Visa problems delay Ireland-Namibia match

Updated: 26 June 2011 17:06 IST

The International Cricket Council says visa problems for Namibia have forced the postponement of its Intercontinental Cup match against Ireland this week.

Dubai:

The International Cricket Council says visa problems for Namibia have forced the postponement of its Intercontinental Cup match against Ireland this week.

The two teams were scheduled to play June 28 in Belfast but the ICC was forced to consider other options on Sunday.

The matchup was due to be the second game of the eight-team competition also involving Afghanistan, Canada, Scotland, Netherlands, Kenya and United Arab Emirates.

The first match between Scotland and the Netherlands ended in a draw after the first two days were washed out by rain.

Topics : Cricket Namibia Ireland
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