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ACC Trophy

ACC Trophy
Administrator Asian Cricket Council,
International Cricket Council
Format List A
First tournament 1996
Last tournament 2012
Tournament format League system
Number of teams 18 nations
Current champion    Nepal /  United Arab Emirates
Most successful  United Arab Emirates (5 titles)

The ACC Trophy or Asian Cricket Council Trophy is a Asian Cricket Council for the non-test nations in Asia. It was most recently held in UAE in 2012.

The ACC Trophy is a 50-overs per side tournament played according to all normal ICC rules and regulations, and paves the way for Asian non-Test nations to attempt qualification for the Cricket World Cup.

The teams which are eligible to participate for the ACC Trophy are the associate members: Hong Kong, Kuwait, Malaysia, Nepal, Singapore, Thailand, and United Arab Emirates, and the affiliate members: Afghanistan, Bahrain, Bhutan, Brunei, China, Iran, Maldives, Myanmar, Oman, Qatar, and Saudi Arabia.

Before the 2008 tournament, the ACC split the ACC trophy into two divisions, an Elite division for the top 10 from the 2006 ACC Trophy and a Challenge division for the remaining Asian teams.[1] The Elite tournament format is a five team per group round robin stage, with the top two teams from each group progressing into a knock-out stage.

After 2013, ACC Trophy was cancelled and replaced with three-tier round robin ACC Premier League starting from 2014. UAE and Nepal are the joint winner of last tournament.

Contents

  • Previous finals 1
  • ACC Trophy records 2
    • Team records 2.1
    • Individual records 2.2
  • Best Partnerships 3
  • Champions and Runners-up 4
  • See also 5
  • References 6

Previous finals

ACC Trophy
Year Host nation Final venue Scores Result
1996 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur  Bangladesh 212 all out in 49.3 overs (Shahrier Hossain 58, Aminul Islam 43; Saleem Raza 3-?)
 United Arab Emirates 104 all out 36.5 overs (Arshad Laiq 31*, Saleem Raza 20; Anisur Rahman 3-26, Sheik Salauddin 3-13)
Bangladesh won by 108 runs
1998 Nepal Kathmandu  Malaysia 83 all out in 37.2 overs (Rohan Selvaratnam 25; Aminul Islam 3-22)
 Bangladesh 85 for 2 in 21.1 overs (Shahriar Hossain 51)
Bangladesh won by eight wickets
2000 United Arab Emirates Sharjah  Hong Kong 186 in 49.4 overs (R.Sharma 78; Asim Saeed 4-32)
 United Arab Emirates 191 for 7 in 44 overs (Mehmood Pirbaksch 56, Miraj Khaliq 42*; Mohammad Zubair 4-30)
UAE won by three wickets
2002 Singapore Singapore    Nepal 184 all out in 50 overs (PP Lohani 52, SP Gauchan 47;Arshad Ali4-24)
 United Arab Emirates 185 for 4 in 38.3 overs (*Khuram Khan 60*, Asim Saeed 41, BK Das 2-27)
UAE won by six wickets
2004 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur  United Arab Emirates 253 for 7 in 50 overs (Syed Maqsood 67,Naeemuddin 37; Hemal Mehta 3-38)
 Oman 159 all out in 44 overs (Hemal Mehta 39; Ali Assad 4-38)
UAE beat Oman by 94 runs
2006 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur  Hong Kong 174 for 8 in 50 overs (T.Smart 56, R. Sharma 45; A. Ali 3-35)
 United Arab Emirates 175 for 5 in 35.3 overs (K.Khan 59* ; N. Ahmed 3-48)
UAE beat Hong Kong by five wickets
ACC Trophy Elite
Year Host nation Final venue Scores Result
2008 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur  United Arab Emirates 243/7 in 50 overs (Saqib Ali 102,Najeeb Amar 4/61 )
 Hong Kong205/7 in 34.1 overs (Najeeb Amar 100, Shadeep Silva 3/39)
Hong Kong won by three wickets (D/L)
2010 Kuwait Kuwait City  Afghanistan 224 all out in 50 overs (Karim Sadiq 58, Binod Das 3/35)
   Nepal 129 all out in 40 overs (Sharad Vesawkar 35, Nowroz Mangal 2/9)
Afghanistan beat Nepal by 95 runs
2012 UAE Sharjah  United Arab Emirates 241/6 in 50 overs (Saqib Ali 101*, Shakti Gauchan 3/36)
   Nepal 241/9 in 50 overs (Subash Khakurel 55, Ahmed Raza 2/44)
Match tied. Nepal and UAE shared trophy.
ACC Trophy Challenge
Year Host nation Final venue Scores Result
2009 Thailand Chiang Mai  Oman 322 for 9 in 50 overs (Adnan Ilyas 138, Awal Khan 32*)
 Bhutan 104 all out in 40 overs (Kumar Subba 40; Awal Khan 3-27, Hemal Mehta 3-22)
Oman beat Bhutan by 213 runs
2010 Thailand Bangkok[2]  Saudi Arabia 139 all out in 43.3 overs (Shoaib Ali 39; Ahmed Faiz 3/19)
 Maldives 140 for 9 in 41.4 overs (Abdulla Shahid 30; Shoaib Ali 5/25)
Maldives beat Saudi Arabia by one wicket
2012 Thailand Chiang Mai[3]  Singapore 214 for 8 off 50 overs (C.Suryawanshi 40, K.Shinde 36; Q.Saeed 3-27)
 Bahrain 190 all out off 45.4 overs (S.Yousuf 31; A.Mahboob 5-22)
Singapore beat Bahrain by 24 runs

ACC Trophy records

Team records

Individual records

Best Partnerships

Note: Records are incomplete.

  1. Sarfraz Ahmed & Fahad Suleiman for  Saudi Arabia v  Brunei 201*
  2. Rahul Sharma & Khalid Butt for  Hong Kong v  Singapore 181
  3. Muhammad Jahangir & Irfan Ahmed for  Qatar v  Thailand 174
  4. Nowroz Khan & Karim Sadiq for  Afghanistan v  Malaysia 171
  5. Chaminda Ruwan & Munish Arora for  Singapore v  Bahrain 170
  6. Omer Taj & Muhammad Jahangir for  Qatar v  Iran 174
  7. Muhammed Iqbal & Arshad Ali for  United Arab Emirates v  Brunei 166
  8. Rahul Sharma & Khalid Butt for  Hong Kong v  Myanmar 161
  9. Nadeem Babar & Hammad Saeed for * Saudi Arabia v  Brunei 158
  10. Arshad Ali & Saqib Ali for  United Arab Emirates v  Brunei 152

Champions and Runners-up

Team Champions Runner Up
 United Arab Emirates 5 2
 Bangladesh 2 0
   Nepal 1 2
 Hong Kong 1 2
 Afghanistan 1 0
 Oman 0 1
 Malaysia 0 1

Notes: Bangladesh gained full Test status in 2000 and are no longer eligible to participate in the ACC Trophy.

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.asiancricket.org/cnt_08_trophyelite_results.cfm Asian Cricket, retrieved 3 August 2008
  2. ^ Asian Cricket Council - ACC Trophy Challenge 2010
  3. ^ Asian Cricket Council - ACC Trophy Challenge 2012
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