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Scotland's ICC World Cup League 2 fixtures postponed due to 'unprecedented poor weather'

Next month's men's ICC Cricket World Cup League 2 fixtures between Scotland, Namibia and Oman at Forfarshire Cricket Club have been postponed until July as a result of "unprecedented poor weather".

The decision to reschedule the series, which was due to take place at Forthill between May 2-12, has been taken following consultation and agreements between the three competing nations and the ICC.

"It is obviously very disappointing to announce the cancellation of this series," said Paul Macari, Cricket Scotland's head of operations and commercial.

"The unprecedented poor weather we have seen this spring across the country has left an extremely high volume of water on the ground, and it would be hugely challenging to run this series in May without significant disruption to the playing schedule.

"I would like to thank everyone at Forfarshire for their efforts in recent weeks in extremely difficult circumstances, as well as the ICC, Namibia, and Oman for their understanding and flexibility in agreeing to the rescheduling."

The T20I between Scotland and Oman, also scheduled to take place at Forthill on 14 May, has been cancelled and will not be rescheduled.

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