Half-centuries from Mohammad Shahzad and Asghar Stanikzai helped Afghanistan secure a comfortable five-wicket victory in the third-place play-off against Netherlands in Rotterdam.
The Netherlands batsman Tom Cooper was today named as the player of the tournament at the ICC World Cricket League Division 1.
Ireland beat Scotland by six wickets in the World League Division One final in Amstelveen on Saturday as they retained their title in convincing fashion.
Scotland will face defending champions Ireland in the First Division final of the ICC World Cricket League after a close-fought two-wicket win over Afghanistan on Friday.
In sharp contrast, Canada and Kenya, who are winless after four matches, will go head to head in the final group match on Friday before meeting again for the fifth-sixth position play-off at Excelsior Cricket Club in Schiedam.
Tom Cooper maiden ODI century went in vain as Afghanistan comfortably defeated the Netherlands by six wickets with 45 balls to spare in Voorburg while Scotland overcame a spirited fight back by Kenya to win by six runs in Rotterdam.
Defending champions Ireland beat Canada by five wickets at Amstelveen on Wednesday to book their place in the First Division final the ICC World Cricket League Div 1.
A career-best 84 not out by Eric Szwarczynski guided the Netherlands to a comfortable seven-wicket victory over Canada.
Afghanistan proved to be a team with nerves of steel as it defeated Kenya by one wicket off the last ball in a third round thriller of the ICC World Cricket League Division 1 in Amstelveen on Monday.