2007 ICC EAP Cricket Trophy (One day)

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The 2007 ICC EAP Cricket Trophy (International Cricket Council East Asia Pacific Cricket Trophy) is an international cricket tournament that forms part of the ICC World Cricket League. It was played in Auckland, New Zealand from 2 to 8 December 2007, and forms part of the qualification structure for the 2011 Cricket World Cup.

Teams[edit]

The top two teams from the tournament will qualify for Division Five of the World Cricket League in Jersey in May 2008.[1]

Squads[edit]

 Cook Islands  Indonesia  Japan
Patiia Ataeara
Chris Brown
Dunu Eliaba
Tino Etita
Pita Glassie
Joseph Joe
John Kairua
Mou Maururai
Teanini Raumea
Dawn Tare
Enuake Tare
Rusan Tare
Davis Teinaki
Daniel Webb
Grant Bradburn (Coach)
Retire Puapili (Manager)
Chad Jeremy Paull (Captain)
Pratyush Chaturvedi
Putra Dharmawan
Marten Eddy
Mohammad Imran
Srinivas Subramanian Krishnan
Subhash Modgil
Rajeev Kumar Radhakrishnan Nair
Fernandes Nato
Rajeev Rajeshwaran
Yesemberti O Rosongna
I Wayan Suandi
Simon Turnbull
Courtenay Werleman
Robert Hindmarsh (Coach)
Prakash Vijaykumar (Manager)
Ko Irie (Captain)
Masanori Abe
Gavin Beath
Tatsuro Chino
Tatsuo Fuji
Patrick Giles-Jones
Takuro Hagihara
Shunsuke Hashiba
Courtney Jones
Masaomi Kobayashi
Naoki Miyaji
Ahmed Munir
Kenji Murata
Kazuya Shibata
Richard Laidler (Coach)
Kenta Yagi (Manager)
 Samoa  Tonga  Vanuatu
Niko Apa
Alton Carmine
Geoffrey Clarke
Faavae Faaofo
Konelio Faiilagi
Lautala Fuimaono
Itugia Ieremia
Uala Kaisara
Ake Lotoalofa
Ben Mailata
Winston Mariner
Pritchard Pritchard
Uilisone Taisala
Sipiliano Tua
Murphy Su'a (Coach)
Tavita Talapusi Tuisila (Manager)
Maunaloa Faivakimoana
Faka'osita'u Hala
Aisake Haukinima
Sione Hakaumotu Holi
Simione Latu
'Efalame Laumape
Mafi Matapule Langi
Mafi Matapule Laumape
Kaluseti 'Ofahulu
Livi'aetau Pese
Ivan Ta'akimoeaka
Tevita Po'uli Taulani
Salesi Mafi Tu'akoi
Sione Loutalo Vite
S U Selusalema Vite (Coach)
Siale 'Ataongo Puloka (Manager)
Patrick Haines (Captain)
Pierre Chilia
Jonathon Dunn
Selwyn Garae
Aby Joel
Ben Kingsbury
Trevor Langa
Andrew Mansale
Edy Mansale
Kenneth Natapei
Manu Nimoho
Simpson Obed
Richard Tatwin
Frederick Timakata
Tim Curran (Coach)
Nick Cassidy (Manager)
Match Officials
Geoff Clelland (Vanuatu)
Clive Elly (Papua New Guinea)
Neil Harrison (Japan)
Tony Hill (New Zealand)
Grant Johnston (Vanuatu)
Kevin Manley (New Zealand)
Lakani Oala (Papua New Guinea)

Group stage[edit]

Points Table[edit]

Team Pld W T L NR Pts NRR
 Japan 5 5 0 0 0 10 1.132
 Vanuatu 5 4 0 1 0 8 1.344
 Cook Islands 5 3 0 2 0 6 0.837
 Samoa 5 2 0 3 0 4 -0.461
 Tonga 5 1 0 4 0 2 -1.277
 Indonesia 5 0 0 5 0 0 -1.942

Fixtures and results[edit]


2 December 2007
scorecard
Indonesia 
148 all out (43.5 overs)
v
 Cook Islands
149/6 (31.2 overs)
Simon Turnbull 17
Chris Brown 3/25
Joseph Joe 44*
Pratyush Chaturvedi 2/23
Cook Islands won by 4 wickets
Waikaraka Park, Onehunga, Auckland
Umpires: ND Harrison and G Johnston

2 December 2007
scorecard
Vanuatu 
142 all out (35.3 overs)
v
 Japan
143/5 (40 overs)
Andrew Mansale 79
Naoki Miyaji 4/56
Masaomi Kobayashi 33
Andrew Mansale 3/9
Japan won by 5 wickets
Waikaraka Park, Onehunga, Auckland
Umpires: CD Elly and L Oala

2 December 2007
scorecard
Samoa 
191 all out (45 overs)
v
 Tonga
105 all out (32 overs)
Uilisone Taisala 54
Mafi Matapule Langi 3/38
Mafi Matapule Langi 19*
Winston Mariner 3/33
Samoa won by 86 runs
Waikaraka Park, Onehunga, Auckland
Umpires: G Clelland and KC Manley

3 December 2007
scorecard
Tonga 
101 all out (25.1 overs)
v
 Cook Islands
102/2 (15 overs)
Sione Hakaumotu Holi 31
Dunu Eliaba 4/15
Pita Glassie 31
Simione Latu 1/20
Cook Islands won by 8 wickets
Waikaraka Park, Onehunga, Auckland
Umpires: G Clelland and L Oala

3 December 2007
scorecard
Indonesia 
105 all out (31.4 overs)
v
 Japan
106/2 (17.1 overs)
Courtenay Werleman 37*
Patrick Giles-Jones 3/15
Gavin Beath 53
Subhash Modgil 1/5
Japan won by 8 wickets
Waikaraka Park, Onehunga, Auckland
Umpires: CD Elly and G Johnston

3 December 2007
scorecard
Vanuatu 
200/9 (50 overs)
v
 Samoa
108 all out (27.1 overs)
Frederick Timakata 44
Konelio Faiilagi 3/23
Ben Mailata 55
Andrew Mansale 3/23
Vanuatu won by 92 runs
Waikaraka Park, Onehunga, Auckland
Umpires: ND Harrison and AL Hill

4 December 2007
scorecard
Vanuatu 
167 all out (45.1 overs)
v
 Cook Islands
124 all out (37.1 overs)
Richard Tatwin 51
Tino Etita 5/16
Joseph Joe 34
Patrick Haines 4/27
Vanuatu won by 43 runs
Waikaraka Park, Onehunga, Auckland
Umpires: KC Manley and L Oala

4 December 2007
scorecard
Tonga 
262 all out (49.5 overs)
v
 Indonesia
242 all out (48.1 overs)
Livi'aetau Pese 69
Courtenay Werleman 3/44
Pratyush Chaturvedi 75
Mafi Matapule Langi 5/65
Tonga won by 20 runs
Waikaraka Park, Onehunga, Auckland
Umpires: CD Elly and ND Harrison

4 December 2007
scorecard
Japan 
220/9 (50 overs)
v
 Samoa
187 all out (42.2 overs)
Courtney Jones 72
Faavae Faaofo 3/43
Sipiliano Tua 92
Naoki Miyaji 5/32
Japan won by 33 runs
Waikaraka Park, Onehunga, Auckland
Umpires: G Clelland and G Johnston

6 December 2007
Cook Islands 
79 all out (21 overs)
v
 Japan
50/1 (14 overs)
Patrick Giles-Jones 3/11
Match abandoned
Waikaraka Park, Onehunga, Auckland
  • Match reduced to maximum of 26 overs per team

6 December 2007
v
Match abandoned
Waikaraka Park, Onehunga, Auckland
  • Match abandoned without a ball bowled

6 December 2007
v
Match abandoned
Waikaraka Park, Onehunga, Auckland
  • Match abandoned without a ball bowled

7 December 2007
scorecard
Cook Islands 
142 all out (39.1 overs)
v
 Samoa
36 all out (14.4 overs)
John Kairua 50
Winston Mariner 5/24
Ben Mailata 9
Tino Etita 3/8
Cook Islands won by 106 runs
Waikaraka Park, Onehunga, Auckland
Umpires: G Johnston and L Oala
  • Match reduced to maximum of 40 overs per team

7 December 2007
scorecard
Vanuatu 
236/9 (50 overs)
v
 Indonesia
74 all out (31.4 overs)
Simpson Obed 74*
Courtenay Werleman 3/49
Rajeev Rajeshwaran 16
Simpson Obed 3/6
Vanuatu won by 162 runs
Waikaraka Park, Onehunga, Auckland
Umpires: CD Elly and ND Harrison

7 December 2007
scorecard
Japan 
154/7 (39 overs)
v
 Tonga
137 all out (37.1 overs)
Courtney Jones 27
Sione Hakaumotu Holi 1/18
Maunaloa Faivakimoana 32
Gavin Beath 3/30
Japan won by 17 runs
Waikaraka Park, Onehunga, Auckland
Umpires: G Clelland and AL Hill
  • Match reduced to maximum of 39 overs per team

8 December 2007
scorecard
Cook Islands 
118 all out (41.2 overs)
v
 Japan
119/5 (38.3 overs)
Tino Etita 47
Masanori Abe 3/1
Gavin Beath 38
Mou Maururai 2/26
Japan won by 5 wickets
Waikaraka Park, Onehunga, Auckland
Umpires: CD Elly and AL Hill
  • Replay of abandoned match from 6 December

8 December 2007
scorecard
Indonesia 
167 all out (46.2 overs)
v
 Samoa
168/7 (40 overs)
Chad Jeremy Paull 56
Winston Mariner 3/48
Ben Mailata 72*
Pratyush Chaturvedi 2/3
Samoa won by 3 wickets
Waikaraka Park, Onehunga, Auckland
Umpires: G Clelland and G Johnston
  • Replay of abandoned match from 6 December

8 December 2007
scorecard
Vanuatu 
226 all out (48.2 overs)
v
 Tonga
161 all out (46 overs)
Andrew Mansale 79
Tevita Po'uli Taulani 3/32
Ivan Ta'akimoeaka 40
Simpson Obed 4/54
Vanuatu won by 65 runs
Waikaraka Park, Onehunga, Auckland
Umpires: ND Harrison and L Oala
  • Replay of abandoned match from 6 December

Final and Playoffs[edit]

The final and playoffs originally scheduled for 8 December were cancelled, in favour of replaying abandoned matches from 6 December.

Final Placings[edit]

Pos Team Promotion/Relegation
1st  Japan Promoted to 2008 Global Division Five
2nd  Vanuatu
3rd  Cook Islands Remain in EAP group
4th  Samoa
5th  Tonga
6th  Indonesia

Statistics[edit]

Most Runs Most Wickets
Vanuatu Andrew Mansale 214 Japan Naoki Miyaji 12
Samoa Sipiliano Tua 160 Vanuatu Simpson Obed 11
Vanuatu Simpson Obed 159 Samoa Winston Mariner 11
Samoa Ben Mailata 145 Japan Patrick Giles-Jones 10
Tonga Sione Hakaumotu Holi 123 Samoa Konelio Faiilagi 10
Japan Ahmed Munir 116 Japan Gavin Beath 9
Japan Gavin Beath 112 Cook Islands Dunu Eliaba 9
Indonesia Courtenay Werleman 109 Vanuatu Andrew Mansale 9
Indonesia Pratyush Chaturvedi 109 Indonesia Courtenay Werleman 9
Tonga Livi'aetau Pese 109 Tonga Mafi Matapule Langi 9

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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