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Super League
  • U19 World Cup Super League
    West Indies beat India by 5 wickets.
    Final - Mirpur, 14 February.
    India 145 (45.1 overs, S Khan 51, R John 3-38, A Joseph 3-39, K Paul 2-17)
    West Indies 146-5 (49.3 overs, K Carty 52*, K Paul 40*, M Dagar 3-25)
  • U19 World Cup Super League
    Bangladesh beat Sri Lanka by 3 wickets.
    3rd-4th play off, Fatullah, 13 February.
    Sri Lanka 214 (48.5 overs, K Asalanka 76, M Pereira 34, P Mendis 26, Mehidi Hasan Miraz 3-28, Abdul Halim 2-26, Mohammad Saifuddin 2-48)
    Bangladesh 218-7 (49.3 overs, Mehidi Hasan Miraz 53, Nazmul Hossain Shanto 40, Joyraz Sheik 26, S Ashan 2-39)
  • U19 World Cup Super League
    Pakistan beat England by 7 wickets.
    5th- 6th play off, Fatullah, 12 February.
    England 264-7 (50.0 overs, S Curran 83, T Moores 47, B Tatylor 37*, Saif Ali 2-37, Sameen Gul 2-42)
    Pakistan 265-3 (43.1 overs, Zeeshan Malik 93, Saif Badar 75*, Hasan Mohsin 39*)
  • U19 World Cup Super League
    West Indies beat Bangladesh by 3 wickets.
    SF1 Mirpur , 11 February.
    Bangladesh 226 (50.0 overs, Mehidi Hasan Miraz 60, Mohammad Saifuddin 36, Joyraz Sheik 35, K Paul 3-20, C Holder 2-36, S Springer 2-36)
    West Indies 230-7 (48.4 overs, S Springer 62*, S Hetmyer 60, G Pope 38, Saleh Ahmed Shawon 3-37, Mohammad Saifuddin 2-46, Mehidi Hasan Miraz 2-57)
  • U19 World Cup Super League
    Namibia beat Nepal by 15 runs.
    7th-8th play off, Fatullah, 11 February.
    Namibia 225-9 (45.0 overs, L Louwrens 59, M van Lingen 58, F Rautenbach 39, S Lamichhane 3-35, S Kandel 2-30)
    Nepal 210 (44.2 overs, S Dhamala 59, M Tamang 32, D Airee 31, M van Lingen 4-24, F Coetzee 3-34)
  • U19 World Cup Super League
    England beat Namibia by 203 runs.
    5th -8th play off, Fatullah, 10 February.
    England 286-9 (48.0 overs, J Burnham 109, T Moores 85, F Coetzee 3-72, B Jacobs 2-58)
    Namibia 83 (25.2 overs, M Crane 3-3, D Lawrence 2-7, G Garton 2-18)
  • U19 World Cup Super League
    Pakistan beat Nepal by 122 runs.
    5th-8th Fatullah, 9 February.
    Pakistan 258-8 (50.0 overs, Hasan Mohsin 117, Saif Badar 88, S Lamichhane 3-53, Aarif Sheikh 2-22, D Airee 2-42)
    Nepal 136 (43.5 overs, P Tamang 65*, Hasan Mohsin 4-42, Saif Ali 2-9, Irfan Liagat 2-30)
  • U19 World Cup Super League
    India beat Sri Lanka by 97 runs.
    SF2 Mirpur, 9 February.
    India 267-9 (50.0 overs, Anmolpreet Singh 72, S Khan 59, Washington Sundar 43, A Fernando 4-43, C Kumara 2-50, S Nimesh 2-50)
    Sri Lanka 170 (42.4 overs, P Mendis 39, S Ashan 38, P de Silva 28, M Dagar 3-21, Avesh Khan 2-41)
  • U19 World Cup Super League
    West Indies beat Pakistan by 5 wickets.
    QF2 (B1 v C2) Fatullah, 8 February.
    Pakistan 227-6 (50.0 overs, Umair Masood 113, Salman Fayyaz 58*, C Holder 2-26)
    West Indies 229-5 (40.0 overs, T Imlach 54, S Hetmyer 52, S Springer 37)
  • U19 World Cup Super League
    Sri Lanka beat England by 6 wickets.
    QF4 (C1 v B2), Mirpur, 7 February.
    England 186-4 (35.4 overs, W Fernando 95, K Asalanka 34)
    Sri Lanka 184 (49.2 overs, C Taylor 42, B Freen 26, G Barlett 25, P Silva 3-34, A Fernando 2-16)
  • U19 World Cup Super League
    India beat Namibia by 197 runs.
    QF3 (D1 v A2), Fatullah, 6 February.
    India 349-6 (50.0 overs, R Pant 111, S Khan 76, Armaan Jaffer 64, F Coetzee 3-78)
    Namibia 152 (39.0 overs, N Davin 33, Z Green 27, J Linde 25, M Dagar 3-25, Ammolpreet Singh 3-27, Washington Sundar 2-27)
  • U19 World Cup Super League
    Bangladesh beat Nepal by 6 wickets.
    QF1* (A1 v D2) Mirpur, 5 February.
    Nepal 211-9 (50.0 overs, R Rijal 72, S Dhamala 25, Mohammad Saifuddin 2-38)
    Bangladesh 215-4 (48.2 overs, Zakir Hasan 75*, Mehidi Hasan Miraz 55*, Joyraz Sheik 38, S Dhamala 2-33)
Plate Championship
Scorecard Photos Report 13th-14th place play off - Ireland beat Scotland by 95 runs, 10 February.
Scorecard Photos Report Last 4 play off - Scotland beat Fiji by 76 runs, 8 February.
Scorecard Report Last 4 play off - Ireland beat Canada by 6 wickets, 7 February.
Scorecard Report QF1 South Africa beat Ireland by 8 wickets, 4 February.
Scorecard Photos Report QF3 Scotland lost to New Zealand by 7 wickets, 4 February.
  • U19 World Cup Plate
    Afghanistan beat Zimbabwe by 5 wickets.
    Final, Cox's Bazar, 12 February.
    Zimbabwe 216-9 (50.0 overs, W Mashinge 66, R Murray 53, A Keefe 38, Zia-ur-Rehman 3-33, Muslim Raza 3-38)
    Afghanistan 218-5 (46.5 overs, Tariq 106*, Rashid Khan 55, J Ives 2-36)
  • U19 World Cup Plate
    South Africa beat New Zealand by 138 runs.
    11th - 12th play off, Cox's Bazar, 12 February.
    South Africa 288-6 (50.0 overs, D Foxcroft 117, R Moonsamy 51, W Makwetu 50*, A Parikh 2-33)
    New Zealand 150 (38.4 overs, F Allen 40, R Ravindra 39, A Parikh 35, P Mulder 4-14, Z Abrahams 2-37)
  • U19 World Cup Plate
    Canada beat Fiji by 8 wickets.
    15th-16th, Cox'x Bazar , 11 February.
    Fiji 83 (28.0 overs, M Patel 4-16, S Patel 3-18, Suliman Khan 2-31)
    Canada 84-2 (20.0 overs, A Gill 38)
  • U19 World Cup Plate
    Ireland beat Scotland by 95 runs.
    13th-14th play off , Cox's Bazar, 10 February.
    Ireland 235-7 (50.0 overs, W McClintock 69, L Tucker 59, S Doheny 45, Mohammad Gaffar 3-49)
    Scotland 140 (44.0 overs, H Tector 4-28, F Tucker 3-29, R Anders 2-24)
  • U19 World Cup Plate
    Afghanistan beat New Zealand by 8 wickets.
    SF2, Cox's Bazar, 9 February.
    New Zealand 135 (44.5 overs, A Parikh 48, J Clarkson 25, Rashid Khan 3-30, Shamsurrhman 3-37, Tariq 2-11)
    Afghanistan 137-2 (27.3 overs, Tariq 50, Isanullah 47, A Parikh 2-50)
  • U19 World Cup Plate
    Scotland beat Fiji by 76 runs.
    Last 4 play off Cox's Bazar, 8 February.
    Scotland 225 (48.1 overs, F McCreath 60, Owais Shah 39, H Aslam 25, C Tikoisuva 4-46, J Baleickoibia 2-37, P Vuniwaqa 2-41)
    Fiji 149 (42.2 overs, P Vuniwaqa 80, J Baleickoibia 27, C Cloman 3-30, F McCreath 3-48, H Aslam 2-20)
  • U19 World Cup Plate
    Zimbabwe beat South Africa by 8 wickets.
    SF1 Cox's Bazar, 8 February.
    South Africa 91 (39.5 overs, R Moonsamy 32, RNgarava 4-10, R Magarira 2-11)
    Zimbabwe 94-2 (22.0 overs, I Ives 34*, R Murray 26)
  • U19 World Cup Plate
    Ireland beat Canada by 6 wickets.
    Last 4 play off - Cox's Bazar, 7 February.
    Canada 139 (48.2 overs, Arslan Khan 47, R Anders 4-21, F Tucker 2-21, G McClintock 2-26)
    Ireland 142-4 (34.3 overs, J Tector 33, S Doheny 33, G McClintock 31*, BS Adhihetty 3-25)
    Scorecard Report
  • U19 World Cup Plate
    Afghanistan beat Fiji by 226 runs.
    QF2 (B3 v C4) Cox's Bazar , 5 February.
    Afghanistan 340-9 (50.0 overs, Karin Janat 156, Perwez Malakzai 74, P Vuniwaqa 3-41, T Veitacini 2-49)
    FijI 114 (31.2 overs, Nijat Masood 3-6, Rashid Khana 3-16, Muslim Musa 2-23)
  • U19 World Cup Plate
    Zimbabwe beat Canada by 6 wickets.
    QF4 (C3 v B4), Cox's Bazaar, 5 February.
    Canada 186-9 (50.0 overs, A Taploo 37, Abraash Khan 32, Arslan Khan 31, J Ives 3-30)
    Zimbabwe 190-4 (31.4 overs, S Snyder 56, J Ives 43*, W Madhevere 31, B Adhihetty 2-23, S Patel 2-62)
  • U19 World Cup Plate
    South Africa beat Ireland by 8 wickets.
    QF1 (A3 v D4) Cox'x Bazar, 4 February.
    Ireland 185-7 (50.0 overs, L Tucker 77, A Gallen 2-22, W Ludick 2-43)
    South Africa 187-2 (46.0 overs, K Verreynne 77, L Smith 49, P Mulder 43*)
  • U19 World Cup Plate
    New Zealand beat Scotland by 7 wickets.
    QF3 (D3 v A4) Cox's Bazar, 4 February.
    Scotland 181-9 (50.0 overs, Owais Shah 32, R ter Braak 3-34, F Murray 2-31, N Smith 2-37)
    New Zealand 185-3 (27.0 overs, G Philips 89, F Allen 31*, J Finnie 30, H Aslam 2-37)
Group A
                            P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
Bangladesh                  3    3    0    0    0    6    2.151
Namibia                     3    2    0    0    1    4    0.035
South Africa                3    1    0    0    2    2   -0.027
Scotland                    3    0    0    0    3    0   -2.356
Scorecard Photos Report South Africa (2) beat Scotland (0) by 10 wickets, 2 February.
Scorecard Photos Report Bangladesh (2) beat Scotland (0) by 114 runs, 31 January.
Scorecard Photos Report Namibia (2) beat Scotland (0) by 9 wickets, 29 January.
  • U19 World Cup Group A
    South Africa beat Scotland by 10 wickets.
    Cox's Bazar, 2 February.
    Scotland 127 (45.4 overs)
    South Africa 129-0 (29.0 overs, L Smith 64*, K Verreynne 64*)
  • U19 World Cup Group A
    Bangladesh (2) beat Namibia (0) by 8 wickets.
    Cox's Bazar, 2 February.
    Namibia 65 (32.5 overs, Ariful Islam 2-9, Saleh Ahmed Shawon 2-10, Mehidi Hasan Miraz 2-12)
    Bangladesh 66-2 (16.0 overs, Joyraz Sheik 34*, F Coetzee 2-20)
  • U19 World Cup Group A
    Namibia (2) beat South Africa (0) by 2 wickets.
    Cox's Bazar, 31 January.
    South Africa 136-9 (50.0 overs, W Ludick 42, M van Lingen 4-24, F Coetzee 3-16)
    Namibia 137-8 (39.4 overs, L Louwrens 58*, C Brits 27, Z Abrahams 2-18, S Whitehead 2-27)
  • U19 World Cup Group A
    Bangladesh (2) beat Scotland (0) by 114 runs.
    Cox's Bazar, 31 January.
    Bangladesh 256-6 (5.0 overs, Nazmul Hossain Shanto 113*, Mehidi Hasan Miraz 51, Saif Hassan 49, Mohammad Ghaffar 4-60)
    Scotland 142 (47.2 overs, Azeem Dar 50, N Flack 28, Mohammad Saifuddin 3-17, Saleh Ahmed Shawron 3-27, Ariful Islam 2-28)
  • U19 World Cup Group A
    Namibia (2) beat Scotland (0) by 9 wickets.
    Cox's Bazar, 29 January.
    Scotland 159 (36.3 overs, SMO Shah 39, H Aslam 31, M van Lingen 3-19)
    Namibia 162-1 (26.0 overs, SJ Loftie-Eaton 67*, N Davin 52, ZE Green 39*)
  • U19 World Cup Group A
    Bangladesh (2) beat South Africa (0) by 43 runs.
    Chittagong, 27 January.
    Bangladesh 240-7 (50.0 overs, Nazmul Shanto 73, Joyraz Sheik 46, Pinak Ghosh 43, PWSA Mulder 3-42)
    South Africa 197 (48.4 overs, L Smith 100, Mohammad Saifuddin 3-30, Mehidi Miraz 3-37)
Group B
                            P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
Pakistan                    3    3    0    0    0    6    0.972
Sri Lanka                   3    2    0    0    1    4    1.373
Afghanistan                 3    1    0    0    2    2   -0.067
Canada                      3    0    0    0    3    0   -2.640
  • U19 World Cup Group B
    Pakistan (2) beat Sri Lanka (0) by 23 runs.
    Mirpur, 3 February.
    Pakistan 212 (48.4 overs, Hasan Mohsin 86, Salman Fayyaz 33, Mohammad Umar 26, P De Silva 2-30, S Nimesh 2-38, B Silva 2-41)
    Sri Lanka 189 (46.4 overs, P Mendis 68, P de Silva 46, Shadab Khan 3-31, Ahmad Shafiq 2-23, Hasan Mohsin 2-28)
  • U19 World Cup Group B
    Afghanistan (2) beat Canada (0) by 4 wickets.
    Sylhet, 1 February.
    Canada 147 (50.0 overs, Arslan Khan 38, Abraash Khan 33, Shamsurrahman 3-21, Muslim Musa 3-31, Rashid Khan 2-20)
    Afghanistan 149-6 (24.1 overs, Tariq 56, Ihsanullah 31, Karim Janet 29, M Patel 3-17, S Patel 2-31)
  • U19 World Cup Group B
    Sri Lanka (2) beat Afghanistan (0) by 33 runs.
    Sylhet, 30 January.
    Sri Lanka 184 (48.1 overs, K Asalanka 71, W Fernando 30, Shamsurraham 3-19, Zahir Khan 2-36, Karim Janat 2-37)
    Afghanistan 151 (44.5 overs, Waheedullah Shafaq 47, Karim Janat 40, l Mendis 3-36, K Asalanka 2-18, B Silva 2-33)
  • U19 World Cup Group B
    Pakistan (2) beat Canada (0) by 7 wickets.
    Sylhet, 30 January.
    Canada 178 (48.3 overs, B Adhihetty 51, Abraash Khan 44, Hasan Khan 3-36, Shadab Khan 2-44)
    Pakistan 180-3 (40.5 overs, Zeeshan Malik 89*, Saif Badar 44)
  • U19 World Cup Group B
    Afghanistan (0) lost to Pakistan (2) by 6 runs.
    Sylhet, 28 January.
    Afghanistan 126 (41.2 overs, Shamsurrahman 53, Karim Janat 27, Shadab Jhan 4-9, Hasan Mohsin 3-24)
    Pakistan 129-4 (31.3 overs, Zeeshan Malik 29, Hasan Mohsin 28*, Zia-ur-Rehamn 2-31)
  • U19 World Cup Group B
    Sri Lanka (2) beat Canada (0) by 196 runs.
    Syhlet, 28 January.
    Sri Lanka 315-6 (50.0 overs, KIC Asalanka 76, S Ashan 74*, W Bandara 61, A Haseeb 2-62)
    Canada 119 (39.2 overs, Arslan Khan 42*, BADN Silva 2-16, SHTN Silva 2-19, AM Fernando 2-19)
Group C
                            P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
England                     3    3    0    0    0    6    3.260
West Indies                 3    2    0    0    1    4    1.353
Zimbabwe                    3    1    0    0    2    2   -0.037
Fiji                        3    0    0    0    3    0   -5.150
  • U19 World Cup Group C
    West Indies (2) beat Zimbabwe (0) by 2 runs.
    Chittagong, 2 February.
    West Indies 226-9 (50.0 overs, S Springer 61, T Imlach 31, G Pope 30, R Magarira 3-28, W Madhevere 2-48)
    Zimbabwe 224 (49.0 overs, S Snyder 52, A Keefe 43, J Ives 37, A Joseph 4-30, S Springer 2-16)
  • U19 World Cup Group C
    West Indies (2) beat Fiji (0) by 262 runs.
    Chittagong, 31 January.
    West Indies 340-7 (50.0 overs, S Springer 106, G Pope 76, J Goolie 66, C Tikoisuva 6-59)
    Fiji 78 (27.3 overs, P Vuniwaga 29, G Pope 4-24, A Joseph 3-15)
  • U19 World Cup Group C
    England (2) beat Zimbabwe (0) by 129 runs.
    Chittagong, 31 January.
    England 288-4 (50.0 overs, J Burnham 106*, D Lawrence 59, M Holden 51, R Magarira 2-36)
    Zimbabwe 159 (43.4 overs, J Ives 91, S Mahmood 4-39, C Taylor 3-14)
  • U19 World Cup Group C
    England (2) beat West Indies (0) by 61 runs.
    Chittagong, 29 January.
    England 282-7 (50.0 overs, C Taylor 59, D Lawrence 55, G Barlett 48, G Pope 2-45)
    West Indies 221 (43.4 overs, K Paul 65, G Pope 60, S Mahmood 4-42, S Curran 2-23, D Lawrence 2-38)
  • U19 World Cup Group C
    Zimbabwe (2) beat Fiji (0) by 7 wickets.
    Chittagong, 29 January.
    Fiji 81 (27.4 overs, W Madhevere 5-24, B Mavuta 3-13)
    Zimbabwe 84-3 (18.5 overs, B Sly 29*, J Baleickoibia 2-19)
  • U19 World Cup Group C
    England (2) beat Fiji (0) by 299 runs.
    Chittagong, 27 January.
    England 371-3 (50.0 overs, D Lawrence 174, J Burnham 148)
    Fiji 72 (27.3 overs, P Vuniwaga 36, S Mahmood 3-2, S Curran 3-22, B Green 2-7)
Group D
                            P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
India                       3    3    0    0    0    6    2.581
Nepal                       3    2    0    0    1    4    0.032
New Zealand                 3    1    0    0    2    2   -0.810
Ireland                     3    0    0    0    3    0   -1.705
Scorecard Report New Zealand (2) beat Ireland (0) by 4 wickets , 1 February.
Scorecard Report Nepal (2) beat Ireland (0) by 8 wickets, 30 January.
Scorecard Photos Report India (2) beat Ireland (0) by 78 runs, 28 January.
  • U19 World Cup Group D
    New Zealand (2) beat Ireland (0) by 4 wickets.
    Fatullah, 1 February.
    Ireland 212 (47.5 overs, J Tector 56, D Dennison 46, G McClintock 34, J Finnie 3-30, R Ravindra 3-36)
    New Zealand 213-6 (40.1 overs, F Allen 97, D Philips 58, G Philips 34, R Anders 4-32, F Tucker 2-26)
  • U19 World Cup Group D
    India (2) beat Nepal (0) by 7 wickets.
    Mirpur, 1 February.
    Nepal 169-8 (48.0 overs, S Sunar 37, Rajbir Singh 35, Aarif Sheikh 26, Avesh Khan 3-34, Washington Sundar 2-20, M Dagar 2-32)
    India 175-3 (18.5 overs, R Pant 78, Ishan Kishan 52, P Tamang 2-41)
  • U19 World Cup Group D
    Nepal (2) beat Ireland (0) by 8 wickets.
    Fatullah, 30 January.
    Ireland 131-9 (50.0 overs, H Tector 30*, J Tector 27, S Lamichhane 5-27, D Airee 2-18)
    Nepal 132-2 (25.3 overs, YS Karki 61*, Aarif Sheikh 31*, S Dhamala 28)
  • U19 World Cup Group D
    India (2) beat New Zealand (0) by 120 runs.
    Mirpur, 30 January.
    India 258-8 (50.0 overs, S Khan 74, R Pant 57, Armaan Jaffer 46, Z Gibson 3-50, N Smith 2-39, R Ravindra 2-41)
    New Zealand 138 (C Leopard 40, F Allen 29, T Scott 29, M Lormor 5-47, Avesh Khan 4-32)
  • U19 World Cup Group D
    Nepal (2) beat New Zealand (0) by 32 runs.
    Fatullah, 28 January.
    Nepal 238-7 (50.0 overs, R Rijal 48, S Sunar 39, Aarif Sheikh 39, N Smith 3-58)
    New Zealand 206 (47.1 overs, G Philips 52, D Philips 41, J Finnie 37, D Airee 3-24, P Tasmang 2-38)
  • U19 World Cup Group D
    India (2) beat Ireland (0) by 78 runs.
    Mirpur, 28 January.
    India 268-9 (50.0 overs, S Khan 74, Washington Sundar 52, R Bhui 39, R Anders 3-35, J Little 3-52)
    Ireland 189 (49.1 overs, W MCClintock 58, L Tucker 57, R Batham 3-15, Avesh Khan 2-24, M Lomror 2-28)
Photographs
Scotland v Ireland (10 February)
Ireland v India (28 January)
Reports & Articles
Afghanistan win plate tournament
Afghanistan have won the Under-19 World Cup plate competition by beating Zimbabwe in the final.
Namibia beat Nepal - secure 2018 qualification
Namibia beat Nepal in the seventh place play-off and secure qualification for the 2018 tournament.
Easy win for Canada to secure 15th place
Canada beat Fiji by 8 wickets to secure 15th place at the Under-19 World Cup.
Ireland beat Scotland by 95 runs
Ireland finished their World Cup campaign on a high note after beating Scotland by 95 runs in their 13th/14th play-off decider.
Namibia thumped by England - will play Nepal for 7th place
Namibia lose to England in a fifth place play-off semi-final.
Nepal lose in 5th place semi-final
Nepal are beaten by Pakistan in the 5th place semi-final.
Afghanistan through to plate final
Afghanistan outplay New Zealand as they reach the plate final.
McCreath stars as Scotland beat Fiji
A fine all-round performance from Finlay McCreath was the catalyst for Scotland's 76 run win over Fiji.
Anders the hero as Ireland beat Canada
RORY ANDERS four wicket haul helped Ireland to a comfortable win over Canada in their 13th place semi-final play-off.
Quarter final defeat for Namibia
A Risabh Pant century leads India to victory over Namibia.
Canada lose again as Under-19 World Cup continues
Canada lose by six wickets to Zimbabwe in the plate quarter finals.
Nepal lose quarter final
Bangladesh reach their first ICC semi-final after beating Nepal in the Under-19 World Cup quarter finals.
Karim Janat leads Afghans to win over Fiji
Fiji's horrible Under-19 World Cup campaign carries on with another big win, this time to Afghanistan.
Phillips boundary blitz stuns Scotland
Glenn Phillips boundary blitz propelled New Zealand to a seven wicket win over Scotland in their 9th place quarter-final clash in Bangladesh.
Ireland thumped by South Africa
IRELAND'S U19 cricketers slipped to an eight wicket loss to South Africa in their 9th place quarter-final play-off at Cox's Bazar in Bangladesh.
Scotland thrashed by South Africa
Scotland slump to comprehensive ten wicket loss to South Africa.
Fastest 50 leads to Nepal defeat
Rishabh Pant scores the fastest ever Under-19 ODI fifty as India thrash Nepal in Mirpur.
First win of tournament for Afghanistan
Afghanistan get their first win of the tournament by beating Canada in Sylhet.
Spirited Ireland lose to New Zealand
Ireland under-19's completed their World Cup group stages in Fatullah with another improved showing but ultimately another defeat as New Zealand claimed 3rd spot in Group D with a four wicket win.
Namibia through to quarter finals after beating defending champions
Namibia make it two associates in the quarter finals after beating defending champions South Africa.
Another big defeat for Fiji
Six wickets for Tikoisuva, but Fiji still beaten heavily by the West Indies.
Scotland lose to hosts Bangladesh
Scotland slipped to a 114 run defeat by hosts Bangladesh in their second match at the U19 World Cup.
Canada defeated again
Canada lose to Pakistan by 7 wickets in Sylhet.
Afghan batting lets them down again
Afghanistan's batting line-up fails again as they lose a low scoring match against Sri Lanka.
Ireland slump to Nepal
IRELAND Under 19's slumped to an eight wicket loss to Nepal in their second game of the ICC U19 World Cup in Bangladesh.
Scotland suffer heavy loss to Namibia
SCOTLAND suffered a chastening defeat at the hands of fellow Associates Namibia in their opening encounter.
Second defeat for Fiji
Fiji lose to Zimbabwe by 7 wickets as their Under-19 World Cup campaign continues.
Eagleson proud of Irish efforts
Ireland Head coach Ryan Eagleson was justifiably proud after his young side went toe to toe with competition favourites India.
Nepal shock New Zealand
Qualifier Nepal caused the first major upset of the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2016 when it stunned New Zealand by 32 runs in a Group D match in Fatullah.
Nepal off to a flyer with win over New Zealand
Nepal record their seventh Under-19 World Cup win over a full member as they beat New Zealand in Fatullah.
Battling Ireland lose to India
Ireland began their campaign with a 79-run defeat by India in Dhaka - however despite the reverse, the Irish camp will take heart from what was a solid performance against a quality Indian outfit.
Heavy defeat for Canada
Canada lose by 199 runs to Sri Lanka as they begin their Under-19 World Cup campaign.
Afghan batsman struggle in defeat to Pakistan
Afghanistan lose to Pakistan by 6 wickets as their Under-19 World Cup campaign begins.
Hapless Fiji crash to defeat
Fiji's Under-19 World Cup starts with a 299 run defeat to England.
Leading coaches wish players good luck
India's legendary all-rounder Kapil Dev has joined national coaches from across the globe to wish 'good luck' to the players taking part in the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup Bangladesh.
Sloman replaces Cameron in Scotland squad
Following an injury to Scotland bowler Scott Cameron during the official warm up matches, it has been confirmed he is unable to play no further part in the tournament.
Ireland lose to Canada
Ireland's under-19's suffered a second consecutive World Cup warm-up defeat in Savar on Monday when a disappointing batting collapse saw them lose by four wickets to Canada.
Eagleson hopeful ahead of World Cup clashes
Ireland Under 19 Head Coach Ryan Eagleson on his side's chances in the World Cup in Bangladesh.
Scotland win final warm up match
Scotland defeated Fiji by 21 runs in their final warm up match which was reduced to 36 overs a side after fog delayed the start.
Ireland lose to Afghanistan
Ireland's under-19's began their official World Cup warm-up campaign with a disappointing 126-run defeat at the hands of an impressive Afghanistan side
Scotland U19 lose warm up match to West Indies
Scotland U19 lost by 148 runs to West Indies in their first warm up match in Fatullah.
Ireland lose warm-up to South Africa
Ireland's Under 19 cricketers shook off the winter cobwebs as they played an unofficial warm-up match against their South African counterparts in Dubai where they have been for the past four days.
Chopra hails once in a lifetime opportunity
TEENAGE Coleraine cricketer Varun Chopra has spoken of his excitement after being named in the Ireland squad for the ICC Under-19 World Cup tournament which begins in Bangladesh at the end of this month.
Gillespie relishing World Cup lifeline
Preparations are now well under way for the Ireland under-19 squad's departure to the World Cup with five North West-based teenagers joining up with the rest of the party heading for Bangladesh.
O'Brien encourages Ireland U19s
Ireland's Kevin O'Brien recalls how his participation in this tournament has helped him develop as a cricketer.
Brothers in Arms as Ireland announce squad
Three sets of brothers included in Ireland U19 World Cup squad.
Scotland squad announced
The Scotland squad for the Under 19 World Cup in Bangladesh in January and February has been announced.
Squads
Afghanistan logo Afghanistan
  • Ihsanullah Janat (captain)
  • Zia-ur-Rehman Akbar
  • Zahir Ahmadzai
  • Qais Hassan
  • Karim Janat
  • Ikram Ali Khail
  • Shamsurrahman Wali Khail
  • Zahir Khan
  • Muslim Musa
  • Nijat Masood
  • Parwiz Malikzai
  • Nasir Omar
  • Naveed Obaid
  • Waheed Shafaq
  • Tariq Stanikzai
Ireland logo Ireland
  • Jack Tector (captain)
  • Rory Anders
  • Andrew Austin
  • Varun Chopra
  • Adam Dennison
  • Stephen Doheny
  • Aaron Gillespie
  • Josh Little
  • Gary McClintock
  • William McClintock
  • Tom Stanton
  • Harry Tector
  • Fiachra Tucker
  • Lorcan Tucker
  • Ben White
Bangladesh logo Bangladesh
  • Mehidy Hassan Miraz (captain)
  • Jaker Ali Anik
  • Saleh Ahmed Shawon Gazi
  • Mohammed Saif Hassan
  • Zakir Hasan
  • Shafiul Hayet
  • Mehede Hasan
  • Mohammad Abdul Halim
  • Joyraj Sheik Imon
  • Ariful Islam Jony
  • Sanjit Saha
  • Najmul Hossain Shanto
  • Saeed Sarker
  • Shaif Uddin
Canada logo Canada
  • Abraash Khan (captain)
  • Bhavindu Adhihetty
  • Thursaanth Anantharajah
  • Akash Gill
  • Abdul Haseeb
  • Suliman Khan
  • Arslan Khan
  • Mamik Luthra
  • Miraj Patel
  • Shlok Patel
  • Kurt Ramdath
  • Sarbot Sivia
  • Harsh Thaker
  • Amish Taploo
  • Prushoth Wijayaraj
England logo England
  • Brad Taylor (captain)
  • George Bartlett
  • Jack Burnham
  • Mason Crane
  • Sam Curran
  • Ryan Davies
  • Aneurin Donald
  • George Garton
  • Ben Green
  • Max Holden
  • Dan Lawrence
  • Saqib Mahmood
  • Tom Moores
  • Callum Taylor
  • Jared Warner
Fiji logo Fiji
  • Saimoni Tuitoga (captain)
  • Josaia Baleicikoibia
  • Malakai Cokovaki
  • Petero Cabebula
  • Jack Charters
  • Jordan Dunham
  • Vaibhav Kapadia
  • Delaimatuku Maraiwai
  • Ledua Qionivoka
  • Samuel Saunokonoko
  • Cakacaka Tikoisuva
  • Peni Vuniwaqa
  • Sosiceni Weleilakeba
  • Tuwai Yabaki
India logo India
  • Ishan Kishan (captain)
  • Rishabh Pant
  • Khaleel Ahmed
  • Zeeshan Ansari
  • Rahul Batham
  • Ricky Bhui
  • Mayank Dagar
  • Armaan Jaffer
  • Sarfaraz Khan
  • Amandeep Khare
  • Avesh Khan
  • Mahipal Lomror
  • Shubham Mavi
  • Anmolpreet Singh
  • Washington Sundar
Namibia logo Namibia
  • Zane Green (captain)
  • Petrus Burger
  • Charl Brits
  • Fritz Coetzee
  • Niko Davin
  • Sj Loftie-Eaton
  • Mushi Honga
  • Burton Jacobs
  • Lohan Louwrens
  • Jurgen Linde
  • Michael Van Lingen
  • Chrischen Oliver
  • Francios Rautenbach
  • Warren Van Wyk
  • Eben Van Wyk
Nepal logo Nepal
  • Raju Rijal (captain)
  • Dipendra Airee
  • MD Sunil Dhamala
  • Himanshu Dutta
  • Saurabh Khanal
  • Sushil Kandel
  • Yogendra Karki
  • Sandeep Lamichhane
  • Ishan Pandey
  • Shankar Rana
  • Prem Tamang
  • Arif Sheikh
  • Sandeep Sunar
  • Dipesh Shrestha
  • Rajbir Singh
New Zealand logo New Zealand
  • Josh Finnie (captain)
  • Finnley Allen
  • Josh Clarkson
  • Zak Gibson
  • Christian Leopard
  • Felix Murray
  • Aniket Parikh
  • Dale Phillips
  • Glenn Phillips
  • Rachin Ravindra
  • Talor Scott
  • Ben Sears
  • Nathan Smith
  • Daniel Stanley
  • Ross ter Braak
Pakistan logo Pakistan
  • Gohar Hafeez (captain)
  • Muhammad Asad
  • Saif Ali
  • Saif Badar
  • Sameen Gul
  • Salman Fayyaz
  • Shadab Khan
  • Hasan Khan
  • Irfan Liaqat
  • Hasan Mohsin
  • Umair Masood
  • Zeeshan Malik
  • Arsal Sheikh
  • Ahmad Shafiq
  • Mohammad Umar
Scotland logo Scotland
  • Neil Flack (captain)
  • Haris Aslam
  • Ryan Brown
  • Scott Cameron
  • Harris Carnegie
  • Mohammad Azeem Dar
  • Mohammad Ghaffar
  • Rory Johnston
  • Ihtisham Malik
  • Finlay McCreath
  • Mitchell Rao
  • Owais Shah
  • Simon Whait
  • Jack Waller
  • Ben Wilkinson
South Africa logo South Africa
  • Tony de Zorzi (captain)
  • Ziyaad Abrahams
  • Dean Foxcroft
  • Dayyaan Galiem
  • Willie Ludick
  • Wandile Makwethu
  • Conner McKerr
  • Rivaldo Moonsamy
  • Wiaan Mulder
  • Luke Philander
  • Farhaan Sayanvala
  • Lutho Sipamla
  • Liam Smith
  • Kyle Verreynne
  • Sean Whitehead
Sri Lanka logo Sri Lanka
  • Charith Asalanka (captain)
  • Shammu Ashan
  • Kaveen Bandara
  • Jehan Daniel
  • Wanidu Hasaranga
  • Asitha Fernando
  • Avishka Fernando
  • Lahiru Kumara
  • Kamindu Mendis
  • Charana Nanayakkara
  • Thilan Nimesh
  • Salindu Ushan
  • Lahiru Samarakoon
  • Damitha Silva
  • Vishad Randika
West Indies logo West Indies
  • Shimron Hetmyer (captain)
  • Keemo Paul
  • Kacey Carty
  • Shahid Crooks
  • Michael Frew
  • Jyd Goolie
  • Tevin Imlach
  • Ryan John
  • Alzarri Joseph
  • Kirstan Kallicharan
  • Obed McCoy
  • Gidron Pope
  • Odean Smith
  • Shamar Springer
  • Emmanuel Stewart
Zimbabwe logo Zimbabwe
  • Brandon Mavuta (captain)
  • Trevvor Chibvongodze
  • Jeremy Ives
  • Adam Keefe
  • Kundai Matigimu
  • William Mashinge
  • Wessly Madhevere
  • Rugare Magarira
  • Sydney Murombo
  • Ryan Murray
  • Richard Ngarava
  • Akshay Patel
  • Brendan Sly
  • Shaun Snyder
  • Milton Shumba