- Scorecard Pakistan 109 beat India 71 by 38 runs
- Scorecard India 292-4 beat England 58 by 234 runs
- Scorecard Pakistan 287-9 beat Australia 124 by 163 runs
- Scorecard Bangladesh 278-8 beat Sri Lanka 180 by 98 runs
- Scorecard West Indies 161 lost to Bangladesh 162-6 by 4 wickets
- Scorecard Zimbabwe 256-8 lost to Sri Lanka 259-2 by 8 wickets
- Scorecard Bangladesh lost to England by 5 wickets
- Scorecard India beat West Indies by 126 runs
- Scorecard Zimbabwe lost to Pakistan by 5 wickets
- Scorecard Sri Lanka lost to Australia by 9 wickets
- Scorecard New Zealand 204 lost to to Nepal 205-9 by 1 wicket
- Scorecard New Zealand 295-8 beat USA 125 by 170 runs
- Scorecard Nepal 214-8 beat South Africa 212-5 by 2 runs
- Scorecard Uganda 165-8 lost to Ireland 166-4 by 6 wickets
- Scorecard Namibia 115 lost to Ireland 116-4 by 6 wickets
- Scorecard Uganda 214-9 beat Scotland 145 by 69 runs
- Scorecard Ireland 304-9 lost to New Zealand 305-7 by 3 wickets
- Scorecard South Africa 337-8 beat Scotland 152 by 185 runs
- Scorecard Namibia 219-8 lost to USA 220-8 by 2 wickets
- Scorecard Nepal 192-9 beat Uganda 132 by 70 runs
Results: Group A
- Scorecard New Zealand lost to Bangladesh by 3 wickets.
- Scorecard Uganda 74 lost to Pakistan 75-2 by 8 wickets
- Scorecard New Zealand 259-6 beat Uganda 137 by 122 runs
- Scorecard Pakistan 170 lost to Bangladesh 171-6 by 4 wickets
- Scorecard Bangladesh 255 beat Uganda 84 by 171 runs
- Scorecard New Zealand 77 lost to Pakistan 78-2 by 8 wickets
P W T L NR Pts Bangladesh 3 3 0 0 0 6 Pakistan 3 2 0 1 0 4 New Zealand 3 1 0 2 0 2 Uganda 3 0 0 3 0 0
Results: Group B
- Scorecard Australia beat South Africa by 175 runs.
- Scorecard West Indies 302-7 beat USA 215 by 87 runs
- Scorecard South Africa 277-8 beat USA 115 by 162 runs
- Scorecard Australia 251 beat West Indies 238 by 13 runs
- Scorecard USA 148 lost to Australia 149-6 by 4 wickets
- Scorecard South Africa 213-8 lost to West Indies 218-3 by 7 wickets
P W T L NR Pts Australia 3 3 0 0 0 6 West Indies 3 2 0 1 0 4 South Africa 3 1 0 2 0 2 USA 3 0 0 3 0 0
Results: Group C
- Scorecard Scotland lost to Sri Lanka by 4 wickets.
- Scorecard Namibia 170 lost to India 173-1 by 9 wickets
- Scorecard Sri Lanka 263-8 beat Namibia 126 by 137 runs
- Scorecard Scotland 112 lost to India 115-2 by 8 wickets
- Scorecard Scotland 156 lost to Namibia 160-3 by 7 wickets
- Scorecard Sri Lanka 207 lost to India 209-6 by 4 wickets
P W T L NR Pts India 3 3 0 0 0 6 Sri Lanka 3 2 0 1 0 4 Namibia 3 1 0 2 0 2 Scotland 3 0 0 3 0 0
Results: Group D
- Scorecard Zimbabwe beat Ireland 97 by 118 runs.
- Scorecard England 209-9 beat Nepal 132 by 77 runs
- Scorecard Zimbabwe 201 beat Nepal 199 by 2 runs
- Scorecard England 214 beat Ireland 210 by 4 runs
- Scorecard Nepal 234-8 beat Ireland 174 by 60 runs
- Scorecard England 172 lost to Zimbabwe 175-8 by 2 wickets
P W T L NR Pts Zimbabwe 3 3 0 0 0 6 England 3 2 0 1 0 4 Nepal 3 1 0 2 0 2 Ireland 3 0 0 3 0 0
Results: Warmup Matches
- 1 February
- 2 February
- 3 February
- Ireland coach Brian O'Rourke reflects on the Irish practice matches and looks ahead to the competition.
- Ireland manager Brian Walsh, coach Brian O'Rourke and captain Eoin Morgan ahead of the opening matches.
- Ireland Coach Adrian Birrell's view of Ireland v Namibia.
- Irish coach Brian O'Rourke on Ireland's first win.
- James Hall on Ireland's win over Namibia.
- Brian O'Rourke on Ireland's preparations to play New Zealand.
- New Zealand hero Tim Southee on his big hitting innings against Ireland.
- Irish Coach Adrian Birrell on Ireland v New Zealand.
- Eoin Morgan on Ireland's heartbreaking loss to New Zealand.
- Andrew Poynter on how he came to play for Ireland.
- Irish captain Eoin Morgan on the defeat by Nepal.
- Adrian Birrell on a disappointing Irish performance against Nepal.
- Irish coach Brian O'Rourke on prospects for the clash with England.
- England manager John Abrahams' views on England's victory over Ireland.
- Adrian Birrell - "we let it slip in the middle overs".
- England captain Moeen Ali on how his team scraped home against Ireland.
- Scotland coach Peter Drinnen on his side's narrow defeat by Ireland in a warm-up match.
- Zimbabwe captain Sean Williams on his side's victory over Ireland.
- Ireland opening bowler Neil Gill on the defeat by Zimbabwe.
- Ireland's Gary Wilson - international wicketkeeper turned star fielder.
- Ireland in Sri Lanka, Day 1
- Ireland in Sri Lanka, Day 2
- Media Session 1
- Ireland in Sri Lanka, Day 4
- Ireland v Scotland (warmup)
- Ireland v Uganda (warm up)
- Friday In Sri Lanka
- Opening Ceremony and Sri Lankan Independence Day
- Scotland v Sri Lanka
- Ireland v Zimbabwe
- Ireland v England
- Ireland v Nepal
- Ireland at practice
- Ireland v New Zealand
- Ireland v Namibia
- Ireland v Uganda
Ireland end on a high ()
Ireland ended the Under 19 Cricket World Cup with a second successive win, this time against Uganda.
Scotland end without a win ()
All-rounder Patrick Ochan helped Uganda to their first victory of the Under 19 Cricket World Cup and sent Scotland home without a win.
Ireland win at last ()
Barry Chambers reports from Colombo on Ireland's 6 wicket win against Namibia
Drinnen left frustrated at Scotland failings ()
Frustrated Scotland coach Peter Drinnen was left scratching his head after another under-par performance saw his side hammered by South Africa.
Heat and Southee too much for Ireland ()
James Fitzgerald witnessed New Zealander Tim Southee's display of hitting dash Ireland's hopes in the Under 19 World Cup Plate Championship quarter-final.
Ireland go flat in defeat by Nepal ()
Ireland were unable to repeat their level of performance against England in going down by 60 runs to Nepal.
Scotland heavily defeated by Namibia ()
Scotland lost their third successive group match as they went down by 7 wickets to Namibia.
India in cruise control ()
India crushed a disappointing Scotland by eight wickets with 31 overs in hand in the Under 19 World Cup group match.
England scrape home against Ireland ()
Ireland fail by just four runs to match an England total of 214 in Colombo.
Ireland collapsed spectacularly ()
James Fitzgerald reflects on Ireland's defeat by Zimbabwe in their opening match.
Scotland give Sri Lanka a fright ()
Sri Lanka got the fright of their lives before seeing off Scotland by four wickets on the opening day of the Under 19 World Cup on Sunday.
Ireland brought down to earth by Uganda ()
Ireland's Under 19s were defeated by 41 runs in their final warm up game against Uganda
Under 19 World Cup practice matches ()
A roundup of the first series of official practice matches in Colombo, with Ireland scraping home against Scotland.
Ireland warm up with victory over Scots ()
Ireland got off to a winning start in their warm up game against fellow European qualifiers Scotland in Sri Lanka.