ICC World T20 East Asia Pacific Qualifier – WT20 EAP Region (2018 – 2019)
The WT20 EAP Qualifier match is to select the team for ICC World Twenty20 2020. EAP Qualifies the top two teams and moved to WT20. Although the Qualifier matches are held in all regions like Africa, America, Asia, EAP, and Europe.
Totally 12 teams are Qualified in all regions for WT20. They are 3 from Africa, 2 from America, 2 from Asia, 2 from EAP, and 3 from Europe.
WT20 EAP Qualifiers teams are selected from 2 Groups – Group A and Group B. Group A contain 4 teams and Group B also 4 teams. From Group A 2 teams and 1 team from Group B are Qualified, totally 3 teams are qualified for the WT20 EAP Final.
WT20 EAP Qualified Teams
- Papua New Guinea
WT20 EAP Match Format
The qualified three teams are met with each other twice. Though the top 2 teams are qualified for WT20.
EAP Qualifier Progress
- Papua New Guinea played 6 matches and won 6 matches. Here they got 12 points and the run rate is +3.712.
- Vanuatu played 6 matches and won 2, loss 4 matches. Here they got 4 points and the run rate is +0.209.
- Philippines played 6 matches and won 5, loss 1 match. Here they got 10 points and the run rate is +0.325.
WT20 EAP Team Highest and Lowest Total
Highest: Papua New Guinea scored 239/2 against Vanuatu.
Lowest: Fiji scored 31 against Papua New Guinea.
Highest: Japan scored 157/5 against Philippines.
Lowest: Indonesia scored 72 against South Korea.
WT20 EAP Individual Highest Run Scorer
- Tony Ura scored 120 runs from Papua New Guinea against Samoa.
- Kadek Gamantika scored 71 runs from Indonesia.
- Jonathan Hill scored 62 runs from Philippines.
WT20 EAP Most Wicket Taker
Most Wickets of the matches are 4 taken by,
- Chad Soper from Papua New Guinea (4/10) in 4 overs.
- Nalin Nipiko from Vanuatu (4/37) in 4 overs.
- Lester Evile from Samoa (4/8) in 4 overs.
- Chad Soper from Papua New Guinea (4/22) in 4 overs.
- Callum Blake from Vanuatu (4/10) in 4 overs.
- Charles Amini from Papua New Guinea (4/1) in 3 overs.
- Assad Vala from Papua New Guinea (4/25) in 3 overs.
- Anjar Tadarus from Indonesia (5/32) in 3.5 overs.
- Surinder Singh from Philippines (4/23) in 4 overs.