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    Australia under 19 vs india under 19

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    1 March 2009

    Under-19 Squads named for India series and 2010 ICC Under-19 World Cup

    The Cricket Australia National Youth Selection Panel (NYSP) has today announced a 15-man Australia Under-19 squad for the five-match series against India in April, as well as a 31-man preliminary squad ahead of the 2010 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup.

    The NYSP – comprising Chairman Geoff Tamblyn, Ray Bright, Brian McFadyen and National Selection Panel (NSP) Chairman Andrew Hilditch (or his nominated representative) – have selected the squads following the Cricket Australia National Underage Championships and subsequent talent camps and grade-cricket performances.

    The international series against the India Under-19 side comprises three one-day matches and two three-day matches at Bellerive Oval in Hobart and the WACA Ground in Perth.

    The Australian Under-19 Squad for the series against India is:

    NAME
    STATE
    Sean Abbott
    New South Wales
    Tim Armstrong
    New South Wales
    Tom Beaton
    Western Australia
    Jackson Coleman
    Victoria
    Adam Coyte
    New South Wales
    Luke Doran
    New South Wales
    Jason Floros
    Australian Capital Territory
    Joel Garrett
    South Australia
    Josh Hazlewood
    New South Wales
    Nic Maddinson
    New South Wales
    Mitchell Marsh
    Western Australia
    Alister McDermott
    Queensland
    Kane Richardson
    South Australia
    Tom Triffitt
    Tasmania
    Adam Zampa
    New South Wales

    The preliminary Australia Under-19 squad for the 2010 ICC Under-19 World Cup is:

    NAME
    STATE
    Sean Abbott
    New South Wales
    Tim Armstrong
    New South Wales
    Tom Beaton
    Western Australia
    Tom Brinsley
    South Australia
    Nicholas Buchanan
    Queensland
    Alex Carey
    South Australia
    Jackson Coleman
    Victoria
    Adam Coyte
    New South Wales
    Travis Dean
    Victoria
    Anthony Del Borrello
    Western Australia
    Matthew Dixon
    Western Australia
    Luke Doran
    New South Wales
    Ben Dougall
    South Australia
    Jason Floros
    Australian Capital Territory
    Joel Garrett
    South Australia
    Jake Hannan
    Queensland
    Peter Hanscomb
    Victoria
    Josh Hazlewood
    New South Wales
    Michael Johnson
    Queensland
    Alex Keath
    Victoria
    Nic Maddinson
    New South Wales
    Mitchell Marsh
    Western Australia
    Alister McDermott
    Queensland
    Jordan McLennan
    Australian Capital Territory
    Ryan Meyer
    Queensland
    Kane Richardson
    South Australia
    Angus Robson
    New South Wales
    Andrew Tazelaar
    Queensland
    Tom Triffitt
    Tasmania
    Sam Whiteman
    Western Australia
    Adam Zampa
    New South Wales

    Commenting on the squad to face India, NYSP Chairman Geoff Tamblyn said: “The squad to face India provides a great opportunity to all players selected to test their skills and performance against the reigning world champions at under-19 level.

    “The squad contains some players who have had a little taste of first-class cricket in Australia and will provide those players and others with further experience.”

    Commenting on the preliminary squad for the 2010 ICC Under-19 World Cup, NYSP Chair Geoff Tamblyn said: “Following the Cricket Australia National Under-17 and Under-19 Championships, recent talent camps at the Centre of Excellence and also taking into consideration the premier grade performances of each player, the Youth Selection Panel have selected a preliminary squad of 31 players for the 2010 ICC Under-19 World Cup.

    “This group is an exceptionally talented squad who will further develop over next 12 months.

    “I’m sure all the players are looking forward to honing their skills and being part of this preliminary squad.

    “The squad contains some players who have tasted state cricket in Australia, one of the strongest domestic competitions in the world.

    “New South Wales fast bowler Josh Hazlewood is again in the squad, following his experience of playing in last year’s ICC Under-19 World Cup in Malaysia, whilst Kane Richardson toured with the Australian Under-19 Team to Pakistan in 2007.”

    The squad for the series against India will assemble in Hobart on Saturday 4 April.

    The international series against India Under-19

    Date Match Venue
    Tuesday 7 April One-day match Bellerive Oval, Hobart
    Thursday 9 April One-day match Bellerive Oval, Hobart
    Saturday 11 – Monday 13 April Three-day match** Bellerive Oval, Hobart
    Friday 17 April One-day match WACA Ground, Perth
    Sunday 19 – Tuesday 21 April Three-day match** WACA Ground, Perth

    **Three-day matches will be played using compulsory closure playing conditions (ie. 90 overs cc per team in 1st innings, 45 overs cc per team in second innings).

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    Hobart in April - obviously hoping to freeze the Indians to death

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    Quote Originally Posted by social View Post
    Hobart in April - obviously hoping to freeze the Indians to death
    Heard they've got a big tarp ready to put over the ground.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brockley View Post

    NAME
    STATE
    Sean Abbott
    New South Wales
    Tim Armstrong
    New South Wales
    Tom Beaton
    Western Australia
    Tom Brinsley
    South Australia
    Nicholas Buchanan
    Queensland
    Alex Carey
    South Australia
    Jackson Coleman
    Victoria
    Adam Coyte
    New South Wales
    Travis Dean
    Victoria
    Anthony Del Borrello
    Western Australia
    Matthew Dixon
    Western Australia
    Luke Doran
    New South Wales
    Ben Dougall
    South Australia
    Jason Floros
    Australian Capital Territory
    Joel Garrett
    South Australia
    Jake Hannan
    Queensland
    Peter Hanscomb
    Victoria
    Josh Hazlewood
    New South Wales
    Michael Johnson
    Queensland
    Alex Keath
    Victoria
    Nic Maddinson
    New South Wales
    Mitchell Marsh
    Western Australia
    Alister McDermott
    Queensland
    Jordan McLennan
    Australian Capital Territory
    Ryan Meyer
    Queensland
    Kane Richardson
    South Australia
    Angus Robson
    New South Wales
    Andrew Tazelaar
    Queensland
    Tom Triffitt
    Tasmania
    Sam Whiteman
    Western Australia
    Adam Zampa
    New South Wales
    We've had a rash of sons of test cricketers represent Aus recently, well 2 anyway which is a lot considering I can't remember the last previous to them. (Sean Marsh and Ben Laughlin if yus didn't know).
    And here in the u19 squad is 2 more (Mitchel Marsh and Alistair Mcdermott) plus also Tazelaar I'm presuming is the son of long serving Qld left-arm paceman Dirk.

    I here that Mitchell Marsh might play footy instead though.

    cheers


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    Whats maddison's claim to fame not seen his name in the under 19's,know very little about him.
    is he a big grade scorer and which club does he play for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brockley View Post
    Whats maddison's claim to fame not seen his name in the under 19's,know very little about him.
    is he a big grade scorer and which club does he play for.
    17yo, plays for Sutherland. Not a huge scorer in grade but averages around 30 IIRC. Has a penchant for scoring in big games (made twin 60's in his first 2nd XI game, played very well for NSW at the u19 carnival). Will play for NSW one day, maybe even Australia, is a star.

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    Talk about an ass whopping

    http://ls.cricket.com.au/HomeFullSco...99_2418_2.html

    I think there is a massive difference in quality of batting between these two sides.

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    2 players got 150 in an U19 ODI match? One of the two hit 6 sixes in his knock of 160. If they play in huge grounds that are used for international matches, thats an awesome effort.

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    Indian fans in "overplaying underage win" shocker.

    Maybe they'll become top level cricketers one day....

    oh wait, they won't, because you have the worst first class system in the world this side of the Faroe Islands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dontcloseyoureyes View Post
    Indian fans in "overplaying underage win" shocker.

    Maybe they'll become top level cricketers one day....

    oh wait, they won't, because you have the worst first class system in the world this side of the Faroe Islands.
    What the feck are we supposed to do on this thread then? Post the announced squads and not comment on the actual matches?

    It wasn't us who started the thread(thereby attaching importance to the series).And as far as not becoming top level cricketer goes..we have never had problems producing batsmen,did we?

    Here is what the Aus U-19 keeper had to say after today's match..

    Watching from behind the stumps, Triffitt gave high praise to the way the Indian top-order went about their batting.

    "It was awesome to see the Indians batting today and going so hard at us and bat so well," the teenager said.

    "They play so differently to us, they've got different strengths and they utilised the short boundary so well and we probably didn't bowl quite as well as we would have liked," he said.
    Last edited by Lambu; 09-04-2009 at 08:56 AM.

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