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2006 ICC Americas Championship

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2006 ICC Americas Championship

2006 ICC Americas Championship
Cricket format 50 overs-per-side
Tournament format(s) Round-robin
Host(s) Canada
Champions  Bermuda (1st title)
Participants 13

The ICC Americas Championship is the continental cricket championship for the Americas region, for Affiliate and Associate members of the International Cricket Council in North, Central and South America, and the Caribbean. This is the first year that the tournament is organized in three divisions.

The division three was played in Suriname. This tournament was won by the host and won one spot in division two (played in Argentina. Division two was won by the host. Argentina won one spot in division one. Division one was played in Canada, and was won by Bermuda.

Division One

Division One was held in Canada, commencing on August 21. Five teams took part: Argentina, Bermuda, Canada (host and holder), the Cayman Islands and the United States. The venues were in the Maple Leaf Ground and the Toronto Cricket, Skating and Curling Club.

Points Table

Team Played Won Lost Tied NR Points NRR
 Bermuda 4 3 0 0 1 14 1.420
 United States 4 2 1
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