Cricket: Israel to host Croatia in play-off

European Division 2 play-off game scheduled for November.

By STEVEN SHEIN
October 1, 2007 04:30
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Israel will host Croatia in a European Division 2 play-off game in November. As part of the new ICC World League structure, the Croatians, as winners of the European Division 3 tournament played over the summer, have the right to challenge Israel, who finished second from bottom at the Division 2 tournament in 2006, for the right to participate in Division 2 in the 2008 tournament. According to the new ICC structure, each regional division is to consist of six teams. Division 1 consists of Ireland, Holland, Scotland, Denmark, Italy and Norway, who received promotion having won Division 2. Israel will need to defeat Croatia to remain in the second Division, which includes Gibraltar, France, Germany, Jersey, and Guernsey. The match, to be played on either Sunday November 11 or 18, with the Monday set aside as a rain day, is being embraced by the Israel Cricket Association, with Chairman Stanley Perlman delighted at the opportunity to host an international match. "We have been trying to host international cricket in Israel for many years now, and hope that the visit of the Croatian team will pave the way for other countries to tour in the future," Perlman said. "We will invite the Croatians to play a couple of friendly matches before the game against our national team as well." Croatia defeated Spain by four runs to win Division 3 in August, which included teams from Isle of Man, Belgium, Portugal, Malta, Cyprus and Finland.

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