Intercontinental Cup 2009/10 (Zimbabwe XI)

Intercontinental Cup 2009/10

Scotland v Canada: Mannofield Park, Aberdeen, 2-4 July 2009 (Match 1)
Scotland 185 (Drummond 52, Chohan 6/37) & 199 (Stander 64, Cheema 3/39)
Canada 142 (Cheema 24, MacLeod 4/66) & 213 (Jyoti 47, Moneeb Iqbal 2/31)
Scotland win by 29 runs

Ireland v Kenya: Woodvale Road, Eglinton, 3-6 July 2009 (Match 2)
Ireland 404 (Stirling 100, Tikolo 6/80) & 224/7 dec (White 59*, Kamande 2/18)
Kenya 331 (Kamande 73, West 4/94) & 245/8 (C Obuya 84, White 2/6)
Match drawn

Netherlands v Canada: Hazelaarweg, Rotterdam, 15-18 July 2009 (Match 3)
Canada 177 (Jyoti 37, van Bunge 3/11) & 419/9 decl (Dhaniram 144, Westdijk 4/85)
Netherlands 229 (Statham 57, Jyoti 3/59) & 233/8 (van Bunge 98*, Bhatti 4/32)
Match drawn

Canada v Kenya: Maple Leaf South-West Ground, King City, 14-17 August 2009 (Match 4)
Kenya 317 (Tikolo 158, Osinde 3/28) & 362/3 decl (Tikolo 169, Bhatti 2/63)
Canada 234 (Zahir 57, Odhiambo 3/60) & 198 (Samad 87, Varaiya 6/45)
Kenya win by 247 runs

Zimbabwe XI v Afghanistan (Match 5)
Mutare Sports Club, 16-19 August 2009

Zimbabwe XI 350 (Taibu 170, Mohamad Nabi 3/90) & 449/9 decl (Taibu 120, Dawlat Ahmadzai 2/40)
Afghanistan 427 (Noor Ali 130, Maruma 6/106) & 211/4 (Noor Ali 100*)
Match drawn (Match report & scorecard)

Scotland v Ireland: Mannofield Park, Aberdeen, 17-20 August 2009 (Match 6)
Ireland 202 (Porterfield 77, Haq 5/30) & 303 (Porterfield 118, Goudie 4/61)
Scotland 208 (Sheikh 100*, West 7/88) & 72/5 (Sheikh 17, Botha 2/16)
Match drawn

Netherlands v Afghanistan: VRA Ground, Amstelveen, 24-27 August 2009 (Match 7)
Netherlands 181 (de Grooth 54, Hamid Hassan 4/45) & 132 (Borren 63, Mirwais Ashraf 4/24)
Afghanistan 107 (Nowroz Mangal 41, Borren 3/21) & 209/9 (Noor Ali 56, Schiferli 5/57)
Afghanistan win by 1 wicket

Zimbabwe XI v Kenya (Match 8)
Kwekwe Sports Club, 7-10 October 2009

Kenya 333 (92.3 overs; Tikolo 61, Maruma 3/82) & 254 (74.3 overs; Ouma 54, Rainsford 2/25)
Zimbabwe XI 352 (103.5 overs; Sibanda 209, Odoyo 3/44) & 238/5 (62.5 overs; Sibanda 116*, Odoyo 1/18)
Zimbabwe XI win by 5 wickets (Match report & scorecard)

Afghanistan v Ireland: Rangiri Dambulla International Stadium, Dambulla, Sri Lanka, 21-24 January 2010 (Match 9)
Ireland 405 (118 overs; Porterfield 78, Samiullah Shenwari 4/75) & 202 (75.3 overs; Johnston 63*, Dawlat Ahmadzai 5/52)
Afghanistan 474 (153.2 overs; Mohammad Shahzad 88, White 4/99) & 137/3 (31.3 overs; Noor Ali 57, Johnston 1/13)
Afghanistan win by 7 wickets

Kenya v Scotland: Gymkhana Ground, Nairboi, 25-28 January 2010 (Match 10)
Kenya 91 (49.1 overs; Obuya 40, Berrington 3/13) & 323 (132.4 overs; Ouma 130, Nel 5/107)
Scotland 306 (116.1 overs; Sheikh 108, N Odhiambo 3/60) & 110/2 (32.2 overs; Lockhart 51*, Ngoche 1/17)
Scotland win by 8 wickets

Afghanistan v Canada: Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium, UAE, 20-23 February 2010 (Match 11)
Canada 566 (151.5 overs; Dhaniram 130, Samiullah Shenwari 4/118) & 191/4 decl (40 overs; Bastiampillai 73, Shapoor Zadran 2/85)
Afghanistan 264 (79 overs; Shabir Noori 60, Kumar 3/58) & 494/4 (106.4 overs; Mohammad Shahzad 214*, Dhaniram 1/47)
Afghanistan win by 6 wickets

Kenya v Netherlands: Gymkhana Club Ground, Nairobi, 20-23 February 2010 (Match 12)
Netherlands 385 (105.1 overs; ten Doeschate 212*, Otieno 4/57) & 367/6 decl (91 overs; Szwarczynski 93, Otieno 3/59)
Kenya 433 (110 overs; D Obuya 115, ten Doeschate 5/104) & 320/5 (62 overs; Patel 87, ten Doeschate 2/70)
Kenya win by 5 wickets

Netherlands v Scotland: Sportpark Het Schootsveld, Deventer, 10-13 June 2010 (Match 13)
Netherlands 210 (90 overs; Diepeveen 72*, Parker 4/63) & 257 (96.2 overs; Borren 109, Berrington 3/48)
Scotland 391 (133.2 overs; Berrrington 82, Seelar 3/67) & 77/6 (24.2 overs; McCallum 34*, Jonkman 5/21)
Scotland win by 4 wickets

Netherlands v Zimbabwe XI (Match 14)
VRA Ground, Amstelveen, 25-28 July 2010

Zimbabwe XI 298 (89 overs; Ervine 145, Westdijk 4/46) & 305/5 decl (70.3 overs; Sibanda 88, Jonkman 2/63)
Netherlands 186 (75.5 overs; Barresi 81, Mushangwe 3/47) & 280 (94 overs; Seelar 81*, Maruma 3/44)
Zimbabwe XI win by 137 runs (Match report & scorecard)

Canada v Zimbabwe XI (Match 15)
Maple Leaf North-West Ground, King City, Toronto, 2-4 August 2010

Canada 129 (54.2 overs; Rizwan Cheema 46*, Chatara 3/21) & 149 (56.5 overs; Hamza Tariq 39, Masakadza 5/58)
Zimbabwe XI 351 (97.1 overs; Ervine 177, Bhatti 6/98)
Zimbabwe XI win by an innings and 73 runs (Match report & scorecard)

Ireland v Netherlands: Observatory Lane, Rathmines, Dublin, 11-13 August 2010 (Match 16)
Netherlands 188 (64 overs; Diepeveen 41, Dockrel 4/36) & 136 (40 overs; Borren 37, Eastwood 4/62)
Ireland 408 (105.1 overs; White 144, Mohammad Kashif 5/53)
Ireland win by an innings and 84 runs

Scotland v Afghanistan: Cambusdoon New Ground, Ayr, 11-14 August 2010 (Match 17)
Afghanistan 435 (126.5 overs; Samiullah Shenwari 102, Drummond 2/60) & 249/5 dec (61.5 overs; Mohamman Shahzad 105*, Haq 2/66)
Scotland 140 (61.5 overs; Nel 36, Hamid Hassan 6/40) & 316 (110.5 overs; Chalmers 67, Hamid Hassan 5/114)
Afghanistan win by 229 runs

Canada v Ireland: Toronto Cricket, Skatng and Curling Club, 31 August - 3 September 2010 (Match 18)
Canada 120 (32 overs; Surkari 28, Johnston 5/23) & 316 (106.5 overs; Bagai 90, Botha 3/25)
Ireland 261 (72 overs; White 84, Osinde 5/68) & 176/4 (41.1 overs; Botha 61, Osinde 2/30)
Ireland win by 6 wickets

Zimbabwe XI v Ireland (Match 19)
Harare Sports Club, 20-23 September 2010

Ireland 465 (134.5 overs; White 102, Masakadza 5/107) & 151/4 (54 overs; Porterfield 66, Sibanda 1/3)
Zimbabwe XI 590 (173.2 overs; Williams 178, K O'Brien 4/104)
Match Drawn (Match report & scorecard)

Zimbabwe XI v Scotland (Match 20)
Match forfeited by Zimbabwe XI.

Kenya v Afghanistan: Gymkhana Ground, Nairobi, 2-5 October 2010 (Match 21)
Afghanistan 464 (105 overs; Nawroz Mangai 168, Otieno 4/99) & 207 (49.1 overs; Javed Ahmadi 55, Otieno 4/44)
Kenya 160 (39.5 overs; Water 73, Hamid Hassan 5/70) & 344 (90.5 overs; Obuya 79, Hamid Hassan 6/87)
Afghanistan win by 167 runs

Points Table (Final)

                  Pl  W  L  T  D  A  Pts    Quot
1  Afghanistan     6  5  0  0  1  0   97   1.275
2  Scotland        6  4  1  0  1  0   89   0.957
3  Zimbabwe XI     6  3  1  0  2  0   72   1.429
4  Ireland         6  2  1  0  3  0   55   1.160
5  Kenya           6  2  3  0  1  0   43   0.950
6  Netherlands     6  0  5  0  1  0   15   0.737
7  Canada          6  0  5  0  1  0    9   0.716

Points System
Outright Win: 14 pts
1st Innings Lead: 6 pts
Outright Tie: 7 pts each
1st Innings Tie: 3 pts each
Draw with more than 10 hours lost due to interruptions: 7 pts each
Draw with 10 hours or less lost due to interruptions: 3 pts each
Match completely abandoned without a ball being bowled: 10 pts each