defeated VOC.
Germany women to host France ( )
The five match T20I series will take place at Krefeld next month.
Namibia make it three out of three ( )
Namibia record their third win as the Kwibuka tournament continues. Kenya also win on day three in Rwanda.
Kenya and Namibia win on day two ( )
A higher scoring second day in Rwanda as the Kwibuka Tournament continues.
Scotland's Pro League starts with two double centuries ( )
The Eastern Knights and Western Warriors both recorded convincing victories in the opening fixtures of the revamped competition.
Scottish Leagues review: 5 June ( )
The Western Premier programme finally started but holders Uddingston went down by 4 wickets at home to Clydesdale.
Kwibuka tournament underway in Rwanda ( )
Hosts and Namibia win on opening day of the five team tournament.
Guernsey Review: 29 May ( )
The Guernsey Board XI had little trouble chasing 141 to beat the MCC at College Field.
Dutch Results: 29 May ( )
Dutch captain Pieter Seelaar scored an unbeaten century as leaders VOC beat HBS by 76 runs.
Danish Round-up: 29-30 May ( )
Skanderborg had little trouble overcoming the challenge of bottom-placed Albertslund in the EliteDivision.
Scottish Leagues review: 29 May ( )
Majid Rasheed ensures Meigle claim an historic first-ever Eastern Premier win at the expense of Arbroath.
Kirsten joins Dutch coaching team ( )
Gary Kirsten will be on the coaching staff of The Netherlands for the crucial World Cup Super League games against Ireland.
Netherlands choose squad to face Ireland ( )
The Netherlands will be without four of their English county stars for the World Cup Super League matches against Ireland next week.
Dutch Review: 24 May ( )
VOC go back to the top of the Topklasse table as Voorburg slip up against Punjab.
Guernsey Review: 18-22 May ( )
Griffins win again in the Championship; Max Stokes scores a double century and takes four wickets for Old Elizabethans.
Danish Roundup: 22-23 May ( )
Leaders Svanholm go down at Ishøj; Skanderborg and Ishøj are now the only unbeaten sides.
Dutch Results: 22 May ( )
Voorburg go top of the Topklasse table as VOC are rained off. All the Topklasse and women's Hoofdklasse results and tables.
Austria lift cup on final day ( )
A loss to Luxembourg and a victory over their Czech hosts on the final day secures the Central Europe Cup.
Eastern Premier review: 22 May ( )
Champions Forfarshire had an early wobble against Arbroath before Scott Cameron settled their nerves.
Asia Cup postponed ( )
Covid-19 causes the postponement of the six team event.
Scotland bounce back to square series ( )
Maiden ODI 5fer for Evans and a fifth wicket century stand between George Munsey and Dylan Budge are the keys for Scotland.
Scotland go down in first ODI in Rotterdam ( )
The Netherlands defeated Scotland thanks to a splendid innings from Max O'Dowd in a rain-reduced game.
Austria in pole position after day two ( )
Austria top the table heading into the final day of the Central Europe Cup.
Luxembourg on the back foot as Central Europe Cup underway ( )
Luxembourg play twice and lose twice on day one of the tournament.
Scotland bounce back to square series ( )
Maiden ODI 5fer for Evans and fifth wicket century stand the keys for Scotland.
Second ODI brought forward ( )
Forecast for Friday causes change in schedule.
O'Dowd stars in Dutch ODI return ( )
Netherlands win in first ODI in almost two years.
Grant Stewart to play for Italy ( )
The Kent pace bowler will play in the European T20 World Cup Qualifier in October.
Womenís East Asia Cup agreement confirmed ( )
The competition will be held in each of the next four years.
Guernsey Results: 15 May ( )
The Championship begins with a thrilling one wicket victory for Griffins against Old Elizabethans.
Danish Results: 15-16 May ( )
Svanholm dismiss Herning for 26 in the Elitedivision, but then taste T20 defeat for the first time as they go down to KB.
Dutch Results: 15-16 May ( )
VOC go top of the Topklasse with a big win against Sparta, as Excelsior lose to Punjab..
Campbell thrilled as Netherlands bounce back to level series ( )
Netherlands Head Coach Ryan Campbell was delighted as his A team as they responded to Tuesday’s opening defeat to beat Ireland Wolves by five wickets.
Scotland go for experience against Dutch ( )
Scotland's Head Coach Shane Burger has selected the squad of 14 to travel to Rotterdam to face the Netherlands later this month.
Three ICC Men's T20 World Cup European Qualifiers cancelled ( )
Sub-regional events cancelled due to Covid-19.
Malta withdraw from Central Europe Cup ( )
Covid restrictions cause Malta to pull out of the T20I tournament.
Action at last for Scotland and Ireland ( )
Ireland and Scotland Women will play a four-match T20I series in Belfast later in May.
Netherlands A squad announced ( )
The Netherlands have named a strong A squad for their three matches next week against their Irish counterparts.
Danish results: 1-2 May ( )
Svanholm begin their Elitedivision campaign with a convincing victory at Soraner.
Royal honour for Rob Kemming ( )
The former Dutch team manager has been made a Knight of the Order of Orange-Nassau by King Willem Alexander.
Hat-trick for Hamid Shah ( )
Danish international Hamid Shah has been honoured for the third year as the country's top player.
Topklasse roundup ( )
HCC started the 2021 campaign where they left off last season with an emphatic 177-run win against ACC.
Danish Results: 25 April ( )
KB make it four wins out of four in the T20 League, while Svanholm wins the opening Elitedivision match.
Oak Hill to host Ireland Wolves v Netherlands ( )
Rural setting for all three matches between Ireland Wolves and Netherlands A which take place in May.
Death of Bill McKaig ( )
Bill was a cricket lover, following both the Scotland national team and Greenock.
Central Europe Cup draw ( )
Czech Republic, Austria, Luxembourg, and Malta contest the tournament in Prague on May 21-23.
Dutch thrashed in T20 final ( )
The Netherlands bowled out for under 100 in response to Nepalís 238.
Czechs announce Central Europe Cup squad ( )
The tournament involving Czech Republic, Austria, Luxembourg and Malta will be held in Prague from May 21-23.
Dutch tie with Malaysia to secure final spot ( )
The Netherlands match with Malaysia finishes in a tie as the tri-series continues.
Malaysia award contracts to women's national team ( )
Twelve month contracts have been awarded to 15 national team players.
Global development award winners announced ( )
Argentina, Brazil, Uganda and Vanuatu crowned winners.
Netherlands win in remarkable chase ( )
Bas de Leede stars as the Netherlands chase over 200 to beat Nepal.
Netherlands to host Scotland for ODIs in May ( )
Scotland will take on the Netherlands in two one day internationals on 19th and 21st May in Rotterdam.
Netherlands A set for Irish visit ( )
The Netherlands A three match series against Ireland Wolves is expected to go ahead next month.
Another easy win for Nepal ( )
Nepal cruised to another nine wicket win at the T20 tri-series, this time over Malaysia.
O'Dowd blitz secures Dutch win ( )
Max O'Dowd scores the first menís T20I century for the Netherlands as they beat Malaysia in a close match in Nepal.
Nepal cruise to win over Dutch ( )
Nepal easily beat the Netherlands as the T20I tri-series gets underway in Kirtipur.
USA Cricket hails successful menís Under-19 Championship ( )
Mid-Atlantic Zone crowned champions after event in Texas.
Namibia sweep Uganda in T20Is and one-dayers ( )
Namibia win all five matches against Uganda across T20 and 50-over formats.
Canadian T20 league to take place in Kuala Lumpur ( )
The Global T20 Canada will take place in Malaysia this year.
Two men's CWC Challenge League series rescheduled ( )
Series in Malaysia and Canada rescheduled due to Covid-19.
ICC celebrates positive impact of cricket during 2020 ( )
20 regional winners from 17 countries across four categories crowned ICC Development Award regional winners.
Sandri appointed PNG Coach ( )
Former Italian international Carl Sandri has been appointed Head Coach of Papua New Guinea.
Knox joins Forfarshire ( )
Former Scotland international Steve Knox is joining Forfarshire as Head Coach for the 2021 season.
Tri-Nations T20I series in Nepal ( )
Nepal will host the Netherlands and Malaysia for a T20I tri-series next month.
Lamichhane signs with Worcestershire ( )
The Nepali leg-spinner will be an overseas player in the T20 Blast.
Coronavirus forces ECL management to postpone ECL21 in Spain ( )
The second staging of the European Cricket League has been postponed until 2022.
Namibia take on Uganda in Castle Lite Series ( )
Namibia will host Uganda for T20I and 50 over action next month.
Men's T20 World Cup 2022 Regional Qualifiers postponed ( )
Qualifiers in Africa and Asia are to be postponed or cancelled due to the pandemic.
USA Cricket statement on lawsuit ( )
USA Cricket respond to a lawsuit filed by two of its directors.
Naveed and Shaiman banned for eight years each under ICC Anti-Corruption Code ( )
United Arab Emirates players Mohammad Naveed and Shaiman Anwar Butt have been banned from all cricket for eight years.
Schedule for USA men's Under-19 national championship confirmed ( )
All eight teams will play four 50-over matches next month in Texas.
Tim Cutler appointed new CEO of Vanuatu Cricket ( )
The former Hong Kong CEO will start his new role in the middle of the year.
Groups announced for European Cricket Championship ( )
The European Cricket Network have carried out the draw for their European Cricket Championship.
ICC announces expansion of the women's game ( )
The ICC announces an expansion to their women's World Cups.
Cricket Canada and USA Cricket announce return of Auty Cup ( )
The oldest international fixture in sport will return in July.
Germany women announce World Cup qualifier warm-up ( )
Germanyís women will play host to France in July.
USA Cricket announces menís U19 national championship ( )
Prairie View Cricket Complex in Houston, Texas will play host to the historic first USA Cricket U19 National Championship from April 4th - 11th.
Everest Premier League confirmed to return in September ( )
After COVID-19 cancelled the 2020 edition, the Everest Premier League will return in September.
Live-streaming of qualifiers an overdue but welcome development ( )
Itís been a long time coming, but the announcement that qualification events will be live streamed is very welcome.
Belgium announce three warm-up series ( )
Belgium will play three T20I series in preparation for T20 World Cup qualifying.
Denmark appoint Ruan Low ( )
The Danish Cricket Federation have appointed Ruan Low as their new Head Coach, replacing Jeremy Bray who left to join Vanuatu last month.
Netherlands A to visit Ireland ( )
Netherlands A will be flying to Ireland for three games against their counterparts, currently pencilled in for May 10th, 12th and 13th.
541 pathway games to be livestreamed ( )
The International Cricket Council has announced that for the first time ever 541 pathway event matches across three ICC World Cups will be live streamed globally in partnership with IMG.
Netherlands to play in European Cricket Championships ( )
The KNCB have confirmed that Netherlands A will play in the European Cricket Championships in Spain later this year.
Mark Coles appointed Scotland Women Coach ( )
The New Zealander takes over at the helm from Steve Knox, who held the role for five years on a part-time basis.
Wesley Barresi retires from cricket ( )
Netherlands wicket-keeper batsman Wes Barresi has retired from cricket at the age of 35.
KNCB extend Campbell contract ( )
The KNCB have agreed a contract extension with Head Coach Ryan Campbell.
More tournaments bite the dust ( )
The ICC has announced that the three upcoming series in the World Cup League 2 due to take place between March and May, have been postponed because of COVID-19.
Return of European Championships ( )
The European Championships, last played under the ICC Europe banner in 2010 before evolving into the European leg of the ICCís T20 pathway, are set to return later this year.
USA spinner Patel action cleared ( )
The ICC has announced that following remedial work and re-assessment, the bowling action of USA spinner Nisarg Patel has been found to be legal.
Logan van Beek to play for Voorburg ( )
Dutch international Logan Van Beek will be playing domestic cricket for Voorburg during the 2021 campaign.
USA name Women's and U19 squads ( )
USA Cricket has announced the USA Womenís National and USA Womenís National Under 19 Training Groups.
France name squad ( )
France Cricket have named a squad of 18 for the 2021 season.
Another series cancelled as Qatar call off Nepal games ( )
Covid-19 pandemic sees yet another proposed series bite the dust with Nepal's short tour of Qatar falling by the wayside.
UAE players facing lengthy bans ( )
United Arab Emirates (UAE) players Mohammad Naveed and Shaiman Anwar Butt have been found guilty of two offences each under the ICC Anti-Corruption Code
Czech cricket unveil new coaches ( )
Czech cricket has unveiled their new coaching and selection personnel for the 2021 season.
Nepal to play Qatar next month ( )
Nepal will be back in action next month as they travel to take on Qatar in a T20 series in Doha.
Bray takes on Vanuatu role ( )
Jeremy Bray has left Denmark for a new role as Head Coach of Vanuatu.
UAE name squad for Ireland clashes ( )
The UAE have named a squad of 17 for their four-match ODI series against Ireland which gets under way on Friday at the Sheikh Zayed stadium.
Berg appointed Italy Head Coach ( )
Gareth Berg has been named as the new Head Coach of the Italian National team.