In a historic turn of events, Canada’s cricket team secured its maiden berth in the T20 World Cup by triumphing over Bermuda in a decisive encounter during the Americas Region qualifier. Battling challenging weather conditions in an 18-overs-a-side match, Canada set a competitive total of 132 for 4, with Navneet Dhaliwal’s pivotal contribution of 45 runs off 38 balls and Nicholas Kirton’s explosive 26 off 10 balls. Despite a promising start in Bermuda’s chase, the game took a dramatic turn as Canada’s bowlers, notably Nikhil Dutta and the standout performer Kaleem Sana, wreaked havoc. Sana’s exceptional figures of 3.5-1-4-3 earned him the Player of the Match accolade as Bermuda’s batting lineup crumbled, ultimately succumbing to 93 all out in 16.5 overs. Canada’s emphatic 39-run victory secured their historic qualification for the 2024 T20 World Cup, marking a significant milestone for the nation’s cricketing endeavors.