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Under 19 World Cup 2010 (New Zealand)
Results
Championship Play-offs
  • Final
    • Australia beat Pakistan by 25 runs.
      Queenstown, 30 January.
      Australia 207-9 (50 overs, K Richardson 44, T Armstrong 37, J Floros 35, Sarmad Bhatti 3-33)
      Pakistan 182 (46.4 overs, Azeem Ghumman 41, Ahmad Shahzad 36, j Hazlewood 4-30, L Doran 3-32)
  • 3rd-4th Place
    • Sri Lanka lost to West Indies by 4 wickets.
      Queen Elizabeth II Park, Christchurch, 29 January.
      Sri Lanka 291-6 (50.0 overs, DDM Rajakaruna 94, MDUS Jayasundera 77, PBB Rajapaksa 43*)
      West Indies 294-6 (48.3 overs, J Campbell 77, Y Cariah 110*, J Blackwood 41, KPCM Peiris 3-38)
  • Semi-Finals
    • West Indies lost to Pakistan by 4 wickets.
      Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln, 25 January.
      West Indies 212-8 (50.0 overs, KC Brathwaite 85, AS Creary 41, S Dowrich 55)
      Pakistan 213-6 (48.3 overs, Rameez Aziz 39, Hammad Azam 92*)
    • Sri Lanka lost to Australia by 2 wickets.
      Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln, 27 January.
      Sri Lanka 205 (48.2 overs, KDK Vithanage 40, A Fernando 52, KPCM Peiris 39, JR Hazlewood 4-36)
      Australia 206-8 (48.3 overs, MR Marsh 98, TIF Triffitt 50, WMC Jayapathi 3-34)
  • 5th-8th Place
    • Semi-Final: England lost to India by 7 wickets.
      Hagley Park, Christchurch, 25 January.
      England 176 (49.2 overs, JC Buttler 78, A Menaria 4-35)
      India 179-3 (36.4 overs, A Reddy 94)
    • Semi-Final: South Africa beat New Zealand by 9 wickets.
      Lincoln No. 3 Ground, 25 January.
      New Zealand 250 (49.4 overs, JDS Neesham 64, CJ Anderson 64, KO Wernars 3-42)
      South Africa 252-1 (48.1 overs, JR Richards 67, DA Hendricks 107*, DJ White 72*)
    • 7th-8th Place: England lost to New Zealand by 2 wickets.
      Queen Elizabeth II Park, Christchurch, 26 January.
      England 228-9 (50.0 overs, JK Manuel 43, BM Wheeler 3-45, TG Johnston 3-40)
      New Zealand 229-8 (49.4 overs, C Cachopa 64, CJ Anderson 50, LV van Beek 51*, MP Dunn 3-37, NL Buck 3-65)
    • 5th-6th Place: India lost to South Africa by 6 wickets.
      Lincoln No. 3 Ground, 27 January.
      India 235-9 (50.0 overs, HS Bhatia 56, Zahid Ali 98, GI Hume 3-31, SF Mofokeng 3-44)
      South Africa 237-4 (38.5 overs, DA Hendricks 63, DJ White 77, CN Ackermann 52*)
  • Quarter-Finals
    • England lost to West Indies by 18 runs.
      Mainpower Oval, Rangiora, 23 January.
      West Indies 166 (34.4 overs, KC Brathwaite 69, AS Creary 52, DA Payne 4-19, BA Stokes 3-29)
      England 148 (33.1 overs, JO Holder 5-19)
    • Pakistan beat India by 2 wickets.
      Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln, 23 January.
      India 114-9 (23.0 overs, Mandeep Singh 40, Fayyaz Butt 4-27, Raza Hassan 3-26)
      Pakistan 117-8 (22.3 overs)
    • South Africa (0) lost to Sri Lanka (2) by 146 runs.
      Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln, 24 January.
      Sri Lanka 293-8 (50.0 overs, PBB Rajapaksa 79, MLR Buddika 42, KDK Vithanage 45)
      South Africa 145 (36.4 overs, JR Richards 43, WMC Jayampathi 4-31)
      DL Method: par score 291 in 49 overs.
    • New Zealand lost to Australia by 62 runs.
      Mainpower Oval, Rangiora, 24 January.
      Australia 232-8 (50.0 overs, NJ Maddinson 37, MR Marsh 53, TJ Armstrong 39)
      New Zealand 170 (43.2 overs)
Plate Championship Play-offs
  • Final
    • Scorecard Bangladesh beat Ireland by 195 runs.
      McLean Park, Napier, 28 January.
      Bangladesh 307-8 (50.0 overs, Muminul Showrav 81, Mahmudul Hasan 52, Shabbir Rahman 47, A Balbirnie 4-59)
      Ireland 112 (38.5 overs, Alauddin Babu 3-33, Kamrul Islam 3-21)
  • 3rd-4th Place
    • Papua New Guinea lost to Canada by 2 wickets.
      Nelson Park, Napier, 28 January.
      Papua New Guinea 145 (47.1 overs, H Siaka 50, P Desai 3-23, NR Kumar 3-23)
      Canada 146-8 (49.1 overs, NR Kumar 38)
  • Semi-Finals
    • Bangladesh beat Papua New Guinea by 168 runs.
      Fitzherbert Park, Palmerston North, 26 January.
      Bangladesh 253 (49.4 overs, Saikat Ali 61, Tasamul Hoque 43, Nur Hossain 66)
      Papua New Guinea 85 (32.5 overs, Nur Hossain 4-11)
    • Scorecard Canada v Ireland - no result.
      Fitzherbert Park, Palmerston North, 25 January.
  • 13th-16th Place
    • Semi-Final: Hong Kong beat Afghanistan by 4 wickets.
      McLean Park, Napier, 25 January.
      Afghanistan 151-5 (32.0 overs, Noor-ul-Haq 61)
      Hong Kong 153-6 (30.1 overs, Irfan Ahmed 68, Waqas Barkat 57*, Aftab Alam 4-31)
    • Semi-Final: USA lost to Zimbabwe by 5 wickets.
      Nelson Park, Napier, 25 January.
      USA 115 (33.1 overs, GR Sewdial 35, N Waller 3-42, N Mushangwe 3-14)
      Zimbabwe 119-5 (29.0 overs, CT Mutombodzi 39)
    • 13th-14th Place: Hong Kong lost to Zimbabwe by 137 runs.
      Nelson Park, Napier, 27 January.
      Zimbabwe 235-8 (50.0 overs, A Lindsay 43, PJ Moor 46, SM Mugava 38*, M Tucker 3-32)
      Hong Kong 98 (36.4 overs, N Mushangwe 4-18)
    • 15th-16thth Place: Afghanistan lost to USA by 9 wickets.
      McLean Park, Napier, 27 January.
      Afghanistan 85 (32.2 overs, H Shahid 3-18, Saqeeb Salim 3-20)
      USA 87-1 (14.2 overs)
  • Quarter-Finals
    • Canada v USA - no result.
      McLean Park, Napier, 23 January.
      USA 13-0 (3.0 overs)
    • Scorecard Ireland beat Zimbabwe by 7 wickets.
      Nelson Park, Napier, 23 January.
      Zimbabwe 102 (26.2 overs, CA Young 4-14)
      Ireland 110-3 (20.2 overs, PR Stirling 65)
      DL Method: par score 109 in 27 overs.
    • Bangladesh beat Hong Kong by 4 wickets.
      McLean Park, Napier, 24 January.
      Hong Kong 156 (49.0 overs, Nizakat Khan 56*, Shaker Ahmed 4-26)
      Bangladesh 157-6 (40.4 overs, Muminul Showrav 35)
    • Afghanistan lost to Papua New Guinea by 30 runs.
      Nelson Park, Napier, 24 January.
      Papua New Guinea 173-9 (50.0 overs, S Bau 43, S Eno 55*, Aftab Alam 6-33, Ayub Khan 3-27)
      Afghanistan 143 (37.3 overs, Khushal Rasooli 48, RC Haoda 5-34, JB Reva 3-34)
Group A
                    P   W  NR   L   Pts     NRR
England             3   3   0   0     6    1.77
India               3   2   0   1     4    1.09
Afghanistan         3   1   0   2     2   -0.88
Hong Kong           3   0   0   3     0   -2.10
  • England (2) beat India (0) by 31 runs.
    Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln, 20 January.
    England 246-8 (50.0 overs, A Javid 42, BA Stokes 100, SN Netravalkar 3-25)
    India 215 (46.4 overs, M Sharma 36, SM Shaikh 45, DA Payne 3-31)
  • Afghanistan (2) beat Hong Kong (0) by 8 wickets.
    Hagley Oval, Christchurch, 19 January.
    Hong Kong 137 (35.1 overs, A Gadhia 46, Zakiullah Zak 5-34)
    Afghanistan 141-2 (32.0 overs, Javed Ahmadi 90*)
  • England (2) beat Afghanistan (0) by 9 wickets.
    Queen Elizabeth II Park, Christchurch, 18 January.
    Afghanistan 126 (47.2 overs, Hashmat Shaidi 41, NL Buck 3-18, DR Briggs 3-15)
    England 127-1 (25.5 overs, CDJ Dent 53*, JM Vince 47*)
  • India (2) beat Hong Kong (0) by 9 wickets.
    Hagley Oval, Christchurch, 17 January.
    Hong Kong 143 (33.5 overs, JJ Atkinson 39, S Sharma 3-11, G Jathar 3-37)
    India 147-1 (24.0 overs, KL Rahul 62*, M Agarwal 63)
  • England (2) beat Hong Kong (0) by 9 wickets.
    Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln, 16 January.
    Hong Kong 185 (48.5 overs, Nizakat Khan 65, DA Payne 3-24)
    England 186-1 (30.1 overs, JE Root 70*, JM Vince 76*)
  • India (2) beat Afghanistan (0) by 8 wickets.
    Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln, 15 January.
    Afghanistan 118 (49.2 overs, Noor-ul-Haq 61)
    India 122-2 (25.2 overs, KL Rahul 35, Mandeep Singh 51*)
Group B
                    P   W  NR   L   Pts     NRR
South Africa        3   3   0   0     4    0.80
Australia           3   2   0   1     4    2.09
Ireland             3   1   0   2     2   -1.48
USA                 3   0   0   3     0   -1.45
  • South Africa (2) beat Australia (0) by 2 wickets.
    Queenstown Events Centre, 20 January.
    Australia 276-7 (50.0 overs, AR Keath 64, JS Floros 96, TJ Armstrong 48, GI Hume 3-35)
    South Africa 278-8 (49.4 overs, DA Hendricks 94, KW Richardson 3-49, AR Keath 3-34)
  • Scorecard Ireland (2) beat USA (0) by 5 wickets.
    Queenstown Events Centre, 19 January.
    USA 217 (48.1 overs, SR Taylor 57, S Saleem 62, CA Young 3-50, LT Nelson 3-3)
    Ireland 218-5 (43.4 overs, PR Stirling 114, GF McDonnell 35*, RG Corns 3-46)
  • South Africa (2) beat USA (0) by 8 wickets.
    Queenstown Events Centre, 18 January.
    USA 163 (49.5 overs, GR Sewdial 41, GI Hume 3-29, DR Deeb 3-23)
    South Africa 166-2 (35.1 overs, DA Hendricks 75*, CN Ackermann 64*)
  • Scorecard Australia (2) beat Ireland (0) by 209 runs.
    Queenstown Events Centre, 17 January.
    Australia 274-5 (50.0 overs, TM Beaton 53, AR Keath 88, TJ Armstrong 73*)
    Ireland 65 (24.2 overs, KW Richardson 3-23, ND Buchanan 4-16)
  • Australia (2) beat USA (0) by 108 runs.
    Queenstown Events Centre, 16 January.
    Australia 262 (49.3 overs, TM Beaton 73, TJ Amstrong 39)
    USA 154 (41.2 overs, A Mohammed 70, JR Hazlewood 3-46, AC McDermott 4-29, A Zampa 3-21)
  • Scorecard South Africa (2) beat Ireland (0) by 5 wickets.
    Queenstown Events Centre, 15 January.
    Ireland 216-6 (50.0 overs, B Ackland 66, LT Nelson 55)
    South Africa 220-5 (43.4 overs, DA Hendricks 47, S Smith 67*)
Group C
                    P   W  NR   L   Pts     NRR
New Zealand         3   3   0   0     6    2.24
Sri Lanka           3   2   0   1     4    1.17
Canada              3   1   0   2     2   -1.87
Zimbabwe            3   0   0   3     0   -1.30
  • New Zealand (2) beat Sri Lanka (0) by 7 wickets.
    Queen Elizabeth II Park, Christchurch, 20 January.
    Sri Lanka 195 (49.1 overs, MLR Buddika 39, KDK Vithanage 35, MD Gunathilleke 69, LV van Beek 3-49, TG Johnston 3-32)
    New Zealand 196-3 (43.2 overs, HKP Boam 85*, JDS Neesham 47)
  • New Zealand (2) beat Zimbabwe (0) by 8 wickets.
    Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln, 19 January.
    Zimbabwe 135 (42.2 overs, TG Johnston 3-37)
    New Zealand 140-3 (25.3 overs, HKP Boam 58, TWM Latham 57*)
  • Sri Lanka (2) beat Canada (0) by 134 runs.
    Lincoln No. 3 Ground, 18 January.
    Sri Lanka 276-6 (50.0 overs, MDUS Jayasundera 43, PBB Rajapaksa 68, MAP Fernando 43*, H Patel 3-45)
    Canada 142 (39.3 overs, H Patel 69, KPCM Peiris 5-25)
  • Sri Lanka (2) beat Zimbabwe (0) by 8 wickets.
    Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln, 17 January.
    Zimbabwe 121 (33.3 overs, CR Mutombodzi 42*, KPCM Peiris 3-14, WMC Jayampathi 4-26)
    Sri Lanka 122-2 (24.2 overs, PBB Rajapaksa 49*)
  • New Zealand (2) beat Canada (0) by 9 wickets.
    Lincoln No. 3 Ground, 16 January.
    Canada 128 (29.3 overs, DAJ Bracewell 3-31, LV van Beek 3-27)
    New Zealand 130-1 (19.1 overs, TWM Latham 41, JDS Neesham 47*)
  • Zimbabwe (0) lost to Canada (2) by 10 runs.
    Queen Elizabeth II Park, Christchurch, 15 January.
    Canada 201-7 (50.0 overs, Usman Limbada 90)
    Zimbabwe 191 (49.4 overs, D Mazhawidza 75, A Lindsay 40, Zain Mahmood 3-31)
Group D
                    P   W  NR   L   Pts     NRR
Pakistan            3   3   0   0     6    1.45
West Indies         3   2   0   1     4    0.24
Bangladesh          3   1   0   2     2    0.69
Papua New Guinea    3   0   0   3     0   -2.64
  • Pakistan (2) beat Bangladesh (0) by 4 wickets.
    Fitzherbert Park, Palmerston North, 20 January.
    Bangladesh 250 (50.0 overs, Anamul Haque 55, Amit Majumder 36, Mahmudul Hasan 63)
    Pakistan 251-6 (49.5 overs, Ahmad Shahzad 52, Mohammad Babar 91)
  • West Indies (2) beat Papua New Guinea (0) by 5 wickets.
    Fitzherbert Park, Palmerston North, 19 January.
    Papua New Guinea 187 (50.0 overs, S Bau 50, T Cariah 4-37)
    West Indies 188-5 (35.4 overs, KC Brathwaite 82, S Dowrich 84*, RC Haoda 3-37)
  • Pakistan (2) beat Papua New Guinea (0) by 6 wickets.
    Fitzherbert Park, Palmerston North, 18 January.
    Papua New Guinea 99 (37.3 overs, Usman Qadir 4-35)
    Pakistan 100-4 (18.1 overs, Mohammad Babar 40*, Azeem Ghumman 40)
  • Bangladesh (0) lost to West Indies (2) by 1 run.
    Fitzherbert Park, Palmerston North, 17 January.
    West Indies 249-8 (50.0 overs, AS Creary 55, Y Cariah 44, J Blackwood 48)
    Bangladesh 248 (49.4 overs, Shabbir Rahman 53, Tasamul Hoque 54, A Dewar 3-63)
  • Bangladesh (2) beat Papua New Guinea (0) by 5 wickets.
    Fitzherbert Park, Palmerston North, 16 January.
    Papua New Guinea 191-9 (46.0 overs, TP Ura 68, J Kila 41, Hasan Raju 4-22)
    Bangladesh 190-5 (27.2 overs, Anamul Haque 36, Mahmudul Hasan 38, Shabbir Rahman 51*)
    DL Method: par score 188 in 46 overs.
  • Pakistan (2) beat West Indies (0) by 40 runs.
    Fitzherbert Park, Palmerston North, 15 January.
    Pakistan 297-7 (50.0 overs, Mohammad Babar 129, Azeem Ghumman 49, J Warrican 3-63)
    West Indies 257 (46.5 overs, KC Brathwaite 91*, T Griffiths 84, Ahmed Shahzad 3-43)