Brunei v Singapore at Selangor Turf Club

Singapore advanced to the semi-finals at the expense of default quarter-finalists Brunei thanks to a nine-wicket victory.

Batting first, Brunei were up against it from the first ball of the match when Harin Liyanage had his off-stump pegged back by eventual Man of the Match, Mayank Dalakoti. Dalakoti took six of the next seven wickets to fall as he bowled unchanged and finished with figures of 6 for 11.

Brunei were all out for 30 and Singapore secured victory in the seventh over of their innings by nine wickets.

Scorecard

Filed August 11 2005