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    [PICTURES/VIDEOS] Pakistan Under-16s beat Australia Under-16s 3-2 in One-Days and win one off T20

    Lahore-December 28, 2018: The National Junior Selection Committee headed by Basit Ali has selected 15-member One-Day and T-20 squad of Pakistan U-16 team for series against Australia U-16 in the UAE. Umer Eman will lead the side in both One-Day and T-20 series. Pakistan U-16 will feature in a five-match One-Day series and One T-20 match against Australia U-16 from January 9, 2019. All the six matches of the series will be played at ICC Cricket Academy, Dubai, where both teams will arrive on January 6, 2019. The five-match One-Day series will be played on January 9, 11, 13, 16 and 18, 2019, whereas the only T-20 match will be played on January 20, 2019.

    The selected players are:

    Ali Hassan
    Sameer Saqib
    Muhammad Shehzad
    Haseebullah Khan
    Umer Eman (C)
    Kashif Ali (V.C)
    Rizwan Mehmood
    Aseer Mughal
    Zubair Shinwari (W.K)
    Ali Asfand
    Faisal Akram
    Aliyan Mehmood
    Ayaz Shah
    Farhad Khan
    Ahmed Khan
    Team Management:

    Taimoor Azam Khan - Team Manager
    M. Ashraf - Team Coach
    Hussain Khosa - Team Asst. Coach
    Rehan Khalid - Physiotherapist
    Imranullah - Trainer
    Usman Hashmi - Analyst
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    Pretty ridiculous to arrange international fixture at this level.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AMSS View Post
    Pretty ridiculous to arrange international fixture at this level.
    In England, there is a Bunbury Festival held every year that has the best 60 players in england at the u15 level playing in it. Around 90 players from that Festival went onto play for england one of them is Joe Root, ben stokes, Ian Bell, Cook etc.
    The top 16 from that festival play Sri Lanka u15 every year in Sri Lanka.
    So i think it is a good move
    Out of the 11 players currently playing in the current england team, 10 have played in the Bunbury Festival
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    At least 75% of the players will be at least 3 years overage, and only one or two will be the correct age.

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    Ahmed Khan and Ayaz Shah are promising fast bowlers, specially Ahmed.

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    Hopefully they are selected on merit. Cant say if they are not because we do not know them.

    But yea I do expect better as Mudasser Nazar has revamped the youth levels in Pakistan.


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    please write their region as well just like you write for English players johnny bairstow (yorkshire) and like australia usman khawaja (Queensland)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bewal Express View Post
    At least 75% of the players will be at least 3 years overage, and only one or two will be the correct age.
    Watch the video they look of genuine age.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m.shah View Post
    Watch the video they look of genuine age.
    If they are that is good news. From my area both Najaf Shah and Mohammad Amir were both liberally overage.

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    Just checked pentangular U-16 most wickets top 2 are some faisal guy and abdul rehman both not selected

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abdullah719 View Post
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    Any particulars names we can look out in future?

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    Quote Originally Posted by b.lesner View Post
    Just checked pentangular U-16 most wickets top 2 are some faisal guy and abdul rehman both not selected
    Faisal Akram is in the squad.

    Quote Originally Posted by Angrez Pakistani View Post
    Any particulars names we can look out in future?
    Not really sure. Can only go by the scorecards here and they don't tell much. Main thing that is bugging me is that there's barely any big scores by the batsmen and mostly spinners at the top of the charts amongst the bowlers.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Angrez Pakistani View Post
    Any particulars names we can look out in future?
    Ahmed Khan and Ayaz Shah, both are fast bowlers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abdullah719 View Post
    Faisal Akram is in the squad.



    Not really sure. Can only go by the scorecards here and they don't tell much. Main thing that is bugging me is that there's barely any big scores by the batsmen and mostly spinners at the top of the charts amongst the bowlers.
    Then one can only hope this lot performs well against the Aussies. Future of batting in Pakistan is looking very bleak. While our neighbour is looking to outperform the invincible Aussies, our team is going to look worse than our national team of 2009-2015. It is worrying. You can’t fill a team with only spinners and fast bowlers.

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    Pakistan U16 to take on Australia U16 in a series of white ball matches in Dubai next week

    • Captain Umer Eman hopes to play hard, win matches and make friends in the series which starts on 9 January; Fata’s 13-year-old Farhad is the youngest member of the side

    • This series is part of the PCB’s planning to prepare a strong side for the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2020

    • Group photo of the Pakistan U16 team with support staff is attached (caption below); PCB will provide match reports and action photographs from the series

    Lahore, 6 January 2019:

    The Pakistan U16 cricket team will depart for Dubai from Lahore tonight to take on Australia U16 in a series of five 50-over-a-side matches and one Twenty20 fixture at the ICC Academy. The series will start with the first 50-over match on Wednesday, 9 January, and culminate with the T20 game on Sunday, 20 January.

    This is Australia’s return visit after Pakistan had toured Melbourne in April 2018. Australia had clinched the five-match series 3-2, while Pakistan had won the one-off T20 game by seven wickets.

    The Pakistan side will be led by Umer Eman, the Lahore-born left-handed batsman and leg-spinner, who, along with Aaliyan Mehmood, Rizwan Mehmood, Samir Saqib, had also toured Australia last year.

    Umer, after managing just 40 runs in four innings in Australia, had bounced back strongly by scoring 160 runs with a century and a half-century in the PCB U16 Pentangular Tournament 2018-19. In the PCB-Pepsi Stars U16 Tournament 2018-19, he scored 208 runs in seven innings at an average of 41.60 for Lahore U16 to finish the domestic season on a high.

    Umer was thrilled at the opportunity of captaining the team when he termed it as a ‘dream coming true’, and also set his sights on winning all matches against Australia U16 at the ICC Cricket Academy.

    “We will aim to win all games in the conditions that are familiar to us,” remarked Umer, adding: “I want to thank the Almighty; it is a great feeling to not only represent but to captain Pakistan at a young age. It is like a dream that’s come true for me and I want to give it my absolute best.”

    This series is part of the PCB’s planning and strategy to provide maximum opportunities and exposure to the budding teenage cricketers in the build up to the next ICC U19 Cricket World Cup, which will be held in South Africa in 2020.

    “This is a big platform for the entire squad. By performing here, we can stake a claim for selection in the U19 team that will play in the ICC U19 World Cup in South Africa in 2020. We need to express ourselves and make our presence felt in the series,” Umer said.

    Reflecting on his visit to Australia last year, Umer said: “When I played in Australia last year, I made a few mistakes but since then, I have been working extremely hard to overcome these. I am sure this series will also help me in improving my game.

    “International cricket at this age provides great opportunities of improvement for all of us and my goal is to work on my game all the time.”

    Apart from playing some solid and hard cricket in Dubai, Umer is aiming to making some friends.

    “In Dubai, we will come across some of the players who were part of the last series Down Under. This presents us with an opportunity of knowing the Australian players better and making some friends.

    “Cricket is important but even more important is to become a good human and have a friendly relationship with our rivals.”

    Meanwhile, Umer’s squad includes Fata’s fast bowler Farhad Khan, who at 13 years and 293 days, is the youngest member of the side.

    The squad includes a good balance of batsmen, all-rounders and bowlers who are all eager to give a good account of their talent against Australia.

    Batsmen like Mohammad Shehzad, Haseebullah, Rizwan Mehmood and Samir Saqib form the batting core.

    Shehzad had a good time representing Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in the PCB U16 Pentangular Tournament 2018-19. The right-hander scored 309 runs in his five tournament innings, including one century and two half-centuries. Shehzad averaged 103 runs per innings in the event.

    Left-handed Haseebullah, who represented Balochistan in the same event, scored 215 runs at 71.67 with one century and one half-century.

    Rizwan and Samir topped the batting charts in the PCB-Pepsi Stars U16 One-Day Tournament 2018-19. In his seven tournament innings, Rizwan, representing Hyderabad, amassed 355 runs with the help of three half-centuries. His top score was 92 while he averaged 88.75.

    Right-handed Samir scored 259 runs at an average of 51.80 in his seven tournament innings for Faisalabad with two half-centuries with a best of 74.

    The squad also includes some promising spin bowlers who are relishing the prospect of bowling on the ICC Academy pitches that often help the slow bowlers. The trio of Faisal Akram, Aaliyan Mehmood and Kashif Ali have all bowled well in the domestic season.

    Faisal, the left-arm spinner, led the bowling charts in the PCB U16 Pentangular Tournament 2018-19 when he bagged 10 wickets at 15.70 per wicket for Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. His tally included one five-wicket haul, while he maintained a steady economy rate of 4.24 per over.

    All-rounder Kashif, who also bowls leg-spin, was part of the Sindh team in the same tournament in which he took nine wickets at 14.89, including one five-wicket haul. The teenager maintained an economy rate of 3.44 per over.

    Karachi’s off-spinner Aaliyan was impressive in the PCB-Pepsi Stars U16 One-Day Tournament 2018-19 in which he collected 13 wickets at 11.69 per wicket in seven tournament matches.

    Fast bowler Ayaz Shah, who represented Fata in the same tournament, finished with 11 wickets in seven matches at 15.27 per wicket.

    Pakistan U16 side (in alphabetical order): Umer Eman (captain), Aaliyan Mehmood, Ahmed Khan, Ali Asfand, Ali Hassan, Aseer Mughal, Ayaz Shah, Faisal Akram, Farhad Khan, Haseebullah Khan, Kashif Ali (vice-captain), Mohammad Shehzad, Rizwan Mahmood, Sameer Saqib and Zubair Shinwari (wicketkeeper)

    Team management: Taimoor Azam Khan (Manager), Mohammad Ashraf (coach), Hussain Khosa (Assistant coach), Rehan Khalid (physiotherapist), Imranullah (trainer) and Usman Hashmi (analyst)

    Series schedule:

    9 January – 1st 50-over match, ICC Academy, Dubai
    11 January – 2nd 50-over match, ICC Academy, Dubai
    13 January – 3rd 50-over match, ICC Academy, Dubai
    16 January – 4th 50-over match, ICC Academy, Dubai
    18 January – 5th 50-over match, ICC Academy, Dubai
    20 January – one-off T20 match, ICC Academy, Dubai

    Photo captions:
    Group photo of the Pakistan U16 cricket team with player support staff.

    Sitting (left to right): Ayaz Shah, Aaliyan Mehmood, Sameer Saqib, Taimur Azam(Manager), Umer Eman (captain), Mohammad Ashraf (coach), Rizwan Mehmood, Kashif Ali and Ali Hassan
    Standing first row (left to right): Rehan Khalid (Physio), Usman Hashmi (Analyst), Haseebullah Khan, Ahmad Khan, Farhad Khan, Zubair Shinwari, Muhammad Shehzad, Hussain Khosa (Assistant Coach) and Imranullah (Trainer)
    Standing second row (left to right): Ali Asfand, Faisal Akram and Aseer Mughal. – Courtesy PCB

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    Pakistan and Australia U16s ready to take the centre stage

    · First 50-over match of the five-game series to be played in Dubai on Wednesday

    · “The real purpose is to groom the players and give them exposure,” says Pakistan U16 Manager Taimoor Azam Khan

    · “The series is an opportunity for these young men to go and learn in different conditions and be challenged in different ways,” says Australia U16 coach Chris Rogers

    · PCB to provide match reports and action photographs; hashtags are #PAKU16vAUSU16 and #PakistanFutureStars

    Lahore, 8 January 2019:

    Pakistan U16 begin their five-match 50 overs-a-side series against Australia U16 at the ICC Academy in Dubai on Wednesday with the game starting at 10h30 PST (09h30 Dubai time).

    The two sides are eagerly looking forward to the series, which is designed to give the future stars a taste of international cricket.

    Pakistan, led by promising all-rounder Umer Eman, have a right mix of batsmen, fast bowlers and spinners, who will be eying to establish their credentials at the junior level, especially with the prospect of representing their country in the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup to be played in South Africa in 2020.

    Pakistan cricket team manager Taimoor Azam Khan felt that more than winning the series, the opportunity of testing the skills of his teenagers would be the best take away from the tour.

    “It is a major step forward for the players vying to secure their spots in the national junior team for the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2020. We want to groom these players for the challenges ahead. It is a fantastic opportunity for the players to continue their development and play against their peers,” Taimoor said.



    He added: “We have some exciting batsmen and all-rounders like Ali Hassan, Kashif Ali and Mohammad Shehzad in our squad. Spinners like Ali Hassan and Faisal Akram have shown great skills at this early stage of their careers, while fast bowler Farhad Khan is also a good prospect with his strong built and height.”

    Australia are being coached by former Test batsman Chris Rogers, who had toured with the senior Australia team for the two-Test match series in 2014 - the series that was won by a decisive 2-0 margin by the Misbah-ul-Haq led Pakistan.

    Four-and-a-half years later, Rogers, donning the U16 coach hat, was excited about the opportunity of testing his youngsters in different conditions to the ones they are used to back home.

    “The series is an opportunity for these young men to go and learn in different conditions and be challenged in different ways,” Rogers said. “It’s as much about the cricket as it is the life experience - learning about the game, and learning about life and other cultures.

    “We know the cricket is going to be challenging. Pakistan will have a really good side, and we’re excited about that challenge.

    “There’s no pressure - it’s all about learning. I’m looking forward to seeing the Australian players continue to improve, and seeing which players look to learn and find ways to get better in these conditions.”

    Australia have named two ‘co-captains’ for the series with Jamison Murphy from South Australia sharing responsibilities with Queensland’s Noah McFadyen.

    The squad also includes some budding stars, keen on making a big impression in Dubai.

    Some of the Australia U16 players to watch out for include, Shobit Singh, a right-handed top order batsman from Victoria, who scored 311 runs at an average of 51.8 at the CA U17 Male National Championships in October.

    Tobias Snell, a wicketkeeper-batsman, who averaged 35 with the bat at the CA U17 Male National Championships and also took five catches and four stumpings; and Nivethan Radhakrishnan, an all-rounder, who can bowl with both arms - both left and right arm orthodox spin - and claimed seven wickets at the CA U17 Male National Championships.

    Teams (to be selected from):

    Australia U16 squad: Connor Cook (New South Wales), Devlin Webb (Victoria), Dylan McAteer, Felix Ford (Australian Capital Territory), Jamison Murphy - co-captain (South Australia), Josh Sims (South Australia), Josh Smith (Queensland), Keegan de Koker (Western Australia), Nicholas Davis (Tasmania), Nivethan Radhakrishnan (New South Wales), Noah McFadyen - co-captain (Queensland), Ryley Smith (New South Wales), Shobit Singh (Victoria), Tobias Snell (Queensland)

    Pakistan U16 side: Umer Eman (captain), Aaliyan Mehmood, Ahmed Khan, Ali Asfand, Ali Hassan, Aseer Mughal, Ayaz Shah, Faisal Akram, Farhad Khan, Haseebullah Khan, Kashif Ali (vice-captain), Mohammad Shehzad, Rizwan Mahmood, Sameer Saqib and Zubair Shinwari (wicketkeeper)



    Series schedule:

    9 January – 1st 50-over match, ICC Academy, Dubai

    11 January – 2nd 50-over match, ICC Academy, Dubai

    13 January – 3rd 50-over match, ICC Academy, Dubai

    16 January – 4th 50-over match, ICC Academy, Dubai

    18 January – 5th 50-over match, ICC Academy, Dubai

    20 January – one-off T20 match, ICC Academy, Dubai


    Match officials:

    Ian Dixon and Shiju Sam will be the on-field umpires for all five 50-over matches and the one-off T2o match in the Pakistan U16 vs Australia U16 series.

    Source : PCB Media Department


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    So developing 3/4 day players is not on PCB’s priority list. What a surprise.

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    Thanks. I love reading seemingly innoculous trivia such as this.


    If he bowls with a full sleeve and is an off-spinner, rest assured he chucks. Amen

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    To play a t20 at this level is ridiculous. Why would you want to make 14/15 year old learn how to play across the line instead of teaching them to defend bat and pad close to each other.


    If he bowls with a full sleeve and is an off-spinner, rest assured he chucks. Amen

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenstorm View Post
    Ahmed Khan and Ayaz Shah, both are fast bowlers.


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    Wow, they both genuinely look so young ^^^

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    Is there any link of live score?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abdullah719 View Post


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    Ahmed Khan 2/17 so far from his 5 overs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shafi View Post
    Is there any link of live score?
    Cricinfo. Australia 4 down for 81. link
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    Let hope that we have a better batting talent according to Mudassar Nazar.

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    They look under 14.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moghul View Post
    They look under 14.
    Don't get ahead of yourself , wait for the pp age experts to give you a lecture how some of them are in their mid 20s.

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    Ahmed and Faisal equally share six wickets between them in Pakistan U16’s five-wicket victory


    Lahore, 9 January:

    Pakistan U16 recorded a comfortable five-wicket win over Australia U16 in the first 50-over match of the five-match series at the ICC Cricket Academy in Dubai on Wednesday.

    Pakistan chased down the 171-run target for the loss of five wickets in the 40th over to go one-up in the series. The second match will be played on Friday at the same venue.

    Openers Haseebullah Khan (33, 6x4, 46b) and Ali Hassan (21, 4x4, 16b) got the team off to a flying start in their run-chase as they put on 36 runs. After Ali’s departure, Haseebullah consolidated the position with a 42-run alliance with Sameer Saqib (15).

    Captain Umer Eman contributed 20 off 30 balls with three fours, Kashif Ali scored 28 off 24 balls with four fours and a six, and Aseer Mughal chipped in with 22 not out with a four and two sixes from 43 balls.

    Aseer put on 33 runs for the unfinished sixth wicket with wicketkeeper Zubair Shinwari (13 not out) as Pakistan achieved the target with 62 balls to spare.

    Earlier, Australia, put into bat, were dismissed for 170 in 44.3 overs. The total was built around a 60-run partnership for the seventh wicket between Nivethan Radhakrishnan and Noah McFadyen after the Australia teenagers had slipped to 94 for six in the 28th over.

    Radhakrishnan, who was one of the two batsmen to fell to Umer, scored a well-made 44 off 62 balls. His innings included four fours and one six.

    McFadyen batted equally well for his 48 off 66 balls that included four fours and one six. The next best contribution came from skipper Jamison Murphy, who contributed a sedate 22 off 44 balls before he was cleaned up by Pakistan’s star bowler Ahmed Khan.

    The fast bowler took three wickets for 30 runs in seven overs. Ahmed also dismissed both openers in a probing opening spell that put the tourists on the back foot

    Left-arm chinaman Faisal Akram also claimed three wickets,or conceding 33 runs in 9.3 overs. The spinner kept a tight leash on the scoring besides chipping away with crucial wickets towards the backend of the innings.

    Scores in brief:

    Pakistan U16 beat Australia U16 by five wickets

    Australia U16 170 all out, 44.3 overs (Noah McFadyen 48, Nivethan Radhakrishnan 44, Jamison Murphy 22; Ahmed Khan 3-30, Faisal Akram 3-33, Umar Eman 2-24)

    Pakistan U16 171-5, 39.4 overs (Haseebullah Khan 33, Kashif Ali 28, Aseer Mughal 22 not out, Ali Hasan 23, Umer Eman; Nivethan Radhakrishnan 2-31)
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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post
    Ahmed and Faisal equally share six wickets between them in Pakistan U16’s five-wicket victory


    Lahore, 9 January:

    Pakistan U16 recorded a comfortable five-wicket win over Australia U16 in the first 50-over match of the five-match series at the ICC Cricket Academy in Dubai on Wednesday.

    Pakistan chased down the 171-run target for the loss of five wickets in the 40th over to go one-up in the series. The second match will be played on Friday at the same venue.

    Openers Haseebullah Khan (33, 6x4, 46b) and Ali Hassan (21, 4x4, 16b) got the team off to a flying start in their run-chase as they put on 36 runs. After Ali’s departure, Haseebullah consolidated the position with a 42-run alliance with Sameer Saqib (15).

    Captain Umer Eman contributed 20 off 30 balls with three fours, Kashif Ali scored 28 off 24 balls with four fours and a six, and Aseer Mughal chipped in with 22 not out with a four and two sixes from 43 balls.

    Aseer put on 33 runs for the unfinished sixth wicket with wicketkeeper Zubair Shinwari (13 not out) as Pakistan achieved the target with 62 balls to spare.

    Earlier, Australia, put into bat, were dismissed for 170 in 44.3 overs. The total was built around a 60-run partnership for the seventh wicket between Nivethan Radhakrishnan and Noah McFadyen after the Australia teenagers had slipped to 94 for six in the 28th over.

    Radhakrishnan, who was one of the two batsmen to fell to Umer, scored a well-made 44 off 62 balls. His innings included four fours and one six.

    McFadyen batted equally well for his 48 off 66 balls that included four fours and one six. The next best contribution came from skipper Jamison Murphy, who contributed a sedate 22 off 44 balls before he was cleaned up by Pakistan’s star bowler Ahmed Khan.

    The fast bowler took three wickets for 30 runs in seven overs. Ahmed also dismissed both openers in a probing opening spell that put the tourists on the back foot

    Left-arm chinaman Faisal Akram also claimed three wickets,or conceding 33 runs in 9.3 overs. The spinner kept a tight leash on the scoring besides chipping away with crucial wickets towards the backend of the innings.

    Scores in brief:

    Pakistan U16 beat Australia U16 by five wickets

    Australia U16 170 all out, 44.3 overs (Noah McFadyen 48, Nivethan Radhakrishnan 44, Jamison Murphy 22; Ahmed Khan 3-30, Faisal Akram 3-33, Umar Eman 2-24)

    Pakistan U16 171-5, 39.4 overs (Haseebullah Khan 33, Kashif Ali 28, Aseer Mughal 22 not out, Ali Hasan 23, Umer Eman; Nivethan Radhakrishnan 2-31)


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    Watched the highlights and the thing which excites me is that there was a left arm Chinaman playing and he looked good.Other than that it was interesting to see so many bowlers bowling action was identical to their idols.One of the Pak seamer had copied Dale Steyn's action and one spinner had exactly the same bowling action as of Zulfiqar Babar.Similarly an Aussie offie looked to bowl like Nathan Lyon.

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    The bowler at the start has a beautiful action with nice pace and outswinger. Akram the Chinaman bowler is impressive and batting looks decent. Players look genuinely under 16😁

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abdullah719 View Post
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    Looks like we don't even find a single good batsman from this entire team. None of the player has the ability to score big.

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    Why is it that Pak batsmen at all levels look to score through high risk aerial shots?

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    Having watched the highlights I am amazed to see that Pak batters looks much better than Aus counterparts both in terms of technique and strength specially the openers however Aus opening bowler seems to generating some serious pace much quicker than any Pak bowler played in this match.

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    My gut feeling is that Pak will finish the series 4-1, batting looked much better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahmed216 View Post
    Why is it that Pak batsmen at all levels look to score through high risk aerial shots?
    Probably because most of them start off with gully level tape ball cricket where sixes are more or less the only scoring method, in addition to our coaches not having the brains to be able to iron it out

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    Quote Originally Posted by angrypathan View Post
    Probably because most of them start off with gully level tape ball cricket where sixes are more or less the only scoring method, in addition to our coaches not having the brains to be able to iron it out
    Hmmmm it is hard to believe that even coaches dont understand the basics

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    Pakistan Won the Toss and decided to Bat first in the 2nd YOD


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    Pakistan U16 Playing XI for 2nd YOD

    Ali Hassan
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    Umar Eman (C)
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    Aus U-16s won by 3 wickets (with 47 balls remaining)


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    Did PAK set batting in reverse order today? That too after winning toss & batting first!!!!

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    Australia U16 beat Pakistan U16 to level series

    McFadyen, Radhakrishnan and Ahmed Khan produce all-round performances

    Lahore, 11 January:

    An all-round performance by Noah McFadyen and Nivethan Radhakrishnan helped Australia U16 to a three-wicket win over Pakistan U16 in the second 50-over match of the five-match series at the ICC Academy in Dubai on Friday.

    The result left the series tied at 1-1. Pakistan had won the first match on Wednesday by five wickets, with the third match to be played on Sunday.

    On Friday, the visitors chased down the target of 192 for the loss of seven wickets in 42.1 overs after their bowlers had done a commendable job to restrict Pakistan U16 to 191 for seven in their allotted 50 overs.

    McFadyen and Radhakrishnan shared a match-winning 100-run partnership for the fifth wicket after their team had slipped to 68 for four in the 20th over.

    McFadyen counterattacked with some style, hitting one six and nine fours in his 57-ball 59. Radhakrishnan batted equally well for his 59 that came off 85 balls and included nine fours.

    For Pakistan, Ahmed Khan and captain Umer Eman took two wickets each.

    Pakistan, electing to bat first, were rescued by the seventh wicket pair of Aseer Mughal and Ahmed Khan after their side was reduced to 94 for six in the 31st over. The two added 82 for the seventh wicket to help Pakistan finish at a respectable 191 for seven.

    Ahmed, who was the star performer in the opening match with a three-wicket haul, proved his worth with the bat on Friday when he hit a stroke-filled 55 not out off 52 balls that included three sixes and three fours.

    Aseer batted with caution, using 93 balls for his 44 that included two fours.

    Kashif Ali was the other notable scorer, hitting six fours in his 31, while Umer Eman (17) and Sameer Saqib (19) added 39 runs for the third wicket.

    For Australia, fast bowler McFadyen was the pick of the bowlers when he dismissed both the openers and added Aseer’s scalp to end with figures of three for 42.

    Radhakrishnan took two wickets in 10 economical overs in which he gave away 24 runs. Keegan de Koker was the successful bowler, taking two wickets for 32 runs.

    Scores in brief:

    Australia U16 beat Pakistan U16 by three wickets

    Pakistan U16 191-7, 50 overs (Ahmed Khan 55 not out, Aseer Mughal 44, Kashif Ali 31; Noah McFadyen 3-42, Nivethan Radhakrishnan 2-24)

    Australia U16 192-7, 42.1 overs (Noah McFadyen 59, Nivethan Radhakrishnan 59, Shobit Singh 23; Umer Eman 2-27, Ahmed Khan 2-30)

    Next match – third 50-over match, Sunday, 13 January.

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    Shudder...grooming kids on UAE pitches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corridor of Uncertainty View Post
    Shudder...grooming kids on UAE pitches.
    Gold for the Aussie kids to have a taste of these pitches.


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    YOD: Match 3

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    Aussies 140 all out in 3rd match. Ahmed Khan 3 wickets and Faisal Akram 5 wickets.

    http://www.espncricinfo.com/series/1...16s-3rd-match-

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    Ahmed Khan is contributing heavily with both bat and ball, good to see

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    Quote Originally Posted by angrypathan View Post
    Ahmed Khan is contributing heavily with both bat and ball, good to see
    he along with faisal akram looks quality .Sad state of affairs not a single decent batsmen have emerge

    basit ali needs to be kick out clearly he is not selecting right batsmen from u16 to u19

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    Faisal Akram (5-26) and Ahmed Khan (3-40 & 22 not out) star in Pakistan U16’s win

    Lahore, 13 January:

    Left-arm chinaman bowler Faisal Akram bagged five for 26 and fast bowler Ahmed Khan produced an all-round performance (three for 40 and 22 not out) as Pakistan U16 defeated Australia U16 by four wickets in the third 50-over-a-side match to take a 2-1 lead in the five-match series at the ICC Academy in Dubai on Sunday.

    Multan-born Faisal and Swabi-born Ahmed had also starred in Pakistan’s five-wicket in the opening match last Wednesday by sharing six wickets between them.

    Faisal and Ahmed justified their captain Umer Eman’s decision to bat first when they bowled with discipline and accuracy, and took wickets at regular intervals as Australia were bowled out for 140 in 37.3 overs.

    Captain Noah McFadyen top-scored with a 65-ball 38, an innings that included five fours and one six, while Nivethan Radhakrishnan scored 33 off 40 balls with the help of three fours and one six. The two added 67 runs for the fifth wicket.

    In their target chase, Pakistan were off to a shaky start when they lost two wickets for 11 runs. However, Haseebullah Khan stonewalled at one end with a 72-ball 33 that included five fours.

    Pakistan were then reduced to 96 for six in 29.3 overs before a 46-run seventh wicket unbroken stand between Rizwan Mehmood and Ahmed Khan took them home in the 39th over.

    Rizwan remained not out on 36 off 42 balls, with his innings including seven fours. Ahmed, who had scored an unbeaten half-century in the second game, completed a satisfying day by following up his three wickets with a run-a-ball 22 not out.

    The fourth match will be played on Wednesday.

    Scores in brief:

    Pakistan U16 beat Australia U16 by four wickets

    Australia U16 140, 37.3 overs (Noah McFadyen 38, Nivethan Radhakrishnan 33, Connor Cook 13; Faisal Akram 5-26, Ahmed Khan 3-32)

    Pakistan U16 142-6, 38.5 overs (Rizwan Mehmood 36 not out, Haseebullah Khan 33, Ahmed Khan 22 not out; Joshua Smith 2-22, Connor Cook 2-31)

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    Pakistan U16s won the toss and elected to field first in 4th YOD game vs Australia U16s


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    Don't think our team will win this one. Batting is extremely limited and we will not score over 200 for sure.

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    Aussie lads look physically stronger. Great experience for both teams especially Aussies in these conditions

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    Great batting by our future batsmen (AKA Kohli, Tendulqar, Kallis...). 31/3 in 5.3 overs. Our future is really great.

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    Rizwan Mehmood 4 of 24. Great batting!!!!

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    Rizwan Mehmood 4 of 24. Great batting!!!!
    They are kids brother. Let them play.

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    good batting by our youngsters

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    Pakistan go down fighting as Australia U16 win fourth 50-over match

    Shobit Singh hits century, Murphy hits fifty and takes four for 25 to help Australia level at 2-all, decider on Friday

    Lahore, 16 January:

    Australia U16 won the fourth 50-over-a-side match of the five-match series against Pakistan U16 by a 27-run margin at the ICC Academy in Dubai on Wednesday. The series is now tied at 2-2 with the decider to be played at the same venue on Friday.

    Chasing 279 runs, Pakistan were bowled out for 251 in the final over of the innings. Captain Umer Eman fought hard with a 74-run innings that included eight fours. The left-handed Umer added 103 runs for the fifth wicket with Rizwan Mehmood, who contributed 51 off 65 balls with the help of seven fours.

    The two had come together after Pakistan had been reduced to 55 for four in the 13th over.

    Tail-ender Faisal Akram also batted tenaciously at the backend of Pakistan’s chase scoring 39 off as many deliveries.

    Jamison Murphy, who captained the side today, enjoyed a great day with the bat and the ball. He was the star performer with four wickets for 25 runs in six overs after contributing 56 (41b, 7x4, 2x6) in Australia’s batting effort.

    Nivethan Radhakrishnan took three wickets in his quota of 10 overs.

    Earlier, opener Shobit Singh’s century helped Australia (put into bat by Pakistan) reach a formidable total of 278 for eight in the allotted 50 overs. Shobit was dismissed in the 47th over of the innings after scoring 107 runs off 142 balls. His innings included 13 fours.

    Shobit added 99 runs for the opening wicket with Ryley Smith (59 off 54 balls, nine fours and one six).

    For Pakistan, fast bowler Ahmed Khan was once again the pick of the bowlers. The right-armer took three-wickets in his seven overs. Ahmed has now collected 11 wickets in four matches, besides hitting a half-century.

    Fast bowler Farhad Khan and off-spinner Aaliyan Mehmood claimed two wickets each.

    Scores in brief:

    Australia U16 beat Pakistan U16 by 27 runs

    Australia U16 278-8, 50 overs (Shobit Singh 107, Ryley Smith 59, Jamison Murphy 56; Ahmed Khan 3-53, Farhad Khan 2-46, Aaliyan Mehmood 2-46)

    Pakistan U16 251, 49.5 overs (Umer Eman 74, Rizwan Mehmood 51, Faisal Akram 39; Jamison Murphy 4-25, Nivethan Radhakrishnan 3-32)

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    Match 5: Pakistan U16s won the toss and elected to field first in their match against Australia U16s


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    Why Inzi keep selecting timid and defensive player like Sameer Sakib? This players have no future in modern day cricket.

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    Looks like we have almost won


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