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All grown up

Jan 15, 2010: As another Under-19 World Cup gets underway, we look at the boys of the 2008 edition who are now men with international responsibilities

George Binoy

Dav Whatmore

'Youngsters should approach Twenty20 cautiously'

Sep 13, 2008: Australia's leading cricket export to the subcontinent talks about his experiences in Asia with Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, and now with Indian junior sides

Interview by Kanishkaa Balachandran

Handle with care

Mar 6, 2008: India's Under-19 World Cup winners may be barely old enough to drink but they've got big money chasing them. It's important that they get help to stay grounded and make sure they don't lose their way

Jamie Alter

Under-19 World Cup 2008

A note of caution for young champions

Mar 4, 2008: At the function at the Chinnaswamy Stadium to honour the India U-19 team, Rahul Dravid and Anil Kumble told them there was a still a lot to aim and achieve in their cricket career

Dileep Premachandran at the Chinnaswamy Stadium

Under-19 World Cup 2008

The ones to watch

Mar 3, 2008: Cricinfo looks at the promising talents to emerge from the Under-19 World Cup in Malaysia

George Binoy in Kuala Lumpur

Under-19 World Cup 2008

Been there, done that, won that

Mar 3, 2008: India's bowlers waited until the last opportunity and ensured that the magnificent work put it over two weeks in Kuala Lumpur was not undone because of three hours of poor batting

George Binoy in Kuala Lumpur

India v South Africa, Under-19 World Cup 2008 final, Kuala Lumpur

Right on the ball

Mar 2, 2008: Despite having a small target to defend and not being backed up in the field, India's U-19 bowlers turned in a magnificent performance

George Binoy in Kuala Lumpur

India v South Africa, Under-19 World Cup 2008 final, Kuala Lumpur

Move over Jonty, here comes Engelbrecht

Mar 2, 2008: South Africa managed to restrict India, the strongest batting side of the Under-19 World Cup, to a meagre 159, thank to their fielders

George Binoy in Kuala Lumpur

India v South Africa, Under-19 World Cup 2008 final

Leading the way

Mar 1, 2008: It is no coincidence that the two teams in the finals - India and South Africa - have been led by captains who have turned in the strongest on-field performances

George Binoy in Kuala Lumpur

Under-19 World Cup 2008

Dynamite kid ready to explode

Feb 28, 2008: One innings from Umar Akmal can change everything, say his coach. He can win the game in ten overs

George Binoy in Kuala Lumpur

Under-19 World Cup 2008

Wayne Parnell: South Africa's main man

Feb 28, 2008: Few cricketers in the World Cup bear the responsibility that Wayne Parnell does: he is the captain, a powerful middle-order batsman, and most importantly their new-ball bowler

George Binoy in Kuala Lumpur

Under-19 World Cup 2008

Long way off from the baggy green

Feb 27, 2008: While India and Pakistan watch the U-19 World Cup for future international stars, Australia attempt to spot a few outstanding talents who could make the next step: entering their highly-competitive first-class structure

George Binoy in Kuala Lumpur

Australia v Pakistan, Quarter-final, Under-19 World Cup

Keeping pace with tradition

Feb 25, 2008: Sixteen-year-old Adil Raza has stepped up to the responsibility of being Pakistan's pace spearhead at the Under-19 World Cup

George Binoy in Kuala Lumpur

England v India, Quarter-final, Under-19 World Cup

India leave batsmen in a spin

Feb 24, 2008: England thought they had a plan to master India's spinners, but it didn't work in the Under-19 quarter-final as Iqbal Abdulla and Ravindra Jadeja tied them in knots

George Binoy in Kuala Lumpur

India v England, quarter-final, U-19 World Cup, Kuala Lumpur

Opening is similar to No. 3 - Turuwar

Feb 24, 2008: Turuwar Kohli has quietly gone about being one of India's key players at the Under-19 World Cup

George Binoy in Kuala Lumpur

Under-19 World Cup 2008

Nepal's guiding light

Feb 21, 2008: Since 2001, Roy Dias has been the coach of both the senior and the junior side since, and his tenure has seen Nepal produce remarkable results

George Binoy in Malaysia

Cricket in Malaysia

One baby step at a time

Feb 20, 2008: George Binoy investigates the problems surrounding cricket in Malaysia

George Binoy in Kuala Lumpur

Adrian Barath on his career thus far

The boy who impressed Lara at 11

Feb 18, 2008: The first time the cricket world heard of Adrian Barath was when Brian Lara took the 17-year old to England to watch a few matches

George Binoy in Kuala Lumpur

Malaysia has the facilities but not the viewer interest

Best foot forward

Feb 17, 2008: The Malaysian Cricket Association has pulled out the stops for the U-19 World Cup, but there's little interest on the streets of Kuala Lumpur

George Binoy in Kuala Lumpur
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Tournament Results
India U19 v S Africa U19 at Kuala Lumpur - Mar 2, 2008
India U19 won by 12 runs (D/L method)
Ireland U19 v Zim U19 at Johor - Mar 1, 2008
Ireland U19 won by 6 wickets (with 22 balls remaining)
Nepal U19 v W Indies U19 at Kuala Lumpur - Mar 1, 2008
W Indies U19 won by 7 wickets (with 76 balls remaining)
Pakistan U19 v S Africa U19 at Kuala Lumpur - Feb 29-Mar 1, 2008
S Africa U19 won by 98 runs (D/L method)
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