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The South Africa U-19 captain talks about his role models, transformation targets, the pressure of leading the home team at the ongoing World Cup
Hosts South Africa lost by 104 runs, with Shahadat Hossain and Towhid Hridoy making 74 and 51 respectively to set South Africa a target of 262
UAE were 23 runs behind the DLS par when a dust storm and rain put an end to their hopes
The hosts were bundled out for 129 before Imran and Ibrahim struck fifties to shrug off the target
One of the four allrounders, Bryce Parsons, was named captain
Brad Taylor enjoyed a fine evening in the field as England Under-19s completed a clean sweep of their Youth ODI series with South Africa
Luke Wood set England Under-19s up for a clean sweep of their five match one-day series with South Africa after they breezed to a six-wicket win in the fourth rubber at Grace Road.
Hanco Oliver and Janneman Malan battled back for South Africa on day three to leave England with work still to do to win the second Youth Test at Wantage Road.
South Africa Under-19s were fired out for just 77 and closed the second day at Wantage Road staring defeat in the face after conceding a first-innings lead of 316
Dominic Sibley led England's excellent progress on the opening day of the second Youth Test with South Africa. Sibley fell one short of a century but guided his side into a strong position.
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