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Scotland, Netherlands share title after washout

Preston Mommsen and Peter Borren with the trophy
The climate which had acted radiantly in Malahide throughout the most recent nine days at long last turned harsh on Sunday at the World Twenty20 Qualifier, as the third place diversion - in the middle of Ireland and Hong Kong - and title match - in the middle of Scotland and the Netherlands - were both relinquished without a ball played. It was the first occasion when that any overs were lost for matches played in Dublin amid the competition, with 16 amusements played to their full decision preceding Sunday.

Unfaltering showers had been falling in Malahide since right on time Sunday morning. Authorities held up until the 12:46 pm cutoff time to cancel the first match and in spite of the fact that the cutoff time for play in the second amusement was 4:45, a choice was taken at 2:55 pm to forsake the last as downpour just got heavier amid the evening.

Namibia's Bernard Scholtz was named the Player of the Tournament in the wake of tying for the most wickets in the competition with 14, close by Ireland's John Mooney and Scotland's Alasdair Evans. Scholtz's best was a spell of 4 for 11 in a win over Papua New Guinea to net a Man-of-the-Match recompense, while he likewise asserted the match respects in a losing exertion against the Netherlands, taking 3 for 15.

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