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Old 14th August 2007, 09:43   #61
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When is the next U19 WC?
The ICC website says it's February-March 2008 in Malaysia.

Five one-day games coming up vs Pakistan in the next 10 days - two at Shenley this week, one at Northampton and two at Leicester.
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Old 15th August 2007, 01:05   #62
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Do you know how you qualify GG?

The simple answer would be 'if you're under 19' but what if you turn 20 during the tournament...or just before

At the U21 European Football Championships there were 23 year olds playing 'cos they were under 21 when the qualifying was going on.
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Old 15th August 2007, 10:39   #63
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Interesting question...to which I don't really have a definitive answer. I would have thought there must be some sort of cut-off date whereby you qualify to play in the tournament (possibly January 1st or perhaps the starting date of the World Cup) but I've looked around the ICC website and it doesn't seem to mention anything. http://www.icc-cricket.com/icc/events/u19worldcup/

Rory Hamilton-Brown turns 20 next month so he could certainly be one player from the current squad who might be affected.
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Old 18th August 2007, 11:50   #64
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Do you know how you qualify GG?

The simple answer would be 'if you're under 19' but what if you turn 20 during the tournament...or just before

At the U21 European Football Championships there were 23 year olds playing 'cos they were under 21 when the qualifying was going on.
After a bit of research the rules of age are as follows. For Full Member countries the players must be U-19 by the 1st September proceeding the tournament. For Associate countries they have to be U-20.

From the squads for the games this summer by my reckoning Karl Brown, Andrew Miller (replacements), Rory Hamilton-Brown, Ben Wright and Adam Lyth will be all over age.
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Old 20th August 2007, 13:57   #65
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Seems that RHB has put the test problems behind him and has taken 6 for 51 today.
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Old 20th August 2007, 15:05   #66
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Good comeback by England to restrict Pakistan to 235 after they were 184-2.

Reading Shane Warne's column in The Times this morning he says how he wanted Liam Dawson to make his Championship debut for Hampshire up at Old Trafford this week but the ECB are currently refusing him permission.

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/spo...cle2289056.ece
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Interesting. Great to hear that he's on the fringes of the Hampshire side at such a young age. Probably signals the end of Udal's career though I would have thought.
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Good comeback by England to restrict Pakistan to 235 after they were 184-2.

Reading Shane Warne's column in The Times this morning he says how he wanted Liam Dawson to make his Championship debut for Hampshire up at Old Trafford this week but the ECB are currently refusing him permission.

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/spo...cle2289056.ece
Surely he's had plenty of other opportunities to make his debut this summer?
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Why was Matt Machan not selected for England U17s?

Ben Brown is another good keeper in a whole host of keepers we seem to have churned out in recent seasons (Prior, Ambrose, Hodd and now Brown). I was disappointed not to see 18 year leg spinner Will Beer, who is our top uncontracted wicket taking bowler with 19 wickets @ 17 which included 5 wickets against Surrey 2XI side which included Benning and Ali Brown. He also took four wickets in the previous game against Hampshire.
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Old 22nd August 2007, 10:56   #70
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Couple of changes to the squad that is losing the series 2-0 so far. The Beeb have Dan Redfern from Derbyshire in, along with a 'Muchall'. Presumably this isn't the 24 year-old Durham batsman, as cricinfo says it is.
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An interesting point made by Ian Ward & Nick Knight about this series being played in whites with a red ball and no powerplays.

The lack of coloured clothing, they have been told, is a cost issue. Surely some funding or sponsorship could be available to stretch to a set of shirts/trousers and caps. As for powerplays there should be no excuse for not having those in.

A ODI should be a ODI at any level. Therefore it should be played under ODI rules.
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Godleman looking good out there. Agree about the match conditions, I guess that the Pakistani board didn't think it would be worth sending a whole new load of kit for a week's worth of cricket
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This is bloody pathetic from England .. how many runs outs? Nonsense ...
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Old 22nd August 2007, 14:10   #74
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Three, including the keeper run out without facing. Still should get nearly 300, which has got to be a result after being put in.
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Old 22nd August 2007, 14:21   #75
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Old 22nd August 2007, 14:24   #76
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Yep Boycs ..

Godleman now holds the U-19's ODI highest innings score
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149 not out, impressive. His Fc record is good too, hope he gets a few years in county cricket an keeps improving.
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Old 22nd August 2007, 15:33   #78
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Good captaincy getting the keeper to stand up to Woakes, who is bowling only just under 80mph, and excellent keeping by Brown to take that catch.

I've been impressed by Finn at the other end, who is bowling with good pace and bounce.
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Very good knock from Godleman. The juniors managed to do what the seniors couldn't quite do yesterday and put 300 on the board.
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Good captaincy getting the keeper to stand up to Woakes, who is bowling only just under 80mph, and excellent keeping by Brown to take that catch.

I've been impressed by Finn at the other end, who is bowling with good pace and bounce.

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