Zimbabwe suffer a three-run defeat to the UAE to open the door for Ireland or Afghanistan to qualify for the 2019 World Cup.
Windies beat Zimbabwe by four wickets to set up a winner-takes-all clash against Scotland in the ICC World Cup Qualifier.
Zimbabwe inflicted a 107-run hammering of Ireland in their ICC World Cup Qualifier clash, moving into the top two of the Super Sixes.
Windies win again, Scotland and Zimbabwe play out a dramatic tie, Ireland thrash UAE and Nepal win to put Afghanistan through.
Rovman Powell scored a maiden ODI century to help the Windies to a 52-run win over Ireland in the ICC World Cup Qualifiers.
Chris Gayle smashed 123 as Windies beat UAE in the World Cup Qualifier, while Ireland, Scotland and Zimbabwe won again.
Calum MacLeod smashed 157 not out as Scotland began their World Cup Qualifier campaign with a win over Afghanistan.
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Zimbabwe beat Afghanistan by 154 runs in the second ODI - after the scores from the first game were completely reversed.
England lost their fifth-place play-off to Bangladesh as Sri Lanka beat the Windies in the plate final at the U19 World Cup.
Windies created controversy in the Under-19 World Cup after South Africa opener Jiveshan Pillay was out obstructing the field.
India retained their 100 per cent record in the U19 World Cup, while Australia look set for a quarter-final with England.
Hosts New Zealand kicked off the Under-19 World Cup with an emphatic eight-wicket victory over defending champions Windies.
South Africa took 16 wickets on day two to complete an innings victory over Zimbabwe in the one-off day-night Test.
Aiden Markram hit his second Test ton before South Africa's bowlers reduced Zimbabwe to 30-4 in the four-day, pink-ball Test.
Windies were forced to settle for a 1-0 win after Zimbabwe batted out for a draw in the second and final Test, in Bulawayo.
Zimbabwe have taken their second Test with Windies into a final day after eking out an 18-run lead at Queens Sports Club.
Shane Dowrich and Jason Holder's unbroken stand of 144 for the eighth wicket earned Windies a first-innings lead over Zimbabwe.
A cautious Windies crawled to 78-1 by the close on day two of the second Test against Zimbabwe to trail by 248 runs.
Hamilton Masakadza reached 101no before rain forced an early end to day one of the second Test between Zimbabwe and Windies.
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