Hong Kong grab place in ICC World Twenty20 by beating Papua New Guinea

Hong Kong qualify for the ICC World Twenty20 after beating Papua New Guinea by 29 runs in their qualifier in Abu Dhabi.

Hong Kong have secured their place in next year's ICC World Twenty20 by seeing off Papua New Guinea by 29 runs.

The qualifier in Abu Dhabi got underway with Hong Kong at the crease, making 137 in their 20 overs and restricting PNG to 108-9.

The final place in the tournament will be filled by either Scotland or the Netherlands after the two go up against each other later today.

Nepal made history yesterday by qualifying after beating Hong Kong.

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