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Final

  • India beat Australia by 6 wickets.
    Tony Ireland Stadium, Townsville, 26 August.
    Australia 225-8 (50 overs, W Bosisto 87*, A Turner 43, T Head 37, S Sharma 4-54)
    India 227-4 (47.4 overs, U Chand 111*, S Patel 62*)

3rd-4th Place

  • South Africa beat New Zealand by 8 wickets.
    Endeavour Park, Townsville, 25 August.
    New Zealand 90 (36.5 overs, D Rhoda 4-26, C Savage 3-14)
    South Africa 94-2 (14.4 overs, Q de Kock 50*)

Semi-finals

  • Australia beat South Africa by 4 wickets.
    Tony Ireland Stadium, Townsville, 21 August.
    South Africa 191-8 (50 overs, M Coetzee 50, Ch Bowes 46, M Steketee 3-35)
    Australia 193 -6 (48.3 overs, C Bancroft 66, K Patterson 49, W Bosisto 40, L Williams 3-40)
  • India beat New Zealand by 9 runs.
    Tony Ireland Stadium, Townsville, 23 August.
    India 209-9 (50 overs, P Chopra 52, B Aparajith 44, B Horne 3-28)
    New Zealand 200-9 (50 overs, C Fletcher 53)

5th-6th Place

  • England beat West Indies by 13 runs.
    Endeavour Park, Townsville, 24 August.
    England 241-9 (50 overs, S Wood 104, J Greaves 3-38)
    West Indies 228 (48.3 overs, J Campbell 105, R Topley 3-39)

7th-8th Place

  • Bangladesh beat Pakistan by 5 wickets.
    Endeavour Park, Townsville, 24 August.
    Pakistan 235-8 (50 overs, Mohammad Nawaz 82, Shahid Ilyas 44, Faraz Ali 43, Taskin Ahmed 3-80)
    Bangladesh 239-5 (46.2 overs, Anamul Haque 128, Litton Das 53)

5th-8th Place Semi-Finals

  • England beat Bangladesh by 4 wickets.
    Endeavour Park, Townsville, 21 August.
    Bangladesh 217-7 (50 overs, L Das 102, Anamul Haque 56, R Topley 5-32)
    England 218-6 (48.2 overs, B Foakes 47, S Wood 46)
  • West Indies beat Pakistan by 16 runs.
    Endeavour Park, Townsville, 22 August.
    West Indies 182 (49 overs, K Brathwaite 39, S Katwaroo 35, Mir Hamza 3-44)
    Pakistan 166 (48.3 overs, Babar Azam 38, D Davis 3-20)

Quarter-finals

  • South Africa beat England by 103 runs.
    Tony Ireland Stadium, Townsville, 19 August.
    South Africa 244 (50 overs, M Coetzee 67, T de Bruyn 54, C Bowes 46, R Topley 3-45)
    England 141 (40.3 overs, A Davies 54, B Foakes 54, P Subrayen 4-24)
  • Australia beat Bangladesh by 5 wickets.
    Endeavour Park, Townsville, 19 August.
    Bangladesh 171 (43 overs, S Sarkart 73, T Head 3-30)
    Australia 172-% (45.5 overs, A Bosisto 71*, T Head 44)
  • India beat Pakistan by 1 wicket.
    Tony Ireland Stadium, Townsville, 20 August.
    Pakistan 136 (45.1 overs, Babar Azam 50, Ehsan Adil 35, S Sharma 3-24, R Singh 3-43)
    India 137-9 (48 overs, B Aparajith 51, V Zol 36, Zia-ul-Haq 3-23, Azizullah 3-30)
  • New Zealand beat West Indies by 3 wickets.
    Endeavour Park, Townsville, 20 August.
    West Indies 237 (50 overs, A Hosein 54, K Brathwaite 53, S Ambris 35, M Quinn 3-54)
    New Zealand 238-7 (50 overs, B Horne 59, C Fletcher 49, R O'Donnell 42, R Beaton 3-47, K Mayers 3-42)
Plate Competition

9th-10th Place

  • Sri Lanka beat Afghanistan by 7 wickets.
    Allan Border Field, Brisbane, 24 August.
    Afghanistan 194-9 (50 overs, Mohibullah Paak 44, L Madushanka 3-34)
    Sri Lanka 196-3 (39 overs, N Dickwella 76*)

11-12th Place

  • Scotland beat Ireland by 5 wickets.
    Scorecard WEP Oval Harris, Brisbane, 24 August.
    Ireland 182 (49.4 overs, T Kane 78, A Bailwal 3-38, R Smith 3-48, P Sadler 2-35)
    Scotland 185-5 (41.4 overs, R McLean 47, N Farrar 38*, M Cross 30, B Wylie 2-24)

9th-12th Place Semi-finals

  • Afghanistan beat Scotland by 126 runs.
    Allan Border Field, Brisbane, 21 August.
    Afghanistan 336-7 (50 overs, Javed Ahmadi 134, Najibullah Zadran 83, Afsar Khan 42, P Sadler 3-69)
    Scotland 210 (39.4 overs, M Cross 37, P Ross 34, Aftab Alam 3-63)
  • Sri Lanka beat Ireland by 109 runs.
    Scorecard Allan Border Field, Brisbane, 22 August.
    Sri Lanka 258 (49.3 overs, S Weerakkody 112*, A Jayasinghe 55, N Dickwella 35, G Dockrell 3-39, G McCarter 2-34)
    Ireland 149 (37.5 overs, S Getkate 46, L Madushanka 6-24)

13th-14th Place

  • Nepal beat Papua New Guinea by 6 wickets.
    Peter Burge Oval, Brisbane, 23 August.
    Papua New Guinea 89 (33.1 overs, R Vishvakarma 6-3)
    Nepal 90-4 (18.5 overs, A Geita 3-25)

15th-16th Place

  • Zimbabwe beat Namibia by 70 runs.
    WEP Harris Oval, Brisbane, 23 August.
    Zimbabwe 236-9 (50 overs, R Burl 78, M Bentley 67, J Davidson 3-26)
    Namibia 166 (40.5 overs, L Jongwe 3-29, Peacemore Zimwa 3-47)

13th-16th Place Semi-Finals

  • Nepal beat Namibia by 39 runs.
    Peter Burge Oval, Brisbane, 21 August.
    Nepal 219-7 (50 overs, P Airee 98*, S Khakurel 35, C Coombe 3-61)
    Namibia 180 (46.3 overs, S Baard 56, Z Groenewald 54)
  • Papua New Guinea beat Zimbabwe by 12 runs.
    WEP Harris Oval, Brisbane, 21 August.
    Papua New Guinea 235 (50 overs, C Amini 63, L Siaka 50, L Jongwe 3-38, K Geyle 3-44)
    Zimbabwe 223 (49.1 overs, L Masasire 68, K Geyle 42, N Mayavo 36, K Morea 3-26)

Quarter-finals

  • Scotland beat Zimbabwe by 41 runs.
    Peter Burge Oval, Brisbane, 19 August.
    Scotland 241-7 (50 overs, N Farrar 58, P Ross 43, A Bilwal 30*)
    Zimbabwe 200-9 (50 overs, R Burl 52, R Smith 2-23, K Smith 2-36, G Main 2-59)
  • Afghanistan beat Papua New Guinea by 4 wickets.
    Allan Border Field, Brisbane, 19 August.
    Papua New Guinea 239-5 (50 overs, C Kent 105*, N Boge 55*)
    Afghanistan 244-6 (49 overs, Mohibullah Paak 54*)
  • Ireland beat Namibia by 4 wickets.
    Scorecard WEP Harris Oval, Brisbane, 20 August.
    Namibia 128-9 (50 overs, C Coombe 28, G McCarter 4-32)
    Ireland 129-6 (24.3 overs, R Hunter 42, J van der Merwe 28, J Davidson 3-45, S Groenewald 2-16)
  • Sri Lanka beat Nepal by 8 wickets.
    Peter Burge Oval, Brisbane, 20 August.
    Nepal 79 (27.3 overs, T Kaushal 3-13)
    Sri Lanka 80-2 (20.4 overs, S Fernando 48)
Group A
                            P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
Australia                   3    3    0    0    0    6     2.21
England                     3    2    0    0    1    4     0.90
Ireland                     3    1    0    0    2    2    -0.47
Nepal                       3    0    0    0    3    0    -2.35
  • Group A
    England (2) beat Nepal (0) by 126 runs.
    Tony Ireland Stadium, Townsville, 16 August.
    England 274-7 (50.0 overs, B Foakes 92, B Duckett 55, A Davies 45, R Vishwakarma 3-62)
    Nepal 148 (46.0 overs, S Khakurel 55, H Ansari 36, S Ali 4-47, R Topley 3-10)
  • Group A
    Ireland (2) beat Nepal (0) by 14 runs.
    Scorecard Endeavour Park, Townsville, 15 August.
    Ireland 185-8 (50.0 overs, S Getkate 47, A McBrine 41, T Kane 39, R Vishvakarma 2-31, A Karn 2-37, P Baskota 2-39)
    Nepal 171 (49.3 overs, R Vishvakarma 32, S Khakurel 31, G Dockrell 4-22, G McCarter 2-31, A Coughlan 2-39)
  • Group A
    Australia (2) beat Ireland (0) by 6 wickets.
    Scorecard Endeavour Park, Townsville, 14 August.
    Ireland 129 (42.5 overs, R Hunter 31, A Gregory 3-18, S Cassel 3-24, G Sandhu 2-35)
    Australia 133-4 (40.3 overs, W Bosisto 36)
  • Group A
    Australia (2) beat Nepal (0) by 212 runs.
    Tony Ireland Stadium, Townsville, 13 August.
    Australia 294-7 (50.0 overs, C Bancroft 125, K Patterson 86)
    Nepal 82 (23.5 overs, A Turner 4-28, H Conway 3-15)
  • Group A
    England (2) beat Ireland (0) by 7 wickets.
    Scorecard Endeavour Park, Townsville, 11 August.
    Ireland 109 (42.2 overs, T Kane 28, G Dockrell 26, R Topley 3-14, S Wood 2-31)
    England 11-3 (36.2 overs, B Foakes 32, A Kapil 31*, C Overton 26*)
  • Group A
    Australia (2) beat England (0) by 6 wickets.
    Tony Ireland Stadium, Townsville, 10 August.
    England 143 (38.3 overs, C Overton 35, G Sandhu 3-27, A Turner 3-30)
    Australia 147-4 (35.1 overs, T Head 57*, W Bosisito 35*)
Group B
                            P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
Pakistan                    3    3    0    0    0    6     1.88
New Zealand                 3    2    0    0    1    4    -0.22
Afghanistan                 3    1    0    0    2    2    -0.71
Scotland                    3    0    0    0    3    0    -0.78
  • Group B
    Pakistan (2) beat New Zealand (0) by 5 wickets.
    Buderim, 16 August.
    New Zealand 152-8 (50.0 overs)
    Pakistan 153-5 (31.2 overs, Imam-ul-Haq 40)
  • Group B
    Afghanistan (2) beat Scotland (0) by 10 runs.
    Buderim, 15 August.
    Afghanistan 191 (48.3 overs, Javed Ahmadi 71, Afsar Khan 44, G Main 4-26, R Smith 4-45)
    Scotland 181 (49.2 overs, R McLean 67, F Coleman 30, Sayed Shirzad 3-30, Aftab Alam 2-45)
  • Group B
    New Zealand (2) beat Afghanistan (0) by 8 runs.
    Buderim, 14 August.
    New Zealand 198 (50.0 overs, R O'Donnell 69, H Walsh 52, Sayed Shirzad 4-34, Yamin Ahmadzai 4-35)
    Afghanistan 190-9 (50.0 overs, Najibullah Zadran 69, Afsar Khan 42, M Quinn 4-46, J Duffy 4-40)
  • Group B
    Pakistan (2) beat Scotland (0) by 9 wickets.
    Buderim, 13 August.
    Scotland 200 (49.5 overs, R McLean 59, F Coleman 39, R Smith 34, Mohammad Nawaz 4-20, Ehsan Adil 2-37)
    Pakistan 204-1 (36.2 overs, Babar Azam 106*, Sami Aslam 78)
  • Group B
    New Zealand (2) beat Scotland (0) by 39 runs.
    Buderim, 11 August.
    New Zealand 247-9 (50.0 overs, W Young 115, R O'Donnell 50, R Smith 3-34, A Bailwal 2-53, P Sadler 2-55)
    Scotland 208 (46.5 overs, F Coleman 65, R McLean 36, C Neynens 3-24, I Sodhi 3-35, H Walsh 2-51)
  • Group B
    Pakistan (2) beat Afghanistan (0) by 109 runs.
    Buderim, 10 August.
    Pakistan 253-6 (50.0 overs, Babar Azam 75, Mohammad Nawaz 66, Umar Waheed 43*)
    Afghanistan 144 (45.1 overs, Hashmatullah Shaidi 50, Zia-ul-Haq 4-30)
Group C
                            P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
West Indies                 3    3    0    0    0    6     1.75
India                       3    2    0    0    1    4     1.07
Zimbabwe                    3    1    0    0    2    2    -0.15
Papua New Guinea            3    0    0    0    3    0    -2.72
  • Group C
    West Indies (2) beat Zimbabwe (0) by 6 wickets.
    Endeavour Park, Townsville, 16 August.
    Zimbabwe 148-8 (50.0 overs)
    West Indies 150-4 (35.1 overs, K Braithwaite 70*)
  • Group C
    India (2) beat Papua New Guinea (0) by 107 runs.
    Endeavour Park, Townsville, 16 August.
    India 204 (45.1 overs, V Zol 72, P Chopra 58, C Soper 5-32)
    Papua New Guinea 97 (35.1 overs, R Singh 5-21)
  • Group C
    India (2) beat Zimbabwe (0) by 63 runs.
    Tony Ireland Stadium, Townsville, 14 August.
    India 261-6 (50.0 overs, U Chand 78, P Chopra 57, C Light 3-22)
    Zimbabwe 198 (44.1 overs, M Lake 118, K Passi 6-23)
  • Group C
    West Indies (2) beat Papua New Guinea (0) by 9 wickets.
    Endeavour Park, Townsville, 13 August.
    Papua New Guinea 116 (40.1 overs, C Kent 39, K Mayers 3-12, J Jones 3-15)
    West Indies 117-1 (11.4 overs, S Ambris 91*)
  • Group C
    West Indies (2) beat India (0) by 4 wickets.
    Tony Ireland Stadium, Townsville, 11 August.
    India 166-8 (50.0 overs, S Patel 51, R Beaton 3-33)
    West Indies 167-6 (47.1 overs, A Alleyne 52, K Mayers 43, J Campbell 36, H Singh 3-35)
  • Group C
    Zimbabwe (2) beat Papua New Guinea (0) by 104 runs.
    Endeavour Park, Townsville, 10 August.
    Zimbabwe 249 (50.0 overs, K Kasuza 97, L Masasire 47, C Kent 5-45, R Haoda 3-43)
    Papua New Guinea 145 (38.1 overs)
Group D
                            P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
South Africa                3    3    0    0    0    6     2.99
Bangladesh                  3    2    0    0    1    4    -0.34
Sri Lanka                   3    1    0    0    2    2     0.69
Namibia                     3    0    0    0    3    0    -3.23
  • Group D
    Bangladesh (2) beat Namibia (0) by 7 wickets.
    Peter Burge Oval, Brisbane, 16 August.
    Namibia 151 (49.4 overs, S Baard 40, Abu Javed 3-29)
    Bangladesh 155-3 (37.0 overs, Litton Das 70*)
  • Group D
    South Africa (2) beat Sri Lanka (0) by 4 wickets.
    Peter Burge Oval, Brisbane, 15 August.
    Sri Lanka 150 (37.4 overs, D Tharanga 50, C Dry 4-16)
    South Africa 153-6 (33.0 overs, C Bowes 46, T de Bruyn 42, P Kaushai 3-28)
  • Group D
    South Africa (2) beat Namibia (0) by 209 runs.
    Peter Burge Oval, Brisbane, 14 August.
    South Africa 359-6 (50.0 overs, Q de Kock 126, C Bowes 115, G Cloete 36, Z Groenewald 3-85)
    Namibia 150 (46.0 overs, P Myburgh 37, T de Bruyn 4-20)
  • Group D
    Sri Lanka (2) beat Namibia (0) by 195 runs.
    Allan Border Field, Brisbane, 13 August.
    Sri Lanka 298-9 (50.0 overs, J Perera 69, S Weerakkody 50, L Madushenka 45, Z Groenewald 3-49)
    Namibia 103-9 (35.0 overs, W van Vuuren 38, L Madushanka 4-15)
  • Group D
    South Africa (2) beat Bangladesh (0) by 133 runs.
    Allan Border Field, Brisbane, 11 August.
    South Africa 294-8 (50.0 overs, Q de Kock 95, T de Bruyn 63, Noor Hossain 3-44, Nasum Ahmed 3-45)
    Bangladesh 161 (34.0 overs, Anamul Haque 39, V Moore 3-44)
  • Group D
    Bangladesh (2) beat Sri Lanka (0) by 25 runs.
    Allan Border Field, Brisbane, 10 August.
    Bangladesh 249-7 (50.0 overs, Anamul Haque 101, Asif Ahmed 84, S de Mel 3-46)
    Sri Lanka 224 (48.4 overs, A Jayasinghe 83, L Madushankarun 48, Soumya Sarkar 3-10)
Photographs
Reports
Chand inspires India to Under 19 World Cup triumph
Delhi batsman scores unbeaten 111 as India beats Australia by six wickets.
Scotland claim comfortable win against Ireland
Solid all-round display ensures Scotland claim 11th place with comfortable five wicket win over Ireland.
Scotland finish on a high after victory against Ireland
The Scottish U19 cricket team have completed their 2012 ICC World Cup campaign with a comfortable five wicket win over their Irish counterparts in Brisbane, Australia, in the 11th/12th playoff match.
Sri Lanka too strong for Ireland
Familiar tale of batting woes as Ireland lose to Sri Lanka by 109 runs in the Plate semi-final.
Scotland defeat Zimbabwe
This was Scotland's first victory over a Full Member at age-group level, complementing the Scotland national team's victory over Bangladesh earlier in the season.
McCarter and Hunter on fire as Ireland beat Namibia
Graeme McCarter takes four wickets and Ryan Hunter top scores with 42 as Ireland beat Namibia by four wickets in Brisbane.
Dockrell stars as Ireland defeat Nepal
Shane Getkate top scores with 47 while George Dockrell takes four wickets as Ireland beat Nepal by 14 runs.
Hosts inflict second defeat on Ireland
Ireland suffered their second successive defeat in the group stages when losing to Australia by 6 wickets.
Afghanistan holds its nerve to beat Scotland
Scotland complete their group matches with a third successive defeat in Buderim.
Six wicket victory for Australia against Ireland
Defending champions Australia sealed in a place in the Super League quarter-final of the Under 19 World Cup 2012 fter registering a six-wicket victory over Ireland on Monday.
Second defeat for Scotland
Pakistan captain Babar Azam leads from the front as Pakistan won easily by 9 wickets at Buderim.
Scotland Under 19s go down to New Zealand
Scotland's opening Under 19 World Cup match at Buderim ended in a 38 run victory for New Zealand.
Ireland Under 19s lose to England
Ireland began their Under 19 World Cup campaign with a seven wickets defeat at the hands of England.
Scotland Under 19s lose warm-up against Australia
Scotland went down by 70 runs to Australia in their final World Cup warm-up match in Brisbane.
Australia and England cannot afford to be complacent
Three-time defending champion Australia and 1998 winner England are favourites to progress from a a group which also includes Nepal and Ireland.
Ireland crushed by Afghanistan in warm up
Ireland's Under 19's suffered an emphatic 101 run loss against Afghanistan in Brisbane in the first of their official warm up games.
Pakistan and New Zealand need to be wary of Afghanistan and Scotland
Complacency will be Pakistan's and New Zealand's biggest enemy when they lock horns in Group B of the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2012, a group that also includes a dangerous Afghanistan and Scotland, returning after missing the previous two events.
Appointments finalised for U19 World Cup
The ICC has announced match officials, and warm-up and first round appointments for the upcoming ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2012, to be held from 11 to 26 August in Queensland, Australia.
Squads announced for Under 19 World Cup
All 16 squads have now been named ahead of the U19 Cricket World Cup, which takes place in Queensland, Australia, from 11-26 August.
Under 19 World Cup schedule announced
Ten matches to be televised live but none including Scotland or Ireland.
Line-up is complete for Under 19 World Cup 2012
The six teams that will join the Full Members at the ICC Under 19 Cricket World Cup 2012 in Australia are now known following the completion of the qualifying tournament in Ireland.
Squads
Afghanistan flag Afghanistan
  • Mohammad Javed (captain)
  • Afsar Khan
  • Aftab Alam
  • Fareed Malik
  • Hashmatullah
  • Mohammad Yamin
  • Mohibullah
  • Najibullah
  • Nasir Jamal
  • Noorulhaq
  • Rahim Mangal
  • Rashid Khan
  • Sayed Shiraz
  • Shabir Ahmed
  • Younas Khan
Australia flag Australia
  • Ashton Agar
  • Cameron Bancroft
  • William Bosisto
  • Meyrick Buchanan
  • Harry Conway
  • Sam Hain
  • Travis Head
  • Joel Paris
  • Kurtis Patterson
  • Jimmy Peirson
  • Gurinder Sandhu
  • Mark Steketee
  • Nick Stevens
  • Ashton Turner
  • Jack Wildermuth
Bangladesh flag Bangladesh
  • Anamul Haque (captain)
  • Abu Haider
  • Abu Javed
  • Asif Ahmed
  • Dewan Sabbir
  • Liton Das
  • Al-Amin
  • Naeem Islam Jnr
  • Noor Hossain
  • Salman Hossain
  • Mosaddek Hossain
  • Nasum Ahmed
  • Nurul Hasan
  • Soumya Sarkar
  • Taskin Ahmed
England flag England
  • Adam Ball (captain)
  • Shozair Ali
  • Daniel Bell-Drummond
  • Ben Collins
  • Alex Davies
  • Ben Duckett
  • Ben Foakes
  • Brett Hutton
  • Aneesh Kapil
  • Tom Knight
  • Jamie Overton
  • Craig Overton
  • Reece Topley
  • Kishen Velani
  • Sam Wood
India flag India
  • Unmukt Chand (captain)
  • Baba Aparajith
  • Prashant Chopra
  • Sandipan Das
  • Akhil Herwadkar
  • Rush Kalaria
  • Vikas Mishra
  • Akshdeep Nath
  • Kamal Passi
  • Smit Patel (wicketkeeper)
  • Mohsin Sayyed
  • Sandeep Sharma
  • Harmeet Singh
  • Manan Vohra
  • Vijay Zol
Ireland flag Ireland
  • George Dockrell (captain)
  • Scott Campbell
  • Peter Chase
  • Adam Coughlan
  • Shane Getkate
  • Ryan Hunter
  • Tyrone Kane
  • Robin Kelly
  • Andrew McBrine
  • Graeme McCarter
  • Barry McCarthy
  • Alistair Shields
  • Patrick Tice
  • Jason van der Merwe
  • Ben Wylie
Namibia flag Namibia
  • Steven Baard (captain)
  • Justin Baard
  • Luke Bolton
  • Jano Coetzee
  • Christopher Coombe
  • Jason Davidson
  • MP Delport
  • Andre Engelbrecht
  • Gerhard Erasmus
  • Zhivago Groenewald
  • Malan Kruger
  • Pelham Myburgh
  • Xander Pitchers
  • Wian Van Vuuren
  • Bredell Wessels
Nepal flag Nepal
  • Pradeep Airee
  • Prithu Baskota
  • Naresh Budhaayer
  • Ramnaresh Giri
  • Mahamad Hasim Ansari
  • Bhuban Karki
  • Krishna Karki
  • Avinash Karn
  • Saurabh Khanal
  • Gopal Singh
  • Rahul Kumar Vishwakarma
  • Rajesh Pulani
  • Subash Khakurel
  • Sagar Pun
  • Fajlur Rahman
New Zealand flag New Zealand
  • Will Young (captain)
  • Joe Carter
  • Sean Davey
  • Michael Davidson
  • Jacob Duffy
  • Cameron Fletcher
  • Ben Horne
  • Connor Neynens
  • Edward Nuttall
  • Robert O'Donnell
  • Matthew Quinn
  • Ish Sodhi
  • Theo van Woerkom
  • Henry Walsh
  • Arnie Yugaraja
Pakistan flag Pakistan
  • Babar Azam (captain)
  • Azizullah
  • Ehsan Adil
  • Faraz Ali
  • Imam-ul-Haq
  • Mohammad Nawaz
  • Mir Hamza
  • Saad Ali
  • Salman Afridi
  • Sami Aslam
  • Shahid Ilyas
  • Umar Waheed
  • Usman Qadir
  • Zafar Gohar
  • Zia-ul-Haq
Papua New Guinea flag Papua New Guinea
  • Chris Kent (captain)
  • Charles Amini
  • Dogodo Bau
  • Sese Bau
  • Nigel Boge
  • Albert Geita
  • Raymond Haoda
  • Ratu Maha
  • Kabua Vagi Morea
  • Alei Nao
  • Lista Oala
  • Vagi Oala
  • Lega Slake
  • Toua Tom
  • Norman Vanua
Scotland flag Scotland
  • Paddy Sadler (captain)
  • Aman Bailwal
  • Freddie Coleman
  • Matt Cross
  • Henry Edwards
  • Nick Farrar
  • Gavin Main
  • Tom McBride
  • Scott McElnea
  • Ross McLean
  • Sam Page
  • Peter Ross
  • Kyle Smith
  • Ruaidhri Smith
  • Andrew Umeed
South Africa flag South Africa
  • Chad Bowes (captain)
  • Gihahn Cloete
  • Murray Coetzee
  • Theunis de Bruyn
  • Quinton de Kock
  • Corné Dry
  • Rabian Engelbrecht
  • Jan Frylinck
  • Solo Nqweni
  • Shaylin Pillay
  • David Rhoda
  • Diego Rosier
  • Calvin Savage
  • Prenelan Subrayen
  • Lizaad Williams
Sri Lanka flag Sri Lanka
  • Sanitha De Mel (captain)
  • Amila Aponso
  • Nirosha Dickwella
  • Anuk Fernando
  • Shehan Fernando
  • Angelo Jayasinghe
  • Tharindu Kaushal
  • Ranitha Liyanaarachchi
  • Lahiru Madushanka
  • Chamodh Pathirana
  • Jason Perera
  • Pulina Taranga
  • Kasun Vidura
  • Pabasara Waduge
  • Sandun Weerakkody
West Indies flag West Indies
  • Kraigg Brathwaite (captain)
  • Anthony Alleyne
  • Sunil Ambris
  • Ronsford Beaton
  • John Campbell
  • Derone Davis
  • Justin Greaves
  • Kavem Hodge
  • Akeal Hosein
  • Jerome Jones
  • Keiron Joseph
  • Steven Katwaroo
  • Amir Khan
  • Kyle Mayers
  • Marquino Mindley
Zimbabwe flag Zimbabwe
  • Matthew Bentley (captain)
  • Kyle Bowie
  • Ryan Burl
  • Atishsinh Chouhan
  • Kieran Geyle
  • Kevin Kasuza
  • Malcolm Lake
  • Campbell Light
  • Luke Jongwe
  • Wellington Masakadza
  • Luke Masasire
  • Nyasha Mayavo
  • Curthbert Musoko
  • Andre Odendaal
  • Peacemore Zimwa
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