On day five of the ICC World Twenty 2014 Qualifier in the United Arab Emirates, Canada took their first win, Hong Kong were beaten for the first time and there were also victories for Kenya, Nepal, Namibia, the Netherlands and UAE.
India bounced back from their loss to arch-rivals Pakistan to hand Nepal a huge 249-run defeat as the Blind Cricket Twenty20 World Cup group stage heads towards a conclusion.
Elsewhere, Pakistan kept on winning, beating Bangladesh by 10 wickets, the West Indies beat South Africa and England beat Australia.
Pakistan claimed an eight-wicket win over arch-rivals India to qualify for the semi-finals of the Blind Cricket Twenty20 World Cup in Bangalore.
Elsewhere, England beat Nepal by 10 wickets and Sri Lanka beat the West Indies by 28 runs.
India ended Sri Lanka's unbeaten start to the Blind Cricket Twenty20 World Cup with an emphatic while elsewhere there were wins for Australia, England and West Indies.
India handed Sri Lanka a 168-run defeat as Prakash Reddy smashed 149 off just 54 balls while the victories for Australia and West Indies were over Nepal and Bangladesh respectively before England beat South Africa.
Australia, India and Pakistan all made it two wins out of two at the Blind Cricket Twenty20 World Cup on day two while Sri Lanka took their first win of the campaign.
Sri Lanka beat Nepal, who had opened their tournament strongly by beating Bangladesh. Australia beat the West Indies, hosts India proved too strong for England and Pakistan beat South Africa.
There were wins for host India as well as Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka on the opening day of the Blind Cricket Twenty20 World Cup in Bangalore, India.
The home side - and many people's favourites - comfortably defeated Australia by 215 runs, scoring 341 for two before Australia closed on 126 for eight.
A cricket video for Cricket World TV about the latest cricket news as we look ahead to the inaugural Blind Cricket Twenty20 World Cup in Bangalore, India.
The tournament gets underway on 2nd December and nine teams - Australia, Bangladesh, England, India, Nepal, Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka and West Indies - will be battling it out to win the title.
The city of Bangalore, India, is the destination where blind cricketers from nine countries around the world will gather from 1st to 13th December 2012, for the first ever World Twenty20 cricket tournament for the blind.
The teams involved are: Australia, Bangladesh, England, India, Nepal, Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka and the West Indies.
The schedule for the Blind Cricket Twenty20 World Cup has been revealed, the tournament running from 1st to 13th December in Bangalore, India.
The competing teams in the inaugural such competition are Australia, Bangladesh, England, India, Nepal, Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka and West Indies.
India reached the final of the Under-19 World Cup with a tense nine-run win over New Zealand in Townsville. They will now play tournament hosts Australia in Sunday's final. Elsewhere, Zimbabwe avoided a humiliating last place finish by beating Namibia in the 15th place play-off and Nepal beat Papua New Guinea.
Australia won a hard-fought match against South Africa to reach the final of the Under-19 World Cup in Townsville. They restricted South Africa to just 191 for eight after asking them to bat as opening bowlers Joel Paris and Mark Steketee each took an early wicket.
Elsewhere, there were wins for England, Afghanistan, Nepal and Papua New Guinea.
There were two extremely close and unbelievably tense quarter-finals in the Under-19 World Cup today, with India running out winners by one wicket over arch rivals Pakistan, and New Zealand beating West Indies off the final ball in Townsville. The plate quarter-finals were much more one-sided in contrast, with Ireland and Sri Lanka easing past Namibia and Nepal.
Namibia, Canada and Scotland completed the qualifiers after the group stage of the ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier 2012 in the United Arab Emirates.
Namibia top group B after their seventh straight win, Canada finished in third in Group A by beating Nepal but Scotland crept through in group B despite a shock seven-wicket defeat to the United States of America.