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2009 ICC World Cricket League Division Seven

2009 ICC WCL Division 7
Administrator(s) International Cricket Council
Cricket format One-day cricket
Tournament format(s) Round-robin and Knockout
Host(s) Guernsey
Champions  Bahrain
Participants 6
Matches played 18
Most runs Jeremy Frith (364)
Most wickets Qamar Saeed (14)

The 2009 ICC World Cricket League Division Seven was a cricket tournament held in May 2009 in Guernsey. The tournament was the first stage of qualification structure for the 2015 World Cup as well as part of the wider ICC World Cricket League. The two leading teams of the tournament were promoted to Division Six later the same year.[1]


The participating teams qualified as follows:


 Bahrain[2]  Gibraltar[3]  Guernsey[4]  Japan[5]  Nigeria[6]  Suriname[7]
Yaser Sadeq (c)
Imran Sajjad
Zafar Zaheer
Tahir Dar
Qamar Saeed
Naeem Amin
Halal Abbasi
Rizwan Baig
Azeem Ul Haq
Ashraf Mughal
Ashraf Yaqoob
Adil Hanif (wk)
Vivek Subramaniam
Shahzad Ahmed (wk)
Christian Rocca (c)
Mark Bacarese
Gary De'Ath
Ian Farrell
Kieron Ferrary (wk)
Steve Gonzalez
Ross Harkins
Charlie Harrison
Iain Latin
Kabir Mirpuri
Chris Phillips
Rex Purnell
Chris Watkins
Stuart Bisson
Benjamin Ferbrache
Jeremy Frith
Tom Kimber (wk)
Ross Kneller
Stuart Le Prevost
David Hooper*
Kris Moherndl
Luke Nussbaumer
Matthew Oliver (wk)
Blane Queripel
Mark Renouf
Gary Rich
Lee Savident
Masaomi Kobayashi (c)
Gavin Beath
Razaq Cheema
Tatsuro Chino (wk)
Patrick Giles-Jones
Takuro Hagihara
Ko Irie
Yuta Matsubara
Naoki Miyaji
Naotsune Miyaji
Richard Laidler
Kenji Murata
Satoshi Nakano
Fumihiko Uegaki
Adekunle Adegbola
Wale Adeoye
Saheed Akolade
Olalekan Awolowo
Olajide Bejide
Endurance Ofem
Joshua Ogunlola
Akabogu Okwudili
Segun Olayinka (wk)
Temitope Olayinka
Oluseye Olympio
Ademola Onikoyi (wk)
Chimezie Onwuzulike
Haruna Thomas
Shazam Ramjohn (c)
Carlton Baker
Mohamed Bhoelan
Charles Douglas
Troy Dudnath
Arun Gokoel
Sanjay Meghoe
Dion Mohabir
Kishen Oemraw
Sanjai Oemraw
Brahma Prasad
Deoraj Sewanan
Vishaul Singh
Umpire[8] Country
Niels Bagh  Denmark
Paul Baldwin  Germany
Steve Bucknor  West Indies
Louis Fourie  Ireland
Trevor Magee  Ireland
Brian Papworth  Scotland
Richard Smith  Germany
  • David Hooper replaced Justin Meades after Guernsey's second match against Japan.

Group stage

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