Quadrangular A-Team One-Day Series (Australia) 2014

Winner - India A

Quadrangular A-Team One-Day Series, Darwin

'Learnt how to bat in middle order' - Samson

India A batsman Sanju Samson has said that his biggest takeaway from playing in Australia in the Quadrangular Series was understanding the dynamics of batting in the middle order and adjusting his game according to the match situation

Quadrangular A-Team One-Day Series, Darwin

'Samson the future for India'

Sanju Samson is "definitely the future" for India, according to his India A fielding and wicketkeeping coach Abhay Sharma

Australia A v India A, Quadrangular Series, final, Darwin

Dhawan, Akshar guide India A to title in tense finish

Rishi Dhawan and Akshar Patel held their nerve in a counterattacking stand of 93 in 12.3 overs to stun Australia A in the Quadrangular Series final

Points Table

Teams Mat Won Lost Tied N/R Pts Net RR
India A 6 5 1 0 0 23 +0.618
Australia A 6 4 2 0 0 17 +0.586
Sth Africa A 6 2 4 0 0 8 -0.696
NPS 6 1 5 0 0 5 -0.479

Statistics

Quadrangular A-Team One-Day Series (Australia), 2014 (in Australia List A)

Sanju Samson attempts a run out
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Akshar Patel hit four fours and a six in his 38-ball 45
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Rishi Dhawan nudges one to leg side during his unbeaten 56
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Dejected Australia A players after the defeat
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Rishi Dhawan and Akshar Patel during their matchwinning stand of 93
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The victorious India A team celebrate with the quadrangular series trophy
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Tournament Results
Australia A v India A at Darwin - Aug 2, 2014
India A won by 4 wickets (with 8 balls remaining)
NPS v Sth Africa A at Darwin - Aug 2, 2014
Sth Africa A won by 7 wickets (with 69 balls remaining)
Australia A v India A at Darwin - Jul 31, 2014
India A won by 5 wickets (with 13 balls remaining)
NPS v Sth Africa A at Darwin - Jul 31, 2014
Sth Africa A won by 27 runs
Australia A v Sth Africa A at Darwin - Jul 29, 2014
Australia A won by 148 runs
NPS v India A at Darwin - Jul 29, 2014
India A won by 3 wickets (with 61 balls remaining)
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