12th ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup Ireland beat Afghanistan

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By 2018-01-21

Ireland under-19 played well to beat Afghanistan under-19 by 4 runs in the last match of the first round of the 12th ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup played at Cobham Oval, Whangarei New Zealand yesterday.

England beat Canada by 282 runs at Queenstown and advanced to the quarter-final as champion of the group 'C'. Afghanistan advanced to the quarter-final as runners-up in group 'D'. Pakistan were champions in group 'D'. West Indies beat Kenya by 222 runs at Lincoln No. 3.

At Cobham Oval Whangarei
Ireland won by 4 runs
Ireland: 225/8 in 50 overs (Graham Kennedy 37, Harry Tector 36, Neil Rock 35, James Grassi 32, Joshua Little 27, Qais Ahamad 3/32, Wafadat 3/50)
Afghanistan: 221 in 49.2 overs (Bahir Shah 34, Tariq Stanikzai 33, Naveen Ul-Haq 25, Nisar Wahadat 23, Ibrahim Zadran 22, Harry Tector 3/37, Joshua Little 2/40)

At Lincoln No. 3
West Indies: 318/7 in 50 overs (Alick Athanase 116 n.o., Kimai Melius 60, Nyeem Young 57, Kirstan Kalicharan 36, Jeavor Royal 24, Aveet Desai 3/54)
Kenya: 96 in 24.4 overs (Bhaskar Yadram 5/18, Jeavor Royal 4/25)

At Queenstown
England won by 282 runs.
England : 383/7 in 50 overs (Liam Banks 120, Will Jacks 102, Jack Davies 57, Tom Banton 27, Luke Hollman 25, Faisal Jamkhandi 3/68, Tiaan Pretorius /69)
Canada: 101 in 31.5 overs (Pranav Sharma 24, Prem Sisodiya 3/23, Adam Finch 2/10, Luke Hollman 2/21, Roman Walker 2/25)

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