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July 26, 2005
England U-19 125 for 2 (Denly 45) beat Sri Lanka U-19 124 (Broad 4-33, Miller 3-16) by eight wickets
Stuart Broad and Andrew Miller shared seven wickets between them as England's Under-19 cricketers romped to an eight-wicket victory over their Sri Lankan counterparts, in the first one-day international at New Road.
After winning the toss and bowling first in helpful conditions, England's seamers were no match for the Sri Lankans, with Broad claiming all three of the first wickets to fall. Ben Harmison, Steve's younger brother, then bowled Dilhan Cooray for 20, before Miller rampaged through the lower middle-order, taking three wickets for seven runs.
Sri Lanka's eventual total of 124 was no match for England, who wrapped up the game with 20 overs to spare. Joe Denly top-scored with 45, before Steven Davies and Harmison sealed the win with a third-wicket stand of 31.
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