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    Do they do bone tests? In the ACC U-15 tournament all sides got dq'd besides Singapore and Kuwait where we beat them in the finals, thanks to the tests

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    Quote Originally Posted by theegyptian View Post
    why would anyone like milne or cummins who has played at senior level and is a regular at the top domestic level want to or be allowed by the respective countries to play in this. For countries this should be about development rather than winning at all costs. workloads are tough enough without adding u19 wc's to the schedule.

    with regards to topley. i don't know why he wasn't selected in the recent england u-19 squad but a hunch is that at present he is not a very good one day player. His bowling relies on swing and the white ball is notoriously harder to swing that the red. he's still pretty raw

    i can see some of the the english counties not being particularly pleased if they have to release players for this - although the ecb may make them. The only two players in the current squad who are likely to be regulars for their counties next season are bell-drummond(kent) and ball(kent). Personally i think if anyone is a regular at domestic level then they shouldn't leave that for a junior event. The other players are unlikely to be regulars by then and i'm sure the counties will be happy to release them to aid their development.
    Spot on, I've seen him at Essex and he's definitely one for the longer format IMO, gets good movement and bounce. Don't think him playing in this would help him much
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    Zimbabwe,South Africa and Pakistan in tri series,Australia have their state championships soon,Jamie Muirhead and Liam Buchanan will miss it due to Big Bash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brockley View Post
    Zimbabwe,South Africa and Pakistan in tri series,Australia have their state championships soon,Jamie Muirhead and Liam Buchanan will miss it due to Big Bash.
    ... Meyrick??

    They've both been named, and supposedly will be released for it. Part of Muirhead's agreement with the Strikers.


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    How did Pakistan manage to get a place in a tri-series against South Africa?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Agent Nationaux View Post
    How did Pakistan manage to get a place in a tri-series against South Africa?
    What you mean? Before the last WC, we arranged a tri-series with SRL and IND in South Africa as well.

    The South African u19 side should be announced tomorrow evening.

    Pakistani coach quite positive:

    We’ve prepared well for this tour and the boys have been in good form in domestic competitions,” Azhar told The Express Tribune before the team’s departure to South Africa. “The selection committee has put together a balanced team so we’re quite hopeful.”

    Ideal preparation for mega-event in August

    Azhar believed that the tour will go a long way in preparing the side for the under-19 World Cup that begins in August.

    “We’ve always performed well in World Cups and the present bunch can also handle the pressure of playing in the mega event. I’m sure this team contains players who will go on to become superstars.”

    The Tri-Nation Tournament kicks off from January 11, while the ODI series against South Africa starts from January 25.
    South African youth manager also quite positive:

    Cricket South Africa’s (CSA) Youth Cricket Manager, Niels Momberg is looking forward to the South Africa Under 19s’ performance in the World Cup following their successful tour of England in July.

    He said: “South Africa stands an excellent chance to go all the way in next year's ICC U19 World Cup. Talent, experience and preparation will be the cornerstone of their campaign. I am confident that this group will make the country proud.”

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    I hope we find a fast bowling talent in this WC our pace bowling cupboard looks quite empty.

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    Vijay Zol from India would be the player to watch in this tournament. He recently scored 451* in a domestic u-19 match(Cooch Behar Trophy) for Maharashtra u-19s

    And not just that, his last 5 scores in the tournament were 451*, 82, 176, 292, 86* with almost all of them coming at faster than 90 sr

    Look at this link - http://www.cricketarchive.com/cgi-bi...=&startseason=

    A average of 91.41 seems to be from an entirely different planet altogether. This kid seems to be a special talent & he is just 17 years old
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    The next Tendulkar

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    Quote Originally Posted by theegyptian View Post
    why would anyone like milne or cummins who has played at senior level and is a regular at the top domestic level want to or be allowed by the respective countries to play in this. For countries this should be about development rather than winning at all costs. workloads are tough enough without adding u19 wc's to the schedule.

    with regards to topley. i don't know why he wasn't selected in the recent england u-19 squad but a hunch is that at present he is not a very good one day player. His bowling relies on swing and the white ball is notoriously harder to swing that the red. he's still pretty raw

    i can see some of the the english counties not being particularly pleased if they have to release players for this - although the ecb may make them. The only two players in the current squad who are likely to be regulars for their counties next season are bell-drummond(kent) and ball(kent). Personally i think if anyone is a regular at domestic level then they shouldn't leave that for a junior event. The other players are unlikely to be regulars by then and i'm sure the counties will be happy to release them to aid their development.
    Without doubt Topley's a much better first class bowlers than one day, all you had to do was watch him play against SA U19's this last summer, hasn't quite worked out his variations and changes in length yet and came on to the bat a little too easily. Saying that I was surprised he hasn't got picked, it wouldn't have harmed his development and he's still going to be one of the best bowlers that England have, anyway the fact the WC's being held in Australia will suit him quite well when the time comes imo.
    The lad's got so much potential though, already quick enough and will get quicker when he grows into his body, gets extra bounce through his height and a left hander, plenty of up side that's for sure.

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    Player pulls out of U19 tour to South Africa


    KARACHI: Pakistan U19 team suffered a setback on Wednesday prior to their departure to South Africa when allrounder Shahid Ilyas had to pull out of the tour due to family problems.

    Shahid, who represented Islamabad region in Inter-Region U19 event, wrote to Pakistan Cricket Board that he had to look after his ailing mother and that he was not in the right state of mind to be a part of the team, it was learnt by ‘The News’.

    A well-placed source of the PCB confirmed that Shahid has pulled out personally as he does not want to leave his mother in sickness. The allrounder performed exceptionally well in the U19 tourney. He amassed 594 runs and bagged 22 wickets. But there are reports as well that he has been found over-age in medical tests. He has been replaced by NBP’s Muhammad Nawaz, who was named in the reserves.

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    Quinton de Kock to lead SA U19s in triangular series

    by Cricket South Africa on Saturday, January 7, 2012 at 11:30am

    Cricket South Africa (CSA) on Saturday announced the 15-strong South Africa under-19 squad to face Zimbabwe and Pakistan in a triangular series from 11 to 29 January 2012. The squad will be lead in the series by the most experienced player in the squad, Quinton de Kock of the bizhub Highveld Lions.

    De Kock represented the South African Schools' side in 2010 and also made his senior franchise debut for the Lions in this season's CSA one day competition. The squad was announced at the conclusion of the CSA Franchise Cubs Week in Stellenbosch.

    Besides the squad of 15 which will be in action in the triangular series another eight players will join the squad at the national academy in Pretoria in preparation for the ICC Under-19 World Cup in Australia.

    The group of 30 players from which the South African squad for the ICC World Cup later this year will be chosen was also announced.

    No less than ten of the 15 players for the triangular series were part of the South African under-19 side which toured England last year.

    The South African national under-19 squad for the triangular series against Pakistan and Zimbabwe:

    1.Quinton de Kock (Gauteng – Bizhub Highveld Lions) 2.Chad Bowes (KwaZulu-Natal – Sunfoil Dolphins) 3.Gihahn Cloete (Free State – Chevrolet Knights) 4.Murray Coetzee (Northerns – Nashua Titans) 5.Theunis de Bruyn (Northerns – Nashua Titans) 6.Corné Dry (Free State – Chevrolet Knights) 7.Rabian Engelbrecht (Boland – Nashua Mobile Cape Cobras) 8.Jan Frylinck (Boland – Nashua Mobile Cape Cobras) 9.Travis Muller (Western Province – Nashua Mobile Cape Cobras) 10. Lesiba Ngoepe (Easterns – Nashua Titans) 11. Shaylen Pillay (Gauteng – Bizhub Highveld Lions) 12. Diego Rosier (Griqualand West – Chevrolet Knights) 13. Calvin Savage (KwaZulu-Natal Inland – Sunfoil Dolphins) 14. Prenelan Subrayen (KwaZulu-Natal – Sunfoil Dolphins) 15. Lizaad Williams (Boland – Nashua Mobile Cape Cobras)

    The Management will be:

    Ray Jennings- Head Coach
    Morgan Pillay - Manager
    Geoffrey Toyana - Assistant Coach
    Henry Williams - Assistant Coach
    Enoch Nkwe - Assistant Coach
    John Bailey - Analyst
    Megan Dutton - Physiotherapist

    The following players will join the squad for the triangular at the national academy in preparation for the ICC Under-19 World Cup in Australia:

    16. Vincent Moore (Easterns – Nashua Titans) 17. Solomzi Nqweni (Eastern Province – Chevrolet Knights) 18. Sumanth Sunkari (KwaZulu-Natal – Sunfoil Dolphins) 19. Regardt Verster (Northerns – Nashua Titans) 20. Grant Edmeades (Western Province – Nashua Mobile Cape Cobras) 21. David Rhoda (Gauteng – Bizhub Highveld Lions) 22. Michael Faasen (Gauteng – Bizhub Highveld Lions) 23. Jovuan van Wyngaardt (Northerns – Nashua Titans)

    The following players are also part of the 30-man squad from which the final team for the ICC Under-19 World Cup in Australia will be chosen:

    24. Senuran Muthusamy (KwaZulu-Natal – Sunfoil Dolphins)
    25. Clyde Fortuin (Western Province – Nashua Mobile Cape Cobras)
    26. Craig Kirsten (KwaZulu-Natal – Sunfoil Dolphins)
    27. Jean Bredenkamp (Boland – Nashua Mobile Cape Cobras) 28. Gideon Conradie (Boland – Nashua Mobile Cape Cobras) 29. Mkhululi Calane (Border – Chevrolet Warriors) 30. Keagan Pietersen (Boland – Nashua Mobile Cape Cobras)

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    South Africa u19 'B' team beat Pakistan u19's in Franschoek today by 71 runs.

    Pak19 125 (32.4 ov, Mohammad Nawaz 27*, D Rhoda 1/36) - Match over | Live Scorecard | ESPN Cricinfo

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    Pretty **** performance from Pak.

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    Pakistan team at the Welcome dinner

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    Quinton De Kock introducing the team at Welcome dinner

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    Captain (De Kock) and Vice-captain (Savage) at pre-series meeting with management

    SA U19 captain Quinton de Kock & team management in a pre-series meeting ahead of the triangular

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