Qatar men's national squad were in action in the recently concluded 1st round of CWC Challenge League Group A tournament in Malaysia - Image by ICC @cricketworldcup (Twitter)

The last couple of years has seen a significant growth and progress for Qatar’s national men’s squad, with impressive outings in T20 World Cup regional qualifiers and CWC Challenge League tournaments.

In the same period, Qatar Cricket Association have also hosted home series against Uganda and Kuwait and now are all set to host Men’s T20 World Cup Qualifiers participant Jersey for a 3-match T20I series at Asian Town Cricket Stadium in Doha. The matches will be played on 09th, 10th & 11th of Oct 2019.

For Jersey, it will be their final preparatory series before the World Cup Qualifiers, while Qatar will be looking for more International success in the T20 level, having already registered an impressive win over Nepal during the Asian regional finals in Singapore. They have had extensive preparations before coming to Qatar, playing T20 series against Netherlands “A” and also the 2nd XI team of England’s county club Sussex.

Brief Scores

01st Match: Qatar 179/4 in 20 overs (Kamran Khan 32, Faisal Khan 61, M Rizlan 28 n.o, Z Ibrahim 27 n.o, AW Hawkins-Kay 1/33, DG Blampied 1/21, E Miles 1/55, BDH Stevens 1/14) beat Jersey 159/6 in 20 overs (Nick Greenwood 42, Ben Stevens 26, Nick Ferraby 24, Ben Ward 23, Jonty Jenner 19, Noman Sarwar 2/29, Gayan Munaweera 2/31, Mohamed Nadeem 1/24, Iqbal Hussain 1/35) by 20 runs

Qatar Squad

Iqbal Hussain Chaudhry (Captain), Mohamed Rizlan, Kamran Khan, Zaheeruddeen Ibrahim, Saqlain Arshad, Qalandar Khan, Faisal Khan, Mohamed Tanveer, Noman Sarwar, Mohamed Nadeem, Gayan Munaweera, Dharmang Hasmukh Patel, Mohamed Imran Ashraf & Jassim Khan

Jersey Squad

Jim Perchard (Captain), Jonty Jenner, Ben Stevens, Corey Bisson, Nick Ferraby, Ben Ward, Will Robertson, Rhys Palmer, Julius Sumerauer, Harrison Carlyon, Jake Dunford, Elliot Miles, Dom Blampied, Nick Greenwood & Anthony Hawkins-Kay

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