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Fiji qualify for first U-19 World Cup

Fiji have qualified for their first cricket World Cup at any level - the 2016 Under-19 event in Bangladesh - after finishing unbeaten during the group stage of the East Asia-Pacific U-19 Trophy in Blenheim

11yMartin Williamson

Fiji and Samoa face off

Fiji and Samoa will contest the Women's Challenge Series between February 2 and 5 in Apia, Samoa to determine the team that shall complete the pool for the 2010 ICCEAP Women's Cricket Trophy

11ySiddhartha Talya

Samoa overcome the Cook Islands

Samoa took control of the ICC EAP Trophy Non World Cricket League section after an excellent eight-wicket (D/L method) win over the Cook Islands on Monday.

11yTony Munro

Bright and sunny for Samoan cricket

The sport is booming - the number of teams competing in primary and secondary schools have trebled, the under-15 team just did well at the regional titles in Jakarta and 14 teams just played in the national village championships

13yMartin Williamson

Future bright beyond the Test world

Next week's ICC annual get-together promises to have more than its fair share of politicking, posturing and controversy

14yWill Luke

Picturesque Faleata, Samoa

SportingPulse has an enjoyable round-up of the ongoing Pacific Games in Fiji, and of cricket in the region - specifically Samoa .

15yCricinfo staff

Japan squeeze out Cook Islands

Japan claimed their first ICC cricket title with a six-run victory over the Cook Islands in the final of the East Asia-Pacific Cricket Cup tournament in Vanuatu

17yCricket Australia

CBCA coaches to work with East Asia Pacific team in Adelaide

Commonwealth Bank Cricket Academy (CBCA) coaches Bennett King, Damien Fleming, John Harmer and David Moore will work with 15 of East Asia Pacific's (EAP) elite cricketers in a two-week training camp beginning in Adelaide today.

18yICC Development (East Asia-Pacific) Media Release

ICC President announces major cricket achievements

The dramatic growth in popularity of cricket worldwide has been emphasised in the latest development figures released by the President of the International Cricket Council, Mr Malcolm Gray today