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2009–10 ICC Intercontinental Cup
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Administrator(s) International Cricket Council
Cricket format First-Class cricket
Tournament format(s) Round-robin and Final
Champions  Afghanistan (1st title)
Participants 7
Matches played 22
Most Runs Afghanistan Mohammad Shahzad (802)
Most wickets Afghanistan Hameed Hasan (43)

The 2009–10 ICC Intercontinental Cup is the fifth edition of the ICC Intercontinental Cup tournament, an international first-class cricket tournament between nations who have not been awarded Test status by the International Cricket Council. The first fixtures will be played in July 2009. The format has been changed[1] since the previous edition, with a two division system being introduced. The 2009 ICC World Cup Qualifier also served as a qualifier for this tournament. The top six teams from the qualifier, along with a Zimbabwe XI, will compete in a round robin top division. The teams ranked 7th–10th in the competition will contest the ICC Intercontinental Shield.

Table[edit]

Team Points P W L D FI A
 Afghanistan 97 6 5 0 1 4 0
 Scotland 89 6 4 1 1 5 0
 Zimbabwe XI 72 6 3 1 2 4 0
 Ireland 55 6 2 1 3 3 0
 Kenya 43 6 2 3 1 2 0
 Netherlands 15 6 0 5 1 2 0
 Canada 9 6 0 5 1 1 0
  • Win – 14 points
  • Draw if more than 10 hours of play lost – 7 points (otherwise 3 points)
  • First Innings leader – 6 points (independent of final result)
  • Abandoned without a ball played – 10 points.[2]

Matches[edit]

[3]

2009 season[edit]

2–4 July
Scorecard
v
185 (62.4 overs)
Gordon Drummond 52 (97)
Khurram Chohan 6/23 (13.4 overs)
142 (40.1 overs)
Rizwan Cheema 35 (40)
Calum MacLeod 4/66 (19.1 overs)
199 (75.2overs)
Jan Stander 64 (128)
Rizwan Cheema 3/39 (13 overs)
213 (78.3 overs)
Sandeep Jyoti 47 (130)
Richie Berrington 2/20 (7 overs)
Scotland won by 29 runs
Mannofield Park, Aberdeen, Scotland
Umpires: Enamul Haque (BAN) & Brian Jerling (SA)
  • Points: Scotland 20, Canada 0

3–6 July
Scorecard
v
404 (111.3 overs)
Paul Stirling 100 (181)
Steve Tikolo 6/80 (24.3 overs)
331 (114 overs)
Jimmy Kamande 73 (116)
Regan West 4/94 (38 overs)
224/7 (dec.) (65 overs)
Andrew White 59* (79)
Jimmy Kamande 2/18 (5 overs)
245/8 (70 overs)
Collins Obuya 84 (95)
Andrew White 2/6 (5 overs)
Match Drawn
Woodvale Road, Eglinton, Ireland
Umpires: Paul Baldwin (GER) & Rudi Koertzen (SA)
  • Points: Ireland 9, Kenya 3

15–18 July
Scorecard
v
177 (65.4 overs)
Sandeep Jyoti 37 (70)
Daan van Bunge 3/11 (4.4 overs)
229 (81.3 overs)
Nick Statham 57 (137)
Sandeep Jyoti 3/59 (14 overs)
419/9 (dec.) (100 overs)
Sunil Dhaniram 144 (178)
Berend Westdijk 4/85 (17 overs)
233/8 (103 overs)
Daan van Bunge 98 (294)
Umar Bhatti 4/32 (18 overs)
Match Drawn
Hazelaarweg, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Umpires: Niels Bagh (DEN) & Brian Jerling (SA)
  • Points: Netherlands 9, Canada 3

14–17 August
Scorecard
v
317 (86.1 overs)
Steve Tikolo 158
Henry Osinde 3/28 (12.1 overs)
234 (92.4 overs)
Zameer Zahir 57
Nehemiah Odhiambo 3/60 (20 overs)
362/3d (85 overs)
Steve Tikolo 169
Umar Bhatti 3/62 (15 overs)
198 (65.3 overs)
Abdool Samad 87 (152)
Hiren Varaiya 6/45 (20.3 overs)
Kenya won by 247 runs
Maple Leaf Cricket Club, King City, Ontario, Canada
Umpires: Karran Bayney (CAN) & Norman Malcolm (WI)
Player of the match: Steve Tikolo (KEN)
  • Points: Kenya 20, Canada 0

16–19 August
Scorecard
v
350 (81.5 overs)
Tatenda Taibu 172 (211)
Mohammad Nabi 3/90 (28.5 overs)
427 (130.1 overs)
Noor Ali 130 (200)
Timycen Maruma 5/106 (36 overs)
446/9 (dec.) (113.5 overs)
Tatenda Taibu 120 (195)
Shapoor Zadran 2/42 (10 overs)
211/4 (44.5 overs)
Noor Ali 100* (134)
Forster Mutizwa 2/18 (3.5 overs)
Match Drawn
Mutare Sports Club, Mutare, Zimbabwe
Umpires: Jeff Luck (NAM) & Justice Tapfumaneyi (ZIM)
  • Points: Afghanistan 9, Zimbabwe 3

17–20 August
Scorecard
v
202 (66.1 overs)
William Porterfield 77 (121)
Majid Haq 5/30 (19.1 overs)
208 (82.4 overs)
Qasim Sheikh 100* (215)
Regan West 7/88 (29.4 overs)
303 (106.1 overs)
William Porterfield 118 (304)
Gordon Goudie 4/61 (19.1 overs)
72/5 (31.0 overs)
Qasim Sheikh 17 (43)
Andre Botha 2/16 (6 overs)
Match Drawn
Mannofield Park, Aberdeen, Scotland
Umpires: Paul Baldwin (GER) & Ian Ramage
  • Points: Scotland 9, Ireland 3

24–27 August
Scorecard
v
181 (56.5 overs)
Tom de Grooth 54 (86)
Hamid Hassan 4/45 (17.5 overs)
107 (36.5 overs)
Nowroz Mangal 41 (102)
Peter Borren 3/21 (9 overs)
132 (38.1 overs)
Peter Borren 63 (70)
Mirwais Ashraf 4/24 (9.1 overs)
209/9 (89.3 overs)
Noor Ali 56 (127)
Edgar Schiferli 5/57 (24 overs)
Afghanistan won by 1 wicket
VRA Cricket Ground, Amstelveen, Netherlands
Umpires: Niels Bagh (DEN) & Nadeem Ghauri (PAK)
  • Points: Netherlands 6, Afghanistan 14

2009–10 season[edit]

7–10 October
Scorecard
v
333 (92.3 overs)
Steve Tikolo 61 (96)
Timycen Maruma 3/82 (24 overs)
352 (103.5 overs)
Vusi Sibanda 209 (320)
Thomas Odoyo 3/38 (19 overs)
254 (74.3 overs)
Morris Ouma 54 (115)
Ed Rainsford 3/39 (13 overs)
238/5 (62.5 overs)
Vusi Sibanda 116* (172)
Thomas Odoyo 1/18 (6 overs)
Zimbabwe XI won by 5 wickets
Kwekwe Sports Club, Kwekwe, Zimbabwe
Umpires: Owen Chorimbe (ZIM) & Nadir Shah (BAN)
  • Points: Zimbabwe XI 20, Kenya 0

21–24 January
Scorecard
v
405 (98 overs)
William Porterfield 78 (134)
Samiullah Shenwari 4/75 (27 overs)
474 (153.2 overs)
Mohammad Shahzad 88 (121)
Andrew White 4/99 (31.2 overs)
202 (75.3 overs)
Trent Johnston 63* (91)
Dawlat Ahmadzai 5/52 (15 overs)
137/3 (31.3 overs)
Noor Ali 57 (75)
Trent Johnston 1/13 (4 overs)
  • Points: Afghanistan 20, Ireland 0

25–28 January
Scorecard
v
91 (49.1 overs)
Collins Obuya 40 (73)
Richie Berrington 3/13 (14 overs)
306 (116.1 overs)
Qasim Sheikh 108 (222)
Nehemiah Odhiambo 3/60 (19 overs)
323(132.4 overs)
Morris Ouma 130 (209)
Majid Haq 3/46 (29 overs)
110/2 (32.2 Overs)
Douglas Lockhart 51* (116)
James Ngoche 1/17 (10 Overs)
Scotland won by 8 wickets
Gymkhana Club Ground, Nairobi, Kenya
Umpires: Subhash Modi (Zim) & Russell Tiffin (Zim)
  • Points: Scotland 20, Kenya 0

20–23 February
Scorecard
v
566 (151.5 overs)
S Dhaniram 130 (189)
Samiullah Shinwari 4/118 [36]
264 (79.0 overs)
Shabir Noori 60 (162)
NR Kumar 3/58 [13]
191/4d (40.0 overs)
TC Bastiampillai 73 (93)
Shapoor Zadran 2/85 [16]
494/4 (106.4 overs)
Mohammad Shahzad 215* (258)
S Dhaniram 1/30 [11]
Afghanistan won by 6 wickets
Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
Umpires: Ahsan Raza (PAK) and RA Kettleborough (ENG)
Player of the match: Mohammad Shahzad
  • Points: Afghanistan 14, Canada 6

20–23 February
Scorecard
v
385 (105.1 overs)
RN ten Doeschate 212* (282)
E Otieno 4/57 [25.1]
433 (110.0 overs)
DO Obuya 115 (190)
RN ten Doeschate 5/104 [23]
367/6d (53. overs)
ES Szwarczynski 93 (165)
E Otieno 3/59 [17]
320/5 (52.0 overs)
RR Patel 87 (109)
RN ten Doeschate 2/70 [15]
Kenya won by 5 wickets
Gymkhana Club Ground, Nairobi, Kenya
Umpires: SR Modi and Zameer Haider (PAK)
  • Points: Kenya 20, Netherlands 0

2010 season[edit]

10–13 June
Scorecard
v
210 (90 overs)
Wilfred Diepeveen 72* (141)
Matthew Parker 4/69 (24 overs)
391 (133.2 overs)
Richie Berrington 82 (161)
Pieter Seelaar 3/67 (18.2 overs)
257 (96.2 overs)
Peter Borren 109 (192)
Richie Berrington 3/48 (17 overs)
77/6 (24.2 overs)
Majid Haq 34* (31)
Mark Jonkman 5/21 (12 overs)
Scotland won by 4 wickets
Sportpark Het Schootsveld, Deventer, the Netherlands
Umpires: Niels Bagh (Den) and Brian Jerling (SA)
  • Scotland won the toss and elected to field.
  • Points: Scotland 20, Netherlands 0

25–28 July
Scorecard
v
298 (89 overs)
Craig Ervine 145 (238)
Berend Westdijk 4/46 (13 overs)
186 (75.5 overs)
Wesley Barresi 81 (163)
Natsai Mushangwe 3/47 (18.5 overs)
305/5d (70.3 overs)
Vusi Sibanda 88 (150)
Maurits Jonkman 2/63 (13 overs)
280 (94 overs)
Pieter Seelaar 81* (162)
Timycen Maruma 3/44 (11 overs)
Zimbabwe XI won by 137 runs
VRA Ground, Amstelveen, the Netherlands
Umpires: Paul Baldwin (Ger) and Kumar Dharmasena (SL)
  • Zimbabwe XI won the toss and elected to bat.
  • Points: Zimbabwe XI 20, Netherlands 0.

2–5 August
Scorecard
v
129 (54.2 overs)
Rizwan Cheema 46* (111)
Tendai Chatara 3/21 (12.2 overs)
351 (97.1 overs)
Craig Ervine 177 (284)
Umar Bhatti 6/98 (28 overs)
149 (56.5 overs)
Hamza Tariq 39 (81)
Shingarai Masakadza 5/58 (22 overs)
Zimbabwe XI won by an innings and 73 runs
Maple Leaf Cricket Club, King City, Ontario, Canada
Umpires: Karran Bayney (Can) and Roger Dill (Ber)
Player of the match: Umar Bhatti (Can)
  • Points: Zimbabwe XI 20, Canada 0.

11–14 August
Scorecard
v
435 (126.5 overs)
Samiullah Shinwari 102 (194)
Gordon Drummond 2/60 (27 overs)
139 (61.4 overs)
Dewald Nel 36 (49)
Hameed Hasan 6/40 (18 overs)
249/5d (61.5 overs)
Mohammad Shahzad 105* (126)
Majid Haq 2/66 (21 overs)
316 (110.5 overs)
Ewan Chalmers 67 (126)
Hameed Hasan 5/114 (33.5 overs)
Afghanistan won by 229 runs
Cambusdoon New Ground, Ayr, Scotland
Umpires: Asoka de Silva (SL) and Ian Ramage
  • Points: Afghanistan 20, Scotland 0.

11–14 August
Scorecard
v
188 (64 overs)
Wilfred Diepeveen 41 (48)
George Dockrell 4/36 (16 overs)
408 (105.1 overs)
Andrew White 144 (218)
Mohammad Kashif 5/53 (20.1 overs)
136 (40 overs)
Peter Borren 37 (83)
Allan Eastwood 4/62 (18 overs)
Ireland won by innings and 84 runs
Observatory Lane, Rathmines, Dublin, Ireland
Umpires: Niels Bagh (Den) and Johanes Cloete (SA)
  • Points: Ireland 20, Netherlands 0.

2010–11 season[edit]

31 August – 3 September 2010
Scorecard
v
120 (32 overs)
Zubin Surkari 28 (28)
Trent Johnston 5/23 (9 overs)
261 (71.5 overs)
Andrew White 84 (128)
Henry Osinde 5/68 (21 overs)
316 (106.5 overs)
Ashish Bagai 90 (157)
Kevin O'Brien 5/39 (17.5 overs)
176/4 (41.1 overs)
Andre Botha 61 (84)
Henry Osinde 2/30 (11 overs)
Ireland won by 6 wickets
Toronto Cricket, Skating and Curling Club, Toronto, Canada
Umpires: Karran Bayney (Can) and Chris Gaffaney (NZ)
  • Canada won the toss and elected to bat.
  • Points: Ireland 20, Canada 0.
  • Play was reduced on Days 3 and 4 due to rain.

20 –23 September 2010
Scorecard
v
465 (134.5 overs)
Andrew White 102 (176)
Shingirai Masakadza 5/107 (29 overs)
590 (173.2 overs)
Sean Williams 178 (280)
Kevin O'Brien 4/104 (30.2 overs)
151/4 (54 overs)
William Porterfield 66 (104)
Vusi Sibanda 1/3 (5 overs)
Match drawn
Harare Sports Club, Harare, Zimbabwe
Umpires: Shaun George (SA) and Russell Tiffin (Zim)
  • Ireland won the toss and elected to bat.
  • Points: Zimbabwe XI 9, Ireland 3.

26 – 29 September 2010
Scorecard
v
Scotland won (walkover without a ball bowled)[4]
Harare Sports Club, Harare, Zimbabwe
  • Points: Scotland 20, Zimbabwe XI 0.

2 – 5 October 2010
Scorecard
v
464 (105 overs)
Nawroz Mangal 168 (187)
Elijah Otieno 4/99 (19 overs)
160 (39.5 overs)
Seren Waters 73 (95)
Hameed Hasan 5/70 (13 overs)
207 (49.1 overs)
Javed Ahmadi 55 (59)
James Ngoche 5/39 (13.1 overs)
344 (90.5 overs)
David Obuya 79 (110)
Hameed Hasan 6/87 (18.5 overs)
Afghanistan won by 167 runs
Nairobi Gymkhana Club, Nairobi, Kenya
Umpires: Marais Erasmus (SA) and Subhash Modi (Ken)
  • Afghanistan won the toss and elected to bat.
  • Points: Afghanistan 20, Kenya 0.

Final[edit]

2 – 6 December 2010
Scorecard
v
212 (88.4 overs)
Neil McCallum 104* (221)
Hamid Hassan 5/45 (26.4 overs)
171 (60.1 overs)
Nawroz Mangal 56 (92)
Majid Haq 3/49 (22.1 overs)
82 (47.3 overs)
Fraser Watts 28 (49)
Mirwais Ashraf 3/8 (6.3 overs)
124/3 (26.4 overs)
Mohammad Shahzad 56* (62)
Matthew Parker 2/41 (9.4 overs)
Afghanistan won by 7 wickets
Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai, UAE
Umpires: Kumar Dharmasena (SL) and Buddhi Pradhan (Nep)
Player of the match: Hamid Hassan (Afghanistan)
  • Scotland won the toss and elected to bat.

Summary[edit]

2009 Season[edit]

The tournament began in July when Scotland beat Canada in Aberdeen, inside three days.[5] Kenya then drew with Ireland in Eglinton.[6] Paul Stirling scored his first century in the first innings.[7] In the third match Daan van Bunge scored 98 not for the Netherlands in the draw with Canada in Rotterdam.[8] In August Kenya visited Canada in King City. Steve Tikolo had a brilliant performance, scoring two centuries in the match for a total of 326 runs,[9] with Kenya winning the game by 247 runs.[10] Afghanistan made their debut in first class cricket, visiting Mutare to play the Zimbabwe XI. Noor Ali scored two centuries in this match (230 runs), securing the draw.[11] Tatenda Taibu also scored two centuries for 279 runs.[12] In a match reduced by rain on the final day, Scotland and Ireland played out a draw in Aberdeen.[13] Qasim Sheikh and William Porterfield made centuries, but Regan West took seven Scottish wickets for 88 runs in Scotland's 2nd innings. In Amstelveen, Afghanistan secured their first win, beating the Netherlands by one wicket.[14] Afghanistan's ninth 2nd Innings wicket fell with only six runs needed for victory; Samiullah Shenwari scored the winning runs with a four for the first victory for Afghanistan in first class cricket.

Points Table[15][edit]

Team Points P W L D FI A
 Scotland 29 2 1 0 1 2 0
 Kenya 23 2 1 0 1 1 0
 Afghanistan 23 2 1 0 1 1 0
 Netherlands 15 2 0 1 1 2 0
 Ireland 12 2 0 0 2 1 0
 Zimbabwe XI 3 1 0 0 1 0 0
 Canada 3 3 0 2 1 0 0

2009-10 Season[edit]

Zimbabwe XI defeated Kenya with a notable performance of Vusi Sibanda, who scored 209 and 116*.[16] Afghanistan took they second win versus Ireland in Dambulla.[17] Scotland make the target to obtain the win versus Kenya. Dewald Nel took 5 wickets, included to Morris Ouma, who scored 106 runs in the second inning.[18] In February Afghanistan in Sharjah won by third occasion in the Intercontinental Cup. In this time, Afghanistan defeat to Canada, with an amazing second innings of 494 runs. This was the ninth highest fourth-innings run chase in first-class cricket.[19] Mohammad Shahzad contribuyed to the victory with 214 runs. The same day Kenya make a run chase of 320 runs versus Netherlands.[20]

Statistics and records[edit]

Statistics and records for the 2009–10 Intercontinental Cup.

References[edit]

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