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Malaysia beat S'pore for cricket title

The New Paper | Tuesday, Jul 1, 2014

Malaysia beat Singapore by 57 runs to claim the International Cricket Council's World Cricket League Division Four title at Kallang yesterday.

The visitors scored 235-7 in 50 overs and then bowled out Singapore for 178 in 46.1 overs, with Chaminda Ruwan scoring 54. Both teams on Friday qualified for the WCL Division Three.

Scores:

At Kallang: Malaysia 235-7 in 50 overs (K. Hayat 63, A. Arudin 43, A. Faiz 33; C. Janik 2-46). Singapore 178 in 47 overs (C. Kumarage, 54 R. Gaznavi 27; S. Fetri 3-31, H. Ghulam 2-18, P. Singh 2-41).

3rd-place play-off at Singapore Cricket Club: Denmark 275-9 in 50 overs (Z. Khan 54, H. Shah 52, Z. Shah 49, M. Pedersen 43; D. Marage 4-33, V. Pennazza 3-44). Italy 240-9 in 50 overs (A. Bonora 56, M. Raso 52, G. Munasinghe 42; Bashir Shah 3-33, A. Ahmed 2-26, A. Bulow 2-42). Denmark win by 35 runs.

5th-place playoff at Indian Association: Oman 246 in 49 overs (J. Singh 90; Nat Watkins 3-43, C. Perchard 3-34). Jersey 210 in 45.3 overs (E. Farley 55, P. Gough 50; A. Lalcheta 3-30, M. Ansari 3-44). Oman win by 36 runs.


This article was first published on June 29, 2014.
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