ICC Under-19 World Cup Qualifier, 2011 / Commentary

ICC Under-19 World Cup Qualifier

Canada Under-19s v Papua New Guinea Under-19s

Papua New Guinea Under-19s won by 4 wickets (with 2 balls remaining)

5.1

Tom to Pathan, SIX, in the slot and he just drives it straight down the ground and over the rope

Canada Under-19s 21/0   R Pathan 10* (21b 1x6)   T Tom 2.1-0-10-0

5.6

Tom to Pathan, SIX, another massive it as he slogs him over deep midwicket

Canada Under-19s 35/0   R Pathan 24* (26b 2x4 2x6)   T Tom 3-0-24-0

6.2

Haoda to Pathan, SIX, huge shot over the extra cover boundary

Canada Under-19s 42/0   R Pathan 30* (27b 2x4 3x6)   RC Haoda 3.2-0-14-0

27.6

Nao to Kumar, SIX, short and he's pulled all the way over deep midwicket

Canada Under-19s 144/1   NR Kumar 65* (58b 5x4 1x6)   A Nao 5-0-25-0

42.2

Haoda to Kumar, SIX, grat maximum to bring up the hundred as he comes down the wicket and smakcs him straght down the ground

Canada Under-19s 202/4   NR Kumar 100* (97b 6x4 2x6)   RC Haoda 7.2-0-37-1

45.3

Amini to Kumar, SIX, another one that's pulled to deep midwicket

Canada Under-19s 231/5   NR Kumar 124* (109b 9x4 3x6)   CJA Amini 7.3-1-27-2
Tournament Results
Afghan U19 v Canada U19 at Strabane - Aug 9, 2011
Afghan U19 won by 8 wickets (with 210 balls remaining)
Ireland U19 v PNG U19 at Eglinton - Aug 9, 2011
PNG U19 won by 5 wickets (with 125 balls remaining)
Kenya U19 v Namibia U19 at Drummond - Aug 9, 2011
Namibia U19 won by 109 runs
Nepal U19 v USA U19 at Limavady - Aug 9, 2011
Nepal U19 won by 99 runs
Scot U19 v Vanuatu U19 at Coleraine - Aug 9, 2011
Scot U19 won by 130 runs
More results »

Photos

Aug 6, 2011

Nitish Kumar scored 150 but could not prevent a PNG victory, Canada U-19s v Papua New Guinea U-19s, Eglinton, August 6, 2011

Nitish Kumar scored 150 but could not prevent a PNG victory

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Aug 6, 2011

Christopher Kent scored an unbeaten 166 off just 131 balls, Canada U-19s v Papua New Guinea U-19s, Eglinton, August 6, 2011

Christopher Kent scored an unbeaten 166 off just 131 balls

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