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New Zealand and South Africa get shots at redemption at ICC U/19 CWC (Feb 13, 2006)
New Zealand and South Africa, the two ICC Full Members that failed to reach the Super League stage at the ICC U/19 Cricket World Cup (ICC U/19 CWC) in Sri Lanka, get their shots at redemption when the Plate Championship gets under way on Tuesday...

Mushfiqur Rahim leads man of the tournament standings (Feb 13, 2006)
Bangladesh captain Mushfiqur Rahim is the leader in the man of the tournament standings after the first seven days of action in the ICC U/19 Cricket World Cup in Sri Lanka...

Umpiring appointments for matches on 14 & 15 Feb confirmed (Feb 13, 2006)
The umpiring appointments for matches on 14 & 15 February at the ICC U/19 Cricket World Cup in Sri Lanka have been confirmed...

Prasad wants unbeaten India to be ruthless (Feb 12, 2006)
India may have won all four of their matches at the ICC U/19 Cricket World Cup in Sri Lanka but their coach Venkatesh Prasad still wants more from his players... 

Mehrab Hossain receives official reprimand for Code of Conduct breach (Feb 11, 2006)
Bangladesh player Mehrab Hossain has received an official reprimand for breaching the ICC Code of Conduct during his country's match against England in the ICC U/19 Cricket World Cup in Sri Lanka.

Henriques hands hammering to hosts (Feb 11, 2006)
Australia captain Moises Henriques produced a stunning all-round display to spearhead his side's stroll into the Super League semi-finals at the expense of hosts Sri Lanka

Pakistan ease home against Zimbabwe (Feb 11, 2006)
It may not have been spectacular, but Pakistan's five-wicket win over Zimbabwe that booked them a Super League semi-final meeting with Australia was very efficient

Indian blitz destroys West Indies (Feb 11, 2006)
An Indian blitz with bat and ball took them sailing into the Super League semi-finals and put paid to the West Indies' hopes of ICC U/19 Cricket World Cup glory...

England rip up the form book against Bangladesh (Feb 11, 2006)
England ripped up the form book in astonishing fashion to beat Bangladesh by five wickets and propel themselves into the Super League semi-finals

Super League QF draw reverts to original schedule (Feb 10, 2006)
The Technical Committee of the ICC U/19 Cricket World Cup has decided to revert to the original schedule for the Super League quarter-finals following representations from participating teams, it was announced today

Williamsí Zimbabwe get the Balance right (Feb 10, 2006)
Zimbabwe captain Sean Williams said before the tournament he was targeting England as a must-win game and he was as good as his word on Friday, leading from the front as his side secured a narrow win that ensured they topped Group D

India get the test they want (Feb 10, 2006)
India coach Venkatesh Prasad said the test his players got against Sri Lanka in their last group match was exactly what they needed ahead of the Super League quarter-final

Johnsonís captainís innings helps West Indies past South Africa (Feb 10, 2006)
A captain's innings by Leon Johnson propelled the West Indies in a Super League quarter-final show-down with India

Holders Pakistan rout New Zealand to charge into Super League (Feb 10, 2006)
Defending champions Pakistan charged into the Super League as they routed Group A rivals New Zealand by eight wickets with the match finishing before the scheduled lunch break

ICC U/19 Cricket World Cup Super League quarter-final venues confirmed (Feb 9, 2006)
The Technical Committee of the ICC U/19 Cricket World Cup has confirmed the venues for the Super League quarter-finals of the tournament

Nepalís convincing win over Ireland (Feb 9, 2006)
Nepal scored a convincing and thoroughly deserved 60-run win over fellow Associate side Ireland to earn a Plate Championship quarter-final against Uganda

Waller says Namibia win is down to lessons learnt (Feb 9, 2006)
Namibia coach Andy Waller said his side's convincing seven wicket win over Scotland was down to what the players had learnt from their previous matches against India and Sri Lanka

Australia make hard work of beating USA (Feb 9, 2006)
Australia made hard work of their third victory of the tournament against the USA

Bangladesh crush Uganda (Feb 9, 2006)
Bangladesh maintained their 100 percent record heading into Saturday's Super League quarter-finals with a comprehensive 171-run win over Uganda

Bowling Action Advisory Panel assesses flawed bowling actions at ICC U/19 Cricket World Cup (Feb 9, 2006)
A three-man Bowling Action Advisory Panel (BAAP) of ICC-appointed experts will identify bowlers with potentially flawed actions at the ICC U/19 Cricket World Cup in Sri Lanka

Stoneman found guilty of Code of Conduct breach, receives serious reprimand (Feb 9, 2006)
England player Mark Stoneman has received a serious reprimand for breaching the ICC Code of Conduct during his country's match against Ireland in the ICC U/19 Cricket World Cup in Sri Lanka

India in cruise control (Feb 8, 2006)
India cruised into the Super League as they crushed a disappointing Scotland by eight wickets with 31 overs in hand on Wednesday

England win but must lift says Pick (Feb 8, 2006)
Niall McDarby captured 6-50, the best bowling figures of this ICC U/19 Cricket World Cup so far, to give Ireland a chance of pulling off a shock win against England

Australia into Super League after thrilling win (Feb 8, 2006)
Australia made it through to the Super League after a thrilling 13-run win against the West Indies on Wednesday

Bangladesh make history with Super League qualification (Feb 8, 2006)
Bangladesh reached the Super League for the first time in their history on Wednesday and they did it by beating defending champions Pakistan

South Africa beat USA to keep Super League dream alive (Feb 7, 2006)
South Africa kept alive their hopes of reaching the Super League quarter-finals by hammering the USA on Tuesday

Zimbabwe hold nerve to beat Nepal in a thriller (Feb 7, 2006)
Zimbabwe came back from the dead twice in one day to break Nepal's hearts at the Colombo Cricket Club on Tuesday

Sri Lanka beat Namibia, now ready to face India (Feb 7, 2006)
Sri Lanka coach Sumithra Waranakulasuriya believes his side is ready to take on and beat tournament favourites India after the hosts crushed Namibia by 137 runs on Tuesday.

NZ finally click into gear against Uganda (Feb 7, 2006)
New Zealand finally clicked into gear and Uganda were the side to suffer on Tuesday

Perkins' hundred leads Windies to win over USA (Feb 6, 2006)
An excellent hundred by West Indies opener William Perkins was the highlight of their 87-run win over tournament newcomers the United States of America in the Group B encounter at the Nondescripts Cricket Club on Monday.

ICC and SLC seek to clarify media reports concerning the Opening Ceremony for ICC U/19 Cricket World Cup (Feb 6, 2006)
The ICC, in conjunction with Sri Lanka Cricket, would like to clarify some issues concerning the opening ceremony for the ICC U/19 Cricket World Cup that have been raised in the media in recent days

England's spinners impose control to see off Nepal (Feb 6, 2006)
England owed a debt of thanks to their spin-twins Graeme White and Nick James after the duo helped engineer a 77-run win over Group D rivals Nepal on Monday

India make light work of battling Namibia (Feb 6, 2006)
India made light work of chasing down a modest Namibian score to start their ICC U/19 Cricket World Cup campaign with a nine-wicket victory on Monday...

Pakistan ready for challenge after routing Uganda (Feb 6, 2006)
Pakistan coach Mansoor Rana said his side is "ready for the challenge" of defending the ICC U/19 Cricket World Cup

Williams confirms fitness after Zimbabwe stroll (Feb 5, 2006)
Zimbabwe captain Sean Williams said he is fit despite going for X-rays on his sore back in the run-up to his side's convincing 118-run win over Ireland in the Group D opener in Colombo on Sunday

Patel admits NZ are struggling against spin (Feb 5, 2006)
New Zealand coach Dipak Patel admitted his side is struggling to cope with playing spin in sub-continent conditions after he watched them slip to a three-wicket defeat against Bangladesh in the ICC U/19 Cricket World Cup in Colombo on Sunday

Mathews admits side's struggles against Scotland are 'a bit of an eye-opener' (Feb 5, 2006)
Sri Lanka captain Angelo Mathews said his side's struggles against Scotland had been "a bit of an eye-opener," when they clashed in Group C of the ICC U/19 Cricket World Cup on Sunday.

Australia say opening win is "priceless" in ICC U/19 CWC (Feb 5, 2006)
Australia captain Moises Henriques said his side's victory against South Africa on Sunday was "priceless" in their bid to secure qualification for the Super League of the ICC U/19 Cricket World Cup

Bangladesh off to a winning start in ICC U/19 CWC (Feb 5, 2006)
Bangladesh got off to a winning start at the expense of New Zealand in Group A's first match in the ICC U/19 Cricket World Cup at the P.Saravanamuttu Stadium on Sunday.

Zimbabwe humble Ireland in ICC U/19 CWC (Feb 5, 2006)
Zimbabwe humbled Ireland in Group D's opening match of the ICC U/19 Cricket World Cup at the Nondescripts Cricket Club in Colombo on Sunday

Australia click into gear at ICC U/19 CWC (Feb 5, 2006)
Australia put their indifferent form in the warm-up matches emphatically to one side with a crushing win over Group B rivals South Africa in the ICC U/19 Cricket World Cup clash at the Sinhalese Sports Club in Colombo on Sunday

Scotland give Sri Lanka the fright of their lives in the ICC U/19 CWC (Feb 5, 2006)
Sri Lanka got the fright of their lives before seeing off Associate side Scotland by four wickets on the opening day of the ICC U/19 Cricket World Cup at the R.Premadasa Stadium on Sunday

Speed opens ICC U/19 CWC, says event has ďtruly come of ageĒ (Feb 4, 2006)
ICC Chief Executive Officer Malcolm Speed hailed the ICC U/19 Cricket World Cup (ICC U/19 CWC), which starts in Colombo, Sri Lanka on Sunday, as an event that has truly come of age

Round-up of day three of warm-up matches ahead of the ICC U/19 Cricket World Cup (Feb 3, 2006)
India, Bangladesh and the West Indies, three of the favourites for the ICC U/19 Cricket World Cup, flexed their collective muscles with victories on the final day of warm-up matches on Friday

Round-up of day two of warm-up matches ahead of the ICC U/19 Cricket World Cup (Feb 2, 2006)
England shocked tournament favourites India by pulling off a 28-run win in a low-scoring thriller in the latest round of warm-up matches ahead of the ICC U/19 Cricket World Cup

Round-up of day one of warm-up matches ahead of the ICC U/19 Cricket World Cup (Feb 1, 2006)
Defending champions Pakistan were rescued from defeat against Australia by a stirring unbeaten eighth wicket partnership of 65 between Nasir Jamshaid and Ali Asad as three days of warm-up matches ahead of the ICC U/19 Cricket World Cup in Sri Lanka began

England learn lessons ahead of ICC U/19 Cricket World Cup (Feb 1, 2006)
England captain Moeen Ali believes his side have learnt lessons from their disastrous pre-Christmas tour of Bangladesh and will put that acquired wisdom to good use at the ICC U/19 Cricket World Cup (ICC U/19 CWC)


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