The Papua New Guinea cricket team has edged Jersey by 24 runs to win its first Twenty20 qualifier.
The runs were shared across the Pacific team's lineup after they batted first.
Number three Assad Vala top scored with 29 as the team reached 145 runs with nine wickets down.
The PNG Barramundis struck with key wickets to restrict their opponents to 121 in response.
Norman Vanua was the pick of the bowlers with three wickets for 19 runs in four overs.
Next up for PNG is Hong Kong, who lost their first match against Jersey.
PNG coach Dipak Patel said his players were not getting carried away.
"As far as we're concerned every game in this tournament is going to be tough," he said.
"We're not taking any team lightly - they'll be hurting after losing and I'm sure they'll come out with a different plan and make sure they'll be difficult to beat.
"We just want to rest up on what we've achieved today and there are little things we want to do better tomorrow.
The top six sides from the 18-day tournament in Britain qualify for the World Twenty20 tournament in India next year.