ලෝක ක්රිකට් ලීග් තරගාවලිය
|ලෝක ක්රිකට් ලීග් තරගාවලිය|
|පරිපාලක||International Cricket Council|
|ආකෘතිය||One Day International|
|තරගාවලි ආකෘතිය||League system|
|කණ්ඩායම් ගණන||95 nations|
|වඩාත් ජයග්රාහී||Ireland (2 victories)|
|වඩාත් ලකුණු||Peter Gough (2006) (Jersey)|
|වඩාත් කඩුළු||Basanta Regmi (118) (Nepal)|
|වෙබ්අඩවිය||ICC World Cricket League|
|2012–18 ICC World Cricket League|
The ICC World Cricket League is a series of international one-day cricket tournaments for national teams without Test status (of Associate status), administered by the International Cricket Council. All associate members of the ICC are eligible to compete in the league system, which features a promotion and relegation structure between divisions. The league system has two main aims: to provide a qualification system for the World Cup that can be accessed by all associate and affiliate members, and as an opportunity for these sides to play international one-day matches against teams of similar standards.
In the inaugural ICC World Cricket League 2007–09, teams were allocated into divisions based on their performance in the qualification tournaments for the 2007 World Cup; the six initial teams in Division One were the teams that qualified for the 2007 World Cup. The initial series began with regional qualifiers and a First Division in 2007, and ended with the 2009 ICC World Cup Qualifier. At this stage, there were only five divisions.
|2007–09||South Africa|| Ireland
188/1 (42.3 overs)
|Ireland won by 9 wickets
185 all out (48 overs)
| ස්කොට්ලන්තය |
Associate one-day rankings[සංස්කරණය]
In late 2005, the International Cricket Council ranked the top non-Test nations from 11–30 to complement the Test nations' rankings in the ICC ODI Championship. The ICC used the results from the 2005 ICC Trophy and WCQS Division 2 competition (i.e. the primary qualification mechanisms for the 2007 Cricket World Cup) to rank the nations.
These rankings were used to seed the initial stage of the global World Cricket League. Teams ranked 11–16 were placed into Division 1; teams 17–20 were placed into Division 2; teams 21–24 were placed into Division 3; the remaining teams were placed into the upper divisions of their respective regional qualifiers.
Since 2005 six associates have held One Day International status, based on their performance at the most recent World Cup Qualifier. Afghanistan and Ireland both appear on the main rating table and Scotland, UAE, Hong Kong and Papua New Guinea appear on the secondary table. Netherlands, as winners of the 2015–17 ICC World Cricket League Championship, have qualified for a place in the 2020–22 ICC ODI League. In May 2009, the ICC added a rankings table for the associate and affiliate members containing both global and regional placings. In 2016 this changed to maintain a global list only for the top teams and a set of regional lists for the remaining teams.
The global rankings of associate teams according to ICC are published in the table below. Teams that have One Day International status are ranked by their win percentage against other Associates with ODI status. The other teams are ranked by their finishing position in the most recent qualifying tournament.
|Division[lower-alpha 1]||Rank||Nation||Region||Regional Rank|
|ODI Status||13||සැකිල්ල:රටේ දත්ත Scotland||Europe||1|
|14||United Arab Emirates||Asia||1|
|Division 2||17||පපුවා නවගිනිය||EAP||1|
|18||සැකිල්ල:රටේ දත්ත Hong Kong||Asia||3|
|20||සැකිල්ල:රටේ දත්ත Namibia||Africa||1|
|Division 3||21||සැකිල්ල:රටේ දත්ත Oman||Asia||4|
|22||සැකිල්ල:රටේ දත්ත Kenya||Africa||2|
|23||සැකිල්ල:රටේ දත්ත Singapore||Asia||5|
|Division 4||25||සැකිල්ල:රටේ දත්ත Uganda||Africa||3|
|28||සැකිල්ල:රටේ දත්ත Bermuda||Americas||3|
|29||සැකිල්ල:රටේ දත්ත Jersey||Europe||4|
|30||සැකිල්ල:රටේ දත්ත Vanuatu||EAP||2|
|Division 5||31||සැකිල්ල:රටේ දත්ත Qatar||Asia||7|
|32||සැකිල්ල:රටේ දත්ත Guernsey||Europe||6|
|32||සැකිල්ල:රටේ දත්ත Cayman Islands||Americas||4|
|32||සැකිල්ල:රටේ දත්ත Ghana||Africa||4|
- Division means the league the team is either currently competing in or will next compete in
Teams that do not participate in (or have been relegated from) the World Cricket League are ranked by their finishing positions in their respective regional leagues:
** - Not member of ICC, but member of Asian Cricket Council.
- "ICC World Cricket LEague Division 1–5 Structure for 2006–2009". ICC. Retrieved 2009-05-18.
- "Associate ODI Ranking Table". www.icc-cricket.com (in ඉංග්රීසි). Retrieved 2018-03-19.
- "ICC AM RANKINGS". ICC. 15 November 2016. Retrieved 1 December 2016.