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ICC U19 World Cup: Records over the past years

India Under-19s get together for a group photo

The Winners:

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  1. McDonald’s Bicentennial Youth World Cup (1987/88): Australian Youth Team
  2. ICC U19 World Cup (1997/98): England U19
  3. ICC U19 World Cup (1999/00): India U19
  4. ICC U19 World Cup (2001/02): Australia U19
  5. ICC U19 World Cup (2003/04): Pakistan U19
  6. ICC U19 World Cup (2005/06): Pakistan U19
  7. ICC U19 World Cup (2007/08): India U19
  8. ICC U19 World Cup (2009/10): Australia U19
  9. ICC U19 World Cup (2012): India U19

The five highest wicket-takers:

  1. Moises Henriques (Aus U19): 106.4-13-382-27 (Avg. 14.14, Econ. 3.58)
  2. Greg Thompson (Ire U19): 128.3-14-587-27 (Avg. 21.74, Econ. 4.56)
  3. Abhishek Sharma (Ind U19): 120.2-10-463-26 (Avg. 17.80, Econ. 3.84)
  4. Tim Bresnan (Eng U19): 119.0-13-491-25 (Avg. 19.64, Econ. 4.12)
  5. Wayne Parnell (Saf U19): 77.4-10-262-23 (Avg. 11.39, Econ. 3.37)

The five top run scorers:

  1. Eoin Morgan (Ire U19): 606 runs from 13 innings at an average of 50.50
  2. Babar Azam (Pak U19): 585 runs from 12 innings at an average of 58.50
  3. Kraigg Brathwaite (WI U19): 548 runs from 12 innings at an average of 60.88
  4. Kanishka Chaugai (Nep U19): 537 runs from 20 innings at an average of 28.26
  5. Anamul Haque (Ban U19): 519 runs from 12 innings at an average of 43.25

The five highest individual scores:

  1. Donovan Pagon (WI U19): 176 vs Scot U19 on 21 January 2002 in Dunedin
  2. James Marshall (NZ U19): 164* vs Nam U19 on 15 January 1998 in Pretoria
  3. Scott Kremerskothen (Aus U19): 164 vs PNG U19 on 15 January 1998 in Orkney
  4. Jacques Rudolph (Saf U19): 156* vs Nep U19 on 12 January 2000 in Katunayake
  5. Cameron White (Aus 19): 156* vs Scot U19 on 25 January 2002 in Dunedin

The five best bowling figures:

  1. Jeevan Mendis (SL U19): 9.2-2-19-7 vs Zim U19 on 24 January 2002 in Christchurch
  2. Trent Boult (NZ U19): 8.1-1-20-7 vs Malayasia U19 on 21 February 2008 in Johor
  3. Rahul Viswakarma (Nep U19): 6.2-4-3-6 vs PNG U19 on 23 August 2012 in Brisbane
  4. Wayne Parnell (Saf U19): 5.0-0-8-6 vs Ban U19 on 24 February 2008 in Kuala Lumpur
  5. Kamal Passi (Ind U19): 8.1-1-23-6 vs Zim U19 on 14 August 2012 in Townsville

The five best wicketkeepers:

  1. Adam Crosthwaite (Aus U19): 28 dismissals (20 ct + 8 st)
  2. Darren Berry (Aus YT): 26 dismissals (23 ct + 3 st)
  3. Mahesh Chhetri (Nep U19): 26 dismissals (8 ct + 18 st)
  4. Manoj Katuwal (Nep U19): 23 dismissals (14 ct + 9 st)
  5. Golam Mortaza (Ban U19): 21 dismissals (15 ct + 6 st)

The highest and the lowest total

  • Highest total: Australia U19 480/6 (50/50) vs Kenya U19 on 20 January 2002 in Dunedin
  • Lowest total: Scotland U19 22/10 (22.3/50) vs Australia U19 on 22 February 2004 in Chittagong

Teams with the most number of U19 World Cups (from most to least):

  1. India U19 (3)
  2. Australia U19 & Pakistan U19 (2)
  3. England U19 & Australia Youth Team (1)

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