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Aus v Ban, 5th place play-off semi-final, Under-19 World Cup

Australia advance on net run-rate in rain-hit match

Feb 28, 2008: Australia, on the basis of a superior average net run-rate through the tournament, have progressed to the final of the fifth place play-off in the Under-19 World Cup, after their match against Bangladesh was abandoned due to rain

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India v New Zealand, 1st semi-final, Under-19 World Cup

Srivastava reprimanded for disciplinary breach

Feb 27, 2008: Tanmay Srivastava has been reprimanded by match referee Chris Broad for giving an aggressive send-off to Corey Anderson after dismissing him

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Under-19 World Cup 2008, play-off semi-finals

England win despite Pathirana's all-round show

Feb 27, 2008: A round-up of the matches Under-19 World Cup matches that took place on February 27, 2008

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India v New Zealand, 1st semi-final, Under-19 World Cup

India through to final despite hiccup

Feb 27, 2008: India Under-19s were stretched for the first time in the tournament but they held their nerve and overcame New Zealand by three wickets in a tense semi-final

The Bulletin by 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

India v New Zealand, 1st semi-final, Under-19 World Cup

New Zealand's prospects hinge on in-form bowlers

Feb 26, 2008: New Zealand's hopes of upsetting India's World Cup campaign will hinge on how quickly their medium-pace attack adjust to unfamiliar conditions at the Kinrara Oval

George Binoy in Kuala Lumpur

India v New Zealand, 1st semi-final, Under-19 World Cup

Form and experience give India the edge

Feb 26, 2008: New Zealand have made it to the semi-finals and their penultimate challenge could prove to be their most gruelling as they aim for a spot in the finals

The Preview by George Binoy in Kuala Lumpur

Under-19 World Cup 2008, play-off semi-finals

Nepal fight back to script narrow win

Feb 26, 2008: A round-up of the matches Under-19 World Cup matches that took place on February 26, 2008

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Under-19 World Cup 2008

Illness rules Mohammad Aamer out of tournament

Feb 25, 2008: Pakistan Under-19 fast bowler Mohammad Aamer has been ruled out of the rest of the U-19 World Cup in Malaysia because of a dengue virus. Allrounder Kamran Hussain has been called up as a replacement

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

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

Clinical Pakistan march into semis

Feb 25, 2008: Defending champions Pakistan marched into the semi-finals through a red-hot performance from their fast bowlers backed up by the spinners, which blew Australia away for 129 at the Kinrara Oval

The Bulletin by George Binoy in Kuala Lumpur

Under-19 World Cup 2008

Batting holds the key as Australia face Pakistan

Feb 24, 2008: George Binoy previews the second day of quarter-final matches 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

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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

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Under-19 World Cup 2008, quarter-finals

All-round Parnell leads 201-run rout of Bangladesh

Feb 24, 2008: A round-up of the action from the the first day of the quarter-finals in the Under-19 World Cup

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

India cruise into semi-finals with seven-wicket win

Feb 24, 2008: India have established themselves as the team to beat in the Under-19 World Cup with an emphatic seven-wicket victory in the quarter-final against England at the Kinrara Oval

The Bulletin by George Binoy in Kuala Lumpur

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

England upbeat despite unfamilar conditions

Feb 23, 2008: England's opening bowlers, Steven Finn and James Harris, are upbeat ahead of their knock-out match against India on Sunday, the first day of quarter-finals at the Under-19 World Cup

George Binoy in Kuala Lumpur

Under-19 World Cup

India's batting might pitted against England bowling

Feb 23, 2008: George Binoy previews the India v England and Bangladesh v South Africa quarter-final matches at the Under-19 World Cup

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Dismisses suggestions as 'complete rubbish'

Speight denies Bermuda is in crisis

Feb 23, 2008: Cricket board chief Neil Speight dismissed talk of a crisis in Bermuda cricket as "nonsense" and insisted that huge strides have been made since Government pledged $11million to the national game

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Under-19 World Cup 2008, 6th day

Bangladesh and Pakistan maintain unbeaten record

Feb 22, 2008: A round-up of the action from day six of the Under-19 World Cup

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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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