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  • U19 World Cup, Main Competition
    Australia lost to India by 8 wickets.
    Bay Oval, Tauranga, 3 February.
    Australia 216 (47.2 overs, J Merlo 76, Param Uppal 34, Ishan Porel 2-30, Anukul Roy 2-32, Shiva Singh 2-36)
    India 220-2 (38.5 overs, Manjot Kalra 101*, Harvik Desai 47*, Shubman Gill 31)
  • U19 World Cup, Main Competition
    Bangladesh lost to South Africa by 8 wickets.
    Queenstown, 31 January.
    Bangladesh 178 (41.4 overs, Afif Hossain 63, Shakil Hossain 61, F Jones 5-33, A Mnyaka 3-27)
    South Africa 180-2 (38.3 overs, R von Tonder 82*, H Rolfes 44*, MP Breetzke 36)
  • U19 World Cup, Main Competition
    India beat Pakistan by 203 runs.
    Christchurch, 30 January.
    India 272-9 (50.0 overs, S Gill 102*, Manjot Kalra 47, PP Shaw 41, Muhammad Musa 4-67, Arshad Iqbal 3-51)
    Pakistan 69 (39.3 overs, IC Porel 4-17, R Parag 2-6, Shiva Singh 2-20)
  • U19 World Cup, Main Competition
    New Zealand lost to England by 32 runs.
    Queenstown, 30 January.
    England 261-7 (50.0 overs, T Banton 112, J Davies 63, LI Georgeson 3-28, R Ravindra 2-80)
    New Zealand 229 (47.1 overs, F Allen 87, K Clarke 60, K Boshier 31, W Jacks 3-41, E Woods 3-44, D Pennington 2-37)
  • U19 World Cup, Main Competition
    Afghanistan lost to Australia by 6 wickets.
    Christchurch, 29 January.
    Afghanistan 181 (48.0 overs, Ikram Ali Khil 80, J Merio 4-24, Z Evans 2-26)
    Australia 182-4 (37.3 overs, J Edwards 72, P Uppal 32*, J Sangha 26, Qais Ahmad 2-35)
  • U19 World Cup, Main Competition
    Bangladesh beat England by 5 wickets.
    Queenstown, 28 January.
    England 216 (47.2 overs, L Banks 74, H Brook 66, J Davies 26, Afif Hossain 3-18, Hasan Mahmud 3-29, Qazi Onik 2-46)
    Bangladesh 220-5 (47.3 overs, Afif Hossain 71, Saif Hassan 59, Mohammad Rakib 28*, A Finch 2-36)
  • U19 World Cup, Main Competition
    South Africa beat New Zealand by 73 runs.
    Christchurch, 27 January.
    South Africa 284-6 (50.0 overs, R von Tonder 117, MP Breetzke 115, MJ Fisher 2-59)
    New Zealand 211 (43.5 overs, DN Phillips 74, K Boshier 27, Sandeep Patel 26, G Coetzee 5-32, A Mnyaka 2-49)
  • U19 World Cup, Main Competition
    India beat Bangladesh by 131 runs.
    Queenstown, 26 January.
    India 265 (49.2 overs, S Gill 86, A Sharma 50, P Shaw 40, Qazi Onik 3-48, Nayeem Hasan 2-36, Saif Hassan 2-41)
    Bangladesh 134 (42.1 overs, Pinak Ghosh 43, KL Nagarkoti 3-18, A Sharma 2-11, Shivam Mavi 2-27)
  • U19 World Cup, Main Competition
    Afghanistan beat New Zealand by 202 runs.
    Christchurch, 25 January.
    Afghanistan 309-6 (50.0 overs, Rahmanullah Gurbaz 69, Ibrahim Zadran 68, Bahir Shah 67*, Sandeep Patel 2-13)
    New Zealand 107 (28.1 overs, K Clarke 38, D Phillips 31, Mujeeb Zadran 4-14, Qais Ahmed 4-33)
  • U19 World Cup, Main Competition
    South Africa lost to Pakistan by 3 wickets.
    Hagley Oval, Christchurch, 24 January.
    South Africa 189-9 (50.0 overs, W Makwetu 60, J Niemand 36, Muhammad Musa 3-29, Shaheen Afridi 2-30)
    Pakistan 190-7 (47.5 overs, Ali Zaryab 74*, Saad Khan 26, J Niemand 2-31)
  • U19 World Cup, Main Competition
    Australia beat England by 31 runs.
    John Davies Oval, Queenstown, 23 January.
    Australia 127 (33.3 overs, J Sangha 58, D Pennington 3-27, W Jacks 3-21, E Bamber 3-31)
    England 96 (23.4 overs, T banton 58, L Pope 8-35)
Plate Championship
Scorecard Ireland beat Namibia by 102 runs, 27 January.
Scorecard Papua New Guinea lost to Ireland by 3 wickets, 25 January.
Scorecard Ireland lost to West Indies by 4 wickets, 23 January.
  • U19 World Cup, Plate
    Zimbabwe beat Canada by 138 runs.
    Rangiora, 28 January.
    Zimbabwe 272-8 (50.0 overs, W Madhevere 93, D Myers 46, T Makoni 30, Faisal Jamkhandi 2-65)
    Canada 134 (37.5 overs, A Gill 60, W Madhevere 4-24, N Nungu 2-14, TM Harrison 2-39)
  • U19 World Cup, Plate
    Sri Lanka beat West Indies by 3 wickets.
    Lincoln, 28 January.
    West Indies 254-5 (50.0 overs, A Athanaze 110*, BO Barnes 37*, P Jayawickrama 2-33, LN Malinga 2-63)
    Sri Lanka 255-7 (49.4 overs, H Boyagoda 116, D Lakshan 98, B Yadram 2-42, J Hoyte 2-44)
  • U19 World Cup, Plate
    Kenya beat Papua New Guinea by 14 runs.
    Rangiora, 27 January.
    Kenya 176 (50.0 overs, JR Mepani 44, S Vasudev 31, A Desai 27, SI Kamea 3-24, JJ Tau 2-36)
    Papua New Guinea 162 (48.3 overs, NR Rarua 47, O Sam 30, G Mwendwa 4-37, JR Mepani 3-22)
  • U19 World Cup, Plate
    Ireland beat Namibia by 102 runs.
    Lincoln, Christchurch, 27 January.
    Ireland 288-6 (50.0 overs, H Tector 101, N Rock 55, J Grassi 51, M Ngupita 2-41)
    Namibia 186 (39.1 overs, L Louwrens 62, G Lottering 46, N Loftie-Eaton 28, J Little 3-33, JJ Garth 2-39)
  • U19 World Cup, Plate
    West Indies beat Canada by 187 runs.
    Lincoln, 26 January.
    West Indies 323-8 (50.0 overs, K Simmons 166, A Athanaze 87, A Gill 4-54, Rommel Shahzad 2-55)
    Canada 136 (47.3 overs, K Naress 61, A Khan 31, RJ Alimohamed 2-17, A Athanaze 2-20, B Yadram 2-31)
  • U19 World Cup, Plate
    Papua New Guinea lost to Ireland by 3 wickets.
    Rangiora, 25 January.
    Papua New Guinea 121 (37.1 overs, I Mahuru 45, H Toua 39, JJ Garth 4-18, H Tector 3-32, J Little 2-18)
    Ireland 122 (41.5 overs, N Rock 43, J Tau 4-45, S Kamea 2-22)
  • U19 World Cup, Plate
    Kenya lost to Namibia by 8 wickets.
    Lincoln, 25 January.
    Kenya 176 (46.5 overs, A Gandhi 52, A Desai 32, P Burger 5-24, B Shikongo 3-29)
    Namibia 180-2 (27.0 overs, L Louwrens 114, J Linde 30, S Fouche 28*)
  • U19 World Cup, Plate
    Zimbabwe lost to Sri Lanka by 5 wickets.
    Lincoln, 25 January.
    Zimbabwe 259-4 (50.0 overs, J Schadendorf 74, M Shumba 62*, D Miambo 52, T Rashmika 2-58)
    Sri Lanka 260-5 (45.3 overs, K Fernando 109*, M Fernando 68, K Bandara 38*, N Nungu 2-49)
  • U19 World Cup, Plate
    Ireland lost to West Indies by 4 wickets.
    Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Christchurch, 23 January.
    Ireland 278-8 (50.0 overs, N Rock 91, H Tector 69, M Donegan 38, J Royal 3-59, R Alimohamed 2-31)
    West Indies 281-6 (48.2 overs, N Young 55*, B Yadram 53, E Stewart 50, M Neville 2-53)
  • U19 World Cup, Plate
    Sri Lanka beat Kenya by 311 runs.
    Lincoln No. 3, Christchurch, 23 January.
    Sri Lanka 419-5 (50.0 overs, H Boyagoda 191, N Madushka 60, K Mendis 53, A Chidambaram 2-68)
    Kenya 108 (35.5 overs, T Ochieng 45, H Buddhila 4-27, N Malinga 2-14)
  • U19 World Cup, Plate
    Canada beat Papua New Guinea by 80 runs.
    Lincoln, 22 January.
    Canada 265-8 (50.0 overs, A Gill 120, A Khan 35, A Deosammy 35, J Tau 2-37, L Morea 2-69)
    Papua New Guinea 185 (44.1 overs, S Atai 81, A Pathmanathan 3-23, F Jamkhandi 3-48, P Pretorius 2-38)
  • U19 World Cup, Plate
    Namibia lost to Zimbabwe by 7 wickets.
    Lincoln, 22 January.
    Namibia 113 (40.1 overs, N Nungu 2-11, W Madhevere 2-11, D Myers 2-29)
    Zimbabwe 114-3 (19.3 overs, W Madhevere 47, A Frost 30*)
Group A
                            P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
New Zealand                 3    3    0    0    0    6     2.58
South Africa                3    2    0    0    1    4     1.16
West Indies                 3    1    0    0    2    2     0.66
Kenya                       3    0    0    0    3    0    -4.23
  • U19 World Cup, Group A
    New Zealand (2) beat South Africa (0) by 71 runs.
    Mount Maunganui, 20 January.
    New Zealand 279-8 (50.0 overs, R Ravindra 76, J Bhula 44, D Phillips 43, K Molefe 2-49)
    South Africa 208 (46.2 overs, H Rolfes 108, J du Plessis 54, R Ravindra 4-32, J Bhula 2-25, M Fisher 2-36)
  • U19 World Cup, Group A
    West Indies (2) beat Kenya (0) by 222 runs.
    Lincoln, 20 January.
    West Indies 318-7 (50.0 overs, A Athanaze 116*, K Melius 60, N Young 57, A Desai 3-54)
    Kenya 96 (24.4 overs, A Ghandhi 37, J Royal 4-25, B Yadram 5-18)
  • U19 World Cup, Group A
    New Zealand (2) beat Kenya (0) by 243 runs.
    17 January.
    New Zealand 436-4 (50.0 overs, J Bhula 180, R Ravindra 117, F Allen 90)
    Kenya 193-4 (50.0 overs, A Gandhi 63, T Ochieng 39, A Desai 28, R Ravindra 2-33)
  • U19 World Cup, Group A
    South Africa beat West Indies (2) by 76 runs.
    Mount Maunganui, 17 January.
    South Africa 282-8 (50.0 overs, W Makwetu 99*, J Pillay 47, G Coetzee 29)
    West Indies 206 (45.3 overs, A Athanaze 76, K Kallicharan 44, H Rolfes 4-33, G Coetzee 2-21, J de Klerk 2-40)
  • U19 World Cup, Group A
    Kenya (0) lost to South Africa (2) by 169 runs.
    Lincoln, 14 January.
    South Africa 341-7 (50.0 overs, R von Tonder 143, J Pillay 62, G Coetzee 36*, J Kundi 2-49, J Mepani 2-60)
    Kenya 172-7 (50.0 overs, J Kundi 41, A Hirani 35*, A Mnyaka 2-9, K Smith 2-36)
  • U19 World Cup, Group A
    New Zealand (2) beat West Indies (0) by 8 wickets.
    Bay Oval, Tauranga, 13 January.
    West Indies 233-8 (50.0 overs, Keagan Simmons 92*, Kimani Melius 78, Rachin Ravindra 3-30, Matthew Fisher 3-61, Felix Murray 2-37)
    New Zealand 234-2 (39.3 overs, Finn Allen 115*, Jakob Bhula 83)
Group B
                            P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
India                       3    3    0    0    0    6     3.93
Australia                   3    2    0    0    1    4     3.72
Zimbabwe                    3    1    0    0    2    2    -3.03
Papua New Guinea            3    0    0    0    3    0    -5.61
  • U19 World Cup, Group B
    Australia (2) beat Papua New Guinea (0) by 311 runs.
    Lincoln, Christchurch, 19 January.
    Australia 370-8 (50.0 overs, N McSweeney 156, J Sangha 88, P Updai 61, J Tau 2-42, L Morea 2-59, S Kamea 2-63)
    Papua New Guinea 59 (24.5 overs, J Ralston 7-15)
  • U19 World Cup, Group B
    India (2) beat Zimbabwe (0) by 10 wickets.
    Mount Maunganui, 19 January.
    Zimbabwe 154 (48.1 overs, M Shumba 36, L Roche 31, W Madhevere 30, A Roy 4-20, A Singh 2-10, A Sharma 2-22)
    India 155-0 (21.4 overs, S Gill 90*, H Desai 56*)
  • U19 World Cup, Group B
    Zimbabwe (0) lost to Australia (2) by 7 wickets.
    Lincoln, 17 January.
    Zimbabwe 134 (33.2 overs, R Chimhinya 27, X Barlett 3-20, W Sutherland 2-21, L Pope 2-31)
    Australia 135-3 (18.2 overs, M Bryant 44, J Edwards 40, J Sangha 30)
  • U19 World Cup, Group B
    India (2) beat Papua New Guinea (0) by 10 wickets.
    Mount Maunganui, 16 January.
    Papua New Guinea 64 (21.5 overs, AS Roy 5-14, S Mavi 2-16)
    India 67-0 (8.0 overs, P Shaw 57*)
  • U19 World Cup, Group B
    India (2) beat Australia (0) by 100 runs.
    Mount Maunganui, 14 January.
    India 328-7 (50.0 overs, P Shaw 94, M Kalra 86, S Gill 63, J Edwards 4-65)
    Australia 228 (42.5 overs, J Edwards 73, B Holt 39, J Merlo 38, K Nagarkoti 3-29, S Mavi 3-45)
  • U19 World Cup, Group B
    Zimbabwe (2) beat Papua New Guinea (0) by 10 wickets.
    Lincoln No 3, Christchurch , 13 January.
    Papua New Guinea 95 (20.0 overs, Igo Mahuru 26, Wesseley Madevere 3-19, Milton Shumba 2-19)
    Zimbabwe 98-0 (14.0 overs, Wesseley Madevere 53*, Gregory Dollar 41*)
Group C
                            P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
England                     3    3    0    0    0    6     4.17
Bangladesh                  3    2    0    0    1    4     2.19
Canada                      3    1    0    0    2    2    -2.11
Namibia                     3    0    0    0    3    0    -2.69
  • U19 World Cup, Group C
    England (2) beat Canada (0) by 282 runs.
    Queenstown, 20 January.
    England 383-7 (50.0 overs, L Banks 120, W Jacks 102, J Davies 57, Faisal Jamkhandi 3-68, P Pretorius 3-69)
    Canada 101 (31.5 overs, P Sisodiya 3-23, A Finch 2-10, L Hollman 2-21)
  • U19 World Cup, Group C
    Canada (2) beat Namibia (0) by 4 wickets.
    18 January.
    Namibia 103 (46.0 overs, L Louwrens 38, E van Wyk 32, E van Mollienderf 30, A Gill 4-43, R Shahzad 2-27, A Pathmanathan 2-38)
    Canada 197-6 (42.0 overs, A Khan 72, A Gill 52, K Singh 50*, P Burger 2-29, S Fouche 2-34)
  • U19 World Cup, Group C
    Bangladesh (0) lost to England (2) by 7 wickets.
    18 January.
    Bangladesh 175 (49.2 overs, A Hossain 63, A Islam 31, E Bamber 3-19, E Woods 3-26)
    England 177-3 (29.3 overs, H Brook 102*, E Woods 48*)
  • U19 World Cup, Group C
    England (2) beat Namibia (0) by 8 wickets.
    John Davies Oval, Queenstown, 15 January.
    Namibia 196-9 (50.0 overs, S Foche 44, N Loftie-Eaton 36, L Hollman 3-41, T Sciver 2-30, H Brook 2-32)
    England 198-2 (24.1 overs, W Jacks 73*, H Brook 59*, G Lottering 2-33)
  • U19 World Cup, Group C
    Bangladesh (2) beat Canada (0) by 66 runs.
    Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Christchurch, 15 January.
    Bangladesh 264-8 (50.0 overs, Tawhid Hridoy 122, Atif Hossain 50, MN Sheikh 47, Faisal Jamkhandi 5-48)
    Canada 198 (49.3 overs, Arslan Khan 63, Pranav Sharma 34, Atif Hossain 5-43, Hasan Mahmud 2-23)
  • U19 World Cup, Group C
    Bangladesh (2) beat Namibia (0) by 87 runs.
    Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln, Christchurch , 13 January.
    Bangladesh 190-4 (20.0 overs, Mohammad Saif Hassan 87, Naim Sheikh 60)
    Namibia 103-6 (20.0 overs, Eben van Wyk 55*, Hasan Mahmud 2-12, Qazi Onik 2-14)
Group D
                            P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
Pakistan                    3    2    0    0    1    4     1.40
Afghanistan                 3    2    0    0    1    4     0.33
Sri Lanka                   3    1    0    0    2    2    -1.08
Ireland                     3    1    0    0    2    2    -1.90
Scorecard Ireland (2) beat Afghanistan (0) by 4 runs, 20 January.
Scorecard Ireland (0) lost to Pakistan (2) by 9 wickets, 16 January.
Scorecard Ireland (0) lost to Sri Lanka (2) by 7 wickets, 14 January.
  • U19 World Cup, Group D
    Ireland (2) beat Afghanistan (0) by 4 runs.
    Cobham Oval, 20 January.
    Ireland 225-8 (50.0 overs, G Kennedy 37*, H Tector 36, N Rock 35, Qais Ahmed 3-32, Wafadar 3-50)
    Afghanistan 221 (49.2 overs, Bahir Shah 34, Tariq Stanikzai 33, H Tector 3-37, J Little 2-40)
  • U19 World Cup, Group D
    Sri Lanka (0) lost to Pakistan (2) by 3 wickets.
    Cobham Oval, Whangerei, 19 January.
    Sri Lanka 188 (48.2 overs, J Daniel 53, K Bandars 37, S Shafqat 3-29, Shaheen Afridi 2-41)
    Pakistan 190-7 (43.3 overs, A Asif 59, Zaid Alam 28, T Rashmuka 3-47)
  • U19 World Cup, Group D
    Afghanistan (2) beat Sri Lanka (0) by 32 runs.
    Whangarei, 17 January.
    Afghanistan 284-7 (50.0 overs, Ibrahim Zadran 86, Darwish Rasooli 63, Ikram Ali Khil 55, T Rahmika 2-64, LN Malinga 2-56)
    Sri Lanka 202 (37.3 overs, JKC Daniel 48, KSW Arachhchige 41, KNA Bandara 38, Naveen -ul-Haq 4-35, Azmatullah Omarzai 2-37, Qais Ahmad 2-37)
    DLS Method: par score 234 in 38 overs.
  • U19 World Cup, Group D
    Pakistan (2) beat Ireland (0) by 9 wickets.
    Whangarei, 16 January.
    Ireland 97 (28.5 overs, Shaheen Afridi 6-15, Hasan Khan 3-16)
    Pakistan 98-1 (8.5 overs, Zaid Alam 43*, Hasan Khan 27*)
  • U19 World Cup, Group D
    Ireland (0) lost to Sri Lanka (2) by 7 wickets.
    Whangarei, 14 January.
    Ireland 207-8 (48.0 overs, J Grassi 75, M Donegan 36, K Mendis 3-35)
    Sri Lanka 208-3 (37.3 overs, L Lakshan 101*, K Mendis 74*, A Cawley 2-26)
  • U19 World Cup, Group D
    Afghanistan (2) beat Pakistan (0) by 5 wickets.
    Whangarei, 13 January.
    Pakistan 188 (47.4 overs, Rohail Nazir 81, Azmatullah Omarzai 3-34, Qais Ahmad 3-38)
    Afghanistan 194-5 (47.3 overs, Darwish Rasool 76*, Ikram Ali 46)
Warmup Matches
Scorecard England beat Ireland by 125 runs, 9 January.
Photos
Ireland various (26 January)
Afghanistan v New Zealand (25 January)
Australia v England (23 January)
Kenya v West Indies (20 January)
Ireland v Afghanistan (20 January)
New Zealand v South Africa (20 January)
Canada v England (20 January)
Pakistan v Sri Lanka (19 January)
India v Zimbabwe (19 January)
Australia v PNG (19 January)
Canada v Namibia (18 January)
Bangladesh v England (18 January)
New Zealand v Kenya (17 January)
Australia v Zimbabwe (17 January)
South Africa v West Indies (17 January)
Afghanistan v Sri Lanka (17 January)
India v PNG (16 January)
Ireland v Pakistan (16 January)
England v Namibia (15 January)
Bangladesh v Canada (15 January)
Ireland v Sri Lanka (14 January)
Kenya v South Africa (14 January)
Australia v India (14 January)
Afghanistan v Pakistan (13 January)
Bangladesh v Namibia (13 January)
PNG v Zimbabwe (13 January)
West Indies v New Zealand (13 January)
Rewind to 2010 (11 January)
Rewind to 2008 (10 January)
Rewind to 2006 (10 January)
Warm up games (2) (9 January)
Warm-up games (1) (8 January)
Opening Ceremony in Christchurch (7 January)
U19 World Cup launch (4 January)
Reports
India lift title with easy win over Australia
Opener Manjot Kalra produced a sparkling 101 not out as India scored a handsome eight-wicket victory over Australia.
South Africa beat Bangladesh
Fast bowlers Fraser Jones and Akhonya Mnyaka ripped through Bangladesh’s batting line-up as South Africa scored a comfortable eight-wicket victory at the John Davies Oval to finish fifth.
What now for Ireland U19's?
The dust has settled on the Irish Under 19 World campaign and with the team currently en route back to Dublin from New Zealand, we take a look at how the campaign will be remembered.
Gill hits hundred as India crush Pakistan
Shubman Gill produced a classy century in the face of some fine fast bowling as India marched into their sixth final at the U19 World Cup with a facile 203 runs victory over Pakistan.
Australia end Afghanistan dream
All-rounders Jack Edwards and Jonathan Merlo came up with determined performances as Australia kept themselves in line for a fourth title by registering a comfortable six-wicket victory over Afghanistan
Tector hundred ensures Ireland end on winning note
Harry Tector’s brilliant century ensured Ireland’s Under 19 cricketers finished the World Cup on a winning note with a 102-run win over Namibia in the 13th place play-off clash in Christchurch.
Final averages for Ireland at U19 World Cup 2018
Neil Rock leads the batting averages and JJ Garth the bowling averages.
Simmons century puts West Indies in plate final
An innings of 166 by Keegan Simmons - and a poor Canadian batting performance - puts the West Indies in the plate final.
Afghanistan stun New Zealand
A 23-ball blitzkrieg of 66 from Azmatullah Omarzai was backed up by some precise bowling by spinners Mujeeb Zadran and Qais Ahmad as Afghanistan registered a thumping 202 runs victory over New Zealand.
Ireland beat PNG in low scoring contest
JJ Garth's Man-of-the-Match four wicket haul coupled with an invaluable 43 from Neil Rock saw Ireland beat Papua New Guinea by three wickets in a low scoring contest in Rangiora.
A win at last for Namibia
Namibia record their first win of the tournament against fellow African associate Kenya.
Pakistan beat South Africa
A composed 74 not out from Ali Zaryab ensured that the hard work of fast bowlers Muhamad Musa and Shaheen Afridi did not go waste when he guided Pakistan to a three-wicket victory over South Africa
Ireland beaten by West Indies
Half centuries from Neil Rock and Harry Tector weren't enough to prevent Ireland's Under 19's losing their Plate quarter-final against West Indies in Christchurch.
Pope takes 8 wickets as Australia stun England
Leg-spinner Lloyd Pope produced a dream spell of 9.4-2-35-8 as Australia defeated England by 31 runs in a dramatic fashion.
Namibia lose again
Another defeat for Namibia sees Zimbabwe reach the plate semi-finals.
Gill century puts Canada in plate semi-finals
Akash Gill scores a century to help Canada beat Papua New Guinea in the plate quarter final.
Ireland claim dramatic win over Afghanistan
Ireland’s Under 19 cricketers sealed a dramatic four-run win over Afghanistan in their World Cup clash in New Zealand.
Ireland hold their nerve in thriller
Ireland beat Afghanistan by 4 runs in the most exciting match of the competition so far.
Banks and Jacks centuries end Canadian hopes
Canada's outside chance of reaching the quarter finals ended today with a big defeat against England.
India, Pakistan and Australia progress
Anukul Roy took four for 20 and Shubman Gill scored an unbeaten 90 to help India fashion a 10-wicket victory , while Nathan McSweeney slammed 156 and fast bowler Jason Ralston took 7-15 as Australia thumped PNG.
Wins for England and Canada
Captain Harry Brook scored a fine century as England defeated Bangladesh by seven wickets, while Canada chased down 193 to beat Namibia by four wickets.
Another big defeat for Papua New Guinea
Another huge defeat for Papua New Guinea, this time against Australia.
Canada record first win by an associate
The first win by an associate side at this year's tournament has happened with Canada beating Namibia.
Afridi rips through Ireland
Pakistan were determined to put up a strong performance against Ireland after having lost to Afghanistan and got this through fast bowler Shaheen Afridi.
Pakistan thump Ireland
Ireland Under 19's slumped to an emphatic nine-wicket loss against Pakistan in their second World Cup game in New Zealand to all but end their hopes of qualification for the quarter-finals.
Big defeat for Papua New Guinea
Another 10 wicket defeat for Papua New Guinea, this time against India.
Canada open campaign with defeat
A century by Towhid Hridoy means that Canada are beaten by Bangladesh as their Under-19 World Cup campaign gets underway.
Kenya well beaten by South Africa
South Africa scored a massive 341 for seven after electing to bat in the Group A match. This was South Africa’s second highest total in the World Cup after their 359 for six against Namibia in 2012.
Another defeat for Namibia
Two defeats from two for Namibia as they lose to England in Queenstown.
Ireland beaten by Sri Lanka
Ireland's Under 19's have been beaten by seven wickets against Sri Lanka in their opening World Cup match in New Zealand.
Afghanistan beat Pakistan
Afghanistan start their campaign with a fantastic five-wicket win over Pakistan.
Papua New Guinea crash to opening defeat
Zimbabwe beat Papua New Guinea by 10 wickets to start their Under-19 World Cup campaign.
Namibia beaten heavily as tournament kicks off
Namibia are beaten heavily by Bangladesh as the Under-19 World Cup gets underway in New Zealand.
Tector century in vain as Ireland lose to England
Harry Tector scored a century for Ireland Under 19's but it wasn't enough to save them from a comprehensive 125-run loss against England in their first World Cup warm-up game in Christchurch.
Afghanistan beat Bangladesh in warm-up
Afghanistan gave an early warning of their potential in the U19 World Cup when they pulled off an impressive 56-run victory over Bangladesh in a warm-up match.
Ireland warm-up games start in earnest
After a sodden start, Ireland's U19 cricketers will be hoping to finally get on the pitch this week when they play their two official warm-up matches in Christchurch.
Group D preview
Pakistan, Afghanistan and Sri Lanka will all present huge challenges to Ireland.
Group C preview
Bangladesh and England are expected to top a group that includes Canada and Namibia.
Soggy start for Ireland U19's
Ireland's World Cup preparations got off to a soggy start as their warm-up game against an Auckland Development XI was abandoned.
Group B preview
Australia, India, Papua New Guinea and Zimbabwe make up the group.
Group A preview
2016 winners West Indies and 2014 champions South Africa compete against hosts New Zealand and Kenya.
Squads
Afghanistan logo Afghanistan
  • Naveen-ul-Haq (captain)
  • Azmatullah Omarzai
  • Baheer Shah
  • Darwish Rasooli
  • Ikram Ali Khil
  • Mohammad Ibrahim
  • Mujeeb Zadran
  • Nisar Wahdat
  • Qais Ahmad
  • Rahmanullah
  • Tariq Stanikzai
  • Wafadar
  • Waqarullah Ishaq
  • Yousuf Zazai
  • Zahir Khan
Australia logo Australia
  • Jason Sangha (captain)
  • Will Sutherland
  • Xavier Bartlett
  • Max Bryant
  • Jack Edwards
  • Zak Evans
  • Jarrod Freeman
  • Ryan Hadley
  • Baxter Holt
  • Nathan McSweeney
  • Jonathan Merlo
  • Lloyd Pope
  • Jason Ralston
  • Param Uppal
  • Austin Waugh
Bangladesh logo Bangladesh
  • Saif Hassan (captain)
  • Afif Hossain
  • Aminul Islam
  • Hasan Mahmud
  • Mahidul Islam Ankon
  • Mohammad Naim
  • Mohammad Rakib
  • Nayeem Hasan
  • Pinak Ghosh
  • Qazi Onik
  • Robiul Hoque
  • Roni Hossen
  • Shakil Hossain
  • Tipu Sultan
  • Towhid Hridoy
Canada logo Canada
  • Arslan Khan (captain)
  • Akash Gill
  • Ashtan Deosammy
  • Emanuel Khokhar
  • Kavian Naress
  • Kevin Singh
  • Pranav Sharma
  • Randhir Sandhu
  • Krishen Samuel
  • Faisal Jamkhandi
  • Arshdeep Dhaliwal
  • Rishiv Joshi
  • Aran Pathmanathan
  • Pieter Pretorius
  • Rommel Shazad
England logo England
  • Harry Brook (captain)
  • Ethan Bamber
  • Liam Banks
  • Tom Banton
  • Jack Davies
  • Adam Finch
  • Luke Hollman
  • Will Jacks
  • Tom Lammonby
  • Dillon Pennington
  • Savin Perera
  • Tom Scriven
  • Prem Sisodiya
  • Fin Trenouth
  • Roman Walker
India logo India
  • Prithvi Shaw (captain)
  • Shubman Gill
  • Aryan Juyal
  • Abhishek Sharma
  • Arshdeep Singh
  • Harvik Desai
  • Manjot Kalra
  • Kamlesh Nagarkoti
  • Pankaj Yadav
  • Riyan Parag
  • Ishan Porel
  • Himanshu Rana
  • Anukul Roy
  • Shivam Mavi
  • Shiva Singh
Ireland logo Ireland
  • Harry Tector (captain)
  • Ian Anders
  • Aaron Cawley
  • Varun Chopra
  • Mark Donegan
  • JJ Garth
  • Jamie Grassi
  • Reece Kelly
  • Graham Kennedy
  • Joshua Little
  • Sam Murphy
  • Max Neville
  • Neil Rock
  • Morgan Topping
  • Andrew Vincent
Kenya logo Kenya
  • Sachin Bhudia (captain)
  • Maxwel Ager
  • Abhishekh Chidambaran
  • Aveet Desai
  • Jay Doshi
  • Aman Gandhi
  • Ankit Hirani
  • Jasraj Kundi
  • Jayant Mepani
  • Gerard Mwendwa
  • Dennis Musyoka
  • Thomas Ochieng
  • Sukhdeep Singh
  • Siddharth Vasudev
  • Rene Were
Namibia logo Namibia
  • Lohan Louwrens (captain)
  • Henry Brink
  • Petrus Burger
  • Jan-Izak de Villiers
  • Shaun Fouche
  • Jurgen Linde
  • Nicol Loftie-Eaton
  • Gerhard Lottering
  • Erich van Mollendorf
  • Dewald Nell
  • Mauritius Ngupita
  • Henry Oliver
  • Ben Shikongo
  • Ramon Wilmot
  • Eben van Wyk
New Zealand logo New Zealand
  • Kaylum Boshier (captain)
  • Finn Allen
  • Jakob Bhula
  • Max Chu
  • Katene Clarke
  • Matthew Fisher
  • Luke Georgeson
  • Ben Lockrose
  • Callum McLachlan
  • Felix Murray
  • Dale Phillips
  • Rachin Ravindra
  • Sandeep Patel
  • Connor Sullivan
  • Todd Watson
Pakistan logo Pakistan
  • Hasan Khan (captain)
  • Rohail Nazir
  • Mohammad Ali Khan
  • Ali Zaryab
  • Ammad Alam
  • Arshad Iqbal
  • Imran Shah
  • Mohammad Taha
  • Muhammad Mohsin Khan
  • Muhammad Musa
  • Muhammad Zaid
  • Munir Riaz
  • Saad Khan
  • Shaheen Afridi
  • Suleman Shafqat
Papua New Guinea logo Papua New Guinea
  • Vagi Karaho (captain)
  • Daure Aiga
  • Heagi Toua
  • Ovia Sam
  • Sinaka Arua
  • Igo Mahuru
  • Nou Rarua
  • James Tau
  • Leke Morea
  • Boge Arua
  • Kevau Tau
  • Simon Atai
  • Eisa Eka
  • Sema Kamea
  • Tau Nou
South Africa logo South Africa
  • Raynard van Tonder (captain)
  • Matthew Breetzke
  • Gerald Coetzee
  • Jade de Klerk
  • Jean du Plessis
  • Fraser Jones
  • Wandile Makwetu
  • Akhona Mnyaka
  • Andile Mokgakane
  • Kgaudisa Molefe
  • Jason Niemand
  • Thando Ntini
  • Jiveshan Pillay
  • Hermann Rolfes
  • Kenan Smith
Sri Lanka logo Sri Lanka
  • Kamindu Mendis (captain)
  • Jehan Daniel
  • Krishan Sanjula
  • Ashen Bandara
  • Hareen Buddila
  • Hasitha Boyagoda
  • Nipun Dananjaya
  • Thisaru Rashmika
  • Nawanidu Fernando
  • Santhush Gunathilaka
  • Praveen Jayawickrama
  • Dhananjaya Lakshan
  • Nishan Madushka
  • Nipun Malinga
  • Kalana Perera
West Indies logo West Indies
  • Emmanuel Stewart (captain)
  • Kirstan Kallicharan
  • Ronaldo Alimohamed
  • Alick Athanaze
  • Cephas Cooper
  • Jarion Hoyte
  • Kimani Melius
  • Ashmead Nedd
  • Kian Pemberton
  • Raymond Perez
  • Joshua Persaud
  • Jeavor Royal
  • Keagan Simmons
  • Bhaskar Yadram
  • Nyeem Young
Zimbabwe logo Zimbabwe
  • Liam Roche (captain)
  • Robert Chimhinya
  • Jonathan Connolly
  • Gregory Dollar
  • Alistair Frost
  • Taun Harrison
  • Wesley Madhevere
  • Tanunurwa Makoni
  • Donald Mlambo
  • Dion Myers
  • Tinashe Nenhunzi
  • Nkosilatu Nunu
  • Kieran Robinson
  • Jayden Schadendorf
  • Milton Shumba
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