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Scotland captain Craig Wright loses the toss

Scotland v Netherlands: Dutch captain Jeroen Smits wins the toss and decides to field in favourable bowling conditions

Billy Stelling celebrates the wicket of Navdeep Poonia

It proves the right decision as Billy Stelling has Navdeep Poonia caught behind by Smits second ball of the innings

Scotland's Gavin Hamilton (left) trudges off while the Dutch players celebrate his dismissal

Majid Haq is bowled through the gate and when Gavin Hamilton is adjudged lbw, Scotland are reeling on 15-3

Billy Stelling (right) celebrates after successfully appealing for the wicket of Dougie Brown

Dougie Brown follows Hamilton back to the pavilion next ball after being trapped lbw - Stelling has 3-4 off four overs

Tim de Leede (centre) takes a caught and bowled chance to remove Ryan Watson (right)

Ryan Watson and Neil McCallum steady the innings but when Tim de Leede holds a caught and bowled Scotland are 39-5

Colin Smith (foreground) is bowled by Mark Jonkman for 19

McCallum and Colin Smith put on 38 for the sixth wicket, but they fall in quick succession to leave Scotland 83-7

Glenn Rogers is caught behind by Jeroen Smits for 26

Glenn Rogers top scores with 26 as he and John Blain provide some lusty lower-order hitting to propel Scotland to 136

John Blain celebrates dismissing Darron Reekers

Blain then strikes early, removing Darron Reekers and Eric Szwarczynski in consecutive overs to leave the Dutch 32-2

Baz Zuiderent in action for the Netherlands

But Baz Zuiderent and Ryan ten Doeschate move the score on past 100 without the loss of further wickets

Ryan ten Doeschate is congratulated by Scotland's Navdeep Poonia

Ten Doeschate hammers 70 from 68 balls as he guides the Netherlands to an emphatic eight-wicket win over Scotland

Lou Vincent and Stephen Fleming make a century opening stand in St Lucia

Canada v New Zealand: Lou Vincent and Stephen Fleming put on a century opening stand for the Black Caps

Stephen Fleming (left) hits a boundary

But Fleming's run-a-ball 66 comes to an end when he steers Kevin Sandher to Ian Billcliff at mid-wicket

Peter Fulton hits a boundary

Peter Fulton and Scott Styris pile on the runs but they too fall when well set as New Zealand progress to 253-3

Lou Vincent acknowledges the crowd after scoring a century against Canada

Craig McMillan falls cheaply, but Vincent completes a well-crafted century before returning a catch to John Davision

Brendon McCullum hits a six

Brendon McCullum then clubs five sixes to record the fastest World Cup fifty, off just 20 balls, as New Zealand post 363-5

Canada's John Davison (left) launches another ball to the boundary

Davison gets the Canadian reply off to a flying start, racing to his half century inside the opening 10 overs

Daryl Tuffey of New Zealand feels the heat as Geoff Barnett bats for Canada

Davison is removed by Michael Mason for 53 but Geoff Barnett continues to make the Kiwi attack toil as Canada pass 100

Ashish Bagai is bowled by New Zealand's Daniel Vettori for 37

Ashish Bagai is bowled by New Zealand's Daniel Vettori for 37 as Canadian wickets start to fall in St Lucia

Canada's Umar Bhatti is cleaned bowled in front of New Zealands keeper Brendon McCullum

Canada's Umar Bhatti is clean bowled as Jeetan Patel cleans up the tail helping the Black Caps earn a 114-run victory



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