Jersey skipper Charles Perchard says winning ICC Challenge League B is a “extraordinary accomplishment” for his side.
Rout by Kenya in their last game implied the islanders attached with Uganda for best position with 11 dominates from 15 matches each, yet Jersey advanced thanks to an unrivaled run-rate.
The island side currently continue on toward the following phase of meeting all requirements for the 2023 Cricket World Cup in India.
“The young men are extremely content with our general exhibition,” Perchard said.
“We can be exceptionally pleased with how we’ve performed over the most recent few months.”
The six-group association has been held in three blocks of matches – the primary in Oman in 2019 and the last two this late spring, in Uganda and Jersey.
Jersey – who lost three of their initial four matches in Oman – proceeded to dominate their next 10 matches to take the title and, with it, continue on toward the 2023 World Cup Qualifier play-off.
They will meet Canada – who won Challenge League A – and the last four sides from World Cup League Two, with the main two nations from the six continuing on toward the last stage in Zimbabwe the following summer.
“To win five from five in Uganda and four from five here is a unique accomplishment for these players, and we ought to be extremely pleased with our presentation,” added Perchard after Sunday’s triumph.
“The young men are extremely blissful, but somewhat miserable at the present outcome.”