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Under 19 Cricket World Cup commences with Pakisan-Afghanistan clash

The best of the next generation will be on view over the next 22 days as the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup kicks off with four matches on Saturday, including those featuring defending champions the Windies and two-time champions Pakistan.  The Windies face New Zealand in a day-night fixture in Tauranga while Pakistan take on…

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Afghanistan steam roll Pakistan by 185 runs to win U-19 Asia Cup 2017

KUALA LUMPUR: Afghanistan thrashed Pakistan by 185 runs to win the U-19 Asia Cup 20177 at Kuala Lumpur on Sunday, Samaa reported. LIVE UPDATES PAKISTAN INNINGS Over 22.1: Pakistan 63/10 (lose by 185 runs) WICKET: Saad Khan b Mujeeb 7(19) Score after 22 overs: 63-9 (require 186 runs to win) WICKET: Muhammad Musa st Ikram Ali…

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PCB replaces overage player

LAHORE: Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) said on Tuesday that the name of Muhammad Khan was inadvertently included in the Pakistan U19 team for the upcoming ACC Youth U19 Asia Cup 2016 tournament, which will take place in Sri Lanka the next month. Azam’s name was included in the final list of U19 players. It has…

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Wasim Akram urges PCB to invest in U19 players

ISLAMABAD: Former cricketer Wasim Akram believes  Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) must invest in the Under-19 players saying cricket greats Ramiz Raja, Shoaib Mohammad, Basit Ali, Amir Sohail,  Inzamam, Mushtaq Ahmed and Waqar Younis are product of U19 cricket. Wasim, who was training the players in the two-week fast-bowling  camp at National Stadium of Karachi, said…

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Pakistan win toss, bat against S.Africa in final of U-19 WC

DUBAI: Pakistan won the toss and elected to bat first against South Africa in the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup final at Dubai International Cricket Stadium on Saturday, SAMAA reports. England was edged out by Pakistan in the semi-final match. Zafar Gohar and Amad Butt started in the battle. The pair came to rescue when…

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