India Under-19 276 for 6 (Zol 128, Herwadkar 55, Watson 2-32) beat New Zealand Under-19 111 (McClure 41, Yadav 3-22, Milind 2-16) by 165 runs

India continued their winning streak in the Under-19 Tri-nation tournament with a crushing 165-run win against New Zealand in Darwin. A hundred from captain Vijay Zol charged India to 276 after they were put in to bat. Zol was involved in two defining partnerships - 105 for the second wicket with Akhil Herwadkar and 94 for the fifth wicket with Sarfaraz Khan.

New Zealand were never allowed to take control of their chase by India's pace bowlers. They were reduced to 35 for 6, of which two wickets each were taken by Chama Milind and Kuldeep Yadav. Ken McClure and Kyle Jamieson were the only batsmen to provide some resistance with a 51-run stand for the seventh wicket, but they were eventually bundled for 111 when McClure fell for 41 at the end of the 42nd over. Abhimanyu Lamba also chipped in with two wickets.