Full name Ishaan Fartyal
Born February 27, 2004
Current age 17 years 5 days
Major teams Japan Under-19s
Batting style Right-hand bat
|Bat & Bowl||Team||Opposition||Ground||Match Date||Scorecard|
|16||Japan U19||v Nigeria U19||Potchefstroom (Uni 2)||1 Feb 2020||YODI # 1336|
|4||Japan U19||v S'Lanka U19||Potchefstroom (Uni)||25 Jan 2020||YODI # 1319|
|0||Japan U19||v India U19||Bloemfontein||21 Jan 2020||YODI # 1310|
|-||Japan U19||v NZ U19||Potchefstroom (Uni)||18 Jan 2020||YODI # 1302|
|2||Japan U19||v UAE U19||Dobsonville||15 Jan 2020||Other OD|
|3||Japan U19||v Scot U19||Johannesburg||13 Jan 2020||Other OD|
|5||Japan U19||v Fiji U19||Sano||6 Jun 2019||Other OD|
|16||Japan U19||v Vanuatu U19||Sano||3 Jun 2019||Other OD|
|10||Japan U19||v Samoa U19s||Sano||2 Jun 2019||Other OD|
A classy middle order batsman, Fartyal was one of the younger players selected in the 2019 Japan National Academy squad after dominating the domestic Under 15 completion the previous year.
Born in Japan and learning his cricket through the Chiba Monstars and My-Ys program, Fartyal also took part in the inaugural Cricket Blast events for Under 12 cricketers that was started in 2014.
A player who looks every inch a batsman, Fartyal still needs a breakout performance to cement his place in the Japan team, but with age on his side (he played every game in the 2019 EAP Regional qualifiers as a 14-year-old) great things are expected.