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ICC U19 World Cup: January 13 - February 03, 2018 in New Zealand

Postby Misty » Fri Dec 29, 2017 9:13 am

ICC UNDER 19 WORLD CUP, 2018

Squads for ICC Under 19 World Cup, 2018

India U19 Soquads
Prithvi Shaw, Shubman Gill, Manjot Kalra, Himanshu Rana, Abhishek Sharma, Riyan Parag, Harvik Desai, Shivam Mavi, Kamlesh Nagarkoti, Ishan Porel, Anukul Sudhakar Roy, Shiva Singh, Aryan Juyal, Arshdeep Singh, Pankaj Yadav,

New Zealand U19 Squads
Kaylum Boshier, Finn Allen, Max Chu, Katene Clarke, Felix Murray, Sandeep Patel, Dale Phillips, Rachin Ravindra, Todd Watson, Connor Sullivan, Callum McLachlan, Ben Lockrose, Luke Georgeson, Matthew Fisher, Jakob Bhula,

Pakistan U19 Squads
Muhammad Mohsin Khan, Muhammad Zaid Alam, Rohail Nazir, Mohammad Taha, Ali Zaryab Asif, Saad Khan, Hasan Khan, Muhammad Musa, Shaheen Afridi, Munir Riaz, Muhammad Ali, Mohammad Shafqat, Emmad Alam, Arshad Iqbal, Imran Shah,

South Africa U19 Squads
Raynard van Tonder, Matthew Breetzke, Jean du Plessis, Jason Niemand, Gerald Coetzee, Jade de Klerk, Fraser Jones, Wandile Makwetu, Thando Ntini, Jiveshan Pillay, Hermann Rolfes, Kenan Smith, Akhona Mnyaka, Andile Mokgakane, Kgaudise Molefe,

Australia U19 Squads
Jason Sangha, Will Sutherland, Xavier Bartlett, Max Bryant, Jack Edwards, Zak Evans, Jarrod Freeman, Ryan Hadley, Baxter Holt, McSweeney, Jonathan Merlo, Lloyd Pope, Jason Ralston, Param Uppal, Austin Waugh,

Sri Lanka U19 Squads
Kamindu Mendis, Jehan Daniel, Hasitha Boyagoda, Rashmika Dilshan, Krishan Arachchige, Kalana Perera, Dhananjaya Lakshan, Praveen Jayawickrama, Nuwanidu Fernando, Ashen Bandara, Nipun Malinga, Nipun Dananjaya, Nishan Madushka, Hareen Buddhila`, Santhush Gunathilaka,

England U19 Squads
Harry Brook, Ethan Bamber, Liam Banks, Tom Banton, Jack Davies, Adam Finch, Luke Hollman, Will Jacks, Tom Lammonby, Dillon Pennington, Savin Perera, Prem Sisodiya, Tom Scriven, Finlay Trenouth, Roman Walker,

Windies U19 Squads
Emmanuel Stewart, Kirstan Kallicharan, Ronaldo Alimohamed, Alick Athanaze, Cephas Cooper, Jarion Hoyte, Joshua Persaud, Jeavor Royal, Keagan Simmons, Bhaskar Yadram, Nyeem Young, Kimani Melius, Ashmead Nedd, Kian Pemberton, Raymond Perez,

Zimbabwe U19 Squads
Liam Nicholas Roche, Gregory Dollar, Donald Mlambo, Tanunurwa Makoni, Jayden Schadendorf, Milton Shumba, Alistair Frost, Dion Myers, Nkosilatu Nunu, Jonathan Conolly, Wesley Madhevere, Kieran Robinson, Robert Chimhinya, Tinashe Nenhunzi, Taun Harrison,

Papua New Guinea U19 Squads/Players
( click the link above for team around subject area)

Afghanistan U19 Squads
Naveen-ul-Haq, Rahmanullah Gurbaz, Mohammad Ibrahim, Ikram Ali Khil, Darwish Rasooli, Nisar Wahdat, Tariq Stanikzai, Azmatullah Omarzai, Qais Ahmad, Mujeeb Zadran, Zahir Khan, Yousuf Zazai, Wafadar, Ikram Faizi , Baheer Shah,

Bangladesh U19 Squads
Pinak Ghosh, Mohammad Naim, Saif Hassan, Afif Hossain, Towhid Hridoy, Aminul Islam, Mohammad Rakib, Mahidul Islam Ankon, Shakil Hossain, Robiul Haque, Nayeem Hasan, Qazi Onik, MD Roni Hossen , Hasan Mahmud, Tipu Sultan,

Ireland U19 Squads
Harry Tector, Ian Anders, Aaron Cawley, Varun Chopra, Mark Donegan, Jonathan Garth, Jamie Grassi, Reece Kelly, Graham Kennedy, Joshua Little, Sam Murphy, Max Neville, Neil Rock, Morgan Topping, Andrew Vincent,

Namibia U19 Squads
Lohan Louwrens, 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 Olivier, Ben Shikongo, Floris Steenkamp, Ramon Wilmot, Eben van Wyk, Donovan Zealand,

Canada U19 Squads
Arslan Khan, Akash Gill, Ashton Deosammy, Arshdeep Dhaliwal, Faisal Jamkhandi, Rishiv Joshi, Emanuel Khokhar, Kavian Naress, Aran Pathmanathan, Pieter Pretorius, Krishen Samuel, Randhir Sandhu, Pranav Sharma, Rommel Shazad, Kevin Singh,

Kenya U19 Squads
Maxwel Ager, Abhishekh Chidambaran, Jay Doshi, Jayant Mepani, Jasraj Kundi, Sukhdeep Singh, Ankit Hirani, Sachin Bhudia, Thomas Ochieng, Aveet Desai, Dennis Musyoka, Aman Gandhi, Gerald Muthui, Sidhart Vasudev, Rene W.

Note : all team with first name are Captain of the team



DATE AND TIME
MATCH

Sat Jan 13, 2018 (50 ovs)
1st match, Group A - New Zealand Under-19s v West Indies Under-19s
Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui

Sat Jan 13, 2018 (50 ovs)
2nd match, Group D - Afghanistan Under-19s v Pakistan Under-19s
Cobham Oval, Whangarei

Sat Jan 13, 2018 (50 ovs)
3rd match, Group B - Papua New Guinea Under-19s v Zimbabwe Under-19s
Lincoln No 3

Sat Jan 13, 2018 (50 ovs)
4th match, Group C - Bangladesh Under-19s v Namibia Under-19s
Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln

Sun Jan 14, 2018 (50 ovs)
5th match, Group D - Ireland Under-19s v Sri Lanka Under-19s
Cobham Oval, Whangarei

Sun Jan 14, 2018 (50 ovs)
6th match, Group B - Australia Under-19s v India Under-19s
Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui

Sun Jan 14, 2018 (50 ovs)
7th match, Group A - Kenya Under-19s v South Africa Under-19s
Lincoln No 3

Mon Jan 15, 2018 (50 ovs)
8th match, Group C - Bangladesh Under-19s v Canada Under-19s
Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln

Mon Jan 15, 2018 (50 ovs)
9th match, Group C - England Under-19s v Namibia Under-19s
Queenstown Events Centre

Tue Jan 16, 2018 (50 ovs)
10th match, Group D - Ireland Under-19s v Pakistan Under-19s
Cobham Oval, Whangarei

Tue Jan 16, 2018 (50 ovs)
11th match, Group B - India Under-19s v Papua New Guinea Under-19s
Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui

Wed Jan 17, 2018 (50 ovs)
12th match, Group D - Afghanistan Under-19s v Sri Lanka Under-19s
Cobham Oval, Whangarei

Wed Jan 17, 2018 (50 ovs)
13th match, Group A - South Africa Under-19s v West Indies Under-19s
Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui

Wed Jan 17, 2018 (50 ovs)
14th match, Group B - Australia Under-19s v Zimbabwe Under-19s
Lincoln No 3

Wed Jan 17, 2018 (50 ovs)
15th match, Group A - New Zealand Under-19s v Kenya Under-19s
Hagley Oval, Christchurch

Thu Jan 18, 2018 (50 ovs)
16th match, Group C - Canada Under-19s v Namibia Under-19s
Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln

Thu Jan 18, 2018 (50 ovs)
17th match, Group C - Bangladesh Under-19s v England Under-19s
Queenstown Events Centre

Fri Jan 19, 2018 (50 ovs)
18th match, Group D - Pakistan Under-19s v Sri Lanka Under-19s
Cobham Oval, Whangarei

Fri Jan 19, 2018 (50 ovs)
19th match, Group B - India Under-19s v Zimbabwe Under-19s
Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui

Fri Jan 19, 2018 (50 ovs)
20th match, Group B - Australia Under-19s v Papua New Guinea Under-19s
Lincoln No 3

Sat Jan 20, 2018 (50 ovs)
21st match, Group D - Afghanistan Under-19s v Ireland Under-19s
Cobham Oval, Whangarei

Sat Jan 20, 2018 (50 ovs)
22nd match, Group A - New Zealand Under-19s v South Africa Under-19s
Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui

Sat Jan 20, 2018 (50 ovs)
23rd match, Group A - Kenya Under-19s v West Indies Under-19s
Lincoln No 3

Sat Jan 20, 2018 (50 ovs)
24th match Group C - Canada Under-19s v England Under-19s
Queenstown Events Centre

Mon Jan 22, 2018 (50 ovs)
9th Place Play-off Quarter-Final - TBC v TBC
Lincoln No 3

Mon Jan 22, 2018 (50 ovs)
9th Place Play-off Quarter-Final - TBC v TBC
Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln

Tue Jan 23, 2018 (50 ovs)
9th Place Play-off Quarter-Final - TBC v TBC
Lincoln No 3

Tue Jan 23, 2018 (50 ovs)
9th Place Play-off Quarter-Final - TBC v TBC
Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln

Tue Jan 23, 2018 (50 ovs)
Quarter-Final - TBC v TBC
Queenstown Events Centre

Wed Jan 24, 2018 (50 ovs)
Quarter-Final - TBC v TBC
Hagley Oval, Christchurch

Thu Jan 25, 2018 (50 ovs)
13th Place Play-off Semi-Final - TBC v TBC
Mainpower Oval, Rangiora

Thu Jan 25, 2018 (50 ovs)
13th Place Play-off Semi-Final - TBC v TBC
Lincoln No 3

Thu Jan 25, 2018 (50 ovs)
9th Place Play-off Semi-Final - TBC v TBC
Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln

Thu Jan 25, 2018 (50 ovs)
Quarter-Final - - TBC v TBC
Hagley Oval, Christchurch

Fri Jan 26, 2018 (50 ovs)
9th Place Play-off Semi-Final - TBC v TBC
Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln

Fri Jan 26, 2018 (50 ovs)
Quarter-Final - TBC v TBC
Queenstown Events Centre

Sat Jan 27, 2018 (50 ovs)
13th Place Play-off - TBC v TBC
Lincoln No 3

Sat Jan 27, 2018 (50 ovs)
15th Place Play-off - TBC v TBC
Mainpower Oval, Rangiora

Sat Jan 27, 2018 (50 ovs)
5th Place Play-off - TBC v TBC
Hagley Oval, Christchurch

Sun Jan 28, 2018 (50 ovs)
11th Place Play-off - TBC v TBC
Mainpower Oval, Rangiora

Sun Jan 28, 2018 (50 ovs)
5th Place Play-off - TBC v TBC
Queenstown Events Centre

Sun Jan 28, 2018 (50 ovs)
Plate Final - TBC v TBC
Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln

Mon Jan 29, 2018 (50 ovs)
Semi-Final - TBC v TBC
Hagley Oval, Christchurch

Tue Jan 30, 2018 (50 ovs)
7th Place Play-off - TBC v TBC
Queenstown Events Centre

Tue Jan 30, 2018 (50 ovs)
Semi-Final - TBC v TBC
Hagley Oval, Christchurch

Wed Jan 31, 2018 (50 ovs)
5th Place Play-off - TBC v TBC
Queenstown Events Centre

Thu Feb 1, 2018 (50 ovs)
3rd Place Play-off - TBC v TBC
Queenstown Events Centre


Sat Feb 3, 2018 (50 ovs)
Final - TBC v TBC (Reserve Day)
Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui
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Re: ICC U19 World Cup: January 13 - February 03, 2018 in New Zealand

Postby Boycs » Fri Dec 29, 2017 9:43 am

I’d have to go and look up
The players in this World Cup
As I’ve never heard of them
These future England men

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Re: ICC U19 World Cup: January 13 - February 03, 2018 in New Zealand

Postby bolero » Sat Dec 30, 2017 3:06 am

The only person I have heard of is Prithvi Shaw.He is touted as future Indian team prospect.

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Re: ICC U19 World Cup: January 13 - February 03, 2018 in New Zealand

Postby Yorkshire » Sat Dec 30, 2017 10:00 am

I can not even see yorkshire who open the thread orginally . I do not think Prithvi ever play for india in next 3/4 year

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Re: ICC U19 World Cup: January 13 - February 03, 2018 in New Zealand

Postby Boycs » Sat Dec 30, 2017 10:38 am

Yorkshire wrote:I can not even see yorkshire who open the thread orginally . I do not think Prithvi ever play for india in next 3/4 year

Misty profile tells me
Last time Oct 7.2017 she post at cricforum
above thread open by yorkshire in December 2017


I don’t know why I keep bothering to point this out but it’s obvious you’re the same person. You’re doing okay now so why bother lying?

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Re: ICC U19 World Cup: January 13 - February 03, 2018 in New Zealand

Postby Yorkshire » Sat Dec 30, 2017 10:40 am

Boycs wrote:
Yorkshire wrote:I can not even see yorkshire who open the thread orginally . I do not think Prithvi ever play for india in next 3/4 year

Misty profile tells me
Last time Oct 7.2017 she post at cricforum
above thread open by yorkshire in December 2017


I don’t know why I keep bothering to point this out but it’s obvious you’re the same person. You’re doing okay now so why bother lying?


I am telling you last time I am not misty
I am yorkshire check my profile

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Re: ICC U19 World Cup: January 13 - February 03, 2018 in New Zealand

Postby Boycs » Sat Dec 30, 2017 10:43 am

You used to use the misty account.

Argh why am I bothering you’re only denying it to WUM me :D

Where’s lungi when I need him

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Re: ICC U19 World Cup: January 13 - February 03, 2018 in New Zealand

Postby Yorkshire » Fri Jan 05, 2018 9:29 am

Boycs wrote:You used to use the misty account.

Argh why am I bothering you’re only denying it to WUM me :D

Where’s lungi when I need him


I will tell you only if You.......

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Re: ICC U19 World Cup: January 13 - February 03, 2018 in New Zealand

Postby Boycs » Fri Jan 05, 2018 9:35 am

lol bring it big man

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Re: ICC U19 World Cup: January 13 - February 03, 2018 in New Zealand

Postby raja » Sat Jan 13, 2018 5:49 am

Congratulations, Afghanistan.
I don't mind us losing to Afghanistan, as long as we don't lose to BCCI.

BCCI U-19's first game is against Australia tomorrow.

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Re: ICC U19 World Cup: January 13 - February 03, 2018 in New Zealand

Postby bolero » Sat Jan 13, 2018 6:08 am

Congrats Afghanistan.

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Postby baggygreenmania » Sat Jan 13, 2018 11:16 pm

Should be a ripper between The Aussies and the Indians today. I have seen quite a bit of the Baby Baggies over recent months and they have some seriously good talent for the future. Take Jason Sangha.. the first youth batsman since the Little Master to score a century against the England senior side. There are also three players with strong pedigrees..Will Sutherland..is the son of current Cricket Aust. CEO James while Austin Waugh is the son of Test great Steve Waugh. Mackenzie Harvey who at 17 and the baby of the side is the nephew of former Aussie all rounder Ian.
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Postby baggygreenmania » Sat Jan 13, 2018 11:18 pm

I do question why there are no red ball games being played these days as part of the Under 19 World Cup tournament?

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Postby Boycs » Sun Jan 14, 2018 12:30 am

baggygreenmania wrote:Should be a ripper between The Aussies and the Indians today. I have seen quite a bit of the Baby Baggies over recent months and they have some seriously good talent for the future. Take Jason Sangha.. the first youth batsman since the Little Master to score a century against the England senior side. There are also three players with strong pedigrees..Will Sutherland..is the son of current Cricket Aust. CEO James while Austin Waugh is the son of Test great Steve Waugh. Mackenzie Harvey who at 17 and the baby of the side is the nephew of former Aussie all rounder Ian.


When I read Steve’s biography I did wonder of his child (a youngster at time of printing) would be a cricketers.

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Re: ICC U19 World Cup: January 13 - February 03, 2018 in New Zealand

Postby baggygreenmania » Sun Jan 14, 2018 1:19 am

Aussies lacking pace from their opening bowlers,specially Bartlett.. Mid 120kph on this flattish Tauranga track is too slow.. Ganguly says Indian opening bat Shaw already has 5 FC tons. I really dislike the wattyl colored clothing the Aussies are made to wear. No class or style.

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Re: ICC U19 World Cup: January 13 - February 03, 2018 in New Zealand

Postby Yorkshire » Sun Jan 14, 2018 1:36 am

raja wrote:Congratulations, Afghanistan.
I don't mind us losing to Afghanistan, as long as we don't lose to BCCI.

BCCI U-19's first game is against Australia tomorrow.

Chandra u19 now 44 for 0 as Shaw was given on No Ball

Jack Edward is first change
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I thought he is batsman only

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Postby Yorkshire » Sun Jan 14, 2018 1:38 am

Southafrican u19 Captain Tonder hits 143 today,Jignesh Pillay opener hits 63 vs Ken U19

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Re: ICC U19 World Cup: January 13 - February 03, 2018 in New Zealand

Postby Yorkshire » Sun Jan 14, 2018 1:47 am

Verity
Can you drive from Sydney to here at NZ ?

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Re: ICC U19 World Cup: January 13 - February 03, 2018 in New Zealand

Postby Yorkshire » Sun Jan 14, 2018 3:03 am

180 for 1 off 29.4 overs
Vs Aus U19

Bombay captain who has 5 Century in his 9 FIRST CLASS hits 94 today
Fellow opener Manjot Kalra On 73*

NRR is 6,07

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Re: ICC U19 World Cup: January 13 - February 03, 2018 in New Zealand

Postby Yorkshire » Sun Jan 14, 2018 3:07 am

Best ever partnership in WC Under 19 today 180 between Prithvi/ Kalra

previous best was 175 between UTTAPA/ Dhawan in 2004 vs Scotland

Asian connection :
Kalra caught Jagjit ( Jason now) Singh sangha bowl Param Singh Uppal 86

200 for 2

(Yesterday Bhula hits 83 for NZ he is Bhula Nairn Patel )

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Re: ICC U19 World Cup: January 13 - February 03, 2018 in New Zealand

Postby baggygreenmania » Sun Jan 14, 2018 3:27 am

Yorkshire wrote:
raja wrote:Congratulations, Afghanistan.
I don't mind us losing to Afghanistan, as long as we don't lose to BCCI.

BCCI U-19's first game is against Australia tomorrow.

Chandra u19 now 44 for 0 as Shaw was given on No Ball

Jack Edward is first change
Baggy
I thought he is batsman only
No an all rounder. He was one of the youngest players ever to make the Aussie U19s last year.

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Postby Yorkshire » Sun Jan 14, 2018 3:28 am

I think star of day: Allen Of NZU19 vs WIA yesterday
Also Afghanistan’s Darwish Rasooli 70* vs Paku19

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Re: ICC U19 World Cup: January 13 - February 03, 2018 in New Zealand

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Yorkshire wrote:Verity
Can you drive from Sydney to here at NZ ?
JC could have walked there. No you need a plane. Around four hours flying time from Sydney.
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Re: ICC U19 World Cup: January 13 - February 03, 2018 in New Zealand

Postby baggygreenmania » Sun Jan 14, 2018 3:31 am

Finally a wicket. Parum struggling to get any turn from this deck. Great catch by the skipper. That is the second Indian denied a century.

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Re: ICC U19 World Cup: January 13 - February 03, 2018 in New Zealand

Postby raja » Sun Jan 14, 2018 3:51 am

We're going to have a real tough chase.
Is it such a good batting wicket or are the BCCI players well above par?

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Re: ICC U19 World Cup: January 13 - February 03, 2018 in New Zealand

Postby bolero » Sun Jan 14, 2018 4:16 am

Prithvi Shaw is one of the guys to watch out for.Scored 94.

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Re: ICC U19 World Cup: January 13 - February 03, 2018 in New Zealand

Postby Yorkshire » Sun Jan 14, 2018 4:33 am

Aus needs only 329 to beat India,Abhishek Sharma impress me today with his 287 strike rate
http://www.cricbuzz.com/live-cricket-sc ... d-cup-2018

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Postby baggygreenmania » Sun Jan 14, 2018 4:36 am

Jack Edwards deserved a five for.. Bartlett, Sutherland and Waugh could have done better. Why did Ralston only get 5 overs.
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Re: ICC U19 World Cup: January 13 - February 03, 2018 in New Zealand

Postby baggygreenmania » Sun Jan 14, 2018 4:37 am

bolero wrote:Prithvi Shaw is one of the guys to watch out for.Scored 94.
Looks a fine prospect. He and Manjot Kalra now have the greatest opening partnership in U19 WC history. Congrats boys.
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Re: ICC U19 World Cup: January 13 - February 03, 2018 in New Zealand

Postby raja » Sun Jan 14, 2018 4:39 am

This promises to be a painful day of cricket.
First we lose to BCCI U-19, then England beats us in the ODI - and finally BCCI takes full control of the Centurion Test.
I don't know how I'm going to survive the day. :(

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Re: ICC U19 World Cup: January 13 - February 03, 2018 in New Zealand

Postby baggygreenmania » Sun Jan 14, 2018 4:43 am

raja wrote:This promises to be a painful day of cricket.
First we lose to BCCI U-19, then England beats us in the ODI - and finally BCCI takes full control of the Centurion Test.
I don't know how I'm going to survive the day. :(
Is not over yet raja. Have faith.

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Re: ICC U19 World Cup: January 13 - February 03, 2018 in New Zealand

Postby MikeR68 » Sun Jan 14, 2018 4:56 am

baggygreenmania wrote:
bolero wrote:Prithvi Shaw is one of the guys to watch out for.Scored 94.
Looks a fine prospect. He and Manjot Kalra now have the greatest opening partnership in U19 WC history. Congrats boys.Jason Ralston looked organised why only 5 overs?


Why Austin Waugh bowling at the death? Very, very poor captaincy by Sangha, gave Waugh, Sutherland, Edwards and Uppal a fair number of overs so much so, it has probably cost us this game, That's the problem with him, gave his mates the opportunity. Why was Wilson McGillivray, Mitchell Connolly, Harrison Macoun not selected, especially Wilson? By the way Baggers 4/65 is hardly mind blowing, they were throwing the bat. He was sort of economical in his first spell, but they took him to the cleaners in his 2nd spell, at the cost of a few wickets. Very poor display by this particular team that doesn't have Nathan McSweeney playing, to save them, so a lot of work for him to do in the future matches.

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Re: ICC U19 World Cup: January 13 - February 03, 2018 in New Zealand

Postby baggygreenmania » Sun Jan 14, 2018 5:03 am

Harsh against Edwards. Should have got a five for. He was the only bowler that executed his slower ball and oher variations. Agree Waugh should not have bowled at the death. You would have to agree your boy Bartlett was disappointing.. needs another 10kph to be a threat. Uppal did ok on a deck that gave him little turn. Why did Ralston only get 5 overs as he looked good in his opening spell. I expect those three you named will get a game in next match as the indians have a winning score on the board I fear. It wil depend how our boys play their spinners.

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Re: ICC U19 World Cup: January 13 - February 03, 2018 in New Zealand

Postby baggygreenmania » Sun Jan 14, 2018 5:36 am

Bryant looks like a carbon copy of Aaron Finch. same eye like a fish.. same see ball hit ball, same power .. same loose technique.

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Re: ICC U19 World Cup: January 13 - February 03, 2018 in New Zealand

Postby squarecut » Sun Jan 14, 2018 6:42 am

Nagarkoti bowling at upto 147 kmph. Shivam Mavi bowling at upto 144 kmph. I do not think there may be too many bowlers with this kind of pace in this U-19 world cup. And interestingly, these two have not even played first class cricket yet !

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Re: ICC U19 World Cup: January 13 - February 03, 2018 in New Zealand

Postby squarecut » Sun Jan 14, 2018 6:45 am

Sons of former Australian cricketers are playing for Australia. so Australia has become like Congress party of India. :)

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Re: ICC U19 World Cup: January 13 - February 03, 2018 in New Zealand

Postby Yorkshire » Sun Jan 14, 2018 6:57 am

squarecut wrote:Nagarkoti bowling at upto 147 kmph. Shivam Mavi bowling at upto 144 kmph. I do not think there may be too many bowlers with this kind of pace in this U-19 world cup. And interestingly, these two have not even played first class cricket yet !


Arjun tendulkar produced a 150 Kph delivery at Bradman oval few days ago in Australia playing in Club cricket.( he took 4 wickets and scored 27 ball 48- his cricketing hero are Mitchel Starc and Ben Stokes)

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Re: ICC U19 World Cup: January 13 - February 03, 2018 in New Zealand

Postby bolero » Sun Jan 14, 2018 7:02 am

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squarecut wrote:Nagarkoti bowling at upto 147 kmph. Shivam Mavi bowling at upto 144 kmph. I do not think there may be too many bowlers with this kind of pace in this U-19 world cup. And interestingly, these two have not even played first class cricket yet !


Arjun tendulkar produced a 150 Kph delivery at Bradman oval few days ago in Australia playing in Club cricket.( he took 4 wickets and scored 27 ball 48- his cricketing hero are Mitchel Starc and Ben Stokes)


Arjun is reasonably fast but not that much.From where did you get the stats ?

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Re: ICC U19 World Cup: January 13 - February 03, 2018 in New Zealand

Postby squarecut » Sun Jan 14, 2018 7:32 am

Junior Waugh caught behind off Nagarkoti. Nagarkoti is too quick for U-19 batsmen.

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Re: ICC U19 World Cup: January 13 - February 03, 2018 in New Zealand

Postby squarecut » Sun Jan 14, 2018 7:37 am

Yorkshire wrote:Arjun tendulkar produced a 150 Kph delivery at Bradman oval few days ago in Australia playing in Club cricket.( he took 4 wickets and scored 27 ball 48- his cricketing hero are Mitchel Starc and Ben Stokes)


There are some people who think 3 % means three times and only three seats booked is described as only three seats left. Arjun Tendulkar may have bowled a delivery that was 50 % faster than his normal deliveries, viz 120 kmph instead of 80 kmph. That means bowling 150 % faster. That does not mean bowling at 150 kmph.

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Re: ICC U19 World Cup: January 13 - February 03, 2018 in New Zealand

Postby baggygreenmania » Sun Jan 14, 2018 8:23 am

India too good. I did not like what I am saw from some of our batsmen against the spinners.. other than Sangha and Uppal and Merlo to a lesser extent there was no positive footwork. Great double by Edwards .. but where was the support? Useful contributions from Holt, Bryant and Merlo were too little to count. If we have a good seamer in the squad he must play in the next match.

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Re: ICC U19 World Cup: January 13 - February 03, 2018 in New Zealand

Postby MikeR68 » Sun Jan 14, 2018 8:44 am

baggygreenmania wrote:Harsh against Edwards. Should have got a five for. He was the only bowler that executed his slower ball and oher variations. Agree Waugh should not have bowled at the death. You would have to agree your boy Bartlett was disappointing.. needs another 10kph to be a threat. Uppal did ok on a deck that gave him little turn. Why did Ralston only get 5 overs as he looked good in his opening spell. I expect those three you named will get a game in next match as the indians have a winning score on the board I fear. It wil depend how our boys play their spinners.


As I said prior to the games Bartlett was lucky to be selected. Didn't play the Nationals, and apart from running rough shot over NSW in last years Futures, he wasn't the only one either, really has done nothing. The other three I mentioned were not selected to tour, apart from McSweeney.

Please explain Baggers "other than Sangha and Uppal and Merlo to a lesser extent there was no positive footwork". How can you tell Sangha 14 (23 balls) and Uppal 4 (5 balls). I'll give you Merlo who looked good, but Austin Waugh and Sutherland...nothing. It must be nice to have a father that will push other more deserving players out to get their sons in. Do you think Steve or Mark will hand Austin his Baggy Green. And knowing a lot of people involved with the youth cricketers, I'll say what they won't...DISGUSTING. If Jason Sangha can be selected based on his performance at the Nationals where is Angus Lovell who had a better average....he's back in Australia.

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Re: ICC U19 World Cup: January 13 - February 03, 2018 in New Zealand

Postby baggygreenmania » Sun Jan 14, 2018 9:19 am

Sangha is a fine player of spin.. perhaps did not get the time in the middle today but his footwork is very positive and I like his intent against spin. I have also watched a great deal of Uppal and he is similar. Yes Merlo was ok but the rest were ordinary perferring to hit or sweep from the crease. Not good signs if these Kiwi decks take turn. From what I have seen of Austin he has to earn his Baggy Green Mike and not be given it. He has some potential.. that is it.

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Re: ICC U19 World Cup: January 13 - February 03, 2018 in New Zealand

Postby afghankhan » Sun Jan 14, 2018 1:42 pm

Some serious pace from Indian Pacers. Very impressive.
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Re: ICC U19 World Cup: January 13 - February 03, 2018 in New Zealand

Postby squarecut » Sun Jan 14, 2018 2:53 pm

These Indian pacers have not yet played first class cricket. I hope selectors of their states were watching.

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Re: ICC U19 World Cup: January 13 - February 03, 2018 in New Zealand

Postby MikeR68 » Sun Jan 14, 2018 8:17 pm

baggygreenmania wrote:Sangha is a fine player of spin.. perhaps did not get the time in the middle today but his footwork is very positive and I like his intent against spin. I have also watched a great deal of Uppal and he is similar. Yes Merlo was ok but the rest were ordinary perferring to hit or sweep from the crease. Not good signs if these Kiwi decks take turn. From what I have seen of Austin he has to earn his Baggy Green Mike and not be given it. He has some potential.. that is it.


The selection process for these young kids is appalling. The National championships which were held not that long ago should be the guide and if we do that the team looks different.
Best Batsmen from the Nationals were, based on combination of runs scored and averages
Thomas Rogers (Vic) not selected
Ryan Hackney (NSW)
Param Uppal (NSW)
Max Bryant (QLD)
Jack White (Tas) not selected
Jack Edwards (NSW)
Harvey Mackenzie (Vic) not selected
Damien A Burrage (WA) not selected
Angus Lovell (Qld) not selected
Jarrod Freeman (Tas)

Best Bowlers
Wilson McGillivray (Vic) not selected
Lawrence Neil-Smith (NSW) not selected
Lloyd Pope (SA)
Jonathan A Merlo (VIC)
Aaron Hardie (WA) not selected
Jason Ralston (NSW)
Declan Curran (NT) not selected
Damien A Burrage (WA) not selected
Mitchell Connolly (QLD) not selected
Harrison Macoun (Qld) not selected

That's the top 20 players and add Baxter Holt (NSW) selected as the keeper. All rounder should be Damien Burrage but he is sitting back in WA. If they don't perform at the Nationals they should not be selected after all next year more than half these players won't be eligible for future selection, this was their one chance to get to represent Australia.

Also notice Baggers that apart from Lawrence Neil-Smith, a NSW player never dies wondering. Notice also Jason Sangha (C) (NSW) and Will Sutherland (vc) (VIC) not only didn't perform or play at the nationals compared to others, but they were handed the leadership positions, not to mention Austin Waugh (NSW). No wonder a lot of talent players do not pursue furthering their careers leaving the average players getting the opportunities which is not a good sign for the future.

If I was to select a 15 player touring side based on the nationals, it is a surprisingly fair selection
NSW Ryan Hackney, Baxter Holt (WK), Lawrence Neil-Smith, Param Uppal (all-rounder), Jack Edwards (all-rounder)
Vic Thomas Rogers, Harvey Mackenzie (all rounder), Wilson McGillivray, Jonathan Merlo
Qld Max Bryant, Angus Lovell
WA Damien Burrage (all rounder) Aaron Hardie
SA Lloyd Pope
Tas Jack White
Absolutely no bias in my selection and based on performances only, none based on "he has potential", performances only matter. 4 quality all rounders selected to increase batting depth and cover the bowlers. Lloyd Pope as the leggie with Uppal's off spinners, covers all aspects.

I can understand Nathan McSweeney's selection as he is making runs in the reserve grade state comp, which is a higher standard than the Nationals, scoring a century in his last game, yet probably the most talented batsman in the squad wasn't selected to play against a very good India side, very foolish of the selectors.

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Re: ICC U19 World Cup: January 13 - February 03, 2018 in New Zealand

Postby baggygreenmania » Mon Jan 15, 2018 12:22 am

MikeR68 wrote:
baggygreenmania wrote:Sangha is a fine player of spin.. perhaps did not get the time in the middle today but his footwork is very positive and I like his intent against spin. I have also watched a great deal of Uppal and he is similar. Yes Merlo was ok but the rest were ordinary perferring to hit or sweep from the crease. Not good signs if these Kiwi decks take turn. From what I have seen of Austin he has to earn his Baggy Green Mike and not be given it. He has some potential.. that is it.


The selection process for these young kids is appalling. The National championships which were held not that long ago should be the guide and if we do that the team looks different.
Best Batsmen from the Nationals were, based on combination of runs scored and averages
Thomas Rogers (Vic) not selected
Ryan Hackney (NSW)
Param Uppal (NSW)
Max Bryant (QLD)
Jack White (Tas) not selected
Jack Edwards (NSW)
Harvey Mackenzie (Vic) not selected
Damien A Burrage (WA) not selected
Angus Lovell (Qld) not selected
Jarrod Freeman (Tas)

Best Bowlers
Wilson McGillivray (Vic) not selected
Lawrence Neil-Smith (NSW) not selected
Lloyd Pope (SA)
Jonathan A Merlo (VIC)
Aaron Hardie (WA) not selected
Jason Ralston (NSW)
Declan Curran (NT) not selected
Damien A Burrage (WA) not selected
Mitchell Connolly (QLD) not selected
Harrison Macoun (Qld) not selected

That's the top 20 players and add Baxter Holt (NSW) selected as the keeper. All rounder should be Damien Burrage but he is sitting back in WA. If they don't perform at the Nationals they should not be selected after all next year more than half these players won't be eligible for future selection, this was their one chance to get to represent Australia.

Also notice Baggers that apart from Lawrence Neil-Smith, a NSW player never dies wondering. Notice also Jason Sangha (C) (NSW) and Will Sutherland (vc) (VIC) not only didn't perform or play at the nationals compared to others, but they were handed the leadership positions, not to mention Austin Waugh (NSW). No wonder a lot of talent players do not pursue furthering their careers leaving the average players getting the opportunities which is not a good sign for the future.

If I was to select a 15 player touring side based on the nationals, it is a surprisingly fair selection
NSW Ryan Hackney, Baxter Holt (WK), Lawrence Neil-Smith, Param Uppal (all-rounder), Jack Edwards (all-rounder)
Vic Thomas Rogers, Harvey Mackenzie (all rounder), Wilson McGillivray, Jonathan Merlo
Qld Max Bryant, Angus Lovell
WA Damien Burrage (all rounder) Aaron Hardie
SA Lloyd Pope
Tas Jack White
Absolutely no bias in my selection and based on performances only, none based on "he has potential", performances only matter. 4 quality all rounders selected to increase batting depth and cover the bowlers. Lloyd Pope as the leggie with Uppal's off spinners, covers all aspects.

I can understand Nathan McSweeney's selection as he is making runs in the reserve grade state comp, which is a higher standard than the Nationals, scoring a century in his last game, yet probably the most talented batsman in the squad wasn't selected to play against a very good India side, very foolish of the selectors.
Mike I am 100% with you. We said the very same thing when the squad was announced. To not pick the best performed from the Nationals makes a mockery of our great game and sends the wrong message to all aspiring cricketers.

If I was to select a 15 player touring side based on the nationals, it is a surprisingly fair selection
NSW Ryan Hackney, Baxter Holt (WK), Lawrence Neil-Smith, Param Uppal (all-rounder), Jack Edwards (all-rounder)
Vic Thomas Rogers, Harvey Mackenzie (all rounder), Wilson McGillivray, Jonathan Merlo
Qld Max Bryant, Angus Lovell
WA Damien Burrage (all rounder) Aaron Hardie
SA Lloyd Pope
Tas Jack White.


Totally with you on that squad Mike. I would add Sangha as he had some enticing lead in form. He was getting state cricket tons and became the second youth cricketer in history behind the Little Master to score a ton against an England senior side.

Sangha, Jason ACT 87* 284 (runs) 47.33(av)
Sangha, Jason ACT 5 (wkts) 37.20 (av) 4.35(e/r)
Those are decent figures.
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Re: ICC U19 World Cup: January 13 - February 03, 2018 in New Zealand

Postby baggygreenmania » Mon Jan 15, 2018 12:45 am

CANADA: Randhir Sandhu, Pranav Sharma, Akash Gill, Arslan Khan (c), Kavian Naress, Kevin Singh, Krishen Samuel (wk), Aran Pathmanathan, Rishiv Joshi, Faisal Jamkhandi, Rommel Shahzad,

A little game for you. Name the home grown Caucasian Canadians from that squad. This is what is wrong with cricket today. Not sufficient effort is being made by the games custodians to entice home grown men and women to play this great sport. Many European National sides are also top heavy with players from Sub Continental backgrounds.

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Re: ICC U19 World Cup: January 13 - February 03, 2018 in New Zealand

Postby baggygreenmania » Tue Jan 16, 2018 11:15 pm

No telecast of Aussie v Zimbabwe game not even a live stream by CA.