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ICC EAP Cricket Trophy (One day)

 

ICC EAP Cricket Trophy (One day)


The ICC EAP Cricket Trophy (One day) is the Limited overs cricket tournament of the ICC EAP Cricket Trophy in the ICC East Asia-Pacific region.

Contents

  • Tournament History 1
    • 2005 1.1
    • 2006 1.2
    • 2007 1.3

Tournament History

2005

The first tournament that took place was the 2005 ICC EAP Cricket Cup. This was won by Japan, who defeated Cook Islands in the final. Both finalists gained a place in the next qualifying tournament, the 2006 ICC EAP Cricket Trophy.

Pos. Team Result
1  Japan Qualify for 2006 ICC EAP Cricket Trophy
2  Cook Islands
3  Vanuatu
4  Tonga
5  Indonesia
6  Samoa

2006

The second competition, the 2006 ICC EAP Cricket Trophy saw the winners of the previous trophy play against Fiji to determine which team would qualify for 2007 ICC World Cricket League Division Three. The champion was Fiji who won the competition easily.

Pos. Team Result
1  Fiji Qualify for 2007 WCL Division Three
2  Cook Islands
3  Japan

2007

The 2007 ICC EAP Cricket Trophy provided the opportunity for two teams from the East Asia-Pacific Region to qualify for the [[2008

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