ICC u19 Cricket World Cup Results, Scores

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ICC under19 Cricket World Cup Results, Score 2018. The schedule of the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2018, which will be held across in four cities – Christchurch, Queenstown, Tauranga and Whangarei from 13 January to 03 February 2018.

 ICC Under-19 World Cup, Jan 13 2018

1st match, Group D: Afghanistan v Pakistan at Whangarei

Afghanistan beat Pakistan by 5 wickets in a Group D match at Cobham Oval, Whangarei

Pakistan 188, 47.4 overs (Rohail Nazir 81, Ali Zaryab 30, Azmatullah Omarzai 3-34, Qais Ahmad 3-38, Naveen-ul-Haq 2-30)

Afghanistan 194-5, 47.3 overs (Darwish Rasool 76 not out, Ikram Ali 46, Rahmanullah Gurbaz 31, Hassan Khan 2-45)

Player of the match: Darwish Rasool 76*(78 Balls) – Afganistan

Pakistan U19 Squad: Playing XI: Muhammad Zaid Alam, Rohail Nazir (wk), Mohammad Taha, Ammad Alam, Ali Zaryab, Saad Khan, Hasan Khan (c), Muhammad Musa, Shaheen Afridi, Arshad Iqbal, Suleman Shafqat

Afghanistan U19 Squad: Rahmanullah, Baheer Shah, Darwish Rasooli, Nisar Wahdat, Ikram Ali Khil (wk), Azmatullah, Qais Ahmad, Ibrahim Zadran, Naveen-ul-Haq (c), Mujeeb Zadran, Zahir Khan

2nd match, Group B: Papua New Guinea v Zimbabwe at Lincoln

Zimbabwe beat Papua New Guinea by 10 wickets in a Group B match at Lincoln No 3, Christchurch (20 overs per side)

Papua New Guinea 95 all out, 20 Overs (Igo Mahuru 26, Wesseley Madevere 3-19, Milton Shumba 2-19)

Zimbabwe 98 for no loss (Wesseley Madevere 53 not out, Gregory Dollar 48 not out)

Player of the match: Wesseley Madevere 53* (44) – Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe U19 Squad: Gregory Dollar (wk), Wesley Madhavere, Milton Shumba, Liam Nicholas Roche (c), Dion Myers, Alistair Frost, Jayden Schadendorf, Robert Chimhinya, Taun Harrison, Kieran Robinson, Jonathan Connolly

Papua New Guinea U19 Squad: Simon Atai (wk), Igo Mahuru, Vagi Karaho (c), Ovia Sam, Sinaka Arua, Nou Rarua, Eisa Eka, Daure Aiga, James Tau, Boge Arua, Semo Kamea

3rd match, Group C: Bangladesh v Namibia at Lincoln

Bangladesh beat Namibia by 87 runs in a Group C match at Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln, Christchurch (20 overs per side)

Bangladesh 190-4, 20 Overs (Mohammad Saif Hassan 84, Naim Sheikh 60)

Namibia 103-6, 20 Overs (Eben van Wyk 55 not out, Hasan Mahmud 2-12, Qazi Onik 2-14)

Player of the match: Mohammad Saif Hassan 84(48) – Bangladesh

Bangladesh U19 Squad: Pinak Ghosh, Mohammad Naim, Saif Hassan (c), Afif Hossain, Towhid Hridoy, Aminul Islam, Mahidul Islam Ankon (wk), Qazi Onik, Robiul Hoque, Nayeem Hasan, Hasan Mahmud

Namibia U19 Squad: Jurgen Linde, Lohandre Louwrens (c & wk), Shaun Fouche, Eben van Wyk, Erich van Mollendorf, Loftie-Eaton, Petrus Burger, Gerhard Lottering, Mauritius Ngupita, Ben Shikongo, Dewald Nell

4th match, Group A: New Zealand v West Indies at Mount Maunganui

New Zealand beat Windies by eight wickets in a Group A match at Bay Oval, Tauranga

Windies 233-8, 50 overs (Keagan Simmons 92 not out, Kimani Melius 78, Rachin Ravindra 3-30, Matthew Fisher 3-61, Felix Murray 2-37)

New Zealand 234-2, 39.3 overs (Finn Allen 115 not out, Jakob Bhula 83).

Player of the match: Finn Allen 115* (100) – New Zealand

  ICC Under-19 World Cup, Jan 14 2018

5th match, Group D – Ireland v Sri Lanka, Cobham Oval, Whangarei

Sri Lanka beat Ireland by seven wickets (48 overs per side)

Ireland 207-8, 48 overs (Jamie Grassi 75, Mark Donegan 36, Joshua Little 25; Kamindu Mendis 3-35)

Sri Lanka 208-3, 37.3 overs (Dhananjaya Lakshan 101 not out, Kamindu Mendis 74 not out; Aaron Cawley 2-26)

Player of the Match: Dhananjaya Lakshan (Sri Lanka)

6th match, Group A – Kenya v South Africa, Lincoln No. 3, Christchurch

South Africa beat Kenya by 189 runs

South Africa 341-7, 50 Overs (Raynard van Tonder 143, Jiveshan Pillay 62, Gerald Coetzee 36 not out; Jasraj Kundi 2-49, Jayant Mepani 2-60)

Kenya 172-7, 50 Overs (Jasraj Kundi 41, Ankit Hirani 35 not out; Akhona Mnyaka 2-9, Kenan Smith 2-36)

Player of the Match: Raynard van Tonder (South Africa)

7th match, Group B – Australia Under-19s v India, Bay Oval, Tauranga

India beat Australia by 100 runs

India 328-7, 50 overs (Prithvi Shaw 94, Manjot Kalra 86, Shubman Gill 63, Abhishek Sharma 23; Jack Edwards 4-65)

Australia 228 all out, 42.5 overs (Jack Edwards 73, Baxtor Holt 39, Jonathan Merlo 38; Kamlesh Nagarkoti 3-29, Shivam Mavi 3-45)

Player of the match: Prithvi Shaw (India)

ICC Under-19 World Cup, Jan 15 2018
8th match, Group C – Bangladesh v Canada, Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln

Bangladesh beat Canada by 66 runs

Bangladesh 264-8, 50 overs (Tawhid Hridoy 122, Afif Hossain 50, Mohammad Naim Sheikh 47; Faisal Jamkhandi 5-48)

Canada 198 all out, 49.3 overs (Arslan Khan 63, Pranav Sharma 34 Asif Hossain

Player of the Match: Afif Hossain (Bangladesh)

9th match, Group C – England v Namibia, Queenstown Events Centre

England beat Namibia by eight wickets

Namibia 196-9, 50 overs (Shaun Fouche 44, Nicol Loftie-Eaton 36; Luke Hollman 3-41, Tom Sciver 2-30, Harry Brook 2-32)

England 198-2, 24.1 overs (Will Jacks 73 not out, Harry Brook 59 not out; Gerhard Lottering 2-33)

Player of the Match: Will Jacks (England

ICC Under-19 World Cup, Jan 16 2018
10th match, Group D – Ireland  v Pakistan, Cobham Oval, Whangarei

India beat Papua New Guinea by 10 wickets

PNG 64 all out, 21.5 overs (Anukul Roy 5-14, Shivam Mavi 2-16)
India 67 for no loss, eight overs (Prithvi Shaw 57 not out)

Player of the Match: Anukul Roy (India)

 11th match, Group B – India v Papua New Guinea, Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui 

Pakistan beat Ireland by nine wickets
Ireland 97 all out, 28.5 overs (Joshua Little 24 not out; Shaheen Afridi 6-15)
Pakistan 98-1, 8.5 overs (Zaid Alam 43 not out, Hassan Khan 27 not out)

Player of the Match: Shaheen Afridi (Pakistan)

ICC Under-19 World Cup, Jan 17 2018

12th match, Group D – Afghanistan v Sri Lanka, Cobham Oval, Whangarei

Afghanistan beat Sri Lanka by 32 runs under DLS method

Afghanistan 284-7, 50 overs (Ibrahim Zadran 86, Darwish Rasool 63, Ikram Ali 55; Nipun Malinga 2-56, Thisaru Rashmika 2-64)

Sri Lanka (target 235 from 38 overs) 202 all out, 37.3 overs (Jehan Daniel 48, Krishan Arachige 41, Ashen Bandara 38, Kamindu Mendis 32; Naveen-ul-Haq 4-35, Azmatullah Moarzai 2-37, Qais Ahmed 2-37)

Player of the match: Ibrahim Zadran

13th match, Group B – Australia v Zimbabwe, Lincoln No 3

Australia beat Zimbabwe by seven wickets

Zimbabwe 134 all out, 33.2 overs (Robert Chimhinya 27; Xavier Bartlett 3-20, Will Sutherland 2-21, Lloyd Pope 2-31)

Australia 135-3, 18.2 overs (Max Bryant 44, Jack Edwards 40, Jason Sangha 30)

Player of the match: Xavier Bartlett (Australia)

14th match, Group A – New Zealand v Kenya Hagley Oval, Christchurch

New Zealand beat Kenya by 234 runs

New Zealand 436-4, 50 overs (Jakob Bhula 180, Rachin Ravindra 117, Finn Allen 90)

Kenya 193-4, 50 overs (Aman Gandhi 63, Thomas Ochieng 39 not out; Rachin Ravindra 2-33)

Player of the match: Jacob Bhula (New Zealand)

15th match, Group A – South Africa  v West Indies, Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui

South Africa beat Windies by 76 runs

South Africa 282-8, 50 overs (Wandile Makwetu 99 not out, Jiveshan Pillay 47)

Windies 206 all out, 45.3 overs (Alick Athanage 76, Kirstan Kallicharan 44, Gerald Coetzee 2-21, Hermann Rolfes 4-33, Jade de Klerk 2-40)

Player of the match: Wandile Makwetu

ICC Under-19 World Cup, Jan 18 2018

16th match, Group C – Canada v Namibia Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln

Canada Under-19s won by 4 wickets (with 48 balls remaining)

Canada Under-19s 197 for 6 (Arslan 72, Gill 52, Kevin 50*) beat Namibia Under-19s 193 (Louwrens 38, Gill 4-43) by four wickets

 17th match, Group C – Bangladesh v England, Queenstown Events Centre 

England Under-19s won by 7 wickets (with 123 balls remaining)

England Under-19s 177 for 3 (Brook 102*, Woods 48*) beat Bangladesh Under-19s 175 (Afif 63, Bamber 3-19, Woods 3-26) by seven wickets
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Player of the match: Harry Brook

ICC Under-19 World Cup, Jan 19 2018

18th match, Group D: Pakistan v Sri Lanka at Whangarei

Pakistan Under-19s won by 3 wickets (with 39 balls remaining)

Pakistan 190 for 7 (Zaryab 59, Rashmika 3-47) beat Sri Lanka 188 (Daniel 53, Shafqat 3-29, Afridi 2-41) by three wickets

Player of the match: Akash Gill

19th match, Group B – Australia v Papua New Guinea, Lincoln No 3

Australia Under-19s won by 311 runs

Australia Under-19s 370 for 8 (McSweeney 156, Sangha 88, Tau 2-42) beat Papua New Guinea Under-19s 59 (Morea 20, Ralston 7-15) by 311 runs

Player of the match: Nathan McSweeney

20th match, Group B: India v Zimbabwe at Mount Maunganui

India Under-19s won by 10 wickets (with 170 balls remaining)

India Under-19 155 for 0 (Gill 90*, Desai 56*) beat Zimbabwe Under-19 154 all out (Shumba 36, Roche 31, Roy 4-20) by 10 wickets

Player of the match: Shubman Gill

ICC Under-19 World Cup, Jan 20 2018
21st match, Group D – Afghanistan v Ireland, Cobham Oval, Whangarei

Ireland beat Afghanistan by four runs

Ireland 225-8, 50 overs (Graham Kennedy 37 not out, Herry Trecgor 36, Neil Rock 35, Jamie Grassi 32; Qais Ahmed 3-32, Wafadar Momand 3-50).

Afghanistan 221 all out in 49.2 overs (Bahir Shah 35, Tariq Stanikzai 33, Harry Tector 3-37, Joshua Little 2-40)

Player of the match: Harry Tector (Ireland)

22nd match, Group A – Kenya v West Indies Lincoln No 3, Christchurch

Windies beat Kenya by 222 runs

Windies 318-7, 50 overs (Alick Athanaze 116, Kimani Melius 60, Kirstan Kallicharan 36; Aveet Desai 3-54)

Kenya 96 all out, 24.4 Overs (Aman Gandhi 37; Bhaskar Yadram 5-18, Jeavor Royal 4-25)

Player of the match: Alick Athanaze (Windies)

23rd match, Group C – Canada v England, Queenstown Events Centre

England beat Canada by 282 runs

England 383-7, 50 overs (Liam Banks 120, Will Jacks 102, Jack Davis 57; Faisal Jamkhandi 3-68, Tiaan Pretorius 3-69)

Canada 101 all out, 31.5 overs (Pranav Sharma 24; Prem Sisodiya 3-23, Adam Finch 2-10, Luke Hollman 2-21, Roman Walker 2-25)

Player of the match: Liam Banks (England)

24th match, Group A – New Zealand v South Africa, Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui

New Zealand v South Africa, Bay Oval, Tauranga

New Zealand 279-8 in 50 overs (Rachin Ravindra 76, Jacob Bhula 44, Dale Philips 43, Max Chu 35; Kgaudise Molefe 2-49)

South Africa 208 all out in 46.2 overs (Hermann Rolfes 108, Jean du Plessis 54; Rachin Ravindra 4-32, Jakob Bhula 2-25, Matthew Fisher 2-36)

Player of the match: Rachin Ravindra (New Zealand)

ICC Under-19 World Cup, Jan 22 2018

25th Match, 9th Place Play-off Quarter-Final: Canada v Papua New Guinea Lincoln No 3, Lincoln

Canada beat Papua New Guinea by 80 runs

Canada 265-8, 50 overs (Akash Gill 120, Arslan Khan 35; Ashtan Deosammy 35, James Tau 2-31, Leke Morea 2-69)

Papua New Guinea 185 all out, 44.3 overs (Simon Atai 81; Aran Padmanathan 3-23, Faisal Jamkhandi 3-48)

Player of the match: Akash Gill (Canada)

26th Match, Play-off Quarter-Final: Namibia v Zimbabwe, Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln

Zimbabwe beat Namibia by seven wickets

Namibia 113 all-out, 40.1 overs (Eben van Wyk 24; Nkosilathi Nungu 2-11, Wessely Madevere 2-11, Dion Myers 2-29)

Zimbabwe 114-3, 19.3 overs (Wessely Madevere 47, Alistair Frost 30 not out)

Player of the match: Wessely Madevere (Zimbabwe)

ICC Under-19 World Cup, Jan 23 2018

27th Match, Quarter-Final: Australia v England, Queenstown Events Centre, Queenstown

Australia beat England by 31 runs

Australia 127 all-out, 33.3 overs (Sangha 58; Bamber 3-31, Pennington 3-27, Jacks 3-21)

England 96 all-out, 23.4 overs (Banton 58, Bryant 16; Pope 8-35)

Player of the match: Lloyd Pope (Australia)

28th Match, Quarter-Final: Kenya v Sri Lanka, Lincoln 3, Christchurch

Sri Lanka beat Kenya by 311 runs

Sri Lanka 419-4, 50.0 overs (Boyagoda 191, Fernando 60, Mendis 53, Daniel 37; Chidambaran 2-68)

Kenya 108 all-out, 35.5 overs (Ochieng 45, Gandhi 16; Weerasingha 4-27, Malinga 2-14)

Player of the match: Boyagoda (Sri Lanka)

29th Match, Quarter-Final: West Indies v Ireland, Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln

West Indies beat Ireland by 4 wickets

Ireland 278-8, 50.0 overs (Rock 91, Tector 69, Donegan 38; Royal 3-59, Alimohammed 2-31)

West Indies 281-6, 48.2 overs (Young 55 not out, Yadram 53, Stewart 50)

Player of the match: Rock (Ireland)

Super League quarter-finals – Wednesday 24th January

Quarter-Final – Pakistan v South Africa, Hagley Oval, Christchurch

Super League quarter-finals

Results: Pakistan beat South Africa by three wickets

South Africa 189-9, 50 overs (Wandile Makwetu 60, Jason Niemand 36; Muhammad Musa 3-29, Shaheen Afridi 2-30)

Pakistan 190-7, 47.5 overs (Ali Zaryab 74 not out, Saad Khan 26; Jason Niemand 2-31)

Player of the match: Ali Zaryab (Pakistan)

Super League quarter-finals – Thursday 25th January
Quarter-Final – New Zealand vs Afghanistan, Hagley Oval, Christchurch
Results: Afghanistan beat New Zealand by 202 runsAfghanistan 309/6, 50 overs (Rahmanullah Gurbaz 69, Ibrahim Zadran 68, Bahir Shah 67, Azmatullah Omarzai 66; Sandeep Patel 2-13)New Zealand 107 all out, 28.1 overs (KD Clarke 38, DN Phillips 31; Mujeeb 4-14, Qais Ahmad 4-33)Player of the match: Azmatullah Omarzai (Afghanistan)Quarter-Final – Papua New Guinea vs Ireland, Mainpower Oval, Rangiora

Results: Ireland beat Papua New Guinea by 3 wickets

Papua New Guinea 121 all out, 37.1 overs (IJ Mahuru 45, HR Toua 39; H Tector 3-32, JJ Garth 4-18)

Ireland 122/7 all out, 41.5 overs (N Rock 43, J Grassi 24; SI Kamea 2-22, JJ Tau 4-45)

Player of the match: Jonathan Garth (Ireland)

Quarter-Final – Kenya vs Namibia, Lincoln No 3, Lincoln

Results: Namibia beat Kenya by 8 wickets

Kenya 176 all out, 46.5 overs (AR Gandhi 52, A Desai 32; P Burger 5-24, B Shikongo 3-29)

Namibia 180/2, 27.0 overs (L Louwrens 114, J Linde 30; A Desai 1-10)

Player of the match: Lohan Louwrens (Namibia)

Quarter-Final – Zimbabwe vs Sri Lanka, Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln

Results: Sri Lanka beat Zimbabwe by 5 wickets

Zimbabwe 259/4, 50 overs (M Shumba 62 not out, J Schadendorf 74; D Lakshan 1-13, T Rashmika 2-58)

Sri Lanka 260/5, 45.3 overs (KNM Fernando 109 not out, MNK Fernando 68; N Nungu 2-49)

Player of the match: Nishan Madushka (Sri Lanka)

Super League quarter-finals – Friday 26th January
Quarter-Final – Bangladesh v India, Queenstown Events Centre
Results: India beat Bangladesh by 131 runsIndia 265 all out, 49.2 overs (Shubman Gill 86, J Abhishek Sharma 50; Qazi Onik 3-48, Nayeem Hasan 2-36)Bangladesh 134 all out, 42.1 overs (Pinak Ghosh 43, Afif Hossain 18; Afif Hossain 3-18)

Player of the match: Shubman Gill (India)

Quarter-Final – Canada vs West Indies , Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln

Results: West Indies beat Canada by 187 runs

West Indies 265 all out, 49.2 overs (Keagan Simmons 166, Alick Athanaze 87; Akash Gill 4-54)

Canada 136 all out, 47.3 overs (Kavian Naress 61, Arslan Khan 31; Ronaldo Alimohamed 2-17, Alick Athanaze 2-20)

Player of the match: Keagan Simmons (West Indies)

Super League play-off semi-final – Saturday 27th January
Semi-final- Ireland vs Namibia, Lincoln No 3, Lincoln
Results: Ireland beat Namibia by 102 runsIreland 288-6, 50 overs (Harry Tector 101, Neil Rock 55, Jammie Grassi 51, Mark Donegan 30; Jonathan Garth 2-27)Namibia 186 all out, 39.1 overs (Lohan Louwrens 62, Gerhard Lottering 46; Joshua Little 3-33, Jonathan Garth 2-39)

Player of the match: Harry Tector (Ireland)

Semi-final- Papua New Guinea vs Kenya, Mainpower Oval, Rangiora

Results: Kenya beat PNG by 14 runs

Kenya 176 all out, 50 overs (Jayant Mepani 44 not out, Sidhart Vasudev 31; Semo Kamea 3-24, James Tau 2-36)

PNG 162 all out, 48.3 overs (Nou Rarua 47, Ovia Sam 30; Gerard Mwendwa 4-37, Jayant Mepani 3-22)

Player of the match: Jayant Mepani (Kenya)

Semi-final-South Africa vs New Zealand, Hagley Oval, Christchurch

Results: South Africa beat New Zealand by 73 runs

South Africa 284-6, 50 overs (Raynard van Tonder 117, Matthew Breetzke 115; Matthew Fisher 2-59)

New Zealand 211 all out in 43.5 overs (Dale Philips 74; Gerald Coetzee 5-32, Akhona Mnyaka 2-49)

Player of the match: Raynard van Tonder (South Africa)

Super League play-off semi-final – Sunday 28th January

Semi-final- England vs Bangladesh,Queenstown Events Centre, Queenstown
Results: Bangladesh beat England by five wicketsEngland 216 all out, 47.2 overs (Liam Banks 74, Harry Brook 66; Afif Hossain 3-18, Hassan Mahmud 3-29, Qazi Onik 2-46)Bangladesh 220-5, 47.3 overs (Afif Hossain 71, Saif Hassan 59; Adam Finch 2-36)

Player of the match: Afif Hossain (Bangladesh)

Semi-final- Zimbabwe vs Canada, Mainpower Oval, Rangiora

Results: Zimbabwe beat Canada by 138 runs

Zimbabwe 272-8, 50 overs (Wesley Madhevere 93, Dion Myers 46, Tanunurwa Makoni 30; Faisal Jamkhandi 2-65)

Canada 134 all out, 37.5 overs (Akash Gill 60; Wesley Madhevere 4-24, Nkosilathi Nungu 2-14, Taun Harrison 2-39)

Player of the match: Wesley Madhevere (Zimbabwe)

Semi-final- Sri Lanka vs West Indies, Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln

Results: Sri Lanka beat West Indies by 3 wickets

Windies 254-5, 50 overs (Alick Athanaze 110 not out, Brad Barnes 37 not out, Bharat Yadram 31; Praveen Jayawickrama 2-33, Nipul Malinga 2-63)

Sri Lanka 255-7, 49.4 overs (Hasitha Boyagoda 116, Dhananjaya Lakshan 98; Bharat Yadram 2-42, Jario Hoyte 2-44) 

Player of the match: Hasitha Boyagoda (Sri Lanka)

Semi-Final – Monday 29th January

Semi-final- Australia vs Afghanistan, Hagley Oval, Christchurch

Results: Australia beat Afghanistan by 6 wickets

Afghanistan 181 all out, 48.0 overs (Ikram Ali Khil 80, Rahmanullah 20; Jonathan Merlo 4-24)

Australia 182-4, 37.3 overs (Jack Edwards 72, Param Uppal 32; Qais Ahmad 2-35)

Player of the match: Jack Edwards (Australia)

Semi-Final – Tuesday 30th January
Semi-final- Pakistan vs India, Hagley Oval, Christchurch

Results: India beat Pakistan by 203 runs

India 272/9, 50 Overs (Shubman Gill 102, Manjot Kalra 47, PP Shaw 41; Muhammad Musa 4-67, Arshad Iqbal 3-51)

Pakistan 69 all out, 29.3 overs (Rohail Nazir 18; IC Porel 4-17)

Player of the match: Shubman Gill (India)

7th Place Playoff- New Zealand vs England, Queenstown Events Centre, Queenstown

Results: England beat New Zealand by 32 runs

England 261/7, 50 Overs (T Banton 112, J Davies 63; LI Georgeson 3-29, R Ravindra 2-80)

New Zealand 229 all out, 47.1 Overs (FH Allen 87, KD Clarke 60; ED Woods 3-44, WG Jacks 3-41)

Player of the match: Tom Banton (England)

5th Place Playoff – Wednesday 31st January

5th Place Playoff- South Africa vs Bangladesh, Queenstown Events Centre, Queenstown
Results: South Africa beat Bangladesh by 8 wickets

Bangladesh 178 all out in 41.4 overs (Afif Hossain 63, Shakil Hossain 61; Fraser Jones 5-33, Akhona Mnyaka 3-27)

South Africa 180 for two in 38.3 overs (Raynard van Tonder 82 not out, Hermann Rolfes 44 not out, Matthew Breetzke 36)

Player of the match: Fraser Jones (South Africa)

3rd Place Play-off – Thursday 1st Feb
3rd Place Play-off: Afghanistan Under-19s v Pakistan Under-19s at Queenstown – Feb 1, 2018

Results: Match abandoned without a ball bowled

Final – 3rd February
Australia Under-19s v India Under-19s at Mount Maunganui

Results: India U19 won by 8 wickets (with 67 balls remaining)

India Under-19 217 for 2 (Kalra 101*, Desai 47*, Gill 31) | Australia Under-19 216 all out (Merlo 76, Uppal 34, Anukul 2-32, Shiva Singh 2-36)

Player Of The Match: Manjot Kalra

Player Of The Series: Shubman Gill

 

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