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Super Eights
Scorecard Final: South Africa beat Pakistan by 6 wickets, 1 March.
Scorecard 3rd-4th Place: England beat Australia by 1 wicket, 28 February.
Scorecard 5th-6th Place: India beat West Indies by 46 runs, 27 February.
Scorecard 7th-8th Place: Afghanistan beat Sri Lanka by 5 wickets, 27 February.
Scorecard Semi-Final: South Africa beat Australia by 80 runs, 26 February.
Scorecard 5th-8th Semi-Final: West Indies beat Afghanistan by 9 runs, 25 February.
Scorecard 5th-8th Semi-Final: India beat Sri Lanka by 76 runs, 24 February.
Scorecard Semi-Final: Pakistan beat England by 3 wickets, 24 February.
Scorecard Quarter-final: South Africa beat Afghanistan by 9 wickets, 23 February.
Scorecard Quarter-final: Australia beat West Indies by 5 wickets, 23 February.
Scorecard Quarter-final: Pakistan beat Sri Lanka by 121 runs, 22 February.
Scorecard Quarter-final: England beat India by 3 wickets, 22 February.
Plate
Scorecard 9th-10th Place: Bangladesh beat New Zealand by 77 runs, 27 February.
Scorecard 11th-12th Place: Zimbabwe beat UAE by 94 runs, 27 February.
Scorecard 13th-14th Place: Scotland beat Namibia by 5 runs, 26 February.
Scorecard 15th-16th Place: Canada beat Papua New Guinea by 11 runs, 26 February.
Scorecard 9th-12th Semi-Final: Bangladesh beat Zimbabwe by 72 runs, 25 February.
Scorecard 9th-12th Semi-Final: New Zealand beat UAE by 5 wickets, 25 February.
Scorecard 13th-16th Semi-Final: Namibia beat Canada by 23 runs, 24 February.
Scorecard 13th-16th Semi-Final: Scotland beat Papua New Guinea by 77 runs, 24 February.
Scorecard Quarter-final: UAE beat Scotland by 7 wickets, 23 February.
Scorecard Quarter-final: New Zealand beat Papua New Guinea by 6 wickets, 23 February.
Scorecard Quarter-final: Bangladesh beat Canada by 9 wickets, 22 February.
Scorecard Quarter-final: Zimbabwe beat Namibia by 6 wickets, 22 February.
Group A Table and Results
                            P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
India                       3    3    0    0    0    6     2.91
Pakistan                    3    2    0    0    1    4     1.67
Scotland                    3    1    0    0    2    2    -1.37
Papua New Guinea            3    0    0    0    3    0    -3.34
Scorecard India beat Papua New Guinea by 245 runs, 19 February.
Scorecard Pakistan beat Scotland by 146 runs, 19 February.
Scorecard India beat Scotland by 5 wickets, 17 February.
Scorecard Pakistan beat Papua New Guinea by 145 runs, 17 February.
Scorecard Scotland beat Papua New Guinea by 6 wickets, 15 February.
Scorecard India beat Pakistan by 40 runs, 15 February.
Group B Table and Results
                            P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
Australia                   3    2    0    0    1    4     0.93
Afghanistan                 3    2    0    0    1    4     0.88
Bangladesh                  3    2    0    0    1    4     0.10
Namibia                     3    0    0    0    3    0    -1.53
Scorecard Australia beat Bangladesh by 74 runs, 19 February.
Scorecard Afghanistan beat Namibia by 4 wickets, 19 February.
Scorecard Afghanistan beat Australia by 36 runs, 17 February.
Scorecard Bangladesh beat Namibia by 52 runs, 17 February.
Scorecard Australia beat Namibia by 101 runs, 15 February.
Scorecard Bangladesh beat Afghanistan by 10 wickets, 15 February.
Group C Table and Results
                            P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
South Africa                3    3    0    0    0    6     1.30
West Indies                 3    2    0    0    1    4     0.91
Zimbabwe                    3    1    0    0    2    2    -1.31
Canada                      3    0    0    0    3    0    -0.96
Scorecard West Indies beat Canada by 63 runs, 18 February.
Scorecard South Africa beat Zimbabwe by 7 wickets, 18 February.
Scorecard West Indies beat Zimbabwe by 167 runs, 16 February.
Scorecard South Africa beat Canada by 45 runs, 16 February.
Scorecard South Africa beat West Indies by 94 runs, 14 February.
Scorecard Zimbabwe beat Canada by 6 wickets, 14 February.
Group D Table and Results
                            P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
Sri Lanka                   3    3    0    0    0    6     0.61
England                     3    2    0    0    1    4     2.16
New Zealand                 3    1    0    0    2    2    -0.35
UAE                         3    0    0    0    3    0    -2.43
Scorecard England beat New Zealand by 115 runs, 18 February.
Scorecard Sri Lanka beat UAE by 8 wickets, 18 February.
Scorecard New Zealand beat UAE by 112 runs, 16 February.
Scorecard Sri Lanka beat England by 1 wicket, 16 February.
Scorecard Sri Lanka beat New Zealand by 49 runs, 14 February.
Scorecard England beat UAE by 213 runs, 14 February.
Reports & Articles
India to launch title defence against Pakistan
48 matches will be played at seven UAE venues from 14 February to 1 March 2014.
Umpiring appointments finalised
The ICC has announced the umpire and match referee appointments for the warm-up and first round matches.
Group A preview
India and Pakistan are are favourites to qualify ahead of Papua New Guinea and Scotland.
Group B preview
Afghanistan can cause an upset in the group containing Australia, Bangladesh and Namibia.
Group C preview
South Africa, seeking their first major ICC title, are grouped with Canada, West Indies and Zimbabwe.
Group D preview
Hosts UAE are the outsiders in their group behind England, New Zealand and Sri Lanka.
India look like the team to beat
Between them, Australia, India and Pakistan have won eight of the nine Under 19 World Cup tournaments.
First round of warm-up matches
India and Australia suffer losses while England defeat Scotland.
Second round of warm-up matches
Pakistan and West Indies have impressive victories, Bangladesh surprises England and UAE upsets Zimbabwe.
Scotland lose to Afghanistan
Scotland lose their second warm-up game narrowly by three wickets against Afghanistan.
Canada defeated by Zimbabwe
Canada lose to Zimbabwe by 6 wickets in opening match.
UAE thrashed by England
England record a comprehensive 213 run win over the hosts.
Scotland romp to PNG victory
Scotland record six wicket win against PNG in their opening U19 World Cup encounter.
Ten wicket defeat for Afghanistan
Bangladesh cruise to a ten wicket win over Afghanistan.
Big loss for Namibia
All round performance from Bredell Wessells not enough as Namibia defeated by Australia.
Battling Canada lose to South Africa
Canada lose to South Africa by 45 runs in Abu Dhabi.
Another big defeat for the hosts
The UAE lose again, this time to New Zealand by 112 runs.
Day three round up
Sri Lanka and South Africa sealed their places in the quarter-finals when they recorded victories of contrasting styles.
Scotland give India scare
Scotland's Under 19's gave India a mighty scare before eventually going down by five wickets in their Group clash in Dubai.
Afghanistan stun Australia
Afghanistan gain a famous victory over Australia.
Canadians collapse to defeat
Canada end the group stage without a win after losing to the West Indies.
Dumindu century beats UAE
The hosts lose again at the Under-19 World Cup.
Day five round up
England and the West Indies advanced to the quarter-finals when they comfortably won their decisive Group C and D matches, respectively.
Pakistan outgun Scotland
Pakistan beat Scotland by146 runs in Dubai to progress to the quarter finals, while Scotland will now contest the ninth place play-off matches.
Day six round up
Australia and Afghanistan progress to the quarter finals from Group B on the final day of the first round matches.
England defeat India
England defeat defending champions India by three wickets to set up a semi final against Pakistan
Indian captain suspended
India captain Vijay Zol suspended for one match and Gani reprimanded after being found guilty of breaching the ICC Code of Conduct against England.
Scotland slump to heavy defeat against UAE
Scotland have lost their play-off match heavily against UAE.
Pooran century in vain
A century by West Indies' wicketkeeper-batsman Nicolas Pooran was in vain as Australia reached its third successive semi-final with a five-wicket victory.
Scotland defeat PNG again
Scotland defeated Papua New Guinea by 77 runs to set up a match with Namibia for thirteenth place.
Pakistan beats England in a cliffhanger
Zafar Gohar and Amad Butt put on 63 undefeated runs as Pakistan defeated England by three wickets in a nerve-racking thriller to reach the final.
Wins for Bangladesh and New Zealand
Bangladesh and New Zealand reached the Plate Championship final when they comfortably won their play-off matches.
Scotland hold nerve to defeat Namibia in thriller
Scotland's young braves fought back courageously defending a relatively modest 178 to defeat Namibia by just five runs in a thrilling contest in Abu Dhabi to claim 13th place in the Under 19 World Cup.
Rambada stars for South Africa
Fast bowler Kagiso Rabada produced the best bowling performance of the tournament to date as South Africa beat three-time former champion Australia by 80 runs to book their place in the final against Pakistan.
Bangladesh win Plate Final
Bangladesh defeated New Zealand by 77 runs to win its fourth Plate Championship title at the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup
South Africa are champions
South Africa won its maiden ICC U19 Cricket World Cup title when it defeated two-time former champion Pakistan by six wickets.
Photographs
Pakistan v South Africa (1 March)
Bangladesh v New Zealand (27 February)
South Africa v Australia (26 February)
Bangladesh v Zimbabwe (25 February)
UAE v New Zealand (25 February)
England v Pakistan (24 February)
Afghanistan v South Africa (23 February)
India v England (22 February)
Pakistan v Sri Lanka (22 February)
Australia v Bangladesh (19 February)
Zimbabwe v South Africa (18 February)
England v New Zealand (18 February)
Afghanistan v Australia (17 February)
Bangladesh v Namibia (17 February)
Scotland v India (17 February)
West Indies v Zimbabwe (16 February)
England v Sri Lanka (16 February)
India v Pakistan (15 February)
Australia v Namibia (15 February)
South Africa v West Indies (14 February)
UAE v England (14 February)
Squads
Afghanistan flag Afghanistan
  • Nasir Jamal (captain)
  • Abdullah Adil
  • Fareed Malik
  • Hashmatullah Shaidi
  • Ihsanullah Janat
  • Mohammad Mujtaba
  • Munir Ahmad
  • Muslim Musa
  • Sayed Shirzad
  • Waheedullah Shafaq
  • Shahidullah Kamal
  • Sharafuddin Ashraf
  • Usman Ghani
  • Younas Khan Ahmadzai
  • Zia-ur-Rehman Akbar
Australia flag Australia
  • Thomas Andrews
  • Ben Ashkenazi
  • James Bazley
  • Jake Doran
  • Matthew Fotia
  • Alex Gregory
  • Ben McDermott
  • Jaron Morgan
  • Damien Mortimer
  • Matthew Short
  • Kelvin Smith
  • Billy Stanlake
  • Cameron Valente
  • Guy Walker
  • Sean Willis
Bangladesh flag Bangladesh
  • Mehidy Hassan (captain)
  • Abu Hider
  • Joyraj Sheik
  • Jubair Hossain
  • Litton Das
  • Mustafizur Rahman
  • Nazmul Hossain Shanto
  • Mohammad Saddam
  • Shadman Islam
  • Zakir Hasan
  • Musaddek Hossain
  • Nihad-uz-Zaman
  • Rahatul Ferdous
  • Saeed Sarker
  • Yasir Ali
Canada flag Canada
  • Nitish Kumar (captain)
  • Sudeepta Aurka
  • Gurkaran Dhillon
  • Nikhil Dutta
  • Farhan Malik
  • Amanpal Gillar
  • Stephan Joseph
  • Aniket Joshi
  • Armaan Kapoor
  • Abraash Khan
  • Trevor Manoosingh
  • Stephan Rajasingam
  • Yug Rao
  • Talha Shaik
  • Keenen Tinto
England flag England
  • Will Rhodes (captain)
  • Ed Barnard
  • Joe Clarke
  • Ben Duckett
  • Harry Finch
  • Matthew Fisher
  • Miles Hammond
  • Ryan Higgins
  • Rob Jones
  • Rob Sayer
  • Josh Shaw
  • Dominic Sibley
  • Jonathan Tattersall
  • Jack Winslade
  • Luke Wood
India flag India
  • Vijay Zol (captain)
  • Ankush Bains
  • Ricky Bhui
  • Aamir Gani
  • Akhil Herwadkar
  • Deepak Hooda
  • Shreyas Iyer
  • Karan Kaila
  • Avesh Khan
  • Sarfaraz Khan
  • Monu Kumar
  • Chama Milind
  • Sanju Samson
  • Atit Sheth
  • Kuldeep Yadav
Namibia flag Namibia
  • Gerhard Erasmus (captain)
  • Kobus Brand
  • Jano Coetzee
  • Marius Delport
  • Michau du Preez
  • Zane Green
  • Joshuan Julius
  • Jaen Kotze
  • Malan Kruger
  • Xander Pitchers
  • Wayne Raw
  • JJ Smit
  • Tiaan Snyman
  • Ricardo Strauss
  • Bredell Wessells
New Zealand flag New Zealand
  • Robert O'Donnell (captain)
  • Jeremy Benton
  • Leo Carter
  • Henry Collier
  • Josh Finnie
  • Shawn Hicks
  • Jack Hunter
  • Kyle Jamieson
  • Ken McClure
  • Brett Randell
  • Tim Seifert
  • Dane Watson
  • Kurtley Watson
  • Raki Weerasundara
  • Luke Williamson
Pakistan flag Pakistan
  • Sami Aslam (captain)
  • Ameer Hamza
  • Hasan Raza
  • Hussain Talat
  • Imam-ul-Haq
  • Imran Rafiq
  • Irfanullah Shah
  • Kamran Ghulam
  • Karamat Ali
  • Mohammad Aftab
  • Saifullah Khan
  • Salman Saeed
  • Saud Shakeel
  • Zafar Gohar
  • Zia-ul-Haq
Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea
  • Dogodo Bau (captain)
  • Kiplin Doriga
  • Sakavai Gebai
  • Riley Hekure
  • Hiri Hiri
  • Mea Jimmy
  • Allan Joseph
  • Kabua Morea
  • Alei Nao
  • Micah Pokana
  • Nosaina Pokana
  • Raho Sam
  • Gaudi Toka
  • Anthony Vare
  • Tom Willie
Scotland flag Scotland
  • Ross McLean (captain)
  • Alex Baum
  • Ryan Brown
  • Will Edwards
  • Michael English
  • Nick Farrar
  • Chayank Gosain
  • Gavin Main
  • Zander Muir
  • Abdul Sabri
  • Chris Sole
  • Kyle Stirling
  • Andrew Umeed
  • Mark Watt
  • Stu Whittingham
South Africa South Africa
  • Aiden Markram (captain)
  • Bradley Bopp
  • Corbin Bosch
  • Dirk Bruwer
  • Kirwin Christoffels
  • Justin Dill
  • Clyde Fortuin
  • Dayyaan Galiem
  • Sibonelo Makhanya
  • Greg Oldfield
  • Andile Phehlukwayo
  • Kagiso Rabada
  • Ngazibini Sigwili
  • Jason Smith
  • Yaseen Valli
 Sri Lanka flag Sri Lanka
  • Kusal Mendis (captain)
  • Minod Bhanuka
  • Hashan Dumindu
  • Binura Fernando
  • Anuk Fernando
  • Kavindu Kulasekara
  • Lakshan Jayasinghe
  • Ramesh Mendis
  • Priyamal Perera
  • Harsha Rajapaksha
  • Hashen Ramanayake
  • Sadeera Samarawickrama
  • Thilaksha Sumanasiri
  • AK Tyronne
  • Hashan Vimarshana
UAE UAE
  • Rohit Singh (captain)
  • Shorye Chopra
  • Dan D'Souza
  • Moaaz Ayub
  • Mohammad Hamid
  • Justin James
  • Shiv Mehra
  • Omer Rizwan
  • Waruna Perera
  • Dhurva Praveen
  • Pankaj Samant
  • Shahrukh Ahmed
  • Sunair Khan
  • Chirag Suri
  • Shivank Vijayakumar
West Indies flag West Indies
  • Ramaal Lewis (captain)
  • Fabian Allen
  • Tagenarine Chanderpaul
  • Bryan Charles
  • Tristan Coleman
  • Jonathan Drakes
  • Shimron Hetmyer
  • Jerome Jones
  • Ray Jordan
  • Brandon King
  • Preston McSween
  • Marquino Mindley
  • Gudakesh Motie
  • Nicolas Pooran
  • Jeremy Solozano
Zimbabwe flag Zimbabwe
  • Malcolm Lake (captain)
  • Deven Bell
  • Ryan Burl
  • Herbert Chikomba
  • Kieran Geyle
  • Joylord Gumbie
  • Shoun Handirisi
  • Dylan Hondo
  • Luke Jongwe
  • Tinashe Kamunhukamwe
  • Charles Kunje
  • Patrick Mambo
  • Tarisai Musakanda
  • Cuthbert Musoko
  • Mkhululi Nyathi