April 24, 2008

Pakistan beat West Indies in U-15 final

Martin Williamson

Pakistan beat hosts West Indies by two runs in a tense final of the International Under-15 Knockout final at Warner Park.

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Pakistan 219 (Babar 70, Nawaz 58, Hodge 3-38) beat West Indies 217 (Brathwaite 77, Mayers 55, Campbell 48, Jamil 4-28, Qadir 4-33) by two wickets

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Posted by M Faisal on (April 25, 2008, 12:26 GMT)

Mashallah congratulations to Pakistan and Well played West Indies. Both team has worked very hard and hopefully the new talent will emerge from the teams. Qadir indeed is the Son of Legendry Abdul Qadir; therefore, watch to world of Cricket here comes another Qadir. Good luck to all the teams and players.

Posted by RG on (April 25, 2008, 10:20 GMT)

Its good too see pakistani youth performing wel in youth levels , as in they have been always good with u19 , pakistan 1 u15 ect, i hope to see Yousuf, Inzi, Waqar, Wasim in the future from this U15 team best of luck!

Posted by Hummam Bhutta on (April 25, 2008, 10:18 GMT)

Congratulations Pakistan :) And to reply to Muzher bhais comment, yes it is his son! ;)

Posted by Munawwar Hussain on (April 25, 2008, 10:08 GMT)

Well, i really congratulate to both teams & specially for Pak yung talent.Thanks to all particepant of this team who add an other excellent history in Pakistan crcicket.

Posted by ahmed on (April 25, 2008, 7:36 GMT)

Congrats Pakiz!

Posted by kaiser1 on (April 25, 2008, 4:11 GMT)

Its good to see Pakistan cricket thriving at the international level. It will boost the grassroot cricket in the country and i hope it gives boost to the morale of our beloved team and some of the promising youngster emerge and perform at the national level. I strongly hope that Pakistan cricket comes out of controversies like Shoaib Akhtar and so on. Good luck to Pakistan cricket and the youngest Pakistan world cup winning team.

Posted by Muzher Sharif on (April 25, 2008, 4:07 GMT)

Congratulations to both teams for a good contest!

While Pakistan are known for having strong youth teams due to the abundance of talent in the country, it's both pleasing and interesting to see that the Windies have some good talent coming through. It suggests that their decline is more to do with management at the grassroots level (and just above) than a lack of talent.

By the way, is the "Qadir" mentioned in the abbreviated scorecard above any relation to the famous leggie Abdul Qadir? I think it may be his son Usman, but I don't know for sure.

Posted by Darko on (April 25, 2008, 0:59 GMT)

Its too bad that there wasn't more coverage of this tournament but I appreciate you posting these scores. Brathwaite looks to be a good prospect for the future, he had a excellent tournament and should continue to improve. Qadir also did good as he looks to continue in his fathers footsteps.

Posted by curtis crooke on (April 24, 2008, 23:56 GMT)

it was a good game the kids play will and all the best to all of them

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Martin Williamson
Executive editor Martin Williamson joined the Wisden website in its planning stages in 2001 after failing to make his millions in the internet boom when managing editor of Sportal. Before that he was in charge of Sky Sports Online and helped launch and run Sky News Online. With a preference for all things old (except his wife and children), he has recently confounded colleagues by displaying an uncharacteristic fondness for Twenty20 cricket. His enthusiasm for the game is sadly not matched by his ability, but he remains convinced that he might be a late developer and perseveres in the hope of an England call-up with his middle-order batting and non-spinning offbreaks. He is now managing editor of ESPN EMEA Digital Group as well as his Cricinfo responsibilities.

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