U19 World Cup-winning captains from 2008 - Where are they now?

U19 World Cup-winning captains from 2008 – Where are they now?

This article sheds light upon the cricketing journey of all the winning captains from 2008 who helped their team to cross the line of triumph with sheer passion and endeavour.

2. 2010- Mitchell Marsh (Australia)

Mitchell Marsh
Australian cricketer Mitchell Marsh. (Photo by Mark Evans/Getty Images)

Leading by example, Western Australia stood strength to strength to lead the Australian colts to victory in the 2010 Under-19 World Cup. The stroke player amassed 201 runs in the high-voltage tournament single-handedly. Setting the stage of finals on fire, the batsman thrashed 97 odd runs against a strong looking Sri Lankan side piloting his team to victory.

Later, his incredible performance opened the window of his International career. The southpaw made his debut in the international cricket for Australian against South Africa in 2011. Moreover, the Cricket Australia recently awarded the 8 No. jersey a central contract ahead of the 2020-21 season.

Sunrisers Hyderabad inked a contract of INR 2 crores. Eventually, all eyes are on Marsh as the world waits to see what this cricketing supernova dishes out for his eternal fans.