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    Where are the players of the last under 19 World Cup?

    The under-19 world cup is a place for competition among the youngsters which is said to sport talent for future and get players some very good competition at a very young age.

    So my qeustion is what are the people who took part in the last under 19 world cup doing now? Like what grade of cricket the players are playing, if at all, all the info possible.

    This could give us a better idea of how much to expect from current players in the under 19 world cup in the future.

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    England U19

    Bilal Shafayat - now with England A but not performing too well domestically
    Nicky Peng - starting to put runs together regularly for Durham
    Kyle Hogg - starting to make an impact at Lancs, too many bowlers infront of him to make a real impression
    Kadeer Ali - with England A, why, I don't know
    Samit Patel - still an U19 and still learning - looks promising
    Nick Compton - no idea
    Gorden Muchall - regularish at Durham, only averaging late 20s
    Mark Pettini - Essex, not playing too much FC, not making too many
    Tim Bresnan - still U19, another promising talent
    Stephen Pope - Glos' backup keeper - waiting for Russell to quit!
    Chris Gilbert - er, played an NCL game for Yorks this year.
    Paul McMahon - looking to break into Notts' 1sts
    Nadeem Malik - fringe of Notts' team
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    Originally posted by Neil Pickup
    Mark Pettini - Essex, not playing too much FC, not making too many
    Still, a very promising talent.
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    Most of the Indian squad that reached the semis of the last youth cup are now playing fc cricket.

    Parthiv and Pathan have of course represented the country.
    Trivedi has played for India A.


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    Originally posted by Neil Pickup
    Nadeem Malik - fringe of Notts' team
    He signed for Worcs about a month ago. I never realised he was in the last U19 wc squad. Although if he wasnt good enough for Notts first team i cant see him breaking into Worc's with the likes of Bichel / Mason / Kabir / Hall in front of him.

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    Originally posted by Neil Pickup
    England U19

    Samit Patel - still an U19 and still learning - looks promising
    Tim Bresnan - still U19, another promising talent
    That's a pretty damn good achievment to be playing the U19 World Cup at 15ish :O

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    The last one was two years ago, Rich

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    Originally posted by Neil Pickup
    Nadeem Malik - fringe of Notts' team
    Actually he's been signed by Worcestershire and been promised a good run.
    "Age is just a stupid number"

    20...that's a rather big number :(:(:(

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    Originally posted by Neil Pickup
    The last one was two years ago, Rich
    17 then

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    RO Hinds - has played for WI and is on the fringe now.
    MN Samuels - we all know about him.
    CF Lopez - haven't a clue.
    KJ Wilkinson - very close to WI selection it seems.
    BP Parchment - a fixture for Jamaica seniors.
    JJC Lawson - see Samuels.
    AP Richardson - talented seamer and a fixture for Jamaica this season.
    S Chattergoon - fixture for Guyana seniors.
    NO Deonarine - see Chattergoon.
    R Ramgobin - haven't a clue.
    ZR Ali - played the Carib Beer Cup last year. Not sure what happened this year.
    RI Sooklal - the #2 fingerspinner in T&T.
    G Francois - haven't a clue.
    CC Alexander - did an OK job in limited opportunity for the Windwards.
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    Originally posted by SpaceMonkey
    He signed for Worcs about a month ago. I never realised he was in the last U19 wc squad. Although if he wasnt good enough for Notts first team i cant see him breaking into Worc's with the likes of Bichel / Mason / Kabir / Hall in front of him.
    He did pretty well when he was given the chance and played quite a few OD games. I think he could end up being pretty useful.

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    Ross Taylor - Revelation in State Shield, will make the NZ team within a year or two.
    Neil Broom - Lots of potential, but yet to establish a spot in the Canterbury team.
    Rob Nicol - Established in Auckland team.
    Jesse Ryder - Huge talent, but plagued by discipline problems.

    The rest of the 2002 NZ U19 team have either played a handful of games for their respective provincial teams or have never made it that far as yet.

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    Charles Coventry of Zimbabwe has played at least one ODI for the senior side. Anyone else know anything about the other Zim U-19s?

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    Taibu was one of them wasn't he?
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    Originally posted by Rik
    Charles Coventry of Zimbabwe has played at least one ODI for the senior side. Anyone else know anything about the other Zim U-19s?
    I think Stu Matsikenyeri was too...

    Where are you guys getting all the squads from? Id like to have a look at SA's
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