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Under 19 World Cup 2018 (New Zealand)
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  • U19 World Cup, Main Competition
    Australia lost to India by 8 wickets.
    Bay Oval, Tauranga, 3 February.
    Australia 216 (47.2 overs, J Merlo 76, Param Uppal 34, Ishan Porel 2-30, Anukul Roy 2-32, Shiva Singh 2-36)
    India 220-2 (38.5 overs, Manjot Kalra 101*, Harvik Desai 47*, Shubman Gill 31)
  • U19 World Cup, Main Competition
    Bangladesh lost to South Africa by 8 wickets.
    Queenstown, 31 January.
    Bangladesh 178 (41.4 overs, Afif Hossain 63, Shakil Hossain 61, F Jones 5-33, A Mnyaka 3-27)
    South Africa 180-2 (38.3 overs, R von Tonder 82*, H Rolfes 44*, MP Breetzke 36)
  • U19 World Cup, Main Competition
    India beat Pakistan by 203 runs.
    Christchurch, 30 January.
    India 272-9 (50.0 overs, S Gill 102*, Manjot Kalra 47, PP Shaw 41, Muhammad Musa 4-67, Arshad Iqbal 3-51)
    Pakistan 69 (39.3 overs, IC Porel 4-17, R Parag 2-6, Shiva Singh 2-20)
  • U19 World Cup, Main Competition
    New Zealand lost to England by 32 runs.
    Queenstown, 30 January.
    England 261-7 (50.0 overs, T Banton 112, J Davies 63, LI Georgeson 3-28, R Ravindra 2-80)
    New Zealand 229 (47.1 overs, F Allen 87, K Clarke 60, K Boshier 31, W Jacks 3-41, E Woods 3-44, D Pennington 2-37)
  • U19 World Cup, Main Competition
    Afghanistan lost to Australia by 6 wickets.
    Christchurch, 29 January.
    Afghanistan 181 (48.0 overs, Ikram Ali Khil 80, J Merio 4-24, Z Evans 2-26)
    Australia 182-4 (37.3 overs, J Edwards 72, P Uppal 32*, J Sangha 26, Qais Ahmad 2-35)
  • U19 World Cup, Main Competition
    Bangladesh beat England by 5 wickets.
    Queenstown, 28 January.
    England 216 (47.2 overs, L Banks 74, H Brook 66, J Davies 26, Afif Hossain 3-18, Hasan Mahmud 3-29, Qazi Onik 2-46)
    Bangladesh 220-5 (47.3 overs, Afif Hossain 71, Saif Hassan 59, Mohammad Rakib 28*, A Finch 2-36)
  • U19 World Cup, Main Competition
    South Africa beat New Zealand by 73 runs.
    Christchurch, 27 January.
    South Africa 284-6 (50.0 overs, R von Tonder 117, MP Breetzke 115, MJ Fisher 2-59)
    New Zealand 211 (43.5 overs, DN Phillips 74, K Boshier 27, Sandeep Patel 26, G Coetzee 5-32, A Mnyaka 2-49)
  • U19 World Cup, Main Competition
    India beat Bangladesh by 131 runs.
    Queenstown, 26 January.
    India 265 (49.2 overs, S Gill 86, A Sharma 50, P Shaw 40, Qazi Onik 3-48, Nayeem Hasan 2-36, Saif Hassan 2-41)
    Bangladesh 134 (42.1 overs, Pinak Ghosh 43, KL Nagarkoti 3-18, A Sharma 2-11, Shivam Mavi 2-27)
  • U19 World Cup, Main Competition
    Afghanistan beat New Zealand by 202 runs.
    Christchurch, 25 January.
    Afghanistan 309-6 (50.0 overs, Rahmanullah Gurbaz 69, Ibrahim Zadran 68, Bahir Shah 67*, Sandeep Patel 2-13)
    New Zealand 107 (28.1 overs, K Clarke 38, D Phillips 31, Mujeeb Zadran 4-14, Qais Ahmed 4-33)
  • U19 World Cup, Main Competition
    South Africa lost to Pakistan by 3 wickets.
    Hagley Oval, Christchurch, 24 January.
    South Africa 189-9 (50.0 overs, W Makwetu 60, J Niemand 36, Muhammad Musa 3-29, Shaheen Afridi 2-30)
    Pakistan 190-7 (47.5 overs, Ali Zaryab 74*, Saad Khan 26, J Niemand 2-31)
  • U19 World Cup, Main Competition
    Australia beat England by 31 runs.
    John Davies Oval, Queenstown, 23 January.
    Australia 127 (33.3 overs, J Sangha 58, D Pennington 3-27, W Jacks 3-21, E Bamber 3-31)
    England 96 (23.4 overs, T banton 58, L Pope 8-35)
Plate Championship
Scorecard Ireland beat Namibia by 102 runs, 27 January.
Scorecard Papua New Guinea lost to Ireland by 3 wickets, 25 January.
Scorecard Ireland lost to West Indies by 4 wickets, 23 January.
  • U19 World Cup, Plate
    Zimbabwe beat Canada by 138 runs.
    Rangiora, 28 January.
    Zimbabwe 272-8 (50.0 overs, W Madhevere 93, D Myers 46, T Makoni 30, Faisal Jamkhandi 2-65)
    Canada 134 (37.5 overs, A Gill 60, W Madhevere 4-24, N Nungu 2-14, TM Harrison 2-39)
  • U19 World Cup, Plate
    Sri Lanka beat West Indies by 3 wickets.
    Lincoln, 28 January.
    West Indies 254-5 (50.0 overs, A Athanaze 110*, BO Barnes 37*, P Jayawickrama 2-33, LN Malinga 2-63)
    Sri Lanka 255-7 (49.4 overs, H Boyagoda 116, D Lakshan 98, B Yadram 2-42, J Hoyte 2-44)
  • U19 World Cup, Plate
    Kenya beat Papua New Guinea by 14 runs.
    Rangiora, 27 January.
    Kenya 176 (50.0 overs, JR Mepani 44, S Vasudev 31, A Desai 27, SI Kamea 3-24, JJ Tau 2-36)
    Papua New Guinea 162 (48.3 overs, NR Rarua 47, O Sam 30, G Mwendwa 4-37, JR Mepani 3-22)
  • U19 World Cup, Plate
    Ireland beat Namibia by 102 runs.
    Lincoln, Christchurch, 27 January.
    Ireland 288-6 (50.0 overs, H Tector 101, N Rock 55, J Grassi 51, M Ngupita 2-41)
    Namibia 186 (39.1 overs, L Louwrens 62, G Lottering 46, N Loftie-Eaton 28, J Little 3-33, JJ Garth 2-39)
  • U19 World Cup, Plate
    West Indies beat Canada by 187 runs.
    Lincoln, 26 January.
    West Indies 323-8 (50.0 overs, K Simmons 166, A Athanaze 87, A Gill 4-54, Rommel Shahzad 2-55)
    Canada 136 (47.3 overs, K Naress 61, A Khan 31, RJ Alimohamed 2-17, A Athanaze 2-20, B Yadram 2-31)
  • U19 World Cup, Plate
    Papua New Guinea lost to Ireland by 3 wickets.
    Rangiora, 25 January.
    Papua New Guinea 121 (37.1 overs, I Mahuru 45, H Toua 39, JJ Garth 4-18, H Tector 3-32, J Little 2-18)
    Ireland 122 (41.5 overs, N Rock 43, J Tau 4-45, S Kamea 2-22)
  • U19 World Cup, Plate
    Kenya lost to Namibia by 8 wickets.
    Lincoln, 25 January.
    Kenya 176 (46.5 overs, A Gandhi 52, A Desai 32, P Burger 5-24, B Shikongo 3-29)
    Namibia 180-2 (27.0 overs, L Louwrens 114, J Linde 30, S Fouche 28*)
  • U19 World Cup, Plate
    Zimbabwe lost to Sri Lanka by 5 wickets.
    Lincoln, 25 January.
    Zimbabwe 259-4 (50.0 overs, J Schadendorf 74, M Shumba 62*, D Miambo 52, T Rashmika 2-58)
    Sri Lanka 260-5 (45.3 overs, K Fernando 109*, M Fernando 68, K Bandara 38*, N Nungu 2-49)
  • U19 World Cup, Plate
    Ireland lost to West Indies by 4 wickets.
    Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Christchurch, 23 January.
    Ireland 278-8 (50.0 overs, N Rock 91, H Tector 69, M Donegan 38, J Royal 3-59, R Alimohamed 2-31)
    West Indies 281-6 (48.2 overs, N Young 55*, B Yadram 53, E Stewart 50, M Neville 2-53)
  • U19 World Cup, Plate
    Sri Lanka beat Kenya by 311 runs.
    Lincoln No. 3, Christchurch, 23 January.
    Sri Lanka 419-5 (50.0 overs, H Boyagoda 191, N Madushka 60, K Mendis 53, A Chidambaram 2-68)
    Kenya 108 (35.5 overs, T Ochieng 45, H Buddhila 4-27, N Malinga 2-14)
  • U19 World Cup, Plate
    Canada beat Papua New Guinea by 80 runs.
    Lincoln, 22 January.
    Canada 265-8 (50.0 overs, A Gill 120, A Khan 35, A Deosammy 35, J Tau 2-37, L Morea 2-69)
    Papua New Guinea 185 (44.1 overs, S Atai 81, A Pathmanathan 3-23, F Jamkhandi 3-48, P Pretorius 2-38)
  • U19 World Cup, Plate
    Namibia lost to Zimbabwe by 7 wickets.
    Lincoln, 22 January.
    Namibia 113 (40.1 overs, N Nungu 2-11, W Madhevere 2-11, D Myers 2-29)
    Zimbabwe 114-3 (19.3 overs, W Madhevere 47, A Frost 30*)
Group A
                            P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
New Zealand                 3    3    0    0    0    6     2.58
South Africa                3    2    0    0    1    4     1.16
West Indies                 3    1    0    0    2    2     0.66
Kenya                       3    0    0    0    3    0    -4.23
  • U19 World Cup, Group A
    New Zealand (2) beat South Africa (0) by 71 runs.
    Mount Maunganui, 20 January.
    New Zealand 279-8 (50.0 overs, R Ravindra 76, J Bhula 44, D Phillips 43, K Molefe 2-49)
    South Africa 208 (46.2 overs, H Rolfes 108, J du Plessis 54, R Ravindra 4-32, J Bhula 2-25, M Fisher 2-36)
  • U19 World Cup, Group A
    West Indies (2) beat Kenya (0) by 222 runs.
    Lincoln, 20 January.
    West Indies 318-7 (50.0 overs, A Athanaze 116*, K Melius 60, N Young 57, A Desai 3-54)
    Kenya 96 (24.4 overs, A Ghandhi 37, J Royal 4-25, B Yadram 5-18)
  • U19 World Cup, Group A
    New Zealand (2) beat Kenya (0) by 243 runs.
    17 January.
    New Zealand 436-4 (50.0 overs, J Bhula 180, R Ravindra 117, F Allen 90)
    Kenya 193-4 (50.0 overs, A Gandhi 63, T Ochieng 39, A Desai 28, R Ravindra 2-33)
  • U19 World Cup, Group A
    South Africa beat West Indies (2) by 76 runs.
    Mount Maunganui, 17 January.
    South Africa 282-8 (50.0 overs, W Makwetu 99*, J Pillay 47, G Coetzee 29)
    West Indies 206 (45.3 overs, A Athanaze 76, K Kallicharan 44, H Rolfes 4-33, G Coetzee 2-21, J de Klerk 2-40)
  • U19 World Cup, Group A
    Kenya (0) lost to South Africa (2) by 169 runs.
    Lincoln, 14 January.
    South Africa 341-7 (50.0 overs, R von Tonder 143, J Pillay 62, G Coetzee 36*, J Kundi 2-49, J Mepani 2-60)
    Kenya 172-7 (50.0 overs, J Kundi 41, A Hirani 35*, A Mnyaka 2-9, K Smith 2-36)
  • U19 World Cup, Group A
    New Zealand (2) beat West Indies (0) by 8 wickets.
    Bay Oval, Tauranga, 13 January.
    West Indies 233-8 (50.0 overs, Keagan Simmons 92*, Kimani Melius 78, Rachin Ravindra 3-30, Matthew Fisher 3-61, Felix Murray 2-37)
    New Zealand 234-2 (39.3 overs, Finn Allen 115*, Jakob Bhula 83)
Group B
                            P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
India                       3    3    0    0    0    6     3.93
Australia                   3    2    0    0    1    4     3.72
Zimbabwe                    3    1    0    0    2    2    -3.03
Papua New Guinea            3    0    0    0    3    0    -5.61
  • U19 World Cup, Group B
    Australia (2) beat Papua New Guinea (0) by 311 runs.
    Lincoln, Christchurch, 19 January.
    Australia 370-8 (50.0 overs, N McSweeney 156, J Sangha 88, P Updai 61, J Tau 2-42, L Morea 2-59, S Kamea 2-63)
    Papua New Guinea 59 (24.5 overs, J Ralston 7-15)
  • U19 World Cup, Group B
    India (2) beat Zimbabwe (0) by 10 wickets.
    Mount Maunganui, 19 January.
    Zimbabwe 154 (48.1 overs, M Shumba 36, L Roche 31, W Madhevere 30, A Roy 4-20, A Singh 2-10, A Sharma 2-22)
    India 155-0 (21.4 overs, S Gill 90*, H Desai 56*)
  • U19 World Cup, Group B
    Zimbabwe (0) lost to Australia (2) by 7 wickets.
    Lincoln, 17 January.
    Zimbabwe 134 (33.2 overs, R Chimhinya 27, X Barlett 3-20, W Sutherland 2-21, L Pope 2-31)
    Australia 135-3 (18.2 overs, M Bryant 44, J Edwards 40, J Sangha 30)
  • U19 World Cup, Group B
    India (2) beat Papua New Guinea (0) by 10 wickets.
    Mount Maunganui, 16 January.
    Papua New Guinea 64 (21.5 overs, AS Roy 5-14, S Mavi 2-16)
    India 67-0 (8.0 overs, P Shaw 57*)
  • U19 World Cup, Group B
    India (2) beat Australia (0) by 100 runs.
    Mount Maunganui, 14 January.
    India 328-7 (50.0 overs, P Shaw 94, M Kalra 86, S Gill 63, J Edwards 4-65)
    Australia 228 (42.5 overs, J Edwards 73, B Holt 39, J Merlo 38, K Nagarkoti 3-29, S Mavi 3-45)
  • U19 World Cup, Group B
    Zimbabwe (2) beat Papua New Guinea (0) by 10 wickets.
    Lincoln No 3, Christchurch , 13 January.
    Papua New Guinea 95 (20.0 overs, Igo Mahuru 26, Wesseley Madevere 3-19, Milton Shumba 2-19)
    Zimbabwe 98-0 (14.0 overs, Wesseley Madevere 53*, Gregory Dollar 41*)
Group C
                            P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
England                     3    3    0    0    0    6     4.17
Bangladesh                  3    2    0    0    1    4     2.19
Canada                      3    1    0    0    2    2    -2.11
Namibia                     3    0    0    0    3    0    -2.69
  • U19 World Cup, Group C
    England (2) beat Canada (0) by 282 runs.
    Queenstown, 20 January.
    England 383-7 (50.0 overs, L Banks 120, W Jacks 102, J Davies 57, Faisal Jamkhandi 3-68, P Pretorius 3-69)
    Canada 101 (31.5 overs, P Sisodiya 3-23, A Finch 2-10, L Hollman 2-21)
  • U19 World Cup, Group C
    Canada (2) beat Namibia (0) by 4 wickets.
    18 January.
    Namibia 103 (46.0 overs, L Louwrens 38, E van Wyk 32, E van Mollienderf 30, A Gill 4-43, R Shahzad 2-27, A Pathmanathan 2-38)
    Canada 197-6 (42.0 overs, A Khan 72, A Gill 52, K Singh 50*, P Burger 2-29, S Fouche 2-34)
  • U19 World Cup, Group C
    Bangladesh (0) lost to England (2) by 7 wickets.
    18 January.
    Bangladesh 175 (49.2 overs, A Hossain 63, A Islam 31, E Bamber 3-19, E Woods 3-26)
    England 177-3 (29.3 overs, H Brook 102*, E Woods 48*)
  • U19 World Cup, Group C
    England (2) beat Namibia (0) by 8 wickets.
    John Davies Oval, Queenstown, 15 January.
    Namibia 196-9 (50.0 overs, S Foche 44, N Loftie-Eaton 36, L Hollman 3-41, T Sciver 2-30, H Brook 2-32)
    England 198-2 (24.1 overs, W Jacks 73*, H Brook 59*, G Lottering 2-33)
  • U19 World Cup, Group C
    Bangladesh (2) beat Canada (0) by 66 runs.
    Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Christchurch, 15 January.
    Bangladesh 264-8 (50.0 overs, Tawhid Hridoy 122, Atif Hossain 50, MN Sheikh 47, Faisal Jamkhandi 5-48)
    Canada 198 (49.3 overs, Arslan Khan 63, Pranav Sharma 34, Atif Hossain 5-43, Hasan Mahmud 2-23)
  • U19 World Cup, Group C
    Bangladesh (2) beat Namibia (0) by 87 runs.
    Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln, Christchurch , 13 January.
    Bangladesh 190-4 (20.0 overs, Mohammad Saif Hassan 87, Naim Sheikh 60)
    Namibia 103-6 (20.0 overs, Eben van Wyk 55*, Hasan Mahmud 2-12, Qazi Onik 2-14)
Group D
                            P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
Pakistan                    3    2    0    0    1    4     1.40
Afghanistan                 3    2    0    0    1    4     0.33
Sri Lanka                   3    1    0    0    2    2    -1.08
Ireland                     3    1    0    0    2    2    -1.90
Scorecard Ireland (2) beat Afghanistan (0) by 4 runs, 20 January.
Scorecard Ireland (0) lost to Pakistan (2) by 9 wickets, 16 January.
Scorecard Ireland (0) lost to Sri Lanka (2) by 7 wickets, 14 January.
  • U19 World Cup, Group D
    Ireland (2) beat Afghanistan (0) by 4 runs.
    Cobham Oval, 20 January.
    Ireland 225-8 (50.0 overs, G Kennedy 37*, H Tector 36, N Rock 35, Qais Ahmed 3-32, Wafadar 3-50)
    Afghanistan 221 (49.2 overs, Bahir Shah 34, Tariq Stanikzai 33, H Tector 3-37, J Little 2-40)
  • U19 World Cup, Group D
    Sri Lanka (0) lost to Pakistan (2) by 3 wickets.
    Cobham Oval, Whangerei, 19 January.
    Sri Lanka 188 (48.2 overs, J Daniel 53, K Bandars 37, S Shafqat 3-29, Shaheen Afridi 2-41)
    Pakistan 190-7 (43.3 overs, A Asif 59, Zaid Alam 28, T Rashmuka 3-47)
  • U19 World Cup, Group D
    Afghanistan (2) beat Sri Lanka (0) by 32 runs.
    Whangarei, 17 January.
    Afghanistan 284-7 (50.0 overs, Ibrahim Zadran 86, Darwish Rasooli 63, Ikram Ali Khil 55, T Rahmika 2-64, LN Malinga 2-56)
    Sri Lanka 202 (37.3 overs, JKC Daniel 48, KSW Arachhchige 41, KNA Bandara 38, Naveen -ul-Haq 4-35, Azmatullah Omarzai 2-37, Qais Ahmad 2-37)
    DLS Method: par score 234 in 38 overs.
  • U19 World Cup, Group D
    Pakistan (2) beat Ireland (0) by 9 wickets.
    Whangarei, 16 January.
    Ireland 97 (28.5 overs, Shaheen Afridi 6-15, Hasan Khan 3-16)
    Pakistan 98-1 (8.5 overs, Zaid Alam 43*, Hasan Khan 27*)
  • U19 World Cup, Group D
    Ireland (0) lost to Sri Lanka (2) by 7 wickets.
    Whangarei, 14 January.
    Ireland 207-8 (48.0 overs, J Grassi 75, M Donegan 36, K Mendis 3-35)
    Sri Lanka 208-3 (37.3 overs, L Lakshan 101*, K Mendis 74*, A Cawley 2-26)
  • U19 World Cup, Group D
    Afghanistan (2) beat Pakistan (0) by 5 wickets.
    Whangarei, 13 January.
    Pakistan 188 (47.4 overs, Rohail Nazir 81, Azmatullah Omarzai 3-34, Qais Ahmad 3-38)
    Afghanistan 194-5 (47.3 overs, Darwish Rasool 76*, Ikram Ali 46)
Warmup Matches
Scorecard England beat Ireland by 125 runs, 9 January.