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Papua New Guinea Tri-Nation Series (round 11) 2022 Schedule, Fixtures, Match Time Table, Venue

Papua New Guinea Tri-Nation Series (round 11) 2022 Schedule, Fixtures | Papua New Guinea Tri-Nation Series Match Time Table, Venue

The Papua New Guinea Tri-Nation Series (round 11) 2022 (also known as PNG Tri-Nation Series 2022) is the 11th round of the ICC Cricket World Cup League 2 (2019–2023) cricket tournament. The series is scheduled to take place in the United Arab Emirates in 9–16 April 2022.[2]

This Tri-Nation series will be played between Oman, Papua New Guinea and Scotland cricket teams. In which the matches will be played as One Day International (ODI) fixtures. The ICC Cricket World Cup League 2 is part of the qualification route for the 2023 Cricket World Cup.[1][3]

Papua New Guinea Tri-Nation Series (round 11) 2022 Schedule, Fixtures, Match Time Table, Venue

Papua New Guinea Tri-Nation Series (round 11) 2022

Part of 2019–2023 ICC Cricket World Cup League 2

Date9–16 April 2022
LocationUnited Arab Emirates
Teams
OmanPapua New GuineaScotland
Captains
Zeeshan MaqsoodAssad ValaKyle Coetzer
Most runs
Most wickets

Papua New Guinea Tri-Nation Series (round 11) 2022 Schedule

Papua New Guinea Tri-Nation Series (round 11) 2022 schedule announced[4]

Date and Time Match Details

Papua New Guinea Tri-Nation Series (round 11) 2022 Squads

Oman Squad

Papua New Guinea Squad

Scotland Squad

  • Zeeshan Maqsood (c)
  • Assad Vala (c)
  • Charles Amini
  • Simon Atai
  • Dogodo Bau
  • Sese Bau
  • Riley Hekure
  • Hiri Hiri
  • Semo Kamea
  • Jason Kila
  • Kabua Morea
  • Alei Nao
  • Nosaina Pokana
  • Lega Siaka
  • Chad Soper
  • Tony Ura
  • Norman Vanua
  • Kyle Coetzer (c)
  • Richie Berrington
  • Dylan Budge
  • Matthew Cross
  • Alasdair Evans
  • Michael Leask
  • Gavin Main
  • Calum MacLeod
  • Christopher McBride
  • George Munsey
  • Adrian Neill
  • Safyaan Sharif
  • Hamza Tahir
  • Mark Watt

References

  1. "Associates pathway to 2023 World Cup undergoes major revamp". ESPN Cricinfo. Retrieved 20 October 2018
  2. "Men's Cricket World Cup 2023 qualifying matches rescheduled". International Cricket Council. Retrieved 16 December 2020
  3. "2022 Papua New Guinea Tri-Nation Series". wikipedia.org. Retrieved 1 August 2021

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