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Old 24th February 2014, 15:02   #401
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Can Winslade resurrect his performance in the last over?
Nope. Full toss from the first delivery sums up his performance.
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Old 24th February 2014, 15:02   #402
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No he bloody can't, horrible full toss first ball which is rightly smashed to the boundary.
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Old 24th February 2014, 15:04   #403
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Well, with the way that ended, we can say one thing for sure.

These guys have the perfect skillset to play in important knock out games for England. They'll fit right in.
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Old 24th February 2014, 15:05   #404
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The six that was nearly caught did it for us. Good game.
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Old 24th February 2014, 15:58   #405
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Well, with the way that ended, we can say one thing for sure.

These guys have the perfect skillset to play in important knock out games for England. They'll fit right in.
Well, they won a close one against India in the last match, I believe England's first win over an India team in an ICC event since the 1987 WC semi-final. Unfortunately Winslade cost England the match at the end with 3.1 overs for 25 (compared to the other bowlers going for 27 in 8 overs during that period) and then managing to drop that catch over the boundary for 6.
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Old 25th February 2014, 10:49   #406
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Winslade must have wanted to bury himself quite deep after the end of the game. He must feel terrible. The drop catch cost the game, but if it wasn't that then it was his bowling.

Fisher looks a real talent. A 16 year old bowling over 83 mph, generating good bounce whilst also able to swing it in. Bowled sensibly with good lines and a good mix of yorkers and bouncers in the latter overs too. Looks to have a good cricketing head on his shoulders. Certainly one for the future if he doesn't get ground through the county system and turned into just another county pro clone.
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Old 25th February 2014, 11:51   #407
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It's notoriously difficult to pick from Under 19 cricket (Billy Godleman and Sam Northeast, anyone?) but Fisher looks the best England bowler I've seen at that level since Steven Finn. Duckett looks the most talented batsman, while I was impressed by the attitude as much as anything of Rhodes and Sayer in particular.
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Old 1st March 2014, 15:10   #408
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We came third in the end thanks to a dramatic one-wicket win over the Aussie kids. Yes, that's right folks, an English beating an Aussie side...

Congrats to SA who thrashed Pakistan today to take the title. Yes, that's right folks, South African winning a major international cricket tournament...
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Old 15th August 2014, 22:15   #409
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England have started strongly against the Saffers.

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Old 18th August 2014, 12:43   #410
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Haseeb Hameed in the runs again. His last three knocks have been 97, 97 and currently 99* ......
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Old 20th August 2014, 20:58   #411
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Haseeb Hameed in the runs again. His last three knocks have been 97, 97 and currently 99* ......
Ended up with 125.

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Old 22nd August 2014, 18:14   #412
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5th and final one dayer.

England won the toss, elected to bat, set 212/8. Clarke & Wood joint top scorers with 45 each. Hameed with 38 was the next best.

South Africa were bowled out for 125. Off spinner Brad Taylor took 3-26. Fisher was very economical with 1-15 from his full 10 overs.

5-0, whitewashed the World Champs at this level.

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Old 23rd August 2014, 06:21   #413
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5th and final one dayer.

England won the toss, elected to bat, set 212/8. Clarke & Wood joint top scorers with 45 each. Hameed with 38 was the next best.

South Africa were bowled out for 125. Off spinner Brad Taylor took 3-26. Fisher was very economical with 1-15 from his full 10 overs.

5-0, whitewashed the World Champs at this level.
Yes, they won it earlier this year but they seemed to be a different set of players representing them in this series. Don't think there was one player who played in that final who featured in this series. Amazing the turnover at this level.
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Final day of the England v Australia game at Chester-Le-Street and unless England have a collapse it will probably be a draw. The Lancashire leg spinner Matthew Parkinson has taken 8 wickets in the match. He also has a twin playing for Staffordshire.
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Old 16th August 2015, 21:54   #415
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Final day of the England v Australia game at Chester-Le-Street and unless England have a collapse it will probably be a draw. The Lancashire leg spinner Matthew Parkinson has taken 8 wickets in the match. He also has a twin playing for Staffordshire.
Good to see a leg spinner doing well. It was a draw in the end, Captain (another Lancs player) Haseeb Hameed finishing not out on 72.

Australia comfortably won the first Youth ODI. The second match was abandoned without a ball bowled. The third is live on Sky tommorow.
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Old 17th August 2015, 22:11   #416
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Australia won the toss and elected to bat on what looked like a bowler friendly pitch. They made 226/7, Jewell (80) & Skipper Doran (69) continue to be their best batsmen. Medium pacer Hugh Bernard (3-47) & off spinner Brad Taylor (3-50) took all but one of the wickets to fall.

In reply England were 154/1 at one stage, mainly thanks to a century from opener Lawrence, however they collapsed to 200 for 7. Brad Taylor (23*) hit the winning runs in the penultimate over with three wickets remaining.

Series is 1-1 with two to play.
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Chopra - Warks opener and captain, played in 13 Lions matches, last in 2014. 36.52.
Denly - played for Kent, moved to Middx and then back to Kent. Played 13 Lions matches and 9 ODIs and 5 20/20s for England 29.77 and 4.00
Davies - Was at Worcs, moved to Surrey and gave up the gloves in 2014. 13 Lions games, 8 ODIs 5 20/20s, 30.50 & 20.40 and numerous Test tours as reserve keeper.
Latouf - SA born English cricketer - retired after playing only 1 f/c match and 2 list A. Released by Hants 2008.
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Only one I can see from Sri Lanka is Mathews who is number 5 in Test rankings
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Old 5th December 2015, 03:14   #418
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Thought of doing Under 19s for the Test Team - who was in their team and any notable opposition players. Their first match

Anderson Pratt Sayers KAli Peng Muchall Shafayat Prior Tredwell Bishop McGarry - DS Smith 2001
Compton Sayers KAli Muchall Shafayat Wagg Hogg Pope Bresnan McMahon Malik - Raina 2002
Patel Shafayat Pettini KAli Muchall Pope Plunkett Wagg Bresnan McMahon Malik - Raina Yadav 2002
Cook Sayers Shafayat* Bopara Patel Wright Hodd Bresnan Andrew AHarrison Thornicroft - du Plessis, Duminy, de Villiers, Philander 2003
Ali Cook Denly Bopara Davies Patel TSmith Turner Cusden Griffiths Munday 2004
Broad - see previous post 2005
Footitt - see previous post 2005
Ballance Samunderu Kasteni Williams Meth Higgins Querl Cremer Benade Mahlunge Muzarabani - Morgan G Wilson Stirling ODI 2005
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Hales Taylor Westley Redfern GPSmith Dawson BBrown Woakes Fletcher Beer Saxelby - Bracewell Neesham 2008
Taylor same as Hales
Root Dent Goodman Roebuck Stokes Rafiq Best Bates Haggett Briggs Buck 2009
Stokes Northeast Manuel Vince Willey Stokes Wells Rafiq Riazuddin Poynton Buck 2009
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Jordan and Bairstow never played an Under 19 match
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Good luck England under 19 in srilanka for WIRLD CUP.2016.
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Old 9th January 2016, 20:02   #420
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Australia are not sending their team due to security issues, Ireland have taken their place.

I'm surprised Haseeb Hameed has not been selected, the batting seems weaker than the bowling and Hameed (along with Lawrence) was one of the more reliable top order players. I assume Fisher of Yorkshire is injured.

Pleased that Sam Curran is going and like the look of Hampshire spinners (Captain) Taylor & Crane in those conditions.

Just checked and it's either Sri Lanka or Pakistan in the Quarter final.

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