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ecb.co.uk News
24th March 2014
Netherlands were dismissed for just 39, the lowest total in international Twenty20 history, as Sri Lanka ran riot in Chittagong.
David Clark
21st March 2014
Netherlands completed one of the most remarkable run-chases in World Twenty20 history to stun Ireland and book a place in the Super 10 stage.
Rob Barnett
17th March 2014
Stephan Myburgh’s second straight fifty set up Netherlands’ six-wicket win over United Arab Emirates in their first World Twenty20 game.
Rob Barnett
14th March 2014
Haseeb Amjad’s stunning six wickets ensured Hong Kong continued their impressive preparation for the World Twenty20, which starts on Sunday, with a second win in two warm-up games, beating Netherlands by 27 runs.
ecb.co.uk News
12th March 2014
World Twenty20 debutants Hong Kong secured a significant scalp with a dramatic last-ball victory in their warm-up match against Zimbabwe.
Rob Barnett
28th November 2013
The Netherlands have qualified for the 2014 World Twenty20 at Scotland’s expense, along with Hong Kong who denied Papua New Guinea a place.
ecb.co.uk News
27th November 2013
Nepal and the United Arab Emirates have qualified for the World Twenty20 for the first time.
Rob Barnett
22nd October 2013
The Netherlands have parted company with Peter Drinnen, their coach for the last six years.
ecb.co.uk News
13th August 2013
Luke Wright smashed 114 off just 69 balls as Sussex Sharks cruised to a nine-wicket win over the Netherlands in their day-night Yorkshire Bank 40 game at the BrightonandHoveJobs.com County Ground.
ecb.co.uk News
11th August 2013
Warwickshire Bears’ dismal limited-overs campaign went from bad to worse with a five-run defeat to the Netherlands at Edgbaston.