Driver, who has played for Lancashire and Worcestershire, scored an unbeaten 92 off 85 balls with five hits to fence and as many over it while Hague stroked a fine 57 as the home team batting first raised 206/4 in a rain reduced 32-over-a-side game.
The target proved to be too stiff for the lowly Bahamas who was bowled out for 78 in 25.2 overs. Dewhurst (6/20) was the wrecker-in-chief for the hosts.
The USA, Nepal and Afghanistan also stayed on course for the semi-finals after recording their third straight victories while Germany kept its hopes of reaching the last four alive when it made short work of the measly 97-run target set by Mozambique.
The match between Singapore and Japan was washed out without a ball being bowled.
Mozambique 96 all out in 38.2 overs (Ehsan Latif 3/13, Farooq Ahmed 3/14, Javed Iqbal 3/40) lost to Germany 97/3 in 28.1 overs (Abdul Bhatti 32 n o) by seven wickets.
Vanuatu 88/9 in 24 overs (Andrew Mansale 26; Khawaja Shuja 2/14) lost to United States 89/3 in 19.2 overs (Gowkaran Roopnarine 44) by seven wickets.
Nepal 204 all out in 49.4 overs (Mahaboob Alam 51, Binod Kumar Das 32; Majid Butt 3/21, Zeeshan Ali 3/45) beat Norway 96 all out in 46.4 overs (Alam 2/10, Sanjam Regmi 2/12, Dhirendra Bahadur Chand 2/21) by 108 runs.
Jersey 206/4 in 32 overs (Ryan Driver 92 n o, Mathew Hague 57) beat Bahamas 78 all out in 25.2 overs (Andrew Dewhurst 6/20) by 128 runs.
Botswana 128 all out in 34.4 overs (Mohammad Eisakhil 4/20, Hamid Hassan 3/19) lost to Afghanistan 129/3 in 19.5 overs (Karim Sadiq 62, Noor Ali Noori 48 n o) by seven wickets.