Except for Foakes and Davies identical scores of 54 runs, not a single batsman crossed seven. The bowling looks potent and the batting dangerous. It will be a good semi-final between South Africa and Australia.

P Subrayen is adjudged the Man of the match

That's it from all of us here. Please make sure that you join us for the Quarter final between India and Pakistan tomorrow

Dry to Hutton, OUT, and that's it! South Africa have won by 103 runs. Short ball outside the off stump. He looks to drive it and gets an outside edge back to the keeper

BA Hutton c †de Kock b Dry 7 (9m 16b 1x4 0x6) SR: 43.75

Dry to Hutton, no run, short pitched delivery outside the off stump, Hutton gets beaten
Dry to Hutton, no run, driven to cover

England U19 2nd innings Partnerships

1st2DJ Bell-DrummondAL Davies
2nd100BT FoakesAL Davies
3rd10J OvertonAL Davies
4th2C OvertonAL Davies
5th0A KapilAL Davies
6th7AL DaviesBM Duckett
7th4SKW WoodAL Davies
8th6AJ BallSKW Wood
9th10AJ BallBA Hutton
10th0RJW TopleyBA Hutton
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