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    Sri Lanka U19 Squad

    1. Kamindu Mendis (Captain – Richmond College, Galle)
    2. Jehan Daniel (Vice-Captain – St. Joseph’s College, Colombo 10)
    3. Hasitha Boyagoda (Trinity College, Kandy)
    4. Thisaru Rashmika Dilshan (Trinity College, Kandy)
    5. Krishan Sanjula (De Mazenod College, Kandana)
    6. Kalana Perera (S. Thomas’ College, Mount Lavinia)
    7. Dananjaya Lakshan (Richmond College, Galle)
    8. Praveen Jayawickrama (St. Sebastian’s College, Moratuwa)
    9. Nuwanidu Fernando (St. Sebastian’s College, Moratuwa)
    10. Ashen Bandara (St. Aloysius’ College, Galle)
    11. Hareen Buddhila (St. Aloysius’ College, Galle)
    12. Nipun Malinga (Mahinda College, Galle),
    13. Nipun Dananjaya (St. Joseph Vaz College, Wennappuwa)
    14. Nishan Madushka (Moratu Maha Vidyalaya)
    15. Santhush Gunathilaka (St. Peter’s College, Colombo 4)

    Stand-by players – Vishva Chathuranga (Prince of Wales’ College, Moratuwa), Ravindu Sanjana (St. Aloysius’ College, Galle), Randeer Ranasinghe (St. Anne’s College, Kurunegala), Ayana Siriwardana (Isipathana College, Colombo 5), Thilan Prashan (St. Servatius’ College, Matara).
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    Assume that is the Kenyan squad Andruid ?

    If so, just waiting on Australia now.


    Afghanistan
    Afghanistan's squad was announced on 7 December 2017


    Naveen-ul-Haq (c)
    Qais Ahmad
    Azmatullah
    Ikram Faizi
    Rahmanullah Gurbaz
    Mohammad Ibrahim
    Zahir Khan
    Darwish Rasooli
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    Tariq Stanikzai
    Nisar Wahdat
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    Mujeeb Zadran
    Yousuf Zazai

    Ireland
    Ireland's squad was announced on 8 December 2017


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    Ian Anders
    Aaron Cawley
    Varun Chopra
    Mark Donegan
    Jonathan Garth
    Jamie Grassi
    Reece Kelly
    Graham Kennedy
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    Quote Originally Posted by SeamUp View Post
    Assume that is the Kenyan squad Andruid ?

    If so, just waiting on Australia now.
    Should be


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    AUSTRALIA'S SQUAD

    Australia's squad for the Under-19 World Cup will be captained by batsman Jason Sangha, and include allrounder Austin Waugh - son of former captain Steve Waugh. Another allrounder, Will Sutherland, son of Cricket Australia's (CA) chief executive James Sutherland, has been named vice-captain.

    Last month Sangha had become the youngest Australian to make a first-class century against England, scoring 133 for the CA XI in a tour game in Townsville in the lead up to the Ashes.

    In July, Sutherland, a powerful batsman and fast-medium bowler, had chosen cricket over football, accepting a multi-year rookie deal with Victoria rather than nominating himself for the AFL draft.

    In 2016, Waugh had hit an unbeaten hundred in the final of the Under-17 National Championships, and earlier this year represented Australia U-19s in a one-day series against Sri Lanka's youth side.

    Former Australia pacer Ryan Harris will coach the U-19 side, while former batsman Chris Rogers will assist him.

    The U-19 World Cup will be played between January 13 and February 3 in New Zealand. Australia are slotted into Group B, and will open their campaign against India on January 14 in Mount Maunganui. The other teams in Group B are Zimbabwe and Papua New Guinea.
    No Cameron Green. Can't bowl yet.

    https://www.cricket.com.au/news/unde...ope/2017-12-15

    Australia U-19 squad:

    Batsmen
    Jason Sangha (capt) NSW
    Max Bryant QLD
    Jack Edwards NSW
    Austin Waugh NSW

    Batsmen (bowl spin)
    Param Uppal NSW
    Nathan McSweeney QLD
    Jarrod Freeman TAS

    Keeper
    Baxter Holt NSW

    Seamer/all-rounders
    Will Sutherland (vice-capt) VIC
    Jonathan Merlo VIC

    Seamers
    Xavier Bartlett QLD
    Zak Evans VIC
    Ryan Hadley NSW
    Jason Ralston NSW

    Spinner
    Lloyd Pope SA


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    Final confirmation of the Kenya squad

    https://www.the-star.co.ke/news/2017...r-the_c1685047


    Little-known Rene Were is among the final Team Kenya squad unveiled yesterday for the 2018 ICC Under-19 World Cup in New Zealand in January and February next year.
    The U-19 World Cup, which is held every two years, will see 16 teams battle for the title. Kenya are in Group ‘A’ alongside hosts New Zealand, defending champions West Indies and South Africa.
    Were, who resides in Namibia, headlines the 15-man squad that will be led by Kanbis’ star Sachin Bhudia. The left-handed batsman impressed selectors during his two-week training in Nairobi last month thus earning his place in the team that is expected to leave the country on December 28. “I had no idea about him but when he came up for training, he was impressive and he gave the selectors something to think about and at the end of it all, won their trust,” coach Jimmy Kamande said.
    Were, Sidhart Vasudev and Jay Doshi are the new inclusion in the team that shockingly beat Uganda in July to qualify for the World Cup. They replace Peponi School captain Rahul Seedhar and spinner Yaksh Patel. Seedhar didn’t make himself available for selection while Patel failed to secure release from his school in the USA.
    Kamande said the Wanderers Cricket Club player will give him depth in batting department now that Seedhar is unavailable.
    “We need to have depth in batting if we are to be competitive. We believe Were will come through now that we will miss Seedhar. Other exciting selections include opening batsman and Soya nominee, Aman Gandhi. Gandhi was placed 35th in the Nairobi Provincial Cricket Association (NPCA) batting this season and was the fourth top batsman at Sir Ali Muslim Club with 237 runs from 11 innings.
    Gandhi has been selected alongside another SOYA nominee, Abhishek Chidambaran. Chidambaran’s 22 wickets were instrumental as Stray Lions retained the league two weeks ago. Kamande is confident that the selectors have made the right choices and is excited by the collective experience of the team. “It’s definitely one of the most exciting times in these kids’ lives and careers. They deserve this honour. This are the fruits of their hard work for the last six months,” he said.
    “I’m very excited as a coach to take this group to New Zealand. They are massively talented with the potential for even greater things. I’m confident we have picked a combination that will give us the desired results.”

    Squad: Aman Gandhi, Dennis Musyoka, Aveet Desai, Rene Were, Thomas Ochieng, Sachin Bhudia, Ankit Hirani, Sukhdeep Singh, Jasraj Kundi, Jayant Mepani, Jay Doshi, Maxwel Ager, Gérard Mwendwa, Sidhart Vasudev, Abhishekh Chidambaran; Reserves: Minal Kerai, Viraj Patel.
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    Australia's new leg-spin hope - Pope

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeamUp View Post
    Australia's new leg-spin hope - Pope

    Been superbly impressed with Pope, both from what I have seen myself and what I have heard from friends in and around the Adelaide grade cricket scene. Better long format potential than Zampa imo, wouldn't be too shocked to see him in the Redbacks Shield squad sooner rather than later.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GoodAreasShane View Post
    Been superbly impressed with Pope, both from what I have seen myself and what I have heard from friends in and around the Adelaide grade cricket scene. Better long format potential than Zampa imo, wouldn't be too shocked to see him in the Redbacks Shield squad sooner rather than later.
    Leading wicket-taker the last 2 U19 National Championships.

    But I often find at this level the best quicks aren't necessarily up there so more chance of the best spinners being there.

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    Zimbabwe must be tapping into some good ICC funds to get this early acclimatisation tour and a pair of Bay Oval day/nighters before Christmas. Tauranga at this time of year is pretty popular.
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    Sorry to report to Zim fans that Ravindra and Bhula chucked their hundreds away, more than anything else. Chimhinya the bowler to benefit.

    https://scoring.nzc.nz/livescoring/m...scorecard.aspx

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    I'm just morbidly curious whether it's a Youth ODI, and I should take an interest, or a Micky Mouse unofficial 12 a side game.

    Dale Phillips mysteriously appeared on the scorecard to make it 12.

    The 2 warmup unofficial games provided to each competitor by the ICC in January not enough for nz, need 4 not-games. Actual games are no use to us.

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    That is damn impressive they can fit this in for Zimbabwe u19s. Fly back home and then go back. Seriously ?

    This group have even been to Asia, Australia and obviously South Africa in this cycle.

    Two boys schooled in SA there.

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