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    Official Under 19 World Cup thread

    Under 19 World Cup set to start in 4 weeks time in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia.
    Interestingly Dav Whatmore is coaching Indian under 19 team....most highest profile coach for an Under 19 team one suspects...
    I think Australia India Pakistan will be the usual strong sides ...any others will be surprise packages...I hope SL do well and I know Aravinda De Silva is the batting coach.
    Anyway any comments...

    I wonder if Sky NZ will show the U-19 on Sky ....

    Fixtures

    ICC Under-19 World Cup, 2007/08

    February 2008
    Sun 17
    10:00 local, 02:00 GMT Group A - Malaysia Under-19s v Pakistan Under-19s
    Johor Cricket Academy Oval

    Sun 17
    10:00 local, 02:00 GMT Group B - India Under-19s v Papua New Guinea Under-19s
    Kinrara Academy Oval, Kuala Lumpur

    Sun 17
    10:00 local, 02:00 GMT Group C - Australia Under-19s v Namibia Under-19s
    Penang Sports Club

    Sun 17
    10:00 local, 02:00 GMT Group D - England Under-19s v Ireland Under-19s
    Royal Selangor Club, Kuala Lumpur

    Mon 18
    10:00 local, 02:00 GMT Group A - New Zealand Under-19s v Zimbabwe Under-19s
    Johor Cricket Academy Oval

    Mon 18
    10:00 local, 02:00 GMT Group B - South Africa Under-19s v West Indies Under-19s
    Kinrara Academy Oval, Kuala Lumpur

    Mon 18
    10:00 local, 02:00 GMT Group C - Nepal Under-19s v Sri Lanka Under-19s
    Penang Sports Club

    Mon 18
    10:00 local, 02:00 GMT Group D - Bangladesh Under-19s v Bermuda Under-19s
    Royal Selangor Club, Kuala Lumpur

    Tue 19
    10:00 local, 02:00 GMT Group A - New Zealand Under-19s v Pakistan Under-19s
    Institute Perguruan Temenggong Ibrahim, Johor

    Tue 19
    10:00 local, 02:00 GMT Group B - India Under-19s v South Africa Under-19s
    Bayuemas Oval, Kuala Lumpur

    Tue 19
    10:00 local, 02:00 GMT Group C - Australia Under-19s v Nepal Under-19s
    University Sains Malaysia, Penang

    Tue 19
    10:00 local, 02:00 GMT Group D - Bermuda Under-19s v England Under-19s
    Kinrara Academy Oval, Kuala Lumpur

    Wed 20
    10:00 local, 02:00 GMT Group A - Malaysia Under-19s v Zimbabwe Under-19s
    Institute Perguruan Temenggong Ibrahim, Johor

    Wed 20
    10:00 local, 02:00 GMT Group B - Papua New Guinea Under-19s v West Indies Under-19s
    Royal Selangor Club, Kuala Lumpur

    Wed 20
    10:00 local, 02:00 GMT Group C - Namibia Under-19s v Sri Lanka Under-19s
    University Sains Malaysia, Penang

    Wed 20
    10:00 local, 02:00 GMT Group D - Bangladesh Under-19s v Ireland Under-19s
    Bayuemas Oval, Kuala Lumpur

    Thu 21
    10:00 local, 02:00 GMT Group A - Malaysia Under-19s v New Zealand Under-19s
    Johor Cricket Academy Oval

    Thu 21
    10:00 local, 02:00 GMT Group B - Papua New Guinea Under-19s v South Africa Under-19s
    Royal Selangor Club, Kuala Lumpur

    Thu 21
    10:00 local, 02:00 GMT Group C - Namibia Under-19s v Nepal Under-19s
    Penang Sports Club

    Thu 21
    10:00 local, 02:00 GMT Group D - Bermuda Under-19s v Ireland Under-19s
    Kinrara Academy Oval, Kuala Lumpur

    Fri 22
    10:00 local, 02:00 GMT Group A - Pakistan Under-19s v Zimbabwe Under-19s
    Institute Perguruan Temenggong Ibrahim, Johor

    Fri 22
    10:00 local, 02:00 GMT Group B - India Under-19s v West Indies Under-19s
    Kinrara Academy Oval, Kuala Lumpur

    Fri 22
    10:00 local, 02:00 GMT Group C - Australia Under-19s v Sri Lanka Under-19s
    University Sains Malaysia, Penang

    Fri 22
    10:00 local, 02:00 GMT Group D - Bangladesh Under-19s v England Under-19s
    Royal Selangor Club, Kuala Lumpur

    Sun 24
    10:00 local, 02:00 GMT 9th Place Play-off Quarter-Final - TBC v TBC
    Institute Perguruan Temenggong Ibrahim, Johor

    Sun 24
    10:00 local, 02:00 GMT 9th Place Play-off Quarter-Final - TBC v TBC
    Johor Cricket Academy Oval

    Sun 24
    10:00 local, 02:00 GMT Quarter-Final - TBC v TBC
    Kinrara Academy Oval, Kuala Lumpur
    winner group B v runners-up group C
    Sun 24
    10:00 local, 02:00 GMT Quarter-Final - TBC v TBC
    Royal Selangor Club, Kuala Lumpur
    winner group A v runners-up group D
    Mon 25
    10:00 local, 02:00 GMT 9th Place Play-off Quarter-Final - TBC v TBC
    Institute Perguruan Temenggong Ibrahim, Johor

    Mon 25
    10:00 local, 02:00 GMT 9th Place Play-off Quarter-Final - TBC v TBC
    Johor Cricket Academy Oval

    Mon 25
    10:00 local, 02:00 GMT Quarter-Final - TBC v TBC
    Kinrara Academy Oval, Kuala Lumpur
    winner group C v runners-up group B
    Mon 25
    10:00 local, 02:00 GMT Quarter-Final - TBC v TBC
    Royal Selangor Club, Kuala Lumpur
    winner group D v runners-up group A
    Wed 27
    10:00 local, 02:00 GMT 13th Place Play-off Semi-Final - TBC v TBC
    Institute Perguruan Temenggong Ibrahim, Johor

    Wed 27
    10:00 local, 02:00 GMT 5th Place Play-off Semi-Final - TBC v TBC
    Bayuemas Oval, Kuala Lumpur

    Wed 27
    10:00 local, 02:00 GMT 9th Place Play-off Semi-Final - TBC v TBC
    Johor Cricket Academy Oval

    Wed 27
    14:00 local, 06:00 GMT Semi-Final - TBC v TBC
    Kinrara Academy Oval, Kuala Lumpur
    winner QF1 v winner QF3
    Thu 28
    10:00 local, 02:00 GMT 5th Place Play-off Semi-Final - TBC v TBC
    Bayuemas Oval, Kuala Lumpur

    Thu 28
    10:00 local, 02:00 GMT 9th Place Play-off Semi-Final - TBC v TBC
    Institute Perguruan Temenggong Ibrahim, Johor

    Fri 29
    10:00 local, 02:00 GMT 13th Place Play-off Semi-Final - TBC v TBC
    Johor Cricket Academy Oval

    Fri 29
    14:00 local, 06:00 GMT Semi-Final - TBC v TBC
    Kinrara Academy Oval, Kuala Lumpur
    winner QF2 v winner QF4
    March 2008
    Sat 1
    10:00 local, 02:00 GMT 13th Place Play-off - TBC v TBC
    Institute Perguruan Temenggong Ibrahim, Johor

    Sat 1
    10:00 local, 02:00 GMT 5th Place Play-off - TBC v TBC
    Bayuemas Oval, Kuala Lumpur

    Sat 1
    10:00 local, 02:00 GMT 9th Place Play-off - TBC v TBC
    Royal Selangor Club, Kuala Lumpur

    Sun 2
    14:00 local, 06:00 GMT Final - TBC v TBC
    Kinrara Academy Oval, Kuala Lumpur

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    It would be great to see some coverage of the U19 World Cup.

    I really enjoyed watching the New Zealand U19 team take on the NZ Masters team in the Twenty20 game a few weeks ago.

    It's great to see these young guys perform and a good idea of the talent coming through.
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    NZ has a couple of brilliant quicks -Southey was one and there was another who was good ...trying to remember ...

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    Trent Boult the left armer? Opening bowler....

    He is pretty impressive. Won a competition as quickest school boy bowler last year I think.


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    Quote Originally Posted by kenny44 View Post
    Trent Boult the left armer? Opening bowler....

    He is pretty impressive. Won a competition as quickest school boy bowler last year I think.
    Yes that's the guy and they also had a couple of Indian allrounders who were pretty good as well. Dipak Patel is their coach so, they will be well prepared.

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    New Zealand have a few very good U19 players, Southee being perhaps the best. Corey Anderson, Hamish Bennett and Kane Williamson all have FC experience and are promising youngsters. They also looked to have a couple of handy spinners whose names I can't remember, but they'll be receiving some top coaching from Dipak Patel.
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    Will be funny when NZ crash out of first round again and get owned by the likes of Nepal in Plate comp. Pretty sure Southee is too old for Under 19s now.
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    No, Southee is in the squad

    But I agree, I don't expect NZ to do particularly well

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    I'd be very surprised if the winner is not one out of Australia, India and Pakistan.

    I think India have a pretty strong team and coached by Dav Whatmore they will feel they can go one better than in 2006.

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    Struggling to look past India here, unless the Aussie team is any good this year.

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    India will win.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaminda_00 View Post
    Will be funny when NZ crash out of first round again and get owned by the likes of Nepal in Plate comp. Pretty sure Southee is too old for Under 19s now.
    We shouldn't. Not with Southee, Williamson and Anderson. Then there is Trent Boult, Greg Morgan, George Worker who have all played FC and that Daniel Vettori esque spinner.

    Our batting looks dodgy though bar Williamson and Anderson. Morgan, strangely has been quite good with the bat in FC cricket despite being a bowler. I expect our openers to get owned though, Michael Bracewell (keeper batsman) and the subcontinent bloke, Rasel or Ravi or something, don't look particularly flash as openers.
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    Zimbabwe have never been easy beats at this level even with their player exdous, so it should be interesting. NZ does look better prepared then usually and have a few more guys playing domestic cricket, then what they have had in the past Youth WC. Should be an interesting group with Pakistan the clear favorites to take top spot.

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    Yeah really, really looking forward to this. I wish Fox were showing our games...would get a fair amount of interest I imagine. I'm predicting another Indian or Pakistani win. They always have the best kids, as they should.

    But I can't wait to see how Steve Smith and Phil Hughes go.

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