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Results
Super League
  • Group 1
    • West Indies 155-9 (50 overs) lost to India 157-2 (27.3 overs) by 8 wickets
    • Pakistan 184 (50 overs) beat Sri Lanka 179 (48.5 overs) by 5 runs
    • Sri Lanka 195 (49.4 overs) lost to India 197-4 (34.4 overs) by 6 wickets
    • Pakistan 162 (47.2 overs) lost to West Indies 166-4 (45.0 overs) by 6 wickets
    • India 181 (48.5 overs) lost to Pakistan 184-8 (43.4 overs) by 2 wickets
    • West Indies 202 (47.5 overs) beat Sri Lanka 140 (47.0 overs) by 62 runs
    • India 10, West Indies 9, Pakistan 8, Sri Lanka 0
  • Group 2
    • South Africa 236-8 (50 overs) lost to Australia 237-5 (46.4 overs) by 5 wickets
    • New Zealand 205 (49.4 overs) beat England 202-8 (50 overs) by 2 runs
    • South Africa 241-7 (50 overs) beat New Zealand 217 (48.1 overs) by 24 runs
    • Australia 281-5 (50 overs) beat England 165 (45.2 overs) by 116 runs
    • New Zealand 194 (46.3 overs) lost to Australia 196-3 (39.3 overs) by 7 wickets
    • South Africa 212-5 (50 overs) beat England 197 (40.0 overs) by 15 runs
    • Australia 14, South Africa 8, New Zealand 4, England 0
  • Semi-Finals
    • South Africa 268-5 (50 overs) beat India 156 (37.4 overs) by 112 runs
    • Australia 252-8 (50 overs) beat West Indies 159 (40.0 overs) by 93 runs
  • Final
    • Australia v South Africa, 9 February, at Lincoln
Plate Championship
  • Group 1
    • Papua New Guinea 75 (22.5 overs) lost to Bangladesh 76-1 (18.1 overs) by 9 wickets
    • Zimbabwe 291-7 (50 overs) beat Kenya 80 (31.3 overs) by 211 runs
    • Kenya 175-8 (50 overs) lost to Bangladesh 176-1 (37.4 overs) by 6 wickets
    • Zimbabwe 207 (48.2 overs) beat Papua New Guinea 141 (45.4 overs) by 66 runs
    • Bangladesh 91 (42.5 overs) lost to Zimbabwe 94-1 (14.2 overs) by 9 wickets
    • Kenya 236-8 (50 overs) beat Papua New Guinea 211 (46.4 overs) by 25 runs
    • Zimbabwe 15, Bangladesh 10, Kenya 4, Papua New Guinea 0
  • Group 2
    • Canada 102 (46.4 overs) lost to Nepal 104-1 (22.3 overs) by 9 wickets
    • Scorecard Scotland 234-4 (50 overs) lost to Namibia 237-6 (43.3 overs) by 4 wickets
    • Nepal 137 (49.2 overs) beat Namibia 127 (48.4 overs) by 10 runs
    • Scorecard Canada 157 (48.0 overs) lost to Scotland 161-3 (36.5 overs) by 7 wickets
    • Scorecard Nepal 205-5 (50 overs) beat Scotland 157 (35.2 overs) by 48 runs
    • Namibia 226 (46.0 overs) beat Canada 85 (34.4 overs) by 141 runs
    • Nepal 14, Namibia 8, Scotland 5, Canada 0
  • Semi Finals
    • Zimbabwe 228 (50 overs) beat Namibia 193 (49.5 overs) by 35 runs
    • Nepal 180-6 (50 overs) beat Bangladesh 157 (47.3 overs) by 23 runs
  • Final
    • Zimbabwe 247-1 (50 overs) beat Nepal 110 (35.4 overs) by 137 runs
Preliminary Round
  • Group A
    • South Africa 252-4 (50 overs) beat Bangladesh 142 (46.2 overs) by 110 runs
    • India 356-5 (50 overs) beat Canada 114 (40.2 overs) by 242 runs
    • Bangladesh 213-7 (50 overs) tied with Canada 213-9 (50 Overs)
    • India 227-8 (50 overs) beat South Africa 156 (43.3 overs) by 71 runs
    • India 77 (32.4 overs) lost to Bangladesh 78-8 (32.2 overs) by 2 wickets
    • Canada 41 (28.4 overs) lost to South Africa 42-0 (8.2 overs) by 10 wickets
    • India 10, South Africa 10, Bangladesh 7, Canada 2

  • Group B
    • Sri Lanka 85-2 (19.5 overs) v New Zealand - no result
    • Namibia 111 (29.2 overs) lost to Zimbabwe 113-1 (19.2 overs) by 9 wickets
    • Zimbabwe 71 (36.2 overs) lost to New Zealand 72-4 (10.3 overs) by 6 wickets
    • Sri Lanka 141 (40.5 overs) lost to Namibia 142-6 (44.3 overs) by 4 wickets
    • Namibia 201-5 (50 overs) lost to New Zealand 203-4 (36.5 overs) by 6 wickets
    • Sri Lanka 206-9 (50 overs) beat Zimbabwe 143 (44.2 overs) by 63 runs
    • New Zealand 12, Sri Lanka 7, Zimbabwe 5, Namibia 4

  • Group C
    • Papua New Guinea 53 (17.5 overs) lost to Pakistan 54-2 (10.5 overs) by 8 wickets
    • England 204-6 (50 overs) beat Nepal 167 (49.2 overs) by 37 runs
    • Nepal 151 (48.5 overs) beat Pakistan 121 (45.5 overs) by 30 runs
    • Papua New Guinea 222-6 (50 overs) lost to England 223-4 (28.0 overs) by 6 wickets
    • England 182 (48.1 overs) lost to Pakistan 183-4 (44.4 overs) by 6 wickets
    • Nepal 177 (48.3 overs) beat Papua New Guinea 112 (43.5 overs) by 65 runs
    • Pakistan 9, England 9, Nepal 9, Papua New Guinea 0

  • Group D
    • Australia 480-6 (50 overs) beat Kenya 50 (21.0 overs) by 430 runs
    • Scorecard West Indies 402-3 (50 overs) beat Scotland 101 (38.3 overs) by 301 runs
    • Scorecard Kenya 113-5 (34.3 overs) lost to Scotland 125-5 (25 overs) onD/L method
    • Australia 200 (49.2 overs) beat West Indies 158 (44.5 overs) by 42 runs
    • Kenya 114 (49.3 overs) lost to West Indies 115-1 (21 overs) by 9 wickets
    • Scorecard Australia 335-5 (50 overs) beat Scotland 106 (34.2 overs) by 229 runs
    • Australia 15, West Indies 10, Scotland 4, Kenya 0

Scotland Squad
Robert More
Heriot's FP, captain
LHB
Opening batsman. Law student at Edinburgh University. In third season of Under 19 cricket. Made his debut for Scotland A in 2000. Was a member of the full Scottish party in 2000 on a pre-season tour to Namibia.
Kyle Coetzer
Stoneywood-Dyce
RHB, RMF
Younger brother of Stuart. Played for Scotland Under 17 and Under 19 and made his debut for Scotland A in 2000.
Alisdair Eccles
Stirling County
RHB
Opening batsman and occasional wicket-keeper. Another member of the successful European Under 17 squad from 2000.
Steven Gilmour
West of Scoland
RHB, OB
Another experienced member of the squad having been in Belfast in 1999 and Oundle in 2000. Made his debut for the full Scotland team in 2001 and is studying Sports Science at Edinburgh University.
Harmanjit Singh
East Kilbride
RFM, RHB
A member of the squad for the past two years. Made his debut for the full Scotland side in 2001.
John Gray
Arbroath
RMF, RHB
Made his Scotland A debut against Durham CCC in 2001, taking 4 wickets.
Stewart Leggat
Ferguslie
OB, RHB
Stewart is in his first season with the Scottish squad and has risen to prominence with a series of tight bowling displays. Is studying for a degree in Physical Education at Edinburgh University.
Brendan McKerchar
Carlton
RM, RHB
Player of the tournament in the 2000 Under 17 European Championships in Dublin. Represented Scotland at youth level in rugby.
Zaheer Mohammed
Drumpellier
LHB, RM
Zaheer first played for the Scotland Under 19 side in 2000 and his runs in the middle order proved invaluable. Uses his own unique style of fielding to great effect.
Moneeb Iqbal
West of Scotland
RHB, LB
The leg spinner is the youngest member of squad, having played Under 15 cricket last season.
Qasim Sheikh
Clydesdale
LHB, LM
The youngest member of the squad. Qasim represented Scotland's Under 15 side in Holland last year where he was chosen as all-rounder of the tournament.
Chris West
Aberdeenshire
RFM, RHB
From his 6'8" frame he can generate both pace and bounce. He took career best figures of 6-33 in 2001.
Stuart Coetzer
Stoneywood-Dyce
RHB, Wicketkeeper
Right hand middle order bat and wicket-keeper. The elder of the Coetzer brothers, Stuart is now in his second season with the Under 19 squad. Is currently doing a degree in engineering at Aberdeen University.
Stewart Murray
Ferguslie
RHB
A promising top order batsman who represented Scotland at Under 17 level last season.
Mike Hendrick Mike Hendrick
(Manager)
SCU National Coach with responsibility for the Development of Excellence programme. Professional cricketer 1968-84 with Derbyshire CCC and Notts CCC. Capped 30 times for England 1974-81.
Willie Morton
(Coach)
A slow left-arm bowler who was capped 16 times for Scotland from 1982-90. Played professionally with Warwickshire CCC 1984-86. Now head groundsman at George Watson's College, Edinburgh. Willie has been involved with Scottish Under 19 squads since 1998. An ECB Level III Coach.
Nicky Smith Nicky Smith
(Phsiotherapist)
Very experienced physiotherapist, having worked with a wide variety of sports including athletics, soccer, judo and basketball as well as cricket. Appointed physio to the Scotland Senior cricket team for their 2001 tour of Namibia. Holds Masters Degree from University College London as well as BSc Degree from the University of Texas. Represented Scotland and Great Britain at basketball.