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    Nah they're just staying on until the start. Thrifty NZC would sure like to know how they're affording such extravagance for the children. Billeting?

    https://www.nzc.nz/schedules/fixture...p-2018-matches

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    Basically there for 3 weeks before the tournament. Taking in Christmas and New Years too. I think this will be confusing to their senior team as well. Makes you wonder.
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    Uh oh, Mangongo...

    https://www.thestandard.co.zw/2017/1...p-improvement/

    We need to make sure that we keep improving, these boys are the future and they hold the light in local cricket. At the moment our [senior] national team is in the backwaters and if we are to improve, we need to take junior cricket seriously,” Mangongo said.

    “We are doing everything possible to make sure that these juniors keep improving. With the World Cup in mind, we are definitely looking to go there and shock the world. We have done the hard yards, we’ve done all the preparations required of us and the key things are the processes. From number 10, we want to get better, it could be sixth or number one or number four but the key thing is we want to keep improving,” he said.

    Mangongo said the final squad was selected following a rigorous two-year programme that included trials, several training camps and tours to Malaysia, Namibia, South Africa, Australia and India by the youth side.

    Zimbabwe also recently hosted reigning world champions West Indies for a three-match Youth One Day International (ODI) series in July, which they narrowly lost 2-1.

    “The boys have had a long journey which started with 88 boys from the 10 provinces and the two-year programme has been very intense and rigorous,” he said.

    “It is an honour to have worked with such kind of boys who cherish and have a dream to eventually represent their nation at the highest level.

    “These boys are living a dream and hopefully in a few years’ time, or a few months’ time, we will see some of them graduating into higher levels of cricket.”
    I like how invested Zimbabweans remain in their cricket kids though. I know if I started a New Zealand school cricket Facebook page, there wouldn't be frequent and passionate comments regarding every U19 selection call -
    https://www.facebook.com/zimbabwe-sc...4083517010860/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kippax View Post
    Uh oh, Mangongo...

    https://www.thestandard.co.zw/2017/1...p-improvement/



    I like how invested Zimbabweans remain in their cricket kids though. I know if I started a New Zealand school cricket Facebook page, there wouldn't be frequent and passionate comments regarding every U19 selection call -
    https://www.facebook.com/zimbabwe-sc...4083517010860/
    It's massive Kippax.

    They also live stream the T20 schools event where some South African schools go over for every year.
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    Cricket Australia done brilliantly with the player inserts.

    First Indian Origin to captain Australia u19s


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    SA U19 Capping Ceremony


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    Uh oh, Zim U19 are going to get within a wicket or two of a shock upset, just like Mangongo promised -
    https://scoring.nzc.nz/livescoring/m...scorecard.aspx

    They've cut the crap and gone for really sparing use of their seamers. It's paid dividends.

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    Afghanistan U19 now joining Zim in getting a pretty extensive acclimatisation tour underway, playing against a Central Districts XI (a three-match series). Rahmanullah Gurbaz 127 -
    https://scoring.nzc.nz/livescoring/m...scorecard.aspx

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    The upcoming schedule for international U19 sides against NZ provincial A sides -
    https://www.nzc.nz/schedules/fixture...p-2018-matches

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    Not only Zimbabwe there so early.

    Afghanistan left on 17 December. Winning the u19 Asia Cup really is exciting for their growth as a cricket nation. We've seen Bangladesh become so competitive at this age group and as a result there is growth higher up.



    Bangladesh and Ireland also left in the last 24 hours.



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    Pakistan handily beat Australia 2-0 (one washout) in a series in Melbourne.



    Channel to find more footage from that -
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCN...oclewZRREFBGUw

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    Weak effort by using a B side by Australia,you would think the first team would need game time.They will give Baggy Greens out in paper bags soon.
    Oh yea Sam Healelett and Heath Cartwright in One Dayers.

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    Ah I see.

    Early afternoon Friday, if anyone wants to see Aust's proper U19 players.

    BBL Pathways Match Ponting XI v Gilchrist XI
    When: 5 January 2018
    Time: 12.15pm start, local time
    Where: The Gabba, Brisbane

    Ponting XI: Max Bryant (QLD), Jack Edwards (NSW), Zak Evans (VIC), Ryan Hadley (NSW), Baxter Holt (NSW), Nathan McSweeney (QLD), Jonathan Merlo (VIC), Lloyd Pope (SA), Jason Sangha (NSW), Will Sutherland (VIC), Param Uppal (NSW)

    Gilchrist XI: Xavier Bartlett (QLD), Blake Edwards (QLD), Jarrod Freeman (TAS), Cameron Green (WA), Ryan Hackney (NSW), Brad Hope (WA), Jason Ralston (NSW), Patrick Rowe (VIC), Matthew Spoors (WA), Jack White (TAS), Austin Waugh (NSW).

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    Prithvi Shaw and India in action today in Napier -
    https://scoring.nzc.nz/livescoring/m...scorecard.aspx

    I've been warned by Indian fans that their new ball bowlers (Mavi and Nagarkoti) are actually going to be quite strong in this WC, and tbf, they weren't smashed to all parts this morning. The others then got some beans from Willem Ludick and his continued push for CD Stags selection.
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