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    India u19 World Cup squad

    The XI that started the Asia Cup Final

    Ankush BAINS - (18) - (wk) - Himachal Pradesh
    Akhil HERWADKAR - (19) - Mumbai
    Vijay ZOL - (19) - (Captain) - Maharashtra
    Sanju SAMSON - (19) (wk) - Kerala
    Sarfaraz KHAN - (16) - Mumbai
    Ricky BHUI - (17) - Andhra Pradesh
    Deepak HOODA - (18) - (seam) - Baroda
    Aamir GANI - (17) - (off-spin) - Bengal
    Kuldeep YADAV - (19) - (chinaman-googly) - Uttar Pradesh
    Avesh KHAN - (17) - (seam) - Madhya Pradesh
    Chama MILIND - (19) - (seam) - Hyderabad

    Shreyas IYER - (19) - Mumbai
    Karan KAILA - (19) - (sla spin) - Punjab
    Monu Kumar SINGH - (19) - (seam) - Jharkhand
    Atit SHETH - (17) - (seam) - Baroda


    The India-U19s selectors have not tinkered much with the combination that won the Asia Cup in the UAE earlier this month, making just one change in the 15-player squad named for the World Cup - which will be played at the same venues - in February: medium-pacer Atit Sheth comes in, in place of left-armer Rishi Arothe.

    Pritam Chakraborty, who was in the Asia Cup sixteen, misses out as he will be overage by the time the World Cup begins.

    Vijay Zol, who had scored a match-winning hundred for the team against Pakistan in the Asia Cup final, will continue to lead. Zol also played a key role for Maharashtra in the Ranji Trophy quarter-final last week, scoring an unbeaten 91 to help them run down a target of 252 to dump domestic giants Mumbai out of the competition. He is one of only two players in the squad with previous World Cup experience, having been part of the squad that won the title in Australia in 2012. The other is batsman Akhil Herwadkar, who had scored a century and a fifty in five games in the Asia Cup.

    Kerala wicketkeeper-batsman Sanju Samson, who made headlines last week after he was the youngest player retained by an IPL franchise ahead of the 2014 season - he was held back by Rajasthan Royals - is also part of the fifteen. Samson had also scored a hundred in the Asia Cup final.

    Sheth is not a completely new face on the U-19 circuit, having played in the away series against Sri Lanka in August 2013, and the quadrangular series in Visakhapatnam in September that also included Australia, South Africa and Zimbabwe. He played four games in all, in those two series, claiming five wickets.

    Bharat Arun, the long-time India U-19 coach, who was also part of the successful World Cup campaign in 2012, will continue to coach the side.

    India are slotted into Group A at the World Cup, also with Pakistan, Scotland and Papua New Guinea. Their opening game is against Pakistan, on February 15, in Dubai.

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    England u19 World Cup Squad

    Jonny TATTERSALL - (19) - (vc) - Yorkshire
    Dominic SIBLEY - (18) - Surrey
    Ed BARNARD - (18) - Worcestershire
    Ryan HIGGINS - (18) - Middlesex
    Ben DUCKETT - (19) - (wk) - Northamptonshire
    Harry FINCH - (18) - Sussex
    Robert JONES - (18) - Lancashire
    Joe CLARKE - (17) - (wk) - Worcestershire
    Wilfred RHODES - (18) - (captain, bat/seam) - Yorkshire
    Rob SAYER - (18) - (bat, ros) - Leicestershire
    Miles HAMMOND - (17) - (bat, ros) - Gloucestershire
    Luke WOOD - (18) - (seam) - Nottinghamshire
    Jack WINSLADE - (18) - (seam) - Surrey
    Matthew FISHER - (16) - (seam) - Yorkshire
    Josh SHAW - (17) - (seam) - Yorkshire

    The fifteen man squad that will depart on January 31st before beginning with a game against the hosts, UAE, at the Zayed Cricket Stadium on February 14th before going on to play further group matches against Sri Lanka (February 16th) and New Zealand (February 18th) in Dubai.

    As with the senior World Cup, all matches will be played over 50 overs. If they succeed in progressing from their group, England could meet one of fifteen other countries in the knock out stage. Should they succeed in making it all the way to the final, this will be played on March 1st.

    EDP Head Selector David Graveney said:

    “This squad contains an exciting mix of young talent which we look forward to seeing perform on the world stage against top class opposition.

    “It will be an excellent experience for these young players to develop their games in a world class environment, competing at the highest level in this prestigious tournament.”

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    Oh Mcdermott will be there,had a good state series,and chosen for Prime Ministers' xl.

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    Sorry Brock, was talking about McDermott senior not being there because of getting the senior gig again.

    Hick and Chappell in charge now ?


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    oh great, bradburn coaches this team too.

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    CA always have a policy of releasing players for the World Youth Cup,and Mcdermott not got a game for the Heat,and Burns back soon,and Mcdermott only a replacement.
    Last edited by brockley; 13-01-2014 at 02:25 PM.

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    Only Bazley really as a new player ?

    They picked Mortimer and Short. Maybe due to experience they already gained on tours. So didn't want too many uncapped players in alien conditions.

    I know SA took a risk by picking 4 new players that are uncapped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeamUp View Post
    England u19 World Cup Squad

    Jonny TATTERSALL - (19) - (vc) - Yorkshire
    Dominic SIBLEY - (18) - Surrey
    Ed BARNARD - (18) - Worcestershire
    Ryan HIGGINS - (18) - Middlesex
    Ben DUCKETT - (19) - (wk) - Northamptonshire
    Harry FINCH - (18) - Sussex
    Robert JONES - (18) - Lancashire
    Joe CLARKE - (17) - (wk) - Worcestershire
    Wilfred RHODES - (18) - (captain, bat/seam) - Yorkshire
    Rob SAYER - (18) - (bat, ros) - Leicestershire
    Miles HAMMOND - (17) - (bat, ros) - Gloucestershire
    Luke WOOD - (18) - (seam) - Nottinghamshire
    Jack WINSLADE - (18) - (seam) - Surrey
    Matthew FISHER - (16) - (seam) - Yorkshire
    Josh SHAW - (17) - (seam) - Yorkshire

    The fifteen man squad that will depart on January 31st before beginning with a game against the hosts, UAE, at the Zayed Cricket Stadium on February 14th before going on to play further group matches against Sri Lanka (February 16th) and New Zealand (February 18th) in Dubai.

    As with the senior World Cup, all matches will be played over 50 overs. If they succeed in progressing from their group, England could meet one of fifteen other countries in the knock out stage. Should they succeed in making it all the way to the final, this will be played on March 1st.

    EDP Head Selector David Graveney said:
    Woah, I'm obviously late to the party here, but there's a Wilfred Rhodes?

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    The West Indies Squad has been announced:

    Ramaal Lewis (17, Jamaica, Batsman/Spinner) – Captain
    Nicholas Pooran (18, T&T, Wicket Keeper) – Vice Captain
    Fabian Allen (18, Jamaica, Batsman/Spinner)
    Tagenarine Chanderpaul (17, Guyana, Opening Batsman)
    Bryan Charles (18, T&T, Batsman/Spinner)
    Tristan Coleman (19, Jamaica, Batsman)
    Jonathan Drakes (19, Barbados, Batsman)
    Shimron Hetmeyer (17, Guyana, Opening Batsman)
    Jerome Jones (18, Barbados, Seamer)
    Ray Jordan (19, Windward Islands, Faaaaaaaaaaaaast Bowler)
    Brandon King (19, Jamaica, Batsman)
    Preston McSween (18, Windward Islands, Seamer)
    Marquino Mindley (19, Jamaica, Seamer)
    Gudakesh Motie (18, Guyana, Spinner)
    Jeremy Solozano (18, T&T, Opening Batsman)

    As I previously mentioned, we have an extremely talented bowling attack for Under 19 level, but the batting is as weak as it has been for a long time. Ray Jordan is incredibly quick (but may well have a dodgy bowling action), Mindley and Mcsween are excellent swing bowlers and as you would expect given conditions in the West Indies nowadays, we have a good collection of front line and part time spinners.

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    This is always fun to watch on the tv just to see if there are any sickos coming through. Always fun to look at the speed gun to see where the next potential out and out quick bowler is coming from.

    Guess De Kock has been the breakout star of the previous tournament.

    Sodhi, Anamul Haque, Ehsan Adil, Brathwaite all have played test cricket but De Kock is the one who has really stood out.

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