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U-19 WC: All-round Australia trumps Pakistan, reaches semis

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Australia turned the third workforce to enter the ICC U-19 World Cup Tremendous League semifinals after a 119-run win over Pakistan at North Sound, Antigua.

Teague Wylie and Corey Miller scored half-centuries and Campbell Kellaway scored 47 as Australia scored 276 for seven from its 50 overs. Pakistan by no means appeared in management throughout the chase and was finally bowled out for 157.

Australia started brightly after being requested to bat, Kellaway and Wylie amassing 86 runs for the primary wicket. Kellaway was stumped off the bowling of Qasim Akram (3 for 40), however Miller, the brand new batter, accelerated the run-rate on his strategy to 64. They added 101 runs for the second wicket. Cooper Connolly, the captain, and William Salzmann utilized the ending touches within the enterprise finish.

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Pakistan began its innings shakily. Muhammad Shehzad and Haseebullah Khan had been each caught behind to depart their facet 27 for 2 within the fifth over. Abdul Faseeh (28) and Irfan Khan (27) began to rebuild earlier than the latter was bowled by Salzmann (3 for 37), and the wickets fell at common intervals from then on.

Within the semifinal, Australia will face the winner of the ultimate Tremendous League quarterfinal between India and Bangladesh on Saturday.

UAE stuns West Indies

A sensational knock from Aayan Afzal Khan helped UAE beat the West Indies by 82 runs within the plate semifinals in Trinidad.

Afzal scored 93 (121b, 11×4) as UAE stumbled its strategy to 224 for 9 in its 50 overs. West Indies was bowled out for 142, solely three batters scoring in double digits. Nathan Edwards’ 51 n.o. (65b, 5×4) was too little, too late.

UAE will tackle the winner of Eire in opposition to Zimbabwe within the plate closing, whereas West Indies will play the dropping workforce within the playoff for eleventh.

Kakuru fires Uganda previous PNG

Cyrus Kakuru impressed Uganda to a 35-run victory over Papua New Guinea within the plate playoff semifinals in Trinidad.

Kakuru’s 65 helped Uganda attain 123 and Papua New Guinea, in reply, was bowled out for 88. PNG’s John Kariko was essentially the most profitable bowler of his workforce, with a match haul of 5 for 19. Juma Miyaji (4 for 29) and Joseph Baguma (3 for 30) had been the chief wicket-takers for Uganda. Matthew Musinguzi took two wickets.

Temporary scores

  • Australia 276 for 7 in 50 overs (Wyllie 71, Miller 64, Kellaway 47) beat Pakistan 157 in 35.1 overs
  • UAE 224 for 9 in 50 overs (Afzal 93, Bawa 51) beat West Indies 142 in 39.4 overs (Edwards 51 n.o., Parashar 4 for 30)
  • Uganda 123 in 28 overs (Kakuru 65, Kariko 5 for 19) beat PNG 88 in 19.3 overs (Miyaji 4 for 29)
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