National Under-19 Championship 2021-22 Discussion

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Lahore, 5 October 2021:

Twelve sides of six Cricket Associations will participate in the three-day National U19 Championship and one-day National U19 Cup, which will be held across six venues of Punjab from 10 October to 19 November. The three-day games will be followed by one-day fixtures, with a day’s gap between the two matches.

Six Whites squads have been placed in Pool A and will play their matches in Gujranwala, Muridke and Sialkot, while the remaining six Blues squads are in Pool B with their matches scheduled at Rawalpindi and Islamabad’s Shoaib Akhtar Cricket Academy, National Ground and Shalimar Cricket Ground.

The Pakistan Cricket Board, this season, has allowed each Cricket Association to field two sides. This has been done to allow talented youngsters the opportunity to stake claims in Pakistan squad for next year’s ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2022, besides increasing the pool of players at the grassroots level with the very best talent to be identified, nurtured and trained at the National High Performance Centre.

Meanwhile, following merit-based trials, the 12 squads for the two tournaments have been confirmed. Performance of players in the City Cricket Association two-day and 50-over tournaments were also taken into consideration.

The squads also include 32 players who attended an eight-week High Performance Camp at Karachi’s Hanif Mohammad High Performance Centre under the supervision of head coach Ijaz Ahmed.

The camp not only provided extensive practice, training and scenario-based match practice to the probables, it also furnished valuable exposure in a High Performance camp environment.

Squads:

Balochistan Whites U19: Abu Huraira (Lasbela U19), Aman Khan (Killa Abdullah U19), Arbaz Khan (Lasbela U19), Duniya Khan (Loralai U19), Haseebullah (Pishin U19), Hikmatullah (Loralai U19), Jan Muhammad ( Killa Abdullah U19), M Muddasir (Noshki U19), Muhammad Arif (Pishin U19), Muhammad Nasir (Naseerabad U19), Muhammad Uzair (Naseerabad U19), Qudrat Ullah (Quetta U19), Qurban Ali (Pishin U19), Rizwan Ahmed (Khuzdar U19), Waheed ul Rehman (Khuzdar U19), Yahya Khan (Quetta U19)

Reserve Players: Israrullah (Naseerabad U19), Jahangir Khan (Loralai U19,), Seeed Ahmed (Khuzdar U19), Siraj Mehboob (Panjgur U19)

Coaching staff: Aslam Sheikh (head coach), Mazhar Deenari (assistant coach)

Balochistan Blues U19: Abu Bakar (Lasbela U19), Ali Asghar (Noshki U19), Aurangzeb (Balochistan U19), Basit Ali ( Balochistan U19), Junaid Ahmed (Quetta U19), Kabir Raj (Quetta U19), Muhammad Waheed (Quetta U19), Muhammad Umar (Pishin U19), Obaid Khan (Quetta U19), Sajjad Ali (Loralai U19), Shahid Khan (Quetta U19), Shamraiz Khan (Pishin U19), Wajid Ali (Naseerabad U19), Yasir Khan (Quetta U19), Zaheer Ahmed (Lasbela U19), Zulqarnain (Noshki U19)

Reserve Players: Arshad Ali (Naseerabad U19), Mohammad Hussain (Noshki U19), Mohammad Ismail (Loralai U19), Yasir Hussain (Naseerabad U19)

Coaching staff: Hussain Khosa (head coach), Aqil Baloch (assistant coach)

Central Punjab Whites U19: Afzal Manzoor (Sheikhupura), Ahmed Hasan (Sheikhupura), Ali Razak (Lahore West Zone W), Ali Zoraiz Asif (Lahore North Zone B), Ameer Hamza (Gujranwala), Azan Awais (Sialkot), Hunain Shah (Lahore West Zone W), M. Awais (Faisalabad), M. Hassan Hameed (Lahore West Zone B), M. Ibtisam (Sargodha), Muneeb Wasif (Central Punjab U19s), Samama Riaz (Faisalabad), Shoaib Zahid (Jhang), Taha Mehmood (Gujranwala), Usman Nadeem (Lahore East Zone B), Zeeshan Sikander (Mandi Bahauddin)

Reserve Players: Asad Raza (Gujranwala), Daniyal Yousuf (Lahore East Zone W), Hasan Ali (Faisalabad), Malik Abdul Rafay (Sargodha), Saria Khan (Mianwali)

Coaching staff: Humayoun Farhat (head coach), Khurram Shehzad (assistant coach)

Central Punjab Blues U19: Abrar Afzal (Lahore West Zone B), Abu Bakar (Gujranwala), Ali Asfand (Faisalabad), Ali Hassan (Sargodha), Arham Nawab (Faisalabad), Awais Ali (Gujranwala), Hasnat Abbas (Lahore West Zone W), Khurram Riaz (Lahore North Zone W), M. Ali Hassan (Gujranwala), M. Zeeshan (Faisalabad), Mohammad Waqas (Faisalabad), Saad Waseem (Faisalabad), Sameer Saqib (Faisalabad), Shahwaiz Irfan (Lahore West Zone W), Usama Zahid (Lahore West Zone W), Zain Ul Abdin (Gujranwala)

Reserve Players: Umer Eman (Lahore West Zone B), Abdul Rehman (Faisalabad), M. Muzamil (Lahore West Zone W), S. Hassan Gillani (Sialkot), Saeed Ali (Sialkot)

Coaching staff: Muhammad Ashraf (head coach), Ashraf Ali (assistant coach)

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Whites U19: Abbas Ali (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19), Abbas Dawar (Charsada U19), Abdullah Zareen (Charsada U19), Afaq Khan (Mardan U19), Ayaz Khan (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19), Daniyal Bhatti (Haripur U19), Imad Afzal (Mardan U19), Ismail Khan (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U16), Khalid Shah (Peshawar U19), M. Farooq (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19), Muhammad Irfan (Peshawar U19), Muhammad Umer (Swabi U19), Rahimullah (Nowshera U19), Sahal Yousaf (Kohat U19), Sherdil Khan (Swat U19), Zubair Shinwari (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19)

Reserve Players: Afsar Ahmad (Buneer U19), Haneef ur Rehman (Swat U19), Muhammad Hasnain (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19), Shoaib Khan (Abbottabad U19)

Coaching staff: Saqib Faqir (head coach), Muhammad Sadiq (assistant coach)

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Blues U19: Abubakar Khan (Dir Lower U19), Ahmed Khan (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19), Ayaz Shah (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19), Ayub Khan (D.I Khan U19), Ch Shujah (Abbottabad U19), Haseeb Khan (Peshawar U19), Maaz Sadaqat (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19), Muhammad Salman (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19), Muhammad Yasin (Mardan U19), Muhammad Zulkifal (Charsada U19), Najab Khan (Charsada U19), Naqeeb Ullah (D.I Khan U19), Rooh Ullah (Mohmand U19), Sallahudin (Bannu U19), Umair Khan (Charsada U19), Zeeshan (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19)

Reserve Players: Arafat Khan (Peshawar U19), Azmatullah (Dir Upper U19), Muhammad Yasin (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19), Shahid Khan (Bannu U19)

Coaching Staff: Sajid Shah (head coach), Shoaib Khan (assistant coach)

Northern Whites U19: Abdul Basit (Rawalpindi U19), Abdul Jabbar Gillani (Islamabad U19), Ali Hasnain Sabir (Rawalpindi U19), Arsalan Sajjad (Muzzafarabad U19), Faizan Saleem (Mirpur U19), Jabbir Tayyab Khan (Islamabad U19), Jahandad Khan (Rawalpindi U19), Kamran Riaz (Islamabad U19), M. Ali Taj (Islamabad U19), Shan Khan (Mirpur U19), Sudais Ulfat (Islamabad U19), Suleman Asif (Rawalpindi U19), Syed Ali Zain Rizvi (Islamabad U19), Syed Hashim Mir Ali (Kotli U19), Usman Khan ( Paa U19), Waqas Zakir (Muzzafarabad U19)

Reserve Players: Hammadullah (Attock U19), Ibraheem Bhatti (Rawalpindi U19), M.Bilal Muqaddar (Kotli U19), Muhammad Ismail (Jhelum U19)

Coaching staff: Hafiz Majid Jahangir (head coach), Fahad Akram (assistant coach)

Northern Blues U19: Aamir Hussain (Rawalpindi U19), Abid Ullah (Islamabad U19), Affan Ishaq (Rawalpindi U19), Aseer Mughal (Rawalpindi U19), Fahad Rashid Kiani (Muzzafarabad U19), Faraz Khan (Attock U19), Hamza Jahangir (Chakwal U19), Haseeb Imran (Jhelum U19), Hussain (Rawalpindi U19), M. Faizan Ghani (Attock U19), M. Umar Habib (Attock U19), Mehran Mumtaz (Rawalpindi U19), Muhammad Aftab (Islamabad U19), Muhammad Awais (Attock U19), Shamyl Hussain (Islamabad U19), Zain Ali Sajid (Mirpur U19)

Reserve Players: Asad Raza (Mirpur U19), Hassan Ghalib (Jhelum U19), M. Sami Mir (Muzzafarabad U19), Shoukat Khan (Islamabad U19)

Coaching staff: Kamran Khan (head coach), Jawad Hameed Haq (assistant coach)

Sindh Whites U19: Adeel Meo (Sindh U19), Adil Ahmed Khan (Karachi Zone 1 U19), Afnan Khan (Karachi Zone 4 U19), Ali Shan (Shaheed Benazirabad U19), Ghazi Ghouri (Sindh U19), Habibullah (Karachi Zone 6 U19), Kashif Ali (Karachi Zone 6 U19), Malik Zain-Ul Abedin (Karachi Zone 1 U19), Mansoor Ali Khoso (Khairpur U19), Muhammad Fahad Amin (Karachi Zone 3 U19), Muhammad Sikander (Hyderabad U19), Najaf Ali (Shikharpur U19), Rehman (Hyderabad U19), Saqlain Nawaz (Khairpur U19), Wahaj Riaz (Karachi Zone 2 U19), Zeeshan Qasim (Karachi Zone 5 U19)

Reserve Players: Abdul Rafay (Karachi Zone 3 U19), Ali Shinwari (Karachi Zone 2 U19), Syed Haider Ali Bukhari (Sanghar U19), Syed Muhammad Shahsha (Karachi Zone 7 U19)

Coaching staff: Azam Khan (head coach), Hanif Malik (assistant coach)

Sindh Blues U19: Abdullah Fazal (Karachi Zone 4 U19), Aftab Ibrahim (Karachi Zone 7 U19), Ali Ishaq (Karachi Zone 6 U19), Aliyan Mehmood (Sindh U19), Asif Ali (Shikharpur U19), Huzaifa Munir (Karachi Zone 7 U19), Kh. Muhammad Hafeez (Karachi Zone 6 U19), Maaz Khurram Amin (Karachi Zone 6 U19), Muhammad Abdullah (Jamshoro U19), Muhammad Sheryar (Karachi Zone 2 U19), Muhammad Umer (Khairpur U19), Nawaz Shareef Yousufzai (Karachi Zone 6 U19), Rizwan Mehmood (Sindh U19), Sarfaraz Ali (Khairpur U19), Taimur Mustafa (Karachi Zone 2 U19), Talha Ahsan (Sindh U19)

Reserve Players: Muhammad Meesam (Hyderabad U19), Muhammad Mansab (Sukkur U19), Syed Ariyan (Karachi Zone 2 U19), Ziaullah (Karachi Zone 2 U19)

Coaching staff: Tahir Mehmood (head coach), Syed Mauhtashim Ali (assistant coach)

Southern Punjab Whites U19: Ali Haider (Vehari), Arfat Ahmad Minhas (Multan), Aun Shehzad (Muzafargarah), Faisal Akram (Multan), Harib Moeen (Bahawalpur), Hasnain Majid (Rahim Yar Khan), M Ammar (Rahim Yar Khan), M Aqib Asghar (Vehari), M Awais Abbas (Muzafargarah), M Ismail (Sahiwal), M Shehzad (D G Khan), M Uzair Mumtaz (Multan), Meesam Raza (Multan), Nauman Abbas (Muzafargarah), Usama Aqeel (Okara), Zain Islam (Multan)

Reserve Players: Ali Arshad (Bahwalnagar), Haider Baloch (D G Khan), M Nabeel Arshad (Pak Pattan), Syed Labaik Mehdi (Muzafargarah)

Coaching staff: Bilal Ahmed (head coach), Azhar Shafiq (assistant coach)

Southern Punjab Blues U19: Alam Zaib (Multan), Ali Afzal (Pak Pattan), Hamza Nawaz (Bahawalnagar), Haseeb Gul (Muzafargarah), Huzaifa Shafiq (Rajan Pur), Kashif Fareed (D G Khan), Khoubaib Ahmad (Bahawalpur), M Abu Bakar (Muzafargarah), M Ahmad (Vehari), M Danish (Muzafargarah), M Zahid (Multan), M Zubair (Multan), Moheer Saeed (Vehari), Rehan Ijaz (Rahim Yar Khan), Sharjeel Ahmad (Lodharan), Zarrar Shakeel (Okara)

Reserve Players: Abdullah Zain (Rahim Yar Khan), Adnan Shahid (D G Khan), M Waji (Muzafargarah), Rahat Ullah (Rahim Yar Khan)

Coaching staff: To be announced (head coach), Irfan Fazil (assistant coach)

National U19 Championship and Cup schedule:

Pool A

10-12 and 14 Oct - Balochistan (W)-Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (W), Jinnah Stadium, Sialkot; Central Punjab (W)-Sindh (W), Jinnah Stadium, Gujranwala; Northern (W)-Southern Punjab (W), Country Club, Muridke.

17-19 and 21 Oct - Balochistan (W)-Northern (W), Jinnah Stadium, Sialkot; Sindh (W)-Southern Punjab (W), Country Club, Muridke; Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (W)-Central Punjab (W), Jinnah Stadium, Gujranwala.

24-26 and 28 Oct - Balochistan (W)-Central Punjab (W), Jinnah Stadium, Sialkot; Northern (W)-Sindh (W), Country Club, Muridke; Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (W)-Southern Punjab (W), Jinnah Stadium, Gujranwala

31 Oct-2 and 4 Nov - Balochistan (W)-Southern Punjab (W), Jinnah Stadium, Gujranwala; Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (W)-Sindh (W), Country Club, Muridke; Northern (W)-Central Punjab (W), Jinnah Stadium, Sialkot

7-9 and 11 Nov - Balochistan (W)-Sindh (W), Jinnah Stadium, Sialkot; Central Punjab (W)-Southern Punjab (W), Jinnah Stadium, Gujranwala; Northern (W)-Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (W), Country Club, Muridke

POOL B
10-12 and 14 Oct - Balochistan (B)-Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (B), Shoaib Akhtar Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi; Central Punjab (B)-Sindh (B), National Ground, Islamabad; Northern (B)-Southern Punjab (B), Shalimar Cricket Ground; Islamabad

17-19 and 21 Oct - Balochistan (B)-Northern (B), Shoaib Akhtar Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi; Sindh (B)-Southern Punjab (B), National Ground, Islamabad; Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (B)-Central Punjab (B), Shalimar Cricket Ground, Islamabad

24-26 and 28 Oct - Balochistan (B)-Central Punjab (B), Shalimar Cricket Ground, Islamabad; Northern (B)-Sindh (B), National Ground, Islamabad; Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (B)-Southern Punjab (B), Shoaib Akhtar Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi

31 Oct-2 and 4 Nov - Balochistan (B)-Southern Punjab (B), National Ground, Islamabad; Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (B)-Sindh (B), Shalimar Cricket Ground, Islamabad; Northern (B)-Central Punjab (B), Shoaib Akhtar Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi

7-9 and 11 Nov - Balochistan (B)-Sindh (B), National Ground, Islamabad; Central Punjab (B)-Southern Punjab (B), Shoaib Akhtar Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi; Northern (B)-Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (B), Shalimar Cricket Ground, Islamabad

14 Nov – National U19 Cup final (Pool A leader v Pool B leader), venue TBC

16-19 Nov – National U19 Championship final (Pool A leader v Pool B leader), venue TBC
 
Lahore, 5 October 2021:

Twelve sides of six Cricket Associations will participate in the three-day National U19 Championship and one-day National U19 Cup, which will be held across six venues of Punjab from 10 October to 19 November. The three-day games will be followed by one-day fixtures, with a day’s gap between the two matches.

Six Whites squads have been placed in Pool A and will play their matches in Gujranwala, Muridke and Sialkot, while the remaining six Blues squads are in Pool B with their matches scheduled at Rawalpindi and Islamabad’s Shoaib Akhtar Cricket Academy, National Ground and Shalimar Cricket Ground.

The Pakistan Cricket Board, this season, has allowed each Cricket Association to field two sides. This has been done to allow talented youngsters the opportunity to stake claims in Pakistan squad for next year’s ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2022, besides increasing the pool of players at the grassroots level with the very best talent to be identified, nurtured and trained at the National High Performance Centre.

Meanwhile, following merit-based trials, the 12 squads for the two tournaments have been confirmed. Performance of players in the City Cricket Association two-day and 50-over tournaments were also taken into consideration.

The squads also include 32 players who attended an eight-week High Performance Camp at Karachi’s Hanif Mohammad High Performance Centre under the supervision of head coach Ijaz Ahmed.

The camp not only provided extensive practice, training and scenario-based match practice to the probables, it also furnished valuable exposure in a High Performance camp environment.

Squads:

Balochistan Whites U19: Abu Huraira (Lasbela U19), Aman Khan (Killa Abdullah U19), Arbaz Khan (Lasbela U19), Duniya Khan (Loralai U19), Haseebullah (Pishin U19), Hikmatullah (Loralai U19), Jan Muhammad ( Killa Abdullah U19), M Muddasir (Noshki U19), Muhammad Arif (Pishin U19), Muhammad Nasir (Naseerabad U19), Muhammad Uzair (Naseerabad U19), Qudrat Ullah (Quetta U19), Qurban Ali (Pishin U19), Rizwan Ahmed (Khuzdar U19), Waheed ul Rehman (Khuzdar U19), Yahya Khan (Quetta U19)

Reserve Players: Israrullah (Naseerabad U19), Jahangir Khan (Loralai U19,), Seeed Ahmed (Khuzdar U19), Siraj Mehboob (Panjgur U19)

Coaching staff: Aslam Sheikh (head coach), Mazhar Deenari (assistant coach)

Balochistan Blues U19: Abu Bakar (Lasbela U19), Ali Asghar (Noshki U19), Aurangzeb (Balochistan U19), Basit Ali ( Balochistan U19), Junaid Ahmed (Quetta U19), Kabir Raj (Quetta U19), Muhammad Waheed (Quetta U19), Muhammad Umar (Pishin U19), Obaid Khan (Quetta U19), Sajjad Ali (Loralai U19), Shahid Khan (Quetta U19), Shamraiz Khan (Pishin U19), Wajid Ali (Naseerabad U19), Yasir Khan (Quetta U19), Zaheer Ahmed (Lasbela U19), Zulqarnain (Noshki U19)

Reserve Players: Arshad Ali (Naseerabad U19), Mohammad Hussain (Noshki U19), Mohammad Ismail (Loralai U19), Yasir Hussain (Naseerabad U19)

Coaching staff: Hussain Khosa (head coach), Aqil Baloch (assistant coach)

Central Punjab Whites U19: Afzal Manzoor (Sheikhupura), Ahmed Hasan (Sheikhupura), Ali Razak (Lahore West Zone W), Ali Zoraiz Asif (Lahore North Zone B), Ameer Hamza (Gujranwala), Azan Awais (Sialkot), Hunain Shah (Lahore West Zone W), M. Awais (Faisalabad), M. Hassan Hameed (Lahore West Zone B), M. Ibtisam (Sargodha), Muneeb Wasif (Central Punjab U19s), Samama Riaz (Faisalabad), Shoaib Zahid (Jhang), Taha Mehmood (Gujranwala), Usman Nadeem (Lahore East Zone B), Zeeshan Sikander (Mandi Bahauddin)

Reserve Players: Asad Raza (Gujranwala), Daniyal Yousuf (Lahore East Zone W), Hasan Ali (Faisalabad), Malik Abdul Rafay (Sargodha), Saria Khan (Mianwali)

Coaching staff: Humayoun Farhat (head coach), Khurram Shehzad (assistant coach)

Central Punjab Blues U19: Abrar Afzal (Lahore West Zone B), Abu Bakar (Gujranwala), Ali Asfand (Faisalabad), Ali Hassan (Sargodha), Arham Nawab (Faisalabad), Awais Ali (Gujranwala), Hasnat Abbas (Lahore West Zone W), Khurram Riaz (Lahore North Zone W), M. Ali Hassan (Gujranwala), M. Zeeshan (Faisalabad), Mohammad Waqas (Faisalabad), Saad Waseem (Faisalabad), Sameer Saqib (Faisalabad), Shahwaiz Irfan (Lahore West Zone W), Usama Zahid (Lahore West Zone W), Zain Ul Abdin (Gujranwala)

Reserve Players: Umer Eman (Lahore West Zone B), Abdul Rehman (Faisalabad), M. Muzamil (Lahore West Zone W), S. Hassan Gillani (Sialkot), Saeed Ali (Sialkot)

Coaching staff: Muhammad Ashraf (head coach), Ashraf Ali (assistant coach)

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Whites U19: Abbas Ali (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19), Abbas Dawar (Charsada U19), Abdullah Zareen (Charsada U19), Afaq Khan (Mardan U19), Ayaz Khan (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19), Daniyal Bhatti (Haripur U19), Imad Afzal (Mardan U19), Ismail Khan (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U16), Khalid Shah (Peshawar U19), M. Farooq (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19), Muhammad Irfan (Peshawar U19), Muhammad Umer (Swabi U19), Rahimullah (Nowshera U19), Sahal Yousaf (Kohat U19), Sherdil Khan (Swat U19), Zubair Shinwari (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19)

Reserve Players: Afsar Ahmad (Buneer U19), Haneef ur Rehman (Swat U19), Muhammad Hasnain (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19), Shoaib Khan (Abbottabad U19)

Coaching staff: Saqib Faqir (head coach), Muhammad Sadiq (assistant coach)

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Blues U19: Abubakar Khan (Dir Lower U19), Ahmed Khan (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19), Ayaz Shah (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19), Ayub Khan (D.I Khan U19), Ch Shujah (Abbottabad U19), Haseeb Khan (Peshawar U19), Maaz Sadaqat (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19), Muhammad Salman (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19), Muhammad Yasin (Mardan U19), Muhammad Zulkifal (Charsada U19), Najab Khan (Charsada U19), Naqeeb Ullah (D.I Khan U19), Rooh Ullah (Mohmand U19), Sallahudin (Bannu U19), Umair Khan (Charsada U19), Zeeshan (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19)

Reserve Players: Arafat Khan (Peshawar U19), Azmatullah (Dir Upper U19), Muhammad Yasin (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19), Shahid Khan (Bannu U19)

Coaching Staff: Sajid Shah (head coach), Shoaib Khan (assistant coach)

Northern Whites U19: Abdul Basit (Rawalpindi U19), Abdul Jabbar Gillani (Islamabad U19), Ali Hasnain Sabir (Rawalpindi U19), Arsalan Sajjad (Muzzafarabad U19), Faizan Saleem (Mirpur U19), Jabbir Tayyab Khan (Islamabad U19), Jahandad Khan (Rawalpindi U19), Kamran Riaz (Islamabad U19), M. Ali Taj (Islamabad U19), Shan Khan (Mirpur U19), Sudais Ulfat (Islamabad U19), Suleman Asif (Rawalpindi U19), Syed Ali Zain Rizvi (Islamabad U19), Syed Hashim Mir Ali (Kotli U19), Usman Khan ( Paa U19), Waqas Zakir (Muzzafarabad U19)

Reserve Players: Hammadullah (Attock U19), Ibraheem Bhatti (Rawalpindi U19), M.Bilal Muqaddar (Kotli U19), Muhammad Ismail (Jhelum U19)

Coaching staff: Hafiz Majid Jahangir (head coach), Fahad Akram (assistant coach)

Northern Blues U19: Aamir Hussain (Rawalpindi U19), Abid Ullah (Islamabad U19), Affan Ishaq (Rawalpindi U19), Aseer Mughal (Rawalpindi U19), Fahad Rashid Kiani (Muzzafarabad U19), Faraz Khan (Attock U19), Hamza Jahangir (Chakwal U19), Haseeb Imran (Jhelum U19), Hussain (Rawalpindi U19), M. Faizan Ghani (Attock U19), M. Umar Habib (Attock U19), Mehran Mumtaz (Rawalpindi U19), Muhammad Aftab (Islamabad U19), Muhammad Awais (Attock U19), Shamyl Hussain (Islamabad U19), Zain Ali Sajid (Mirpur U19)

Reserve Players: Asad Raza (Mirpur U19), Hassan Ghalib (Jhelum U19), M. Sami Mir (Muzzafarabad U19), Shoukat Khan (Islamabad U19)

Coaching staff: Kamran Khan (head coach), Jawad Hameed Haq (assistant coach)

Sindh Whites U19: Adeel Meo (Sindh U19), Adil Ahmed Khan (Karachi Zone 1 U19), Afnan Khan (Karachi Zone 4 U19), Ali Shan (Shaheed Benazirabad U19), Ghazi Ghouri (Sindh U19), Habibullah (Karachi Zone 6 U19), Kashif Ali (Karachi Zone 6 U19), Malik Zain-Ul Abedin (Karachi Zone 1 U19), Mansoor Ali Khoso (Khairpur U19), Muhammad Fahad Amin (Karachi Zone 3 U19), Muhammad Sikander (Hyderabad U19), Najaf Ali (Shikharpur U19), Rehman (Hyderabad U19), Saqlain Nawaz (Khairpur U19), Wahaj Riaz (Karachi Zone 2 U19), Zeeshan Qasim (Karachi Zone 5 U19)

Reserve Players: Abdul Rafay (Karachi Zone 3 U19), Ali Shinwari (Karachi Zone 2 U19), Syed Haider Ali Bukhari (Sanghar U19), Syed Muhammad Shahsha (Karachi Zone 7 U19)

Coaching staff: Azam Khan (head coach), Hanif Malik (assistant coach)

Sindh Blues U19: Abdullah Fazal (Karachi Zone 4 U19), Aftab Ibrahim (Karachi Zone 7 U19), Ali Ishaq (Karachi Zone 6 U19), Aliyan Mehmood (Sindh U19), Asif Ali (Shikharpur U19), Huzaifa Munir (Karachi Zone 7 U19), Kh. Muhammad Hafeez (Karachi Zone 6 U19), Maaz Khurram Amin (Karachi Zone 6 U19), Muhammad Abdullah (Jamshoro U19), Muhammad Sheryar (Karachi Zone 2 U19), Muhammad Umer (Khairpur U19), Nawaz Shareef Yousufzai (Karachi Zone 6 U19), Rizwan Mehmood (Sindh U19), Sarfaraz Ali (Khairpur U19), Taimur Mustafa (Karachi Zone 2 U19), Talha Ahsan (Sindh U19)

Reserve Players: Muhammad Meesam (Hyderabad U19), Muhammad Mansab (Sukkur U19), Syed Ariyan (Karachi Zone 2 U19), Ziaullah (Karachi Zone 2 U19)

Coaching staff: Tahir Mehmood (head coach), Syed Mauhtashim Ali (assistant coach)

Southern Punjab Whites U19: Ali Haider (Vehari), Arfat Ahmad Minhas (Multan), Aun Shehzad (Muzafargarah), Faisal Akram (Multan), Harib Moeen (Bahawalpur), Hasnain Majid (Rahim Yar Khan), M Ammar (Rahim Yar Khan), M Aqib Asghar (Vehari), M Awais Abbas (Muzafargarah), M Ismail (Sahiwal), M Shehzad (D G Khan), M Uzair Mumtaz (Multan), Meesam Raza (Multan), Nauman Abbas (Muzafargarah), Usama Aqeel (Okara), Zain Islam (Multan)

Reserve Players: Ali Arshad (Bahwalnagar), Haider Baloch (D G Khan), M Nabeel Arshad (Pak Pattan), Syed Labaik Mehdi (Muzafargarah)

Coaching staff: Bilal Ahmed (head coach), Azhar Shafiq (assistant coach)

Southern Punjab Blues U19: Alam Zaib (Multan), Ali Afzal (Pak Pattan), Hamza Nawaz (Bahawalnagar), Haseeb Gul (Muzafargarah), Huzaifa Shafiq (Rajan Pur), Kashif Fareed (D G Khan), Khoubaib Ahmad (Bahawalpur), M Abu Bakar (Muzafargarah), M Ahmad (Vehari), M Danish (Muzafargarah), M Zahid (Multan), M Zubair (Multan), Moheer Saeed (Vehari), Rehan Ijaz (Rahim Yar Khan), Sharjeel Ahmad (Lodharan), Zarrar Shakeel (Okara)

Reserve Players: Abdullah Zain (Rahim Yar Khan), Adnan Shahid (D G Khan), M Waji (Muzafargarah), Rahat Ullah (Rahim Yar Khan)

Coaching staff: To be announced (head coach), Irfan Fazil (assistant coach)

National U19 Championship and Cup schedule:

Pool A

10-12 and 14 Oct - Balochistan (W)-Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (W), Jinnah Stadium, Sialkot; Central Punjab (W)-Sindh (W), Jinnah Stadium, Gujranwala; Northern (W)-Southern Punjab (W), Country Club, Muridke.

17-19 and 21 Oct - Balochistan (W)-Northern (W), Jinnah Stadium, Sialkot; Sindh (W)-Southern Punjab (W), Country Club, Muridke; Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (W)-Central Punjab (W), Jinnah Stadium, Gujranwala.

24-26 and 28 Oct - Balochistan (W)-Central Punjab (W), Jinnah Stadium, Sialkot; Northern (W)-Sindh (W), Country Club, Muridke; Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (W)-Southern Punjab (W), Jinnah Stadium, Gujranwala

31 Oct-2 and 4 Nov - Balochistan (W)-Southern Punjab (W), Jinnah Stadium, Gujranwala; Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (W)-Sindh (W), Country Club, Muridke; Northern (W)-Central Punjab (W), Jinnah Stadium, Sialkot

7-9 and 11 Nov - Balochistan (W)-Sindh (W), Jinnah Stadium, Sialkot; Central Punjab (W)-Southern Punjab (W), Jinnah Stadium, Gujranwala; Northern (W)-Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (W), Country Club, Muridke

POOL B
10-12 and 14 Oct - Balochistan (B)-Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (B), Shoaib Akhtar Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi; Central Punjab (B)-Sindh (B), National Ground, Islamabad; Northern (B)-Southern Punjab (B), Shalimar Cricket Ground; Islamabad

17-19 and 21 Oct - Balochistan (B)-Northern (B), Shoaib Akhtar Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi; Sindh (B)-Southern Punjab (B), National Ground, Islamabad; Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (B)-Central Punjab (B), Shalimar Cricket Ground, Islamabad

24-26 and 28 Oct - Balochistan (B)-Central Punjab (B), Shalimar Cricket Ground, Islamabad; Northern (B)-Sindh (B), National Ground, Islamabad; Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (B)-Southern Punjab (B), Shoaib Akhtar Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi

31 Oct-2 and 4 Nov - Balochistan (B)-Southern Punjab (B), National Ground, Islamabad; Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (B)-Sindh (B), Shalimar Cricket Ground, Islamabad; Northern (B)-Central Punjab (B), Shoaib Akhtar Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi

7-9 and 11 Nov - Balochistan (B)-Sindh (B), National Ground, Islamabad; Central Punjab (B)-Southern Punjab (B), Shoaib Akhtar Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi; Northern (B)-Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (B), Shalimar Cricket Ground, Islamabad

14 Nov – National U19 Cup final (Pool A leader v Pool B leader), venue TBC

16-19 Nov – National U19 Championship final (Pool A leader v Pool B leader), venue TBC

There has to be some kind of Problem no player from Jaffarabad in Balochistan where maximum Baloch talent was coming in U-19 , is this some kind of political thing?

Also looks like no talent hunt was done in Gilgit and Baltistan
 
If you to create quality then provide thesed young players the best possible wickets and lots of opportunities to play. As many of you know I am not a big fan of coaching at the higher levels because its mostly a scam but if someone like YK or MY worked with the best talent, it could only help.
 
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Hurraira should be topping the batting charts

I don't think it is that Huraira because he would be overage and it in northern 2nd XI team and this it has been written in brackets Lasbela so he is someone from that region.
 
I don't think it is that Huraira because he would be overage and it in northern 2nd XI team and this it has been written in brackets Lasbela so he is someone from that region.

Oh okay fair enough thanks for clarification
 
The three-day National U19 Championship and one-day National U19 Cup will commence on Sunday across six venues in which country’s around best 200 cricketers born on or after 1 September 2002 will get an opportunity to display their talent and move up the domestic cricket ladder.

The six Cricket Associations will field two sides of 16 players each who will play in the three-day game, which, after a day’s gap, will be followed by a 50-over fixture. As such, the teenagers will experience two formats over a five-day period, which will help them to learn to adjust, adopt and tweak their game as per the required format.

The 12 squads comprise players who either impressed the selectors with their performances in the recently-held City Cricket Association 50-over tournaments or through open and merit-based trials. Also part of the squads are the 32 players who attended an eight-week High Performance Camp at Karachi’s Hanif Mohammad High Performance Centre under the supervision of head coach Ijaz Ahmed.

The three-day National U19 Championship and one-day National Cup will also provide the PCB scouts, coaches and selectors with an opportunity to unearth the hidden talent and bring them into the national framework, thus, increasing the pool of players at the domestic level, including for next year’s ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2022 West Indies.

With the PCB offering lucrative domestic contracts, there is further incentive for the teenager cricketers to demonstrate the talent and potential they have and try to vie for these contracts, which is a pathway to higher rewards and recognition.

Six Whites squads have been placed in Pool A and will play their matches in Gujranwala, Muridke and Sialkot, while the remaining six Blues squads are in Pool B with their matches scheduled at Rawalpindi’s Shoaib Akhtar Cricket Academy and Islamabad’s National Ground and Shalimar Cricket Ground.

First round fixtures (10-12 Oct three-day match, 14 Oct 50-over match):

Pool A - Balochistan (W)-Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (W), Jinnah Stadium, Sialkot; Central Punjab (W)-Sindh (W), Jinnah Stadium, Gujranwala; Northern (W)-Southern Punjab (W), Country Club, Muridke.

Pool B - Balochistan (B)-Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (B), Shoaib Akhtar Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi; Central Punjab (B)-Sindh (B), National Ground, Islamabad; Northern (B)-Southern Punjab (B), Shalimar Cricket Ground; Islamabad
 
Until the fake age issue is solved, we will never get the real young talent to come through. The majority of the players will be over age, some upto 4 yrs. This effectively is an U23 tournament and seen in that light, the standard will be very poor. I feel sorry for the genuine U19s to be lumped in with these fixers.
 
Lahore, 10 October 2021: Shamyl Hussain of Northern Blues, Sindh Blues’ Mohammad Hafeez and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Whites’ Mohammad Umar stole day one honours of the three-day National U19 Championship, which commenced at various grounds on Sunday.

Shamyl scored an excellent 127 off 166 balls with 24 fours at the Shalimar Cricket Ground in Islamabad in Northern Blues’ 298 for five against Southern Punjab Blues. Shamyl received good support from Faraz Khan (50 not out), Haseeb Imran (44) and Hussain (42).

Fourteen wickets fell at the National ground in Islamabad where Central Punjab Blues, batting first, were bowled out for 121 in 42.1 overs by Sindh Blues. Khawaja Mohammad Hafeez was the destroyer-in-chief of Central’s innings when he returned figures of 15-5-32-5. However, Central struck back through Awais Ali (three for 16) as Sindh finished the day at 30 for four.

Umar recorded figures of 15-4-32-5 and Ayaz Khan took three for 27 as Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Whites bowled out Balochistan Whites for 224 in 79.4 overs at the Jinnah Stadium in Sialkot. Haseebullah was Balochistan’s top scorer with 68, followed by Mohamamd Uzair (42), Qudratullah 36 and Duniya Khan (34).

Half-centuries by Azan Awais (82) and Hassan Hameed (50) helped Central Punjab Whites collect 231 for nine in 80 overs against Sindh Whites, who had reached 42 for no loss at the Jinnah Stadium in Gujranwala.

Aun Shahzad was the top scorer with 82 from 167 balls with 12 fours, while Mohammad Ammar (57) and Arafat Ahmed (53) and Hasnain Majid (42) made useful contributions to help Southern Punjab Whites scored 286 for seven against Northern Whites, who closed the day at the Country Club in Muridke at 10 for one.

At Rawalpindi’s Shoaib Akhtar Cricket Stadium, Maaz Sadaqat was Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Blues’ top scorer with 89 as they reached 251 for eight in 64 overs against Balochistan Blues for whom Kabir Raj (three for 54) and Sajjad Ali (two for 45) took wickets.

Scores in brief (day 1 of 3 of 1st round matches):

Pool A

Balochistan (W) v Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (W) at Jinnah Stadium, Sialkot

Balochistan Whites 224 all out, 79.4 overs (Haseebullah 68, Mohamamd Uzair 42, Qudratullah 36, Duniya Khan 34; Mohammad Umar 5-32, Ayaz Khan 3-27)

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Whites 6-0, 2 overs

Central Punjab (W) v Sindh (W) at the Jinnah Stadium, Gujranwala

Central Punjab Whites 231-9, 80 overs (Azan Awais 82, Hassan Hameed 50, Mohammad Awais 39 not out; Adeel Meo 2-40)

Sindh Whites 42-0, 14 overs

Southern Punjab (W) v Northern (W) at the Country Club, Muridke

Southern Punjab Whites 286-7 (Aun Shahzad 82, Mohammad Ammar 57, Arfat Ahmed 53, Hasnain Majid 42; Faizan Saleem 2-45, Suleman Asif 2-45, Jahandad Khan 2-66)

Northern Whites 10-1, 4 overs

Pool B

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (B) v Balochistan (B), Shoaib Akhtar Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Blues 251-8, 64 overs (Maaz Sadaqat 89, Haseeb Khan 29, Ahmed Khan 28, Salman Khan 25; Kabir Raj 3-54, Sajjad Ali 2-45)

Central Punjab (B) v Sindh (B) at the National Ground, Islamabad

Central Punjab Blues 121 all out, 42.1 overs (Shawaiz Irfan 44, Mohammad Saad Wasim 25; Khawaja Mohammad Hafeez 5-32, Asif Ali 3-25)

Sindh Blues 30-4, 12 overs (Awais Ali 3-16)

Northern (B) v Southern Punjab (B) at the Shalimar Cricket Ground; Islamabad

Northern Blues 298-5, 67 overs (Shamyl Hussain 127, Faraz Khan 50 not out, Haseeb Imran 44, Hussain 42; Mohammad Abubakar 2-52)
 
Lahore, 11 October 2021: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Whites’ Abbas Ali has been reprimanded for showing dissent at an umpire’s decision during his side’s three-day match against Balochistan Whites in the ongoing National U19 Championship 2021-22 at Sialkot’s Jinnah Stadium.

Abbas committed a level 1 offence when he showed excessive disappointment after his appeal for a catch at slip was turned down after consultation between the two on-field umpires and said the fielder had taken a ‘clear catch’. As such, he was found guilty of violating Article 2.8 of the PCB Code of Conduct for Player and Player Support Personnel.

Abbas accepted the sanction proposed by match referee Ghulam Mustafa. The charges were levelled by on-field umpires Nasar Khan and Kamran Khalil.

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Lahore, 11 October 2021: A brilliant century by Sindh Whites’ Wahaj Riaz and crafty bowling by Rizwan Ahmed of Balochistan Whites were the highlights of day two of the three-day National U19 Championship on Monday.

Wahaj scored a 150-ball 107 with 13 fours and two sixes to help his side respond to central Punjab Whites’ 231 for nine with 360 despite Hunain Shah’s four for 47. When play ended at the Jinnah Stadium in Gujranwala, Central Punjab Whites, 80 runs behind on first innings, were 49 for no wicket.

Balchistan Whites’ Rizwan Ahmed returned figures of 10-0-43-5 but was unable to stop Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Whites from taking a 83-run first innings lead by scoring 307 in response to 224. Abbas Ali (71), Sahil Youssaf (57) and Zubair Shinwari (54) were the notable run-scorers for Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Whites. When play ended at the Jinnah Stadium in Sialkot, Balochistan Whites were 10 for one, still 73 runs behind.

Southern Punjab Whites had taken grip of their match against Northern Whites at the Country Club ground in Muridke. After posting 286 for seven in their first innings, they dismissed Northern Whites for 158 with Arafat Ahmed (three for 25), Mohammad Ismail (two for five) and Aqib Asghar (two for 24) sharing wickets. When stumps were drawn for the second day, Southern Punjab Whites had extended their first innings lead to 266 by reaching 138 for one with Mohammad Shehzad and Aun Shahzad on the crease at 73 and 62, respectively.

At the National Ground in Islamabad, Sindh Blues took a one-run lead against Central Punjab Blues. Sindh Blues, resuming at 30 for four in reply to Central Punjab Blues’ 121, were dismissed for 122 with Awais Ali taking four for 45 and Arham Nawab picking up three for 28. In a rain-reduced second day, Central Punjab closed at 13 for no loss.

Due to overnight rain and wet outfield, no play was possible between Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Blues and Balochistan Blues at the Shoaib Akhtar Cricket Stadium in Rawalpindi, and Northern Blues and Southern Punjab Blues at the Shalimar Cricket Ground in Islamabad.

Scores in brief (day 2 of 3, 1st round):

Pool A

Balochistan (W) v Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (W) at Jinnah Stadium, Sialkot

Balochistan Whites 224 all out, 79.4 overs (Haseebullah 68, Mohamamd Uzair 42, Qudratullah 36, Duniya Khan 34; Mohammad Umar 5-32, Ayaz Khan 3-27) and 10-1

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Whites 307 all out, 71.4 overs (Abbas Ali 71, Zubair Shinwari 54, Abdullah Zareen 37, Afaq Khan 22, Mohammad Irfan 21 not out; Rizwan Ahmed 5-43, Duniya Khan 2-30)

Central Punjab (W) v Sindh (W) at the Jinnah Stadium, Gujranwala

Central Punjab Whites 231-9, 80 overs (Azan Awais 82, Hassan Hameed 50, Mohammad Awais 39 not out; Adeel Meo 2-40) and 49-0 (Ali Zuraiz Asif 32 not out)

Sindh Whites 360 all out, 74.1 overs (Wahaj Riaz 107, Afnan Khan 79, Adeel Meo 43, Zain-ul-Abedin 33, Habibullah 27, Ghazi Ghouri 24; Hunain Shah 4-47, Ameer Hamza 2-69, Mohammad Awais 2-70)

Southern Punjab (W) v Northern (W) at the Country Club, Muridke

Southern Punjab Whites 286-7, 80 overs (Aun Shehzad 82, Mohammad Ammar 57, Arafat Ahmed 53, Hasnain Majid 42; Faizan Saleem 2-45, Suleman Asif 2-45, Jahandaad Khan 2-66) and 138-1 (Mohammad Shehzad 73 not out, Aun Shahzad 62 not out)

Northern Whites 158 all out, 61.1 overs (Shan Khan 57, Jahandad Khan 25; Arafat Ahmed 3-25, Mohammad Ismail 2-5, Aqib Asghar 2-24)

Pool B

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (B) v Balochistan (B), Shoaib Akhtar Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Blues 251-8, 64 overs (Maaz Sadaqat 89, Haseeb Khan 29, Ahmed Khan 28, Salman Khan 25; Kabir Raj 3-54, Sajjad Ali 2-45) v Balochistan Blues (no play on second day due to wet outfield)

Central Punjab (B) v Sindh (B) at the National Ground, Islamabad

Central Punjab Blues 121 all out, 42.1 overs (Shawaiz Irfan 44, Mohammad Saad Wasim 25; Khawaja Mohammad Hafeez 5-32, Asif Ali 3-25) and 13-0, 6 overs

Sindh Blues 122 all out, 46.2 overs (Abdullah Fazal 30, Khawaja Mohammad Hafeez 26, Talha Ahsan 21; Awais Ali 4-45, Arham Nawab 3-28, Abubakar 2-14)

Northern (B) v Southern Punjab (B) at the Shalimar Cricket Ground; Islamabad

Northern Blues 298-5, 67 overs (Shamyl Hussain 127, Faraz Khan 50 not out, Haseeb Imran 44, Hussain 42; Mohammad Abubakar 2-52) v Southern Punjab Blues (no play on second day due to wet outfield)
 
Lahore, 12 October 2021: Awais Abbas of Southern Punjab Whites and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Whites’ Ismail Khan bowled their sides to thumping victories on the third and final day in first round matches of the National U19 Championship.

Awais returned figures of 17-2-87-6 as Southern Punjab Whites defeated Northern Whites by 84 runs at the Country Club in Muridke. Set a victory target of 304, Northern Whites were dismissed for 219 with Syed Hashim Mir Ali finishing as the top scorer with 54.

With a 128-run first innings already under the belt, Southern Punjab Whites had resumed their second innings at 138 for one and declared at 175 for three. Aun Shahzad (78) and Mohammad Shehzad (75) were the notable run-scorers, while Jahandad Khan took two wickets for 49 runs.

At the Jinnah Stadium in Sialkot, Ismail Khan notched up figures of 19.4-5-31-5 and Ayaz Khan followed up his three for 23 with four for 29 as Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Whites routed Balochistan Whites by 10 wickets.

Balochistan Whites, trailing by 83 runs on first innings and resuming Tuesday’s play at 10 for one, were dismissed for 135 with only Mohammad Nasir offering some resistance with 44. Needing 52 to collect maximum points, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Whites raced to victory in 7.5 overs without losing a wicket with Abdullah Zareen scoring 40 not out with seven fours from 30 balls.

Central Punjab Whites and Sindh Whites match at the Jinnah Stadium in Gujranwala ended in a draw. After conceding a 129-run first innings and starting the day at 49 for no loss, Central Punjab Whites finished at 271 for seven with half-centuries from Usman Nadeem (74) and Hassan Hameed (72). For Sindh, Adeel Meo (three for 48) and Abdul Rehman (two for 54) shared wickets.

A match haul of 10 wickets by Khawaja Mohammad Hafeez was not enough for Sindh Blues as their match against Central Punjab Blues ended in a draw at the at the National Ground, Islamabad.

Khawaja Hafeez followed up his 15-5-32-5 in the first innings with 20-4-51-5 as Central Punjab, after conceding the slimmest first innings lead of one run, managed to declare their second innings at 178 for nine that resolved around 55 by Hasnaat Abbas and Mohammad Waqas’s 35.

Needing 178 for victory, Sindh finished at 139 for five with Abdullah Fazal scoring 32, Talha Ahsan contributing 22 not out and Rizwan Mahmood chipping with 21, while Ali Asfand claimed three wickets for 42 runs.

Only one innings was possible at Rawalpindi’s Shoaib Akhtar Cricket Stadium, where Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Blues and Balochistan Blues match ended in a draw. After Monday’s play was washed out due to a wet outfield, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Blues resume their first innings at 251 for eight and were all out for 266. In turn, Balochistan Blues were bundled out for 123 with Ahmed Khan returning figures of 13.1-8-10-5 and Zeeshan Ahmed picking up three for 24.

Same was the story at the Shalimar Cricket Ground in Islamabad where no play was possible on Monday. On Tuesday, Northern Blues declared their first innings at the overnight score of 298 for five and managed to dismiss Southern Punjab Blues for 179 with Mehram Mumtaz scooping four for 40 and Aseer Mughal and Faraz Khan picking up two wickets apiece. Mohammad Zahid was the star batsman for Southern Punjab Blues with a fine 86 not out that came off 118 balls and included 15 fours.

After Wednesday’s rest day, the participating sides will feature in the 50-over National U19 Cup and will play against the same oppositions at the same venues.

Scores in brief (day 3 of 3, 1st round):

Pool A

Southern Punjab (W) beat Northern (W) by 84 runs at the Country Club, Muridke

Southern Punjab Whites 286-7 (Aun Shahzad 82, Mohammad Ammar 57, Aarfat Ahmed 53, Hasnain Majid 42; Faizan Saleem 2-45, Suleman Asif 2-45, Jahandaad Khan 2-66) and 175-3d (Aun Shahzad 78, Mohammad Shehzad 75; Jahandad Khan 2-49)

Northern Whites 158 all out, 61.1 overs (Shan Khan 57, Jahandad Khan 25; Aarfat Ahmed 3-25, Mohammad Ismail 2-5, Aqib Asghar 2-24) and 219 all out (Syed Hashim Mir Ali 54, Faizan Saleem 34, Hasnain Sabir 25 not out, Jabbir Tayyab 25, Abdul Jabbar Jilani 21; Awais Abbas 6-87, Mohammad Aqib Asghar 2-15)

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (W) beat Balochistan (W) by 10 wickets at Jinnah Stadium, Sialkot

Balochistan Whites 224 all out, 79.4 overs (Haseebullah 68, Mohamamd Uzair 42, Qudratullah 36, Duniya Khan 34; Mohammad Umar 5-32, Ayaz Khan 3-27) and 135 all out (Mohammad Nasir 44; Ismail Khan 5-31, Ayaz Khan 4-29)

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Whites 307 all out, 71.4 overs (Abbas Ali 71, Sahil Yousaf 57, Zubair Shinwari 54, Abdullah Zareen 37, Afaq Khan 22, Mohammad Irfan 21 not out; Rizwan Ahmed 5-43, Duniya Khan 2-30) and 54-0 (Abdullah Zareen 40 not out)

Central Punjab (W) v Sindh (W) match drawn at the Jinnah Stadium, Gujranwala

Central Punjab Whites 231-9, 80 overs (Azan Awais 82, Hassan Hameed 50, Mohammad Awais 39 not out; Adeel Meo 2-40) and 271-7d (Usman Nadeem 74, Hassan Hameed 72, Ali Zuraiz Asif 38, Ali Razzaq 26, Azan Awais 23, Afzaal Manzoor 22; Adeel Meo 3-48, Abdul Rehman 2-54)

Sindh Whites 360 all out, 74.1 overs (Wahaj Riaz 107, Afnan Khan 79, Adeel Meo 43, Zain-ul-Abedin 33, Habibullah 27, Ghazi Ghori 24; Hunain Shah 4-47, Ameer Hamza 2-69, Mohammad Awais 2-70)

Pool B

Central Punjab (B) v Sindh (B) match drawn at the National Ground, Islamabad

Central Punjab Blues 121 all out, 42.1 overs (Shawaiz Irfan 44, Mohammad Saad Wasim 25; Khawaja Mohammad Hafeez 5-32, Asif Ali 3-25) and 178-9d (Hasnat Abbas 55, Mohammad Waqas 35, Khawaj Mohammad Hafeez 5-51, Aaliyan Mahmood 2-25)

Sindh Blues 122 all out, 46.2 overs (Abdullah Fazal 30, Khawaja Mohammad Hafeez 26, Talha Ahsan 21; Awais Ali 4-45, Arham Nawab 3-28, Abubakar 2-14) and 139-5 (Abdullah Fazal 32, Talha Ahsan 22 not out, Rizwan Mahmood 21; Ali Asfand 3-42)

Northern (B) v Southern Punjab (B) match drawn at the Shalimar Cricket Ground; Islamabad

Northern Blues 298-5d, 67 overs (Shamyl Hussain 127, Faraz Khan 50 not out, Haseeb Imran 44, Hussain 42; Mohammad Abubakar 2-52)

Southern Punjab Blues 179 all out, 62.5 overs (Mohammad Zahid 86 not out, Mohammad Danish 41; Mehran Mumtaz 4-40, Aseer Mughal 2-9, Faraz Khan 2-12)

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (B) v Balochistan (B) match drawn at Shoaib Akhtar Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Blues 266 all out, 66.4 overs (Maaz Sadaqat 89, Abu akar Khan 33, Haseeb Khan 29, Ahmed Khan 28, Salman Khan 25, Mohammad Yaseen 21 not out; Sajjad Ali 4-57, Kabir Raj 3-54) Balochistan Blues 123 all out, 65.1 overs (Shamraiz Khan 56; Ahmed Khan 5-10, Zeeshan Ahmed 3-24)


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Lahore, 14 October 2021: As many as six centuries were scored as Sindh U19 Whites, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Whites, Southern Punjab U19 Whites, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Blues, Central Punjab U19 Blues and Northern U19 Blues won their first-round one-day matches of the National U19 Cup today.

In a Pool A match at Jinnah Stadium Gujranwala, Sindh U19 Whites thrashed Central Punjab U19 Whites by 137 runs, Wahaj Riaz scored a scintillating 154 while Habibullah scored 138 to help Sindh U19 Whites amass 387 for seven in their 50 overs.

Central Punjab U19 Whites were restricted to 250 for nine in reply. Ali Razzaq and Azan Awais scored half-centuries. Abdul Rehman took four wickets.

In another Pool A match at Jinnah Stadium Sialkot, Afaq Khan’s 107 helped Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Whites post 279 all out in 47.5 overs. Balochistan U19 Whites were bowled out for 140 in 42.2 overs in reply. Muhammad Umer and Khalid Shah took three wickets each.

In the third Pool A match of the day at the Lahore Country Club Muridke, Southern Punjab U19 Whites beat Northern U19 Whites by nine wickets in a match reduced to 21 overs.

Northern U19 Whites posted 127 for eight with Abdul Jabbar top-scoring with 28 runs. Arafat Ahmed took four wickets for 27 runs. Southern Punjab U19 Whites chased down the score in 18.4 overs with Arafat following his bowling brilliance with a 57-run contribution. Aon Shehzad scored 53, both Arafat and Aon remained not out.

In a Pool B fixture at Shoaib Akhtar Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Blues thrashed Balochistan U19 Blues by a massive 205-run margin. Maaz Ahmed Sadaqat hit 132 as KP posted 301 for five.

Balochistan U19 Blues were rolled over for 96 in reply, Salahuddin and Ayaz Shah took four wickets each.

In the second Pool B fixture of the day played at the National Cricket Ground Islamabad, Central Punjab U19 Blues defeated Sindh U19 Blues by 37 runs. Batting first, Central Punjab posted 262 for six with Muhammad Waqas scoring 100. Abrar Afzal contributed 43 runs.

In reply Sindh U19 Blues were bowled out for 225 in 49 overs. Captain Rizwan Mehmood scored 71 while Huzaifa Munir contributed 67 runs. Ali Asfand took four while Awais Ali took three wickets.

In the third Pool B fixture of the day played at the Shalimar Cricket Ground Islamabad, Northern U19 Blues recorded a thumping 76-run win over Southern Punjab U19 Blues. Northern U19 Blues posted 305 for nine, opener Shamyl Hussain scored 133 runs. M Hussain made a 46-run contribution. Huzaifa Shafiq took four wickets.

Southern Punjab U19 Blues in reply were dismissed for 229 runs in 44 overs. Moheer Saeed scored 96, his opening partner Usama Aqeel contributed 46 runs. Muhammad Awais and captain Mehran Mumtaz took three wickets each.

Scores in Brief –Pool A:

Sindh U19 Whites beat Central Punjab U19 Whites by 137 runs

Sindh U19 Whites 387 for 7, 50 overs (Wahaj Riaz 154, Habibullah 138, Ghazi Ghori 50 not out; Muhammad Awais 2-32)

Central Punjab U19 Whites 250 for 9, 50 overs (Ali Razzaq 61, Azan Awais 51; Abdul Rehman 4-41, Wahaj Riaz 2-36)

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Whites beat Balochistan U19 Whites by 139 runs

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Whites 279 all out, 47.5 overs (Afaq Khan 107, Khalid Shah 35; Yahya Khan 3-57, Hikmatullah 3-64)

Balochistan U19 Whites 140 all out, 42.2 overs (Mohammad Uzair 44, Haseebullah 28; Muhammad Umer 3-35, Khalid Shah 3-36)

Southern Punjab Whites beat Northern U19 Whites U19 by nine wickets

Northern U19 Whites 127 for 8, 21 overs (Abdul Jabbar Jilani 28, Syed Hashim Mir 24; Arafat Ahmed 4-27, Awais Abbas 2-24)

Southern Punjab U19 Whites 129 for 1, 18.4 overs (Arafat Ahmed 55, Aon Shehzad 53; Faizan Saleem 1-32)

Scores in Brief –Pool B:

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Blues beat Balochistan U19 Blues by 205 runs

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Blues 301 for 5, 50 overs (Maaz Ahmed Sadaqat 132, Mohammad Zulkifal 40; M.Aurangzaib 1-45)

Balochistan U19 Blues 96 all out, 30.5 overs (Yasir Khan 20, Basit Ali 20; Salahuddin 4-15, Ayaz Shah 4-24)

Central Punjab U19 Blues beat Sindh U19 Blues by 37 runs

Central Punjab U19 Blues 262 for 6, 50 overs (Muhammad Waqas 100, Abrar Afzal 43; Talha Ahsan 2-42)

Sindh U19 Blues 225 for all out, 49 overs (Rizwan Mehmood 71 not out, Huzaifa Munir 67; Ali Asfand 4-39, Awais Ali 2-40)

Northern U19 Blues beat Southern Punjab U19 Blues by 76 runs

Northern U19 Blues 305 for 9, 50 overs (Shamyl Hussain 132, M. Hussain 46, Aseer Mughal 35; Huzaifa Shafiq 4-49, M. Danish 2-57)

Southern Punjab U19 Blues 229 all out, 44 overs (Moheer Saeed 96, Usama Aqeel 46; Muhammad Awais 3-29, Mehran Mumtaz 3-54)




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Lahore, 17 October 2021: The second round of the National U19 Championship (three-day) commenced at six venues today. On the first-day, Sindh U19 Blues captain Rizwan Mehmood and Southern Punjab U19 Whites batter Mohammad Shehzad hit centuries.

In a Pool A fixture being played at the Jinnah Stadium Sialkot, Balochistan U19 Whites were sent packing for 138 in their first innings against Northern U19 Whites. Mohammad Muddasir top-scored with 31 runs. Hasnain Sabir took four while Shan Khan and Jahandad Khan took two wickets each.

Northern had reached 91 for one at close, Syed Hashim Ali was unbeaten on 59 off 90 balls (nine fours, one six).

In another Pool A fixture being staged at the Lahore Country Club Muridke, Southern Punjab U19 Whites posted 313 for 9 in their first innings courtesy a 107-run contribution by opener Mohammad Shehzad against Sindh U19 Whites. Shehzad hit 14 fours in his 174-ball effort. Mohammad Ammar scored 71 off 120 balls with the help of eight fours. Wahaj Riaz took three wickets.

In reply, Sindh U19 Whites were one for one when stumps were drawn for the day.

In another Pool A fixture that commenced at the Jinnah Stadium Gujranwala, Central Punjab U19 Whites were 217 for nine in 72.2 overs against Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Whites when bad light stopped play. Usman Nadeem top-scored with 68 off 134 balls (10 fours). Ali Zunair Asif who opened the innings scored 51 off 124 balls (five fours). Khalid Shah took three while Mohammad Ayaz and Mohammad Umer took two wickets each.

In a Pool B fixture at Shoaib Akhtar Cricket Stadium Rawalpindi, Balochistan U19 Blues were bowled out in their first innings for 182 against Northern U19 Blues. Basit Ali top-scored with 43 while Mohammad Waheed contributed 28 not out. Abu Bakar scored 25 runs. Aamir Hussain took three while Affan Ishaq and Abidullah took two wickets apiece.

In reply, Northern U19 Blues reached 136 for four at stumps. Hussain was batting on 70 (96 balls, 12 fours). Sajjad Ali took two wickets.

In another Pool B fixture being played at the National Cricket Ground Islamabad, captain Rizwan Mehmood’s superb 146 off 202 balls helped Sindh U19 Blues post 273 all out in their first innings. Rizwan smashed 17 fours and three sixes in his innings. Talha Ahsan scored 38, Mohammad Zahid took four wickets for Southern Punjab U19 Blues.

At close of play, Southern Punjab U19 Blues were reeling at 29 for three in their first innings.

In another Pool B fixture that commenced at the Shalimar Cricket Ground Islamabad, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Blues were rolled over for 159 in their first innings against Central Punjab U19 Blues. Chaudhary Shujah top-scored for KP U19 Blues with 54 while Maaz Ahmed Sadaqat scored 39 runs. Arham Nawab and Ali Asfand took three wickets each.

In reply, Central Punjab U19 Blues had reached 161 for two after 38 overs batting. Captain Hasnaat Abbas scored 67 off 75 balls (12 fours). Opener Usama Zahid was batting on 63 (102 balls, nine fours, one six).

Scores in Brief –Pool A:

Balochistan U19 Whites 138 all out, 53.2 overs (Mohammad Muddasir 31, Mohammad Nasir 24; Hasnain Sabir 4-28, Shan Khan 2-3, Jahandad Khan 2-41) Northern U19 Whites 91 for 1, 29 overs (Syed Hashim Mir 59 not out)

Southern Punjab U19 Whites 313 for 9, 80 overs (Mohammad Shehzad 107, Mohammad Ammar 71; Wahaj Riaz 3-39) Sindh U19 Whites 1 for 1.

Central Punjab U19 Whites 217 for 9, 72.2 overs (Usman Nadeem 68, Ali Razzaq 52 not out, Ali Zunair Asif 51; Khalid Shah 3-37, Mohammad Ayaz 2-26, Mohammad Umer 2-58) vs Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Whites

Scores in Brief –Pool B:

Balochistan U19 Blues 182 all out, 54.3 overs (Basit Ali 43, Mohammad Waheed 28 not out; Aamir Hasan 3-36, Affan Ishaq 2-15, Abidullah 2-43) Northern U19 Blues 136 for 4, 35 overs (Hussain 70 not out, Shamyl Hussain 29; Sajjad Ali 2-42)

Sindh U19 Blues 273 all out, 72.3 overs (Rizwan Mehmood 146, Talha Ahsan 38; Mohammad Zahid 4-58, Abubakar 2-47) Southern Punjab U19 Blues 29 for 3 15 overs

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Blues 159 all out, 54.5 overs (Chaudhary Shujah 54, Maaz Ahmed Sadaqat 39; Arham Nawab 3-35, Ali Asfand 3-44) Central Punjab U19 Blues 161 for 2, 38 overs (Hasnaat Abbas 67, Usama Zahid 63 not out)

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Lahore, 19 October 2021: Promising left-arm-wrist spinner Faisal Akram took eight wickets in the day (four in each innings) as Southern Punjab Whites U19 gained control of their National U19 Championship (three-day) fixture against Sindh U19 Whites on day-two of the second-round fixture.

In a Pool A fixture being played at the Jinnah Stadium Sialkot, Balochistan U19 Whites were staring at a defeat against Northern U19 Whites at close of play on day-two.

Balochistan U19 Whites finished the day at 95 for five in their second innings with captain and wicketkeeper-batter Haseebullah fighting a lone battle with 30 not out. Usman Khan took three second innings wickets, earlier Northern U19 Whites had gained a 110-run first innings lead by posting 248 in reply to Balochistan U10 Whites first innings 138-run total.

Syed Hashim Ali top-scored for Northern U19 Whites with 83 off 141 balls (12 fours, one six). Suleman Asif scored 57 runs. Abu Huraira took four wickets.

In another Pool A fixture being staged at the Lahore Country Club Muridke, Sindh U19 Whites finished day-two at 200 for eight in their second innings after they were asked to follow-on. Sindh U19 Whites were dismissed for a paltry 149 in their first innings with Wahaj Riaz top-scoring with 49. Left-arm-wrist-spinner Faisal Akram took four wickets for 43 while Awais Abbas and Mohammad Aqib took two wickets each.

Faisal took another four-wicket haul in the second innings while Zeeshan Qasim fought hard for Sindh with 74 unbeaten runs off 134 balls (eight fours, one six). Wahaj scored 53 off 50 (nine fours). Southern Punjab U19 Whites who are favourites to win the match tomorrow scored 313 for nine in their first innings.

In the Pool A fixture at the Jinnah Stadium Gujranwala between Central Punjab U19 Whites and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Whites, no play was possible on day-two due to overnight rain and wet outfield. When play stopped on day-one Central Punjab U19 Whites had posted 217 for nine in 72.2 overs.

In a Pool B fixture at Shoaib Akhtar Cricket Stadium Rawalpindi, Northern U19 Blues posted 270 all out in their first innings in reply to Balochistan U19 Blues first innings 182-run total. Mohammad Hussain top-scored with 76 while Mehran Mumtaz contributed 43 (60) with the help of three fours and three sixes. Shamraiz Khan and Sajjad Ali took three wickets each.

Balochistan U19 Blues finished day-two at 66 for four.

In another Pool B fixture being played at the National Cricket Ground Islamabad, Southern Punjab U19 Blues ended the day at 172 for seven in their first innings after 61 overs of play. Sharjeel Hassan top-scored with 65 off 124 balls (eight fours, one six). Moheer Saeed contributed 42, Asif Ali took four for 34 while Talha Ahsan grabbed two for 34. Sindh U19 Blues had posted 273 runs in their first innings.

In another Pool B fixture being played at the Shalimar Cricket Ground Islamabad, Central Punjab U19 Blues gained a 114-run first innings lead against Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U9 Blues. Replying to KP U19 Blues first innings score of 159, Central Punjab U19 Blues posted 273 for seven in 69 overs of batting. Hasnaat Abbas who scored 67 yesterday was the top-scorer, Usama Zahid made 63 while Shahwaiz Irfanullah remained unbeaten on 57 off 77 balls (nine fours). Maaz Ahmed Sadaqat took three wickets for 39 runs.

KP U19 Blues were 10 for one when stumps were drawn for the day.

Scores in Brief –Pool A:

Balochistan U19 Whites 138 all out, 53.2 overs (Mohammad Muddasir 31, Mohammad Nasir 24; Hasnain Sabir 4-28, Shan Khan 2-3, Jahandad Khan 2-41) and 95 for 5, 41.5 overs (Haseebullah 30 not out, Qudratullah 26; Usman Khan 3-48) Northern U19 Whites 248 all out, 74.4 overs (Syed Hashim Mir 83, Suleman Asif 57, Abu Huraira 4-61, Hikmatullah 3-39)

Southern Punjab U19 Whites 313 for 9, 80 overs (Mohammad Shehzad 107, Mohammad Ammar 71; Wahaj Riaz 3-39) Sindh U19 Whites 149 all out, 42.2 overs (Wahaj Riaz 49, Ghazi Ghori 25; Faisal Akram 4-43, Muhammad Aqib 2-10, Awais Abbas 2-22) and 200 for 8, 48 overs (Zeeshan Qasim 74 not out, Wahaj Riaz 53; Faisal Akram 4-84, Muhammad Ismail 2-25)

Central Punjab U19 Whites 217 for 9, 72.2 overs (Usman Nadeem 68, Ali Razzaq 52 not out, Ali Zunair Asif 51; Khalid Shah 3-37, Mohammad Ayaz 2-26, Mohammad Umer 2-58) vs Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Whites

Scores in Brief –Pool B:

Balochistan U19 Blues 182 all out, 54.3 overs (Basit Ali 43, Mohammad Waheed 28 not out; Aamir Hasan 3-36, Affan Ishaq 2-15, Abidullah 2-43) and 66 for 4, 34 overs (Yasir Khan 23, Kabir Raj 18 not out; Abidullah 2-9) Northern U19 Blues 270 all out, 74.4 overs (Mohammad Hussain 76, Mehran Mumtaz 43; Shamraiz Khan 3-53, Sajjad Ali 3-67)

Sindh U19 Blues 273 all out, 72.3 overs (Rizwan Mehmood 146, Talha Ahsan 38; Mohammad Zahid 4-58, Abu Bakar 2-47) Southern Punjab U19 Blues 172 for 7, 61 overs (Sharjeel Hasan 65, Moheer Saeed 42; Asif Ali 4-34, Talha Ahsan 2-34)

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Blues 159 all out, 54.5 overs (Chaudhary Shujah 54, Maaz Ahmed Sadaqat 39; Arham Nawab 3-35, Ali Asfand 3-44) and 10 for one. Central Punjab U19 Blues 273 for 7, 69 overs (Hasnaat Abbas 67, Usama Zahid 63, Shahwaiz Irfanullah 57 not out; Maaz Ahmed Sadaqat 3-29)
 
Lahore, 19 October 2021: Both Northern sides (Whites and Blues) and Southern Punjab U19 Whites recorded victories on the third and final day of the National U19 Championship (three-day) matches played at six Punjab venues. Three matches ended in draws with Southern Punjab U19 Blues narrowly avoiding defeat against Sindh U19 Blues.

In a Pool A fixture being played at the Jinnah Stadium Sialkot, Northern U19 Whites recorded a comfortable 10-wicket win over Balochistan U19 Whites. On the third-day Northern U19 Whites chased down the 23-run target without losing a wicket after Balochistan U19 Whites were rolled over for 129 in their second innings.

Skipper Haseebullah was the only one to offer some resistance as he scored a half-century. Left-arm-pacer Jahandad Khan starred for Northern in the second innings with a five-wicket haul while Usman Khan took three wickets.

In another Pool A fixture being staged at the Lahore Country Club Muridke, Southern Punjab U19 Whites defeated Sindh U19 by eight wickets. Set a paltry 54-run target, Southern Punjab U19 Whites reached the target for the loss of two wickets. The victory was set-up by left-arm-wrist-spinner Faisal Akram who took five wickets in the second innings to follow in his four-wicket first innings haul.

Sindh U19 Whites were bowled out on the third-day for 217 in their second innings. Zeeshan Qasim fought hard with 86 off 184 balls, Wahaj Riaz scored 53 runs. Faisal finished with figures of 5 for 93 in 22.3 overs.

The Pool A fixture at the Jinnah Stadium Gujranwala between Central Punjab U19 Whites and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Whites, ended in a draw. After the entire day’s play was lost on day-two due to rain and a wet outfield, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Whites posted 240 for seven in their first innings with Rahimullah returning undefeated with 84 off 184 balls (nine fours, one six). Sahil Yousuf contributed 46. Mohammad Awais took three wickets

Central Punjab U19 Whites were bowled out for 228 in their first innings.

In a Pool B fixture at Shoaib Akhtar Cricket Stadium Rawalpindi, Northern U19 Blues recorded an eight-wicket victory over Balochistan U19 Blues. Set a 54-run target, Northern U19 Blues completed the task for the loss of two wickets in 13.4 overs.

Earlier on day-three, Balochistan U19 Blues were bowled out for 141 in their second innings with Aurangzaib top-scoring with 39. Abidullah took three while Aamir Hasan and Mehran Mumtaz took two wickets each.

The Pool B fixture at the National Cricket Ground Islamabad between Sindh U19 Blues and Southern Punjab U19 Blues, ended in a dramatic draw. Southern Punjab Blues U19 who were set a 218-run target crashed to 77 for nine in 34.1 overs. The last pair of Mohammad Abu Bakar and Huzaifa Shafiq played out 17 balls without adding a run to ensure a draw for their side. Aaliyan Mehmood and Khawaja Mohammad Hafeez had taken three wickets each to trigger the Southern Punjab U19 batting debacle.

Earlier in the day, Sindh U19 Blues had posted 152 for eight in 42.2 overs in their second innings before asking Southern Punjab U19 Blues to bat again. Muhammad Zahid took five Sindh second innings wickets while Zarrar Shakeel took three.

The Pool B fixture at the Shalimar Cricket Ground Islamabad between Central Punjab U19 Blues and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Blues, ended in a draw. After conceding a 114-run first innings lead, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Blues posted 212 for six in 91 overs of batting before the match was declared a draw on the third and final day. Najab Khan top-scored with KP U19 Blues with an unbeaten 63 off 174 balls (nine fours). Ahmad Khan scored 44, Awais Ali took three wickets for Central Punjab U19 Blues.

Scores in Brief –Pool A:

Northern U19 Whites beat Balochistan U19 Whites by 10 wickets: Balochistan U19 Whites 138 all out, 53.2 overs (Mohammad Muddasir 31, Mohammad Nasir 24; Hasnain Sabir 4-28, Shan Khan 2-3, Jahandad Khan 2-41) and 129 all out, 54.1 overs (Haseebullah 55, Qudratullah 26; Jahandad Khan 5-26, Usman Khan 3-67. Northern U19 Whites 248 all out, 74.4 overs (Syed Hashim Mir 83, Suleman Asif 57, Abu Huraira 4-61, Hikmatullah 3-39) and 23 for no loss 3.4 overs

Southern Punjab U19 Whites beat Sindh U19 Whites by 8 wickets: Southern Punjab U19 Whites 313 for 9, 80 overs (Mohammad Shehzad 107, Mohammad Ammar 71; Wahaj Riaz 3-39) and 54 for 2, 20.1 overs. Sindh U19 Whites 149 all out, 42.2 overs (Wahaj Riaz 49, Ghazi Ghori 25; Faisal Akram 4-43, Muhammad Aqib 2-10, Awais Abbas 2-22) and 217 all out, 59.3 overs (Zeeshan Qasim 86, Wahaj Riaz 53; Faisal Akram 5-93, Muhammad Ismail 2-25)

Match drawn: Central Punjab U19 Whites 217 for 9, 72.2 overs (Usman Nadeem 68, Ali Razzaq 52 not out, Ali Zunair Asif 51; Khalid Shah 3-37, Mohammad Ayaz 2-26, Mohammad Umer 2-58). Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Whites 240 for 7, 80 overs (Rahimullah 84 not out, Sahal Yousuf 46; Muhammad Awais 3-35, Hunain Shah 2-47)

Scores in Brief –Pool B:

Northern U19 Blues beat Balochistan U19 Blues by 8 wickets: Balochistan U19 Blues 182 all out, 54.3 overs (Basit Ali 43, Mohammad Waheed 28 not out; Aamir Hasan 3-36, Affan Ishaq 2-15, Abidullah 2-43) and 141 all out, 58.1 overs (Aurangzaib 39, Yasir Khan 23; Abidullah 3-26, Aamir Hasan 2-26). Northern U19 Blues 270 all out, 74.4 overs (Mohammad Hussain 76, Mehran Mumtaz 43; Shamraiz Khan 3-53, Sajjad Ali 3-67) and 56 for 2, 13.4 overs.

Match Drawn: Sindh U19 Blues 273 all out, 72.3 overs (Rizwan Mehmood 146, Talha Ahsan 38; Mohammad Zahid 4-58, Abu Bakar 2-47) and 152 for 8, 42.2 overs (Abdullah Fazal 34, Talha Ahsan 32; Muhammad Zahid 5-45, Zarrar Shakeel 3-28). Southern Punjab U19 Blues 172 for 7, 61 overs (Sharjeel Hasan 65, Moheer Saeed 42; Asif Ali 4-34, Talha Ahsan 2-34) and 77 for 9, 37 overs (Moheer Saeed 21, Aaliyan Mehmood 3-12, Khuwaja Mohammad Hafeez 3-23)

Match Drawn: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Blues 159 all out, 54.5 overs (Chaudhary Shujah 54, Maaz Ahmed Sadaqat 39; Arham Nawab 3-35, Ali Asfand 3-44) and 212 for 6, 91 overs (Najab Khan 63 not out, Ahmad Khan 44; Awais Ali 3-26). Central Punjab U19 Blues 273 for 7, 69 overs (Hasnaat Abbas 67, Usama Zahid 63, Shahwaiz Irfanullah 57 not out; Maaz Ahmed Sadaqat 3-29)
 
Lahore, 21 October 2021: Mohammad Shehzad’s 97 led Southern Punjab U19 Whites to a five-wicket win over Sindh U19 Whites in their Pool A match of the second-round of the National U19 Cup today.

In a Pool A match, batting first Sindh U19 Whites were bowled out for 262 in the 50th over with Wahaj Riaz top-scoring with 76 off 98 which included seven fours and one six. Kashif Ali scored 52 off 60 and struck five fours.

Arafat Ahmed Minhas, Awais Abbas, Faisal Akram, Mohammad Aqib Asghar and Mohammad Ismail picked two wickets each.

In reply, opening batter Shehzad top-scored with a 119-ball 97 hitting six fours and one six. Shehzad was equally supported by Husnain Majid (48 off 61, three fours, two sixes) and Mohammad Uzair Mumtaz (42 off 50, three fours) to help Southern Punjab U19 Whites chased down the target with two balls spare.

In the second Pool A match at the Jinnah Stadium Sialkot, Balochistan U19 Whites Haseebullah century went in vain as Northern U19 Whites overcame by three wickets.

Batting first Balochistan U19 Whites were dismissed for 223 in the 47th over on the back of Haseebullah’s 148-ball 116. He struck six fours and two sixes.

For Northern U19 Whites, Usman Khan picked four for 30, while Abdul Basit and Jahandad Khan grabbed two wickets each.

Northern U19 Whites chased down the target in the 49th over for the loss of seven wickets. Sudais Ulfat (41 off 81, three fours), Ali Hasnain Sabir (33 not out, 44 balls, two fours) were significant performers with the bat.

In another Pool A match at Jinnah Stadium Gujranwala, Central Punjab U19 Whites thrashed Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Whites by 64 runs in a low scoring game.

Batting first, Central Punjab U19 Whites were dismissed for 152 in the 40th over. Mohammad Ibtasam Ahmed top-scored with an unbeaten 43 off 59, hitting five fours. Usman Nadeem scored 39 off 76, laced with three fours and one six.

For Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Whites, Mohammad Irfan picked three wickets for 30, while Abbas Ali, Ismail Khan and Mohammad Umer grabbed two wickets each.

In reply, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Whites were dismissed for 88 in the 28th over. Central Punjab’s Hunain Shah and Mohammad Hassan Hameed picked three wickets each.

In a Pool B fixture at Shoaib Akhtar Cricket Stadium Rawalpindi, Northern U19 Blues defeated Balochistan U19 Blues by four wickets.

After opting to bat first, Balochistan were bowled out for 130 in the 34th over despite the opening pair (Obaid Khan 35 off 26) and Yasir Khan (28 off 43) provided a solid 64-run start to the innings.

For Northern U19 Blues, Faraz Khan, Mehran Mumtaz and Zain Ali Sajid picked three wickets each.

In return, Northern U19 Blues chased down the target in the 25th over for the loss of six wickets. Opening batter Haseeb Imran top-scored with a 63-ball 54 which included seven fours and one six.

Balochistan U19 Blues’ Kabir Raj picked two for 36 in seven overs.

In the second Pool B match played at the Shalimar Ground Islamabad, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Blues recorded a four-wicket win over Central Punjab U19 Blues.

After being put into bat, Central Punjab U19 Blues were dismissed for 115 in the 33rd over. Opening batter Shahwaiz Irfanullah top-scored with a 30-ball 25.

For Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Blues, Salahuddin picked three for 17 in seven fours, while he was supported by Zeeshan Ahmed and Maaz Ahmed Sadaqat who shared four wickets between them.

In reply, Ahmad Khan unbeaten 37 off 26 balls, four fours, one six and Najab Khan (37 off 72, five fours) helped his side chased down the target in the 33rd over with four wickets in hand.

Central Punjab U19 Blues’ Awais Ali picked three wickets for 23.

In the third Pool B fixture, Sindh U19 Blues defeated Southern Punjab U19 Blues by 39 runs at the National Cricket Ground Islamabad.

In a match curtailed to 36 overs due to damp wicket, Sindh after being put into bat were bowled out for 176 in the 35th over. Aaliyan Mehmood top-scored with 54 off 86, hitting five fours. Mohammad Umer contributed a quick-fire 39 off 32, laced with three fours.

For Southern Punjab U19 Blues, Zarrar Shakeel picked five wickets for 28, while Moheer Saeed grabbed two for 29.

In reply, three wickets apiece from Rizwan Mehmood and Khuwaja Mohammad Hafeez dismissed Southern Punjab U19 Whites for 137 in the 31st over.

Scores in Brief –Pool A:

Sindh U19 Whites beat Southern Punjab U19 Whites by five wickets

Sindh U19 Whites 262 all out, 49.4 overs (Wahaj Riaz 76, Kashif Ali 52, Habibullah 39; Arafat Ahmed Minhas 2-39, Faisal Akram 2-40, Mohammad Ismail 2-41, Mohammad Aqib Asghar 2-45, Awais Abbas 2-54)

Southern Punjab U19 Whites 263-5, 49.4 overs (Mohammad Shehzad 97, Husnain Majid 48, Mohammad Uzair Mumtaz 42, Aon Shehzad 39; Kashif Ali 2-53)

Northern U19 Whites beat Balochistan U19 Whites by three wickets

Balochistan U19 Whites 223 all out, 47 overs (Haseebullah 116; Usman Khan 4-30, Abdul Basit 2-44, Jahandad Khan 2-45)

Northern U19 Whites 225-7, 48.3 overs (Sudais Ulfat 41, Ali Hasnain Sabir 33 not out)

Central Punjab U19 Whites beat Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Whites by 64 runs

Central Punjab U19 152 all out, 39.2 overs (Mohammad Ibtasam Ahmed 43 not out, Usman Nadeem 39; Muhammad Irfan 3-30, Abbas Ali 2-21, Ismail Khan 2-29)

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 88 all out, 27.5 overs (Mohammad Hassan Hameed 3-6, Hunain Shah 3-15, Mohammad Awais 2-7)

Scores in Brief –Pool B:

Northern U19 Blues beat Balochistan U19 Blues by four wickets

Balochistan U19 Blues 130 all out, 33.4 overs (Obaid Khan 35, Yasir Khan 28; Faraz Khan 3-9, Zain Ali Sajid 3-20, Mehran Mumtaz 3-25)

Northern U19 Blues 133-6, 24.4 overs (Haseeb Imran 54; Kabir Raj 2-36)

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Blues beat Central Punjab U19 Blues by four wickets

Central Punjab U19 Blues 115 all out, 33 overs (Shahwaiz Irfanullah 25, Zain-ul-Abdin 20; Salahuddin 3-17, Zeeshan Ahmed 2-3, Maaz Ahmed Sadaqat 2-20)

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Blues 118-6, 32.5 overs (Ahmad Khan 37 not out, Najab Khan 37; Awais Ali 3-23)

Sindh U19 Blues beat Southern Punjab Blues U19 by 39 runs

Sindh U19 Blues 176 all out, 34.2 overs (Aaliyan Mehmood 54, Mohammad Umer 39; Zarrar Shakeel 5-28, Moheer Saeed 2-29)

Southern Punjab U19 Blues 137 all out, 30.3 overs (Ali Afzal 30 not out; Rizwan Mehmood 3-5, Khuwaja Mohammad Hafeez 3-22, Mohammad Umer 2-33)
 
The third-round match between Balochistan U19 Whites and Central Punjab U19 Whites of the National U19 Championship has been rescheduled. The three-day match which was earlier scheduled to take place from 24 October at the Jinnah Stadium in Sialkot will now take place from 25 October at the Bohranwala Ground in Faisalabad.
 
Lahore, 25 October 2021: The second day of the third round matches of the National U19 Championship (three-day) concluded today. Balochistan U19 Whites’ Haseebullah and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Blues’ Maaz Sadaqat scored centuries, while Southern Punjab U19 Whites’ Arafat Ahmed Minhas and Sindh U19 Blues’ Asif Ali grabbed five wickets each.

On the first day of the Pool A fixture between Balochistan U19 Whites and Central Punjab U19 at the Sports Stadium in Sargodha, Balochistan were bowled out for 294 in 80 overs. Haseebullah top-scored with 133, hitting 12 fours and two sixes. Duniya Khan scored 65 off 76, hitting three fours and five sixes.

For Central Punjab U19 Whites, Hunain Shah and Muhammad Awais picked three wickets each.

At stumps, Central Punjab were 26 for no loss.

In another Pool A fixture being staged at the Jinnah Stadium Gujranwala, Arafat Ahmed five for 28 helped Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Whites bowled out for 217 in 68th over. Abbas Ali top-scored with 74.

In response, Southern Punjab U19 Whites were bundled out for 138 in the 63rd over with Mohammad Ayaz and Khalid Shah taking four wickets apiece.

With 79-run first innings lead, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa were 31 for two in nine fours when stumps were drawn.

In the third fixture of the Pool A being played at the Lahore Country Club Muridke, Sindh U19 Whites were bowled out for 241 in 67.2 overs against Northern U19 Whites. Habibullah top-scored with 66.

In reply, Northern U19 Whites were dismissed for 127 in the 52nd over with Abdul Rehman taking three wickets. At stumps, Sindh were one for one in their second innings with a lead of 115 runs.

In a Pool B fixture at the Shoaib Akhtar Cricket Stadium Rawalpindi, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Blues declared their first innings on 342 for eight on the back of a superb hundred from Maaz Sadaqat. Maaz top-scored with 113.

In reply, Southern Punjab U19 Blues were 158 for seven in 45 overs when stumps were drawn. Mohammad Danish returned undefeated on 87.

In another Pool B fixture being played at the Shalimar Cricket Ground Islamabad, Balochistan U19 Blues were bowled out for 180 in 62.3 overs. Basit Ali top-scored with 51, while Awais Ali picked four wickets for 23.

At stumps, Central Punjab U19 Blues were 64 for one in 18 overs.

In third Pool B fixture being played at the National Cricket Ground Islamabad, Northern U19 Blues were dismissed for 166 in the 64th over against Sindh U19 Blues. Asif Ali with his left-arm fast picked five for 38.

Scores in Brief –Pool A:

Northern U19 Whites v Sindh U19 Whites – Lahore Country Club, Muridke

Sindh U19 Whites 241 all out, 67.2 overs (Habibullah 66, Ghazi Ghori 40; Jahandad Khan 2-58, Faizan Saleem 2-50, Ali Hunain Sabir 2-40, Abdul Basit 2-21) and 1-1, 2.2 overs

Northern U19 Whites 127 all out, 51.4 overs (Abdul Rehman 3-25, Kashif Ali 2-10)

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Whites v Southern Punjab U19 Whites – Jinnah Stadium, Gujranwala

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Whites 217 all out, 67.5 overs (Abbas Ali 74; Arafat Ahmed Minhas 5-28, Muhammad Ismail 2-43, Faisal Akram 2-54) and 31-2, 9 overs (Mohammad Ismail 2-0)

Southern Punjab U19 Whites 138 all out, 63 overs (Uzair Mumtaz 39, Mohammad Ammar 31; Mohammad Ayaz 4-25, Khalid Shah 4-30)

Balochistan U19 Whites v Central Punjab U19 Whites – Sports Stadium, Sargodha

Balochistan U19 Whites 294 all out, 80 overs (Haseebullah 133, Duniya Khan 65; Hunain Shah 3-39, Muhammad Awais 3-50)

Central Punjab U19 Whites 26-0, 6 overs (Afzal Manzoor 24 not out)

Scores in Brief –Pool B:

Balochistan U19 Blues v Central Punjab U19 Blues – Shalimar Cricket Ground, Islamabad

Balochistan U19 Blues 180 all out, 62.3 overs (Basit Ali 51, Yasir Khan 47; Awais Ali 4-23, Ali Asfand 2-19)

Central Punjab U19 Blues 64-1, 18 overs (Usama Zahid 32 not out)

Northern U19 Blues v Sindh U19 Blues – National Cricket Ground, Islamabad

Northern U19 Blues 166 all out, 63.2 overs (Haseeb Imran 35; Asif Ali 5-38, Khawaja Mohammad Hafeez 3-32)

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Blues v Southern Punjab U19 Blues – Shoaib Akhtar Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Blues 342-8 (decl), 65.2 overs (Maaz Sadaqat 113, Roohullah 62, Chaudhry Shuja 43; Huzaifa Shafiq 3-78)

Southern Punjab U19 Blues 158-7, 45 overs (Mohammad Danish 87 not out; Mohammad Yasin Khan 2-36, Naqeebullah 2-23, Ahmed Khan 2-33)
 
Lahore, 28 October 2021: Shawaiz Irfan's 93 led Central Punjab U19 Blues to an emphatic nine-wicket win over Balochistan U19 Blues in their Pool B match of the third-round of the National U19 Cup today. This was Central Punjab U19 Blues second win in the tournament.

After opting to bat first at the Shalimar Ground in Islamabad, Balochistan U19 Blues were bowled out for 158 in the 43rd overs. Basit Ali top-scored with 39 off 83 balls. Off-spinner Arham Nawab picked three wickets for 26.

In reply, Shahwaiz and Usama Zahid put up a 154-run partnership for the opening wicket. Shahwaiz top-scored with 93 off 88, hitting 15 fours. His opening partner returned undefeated on 60 from 87 balls as Central Punjab U19 Blues chased down the target in the 30th over.

In a Pool A fixture at the Lahore Country Club in Muridke, Sindh U19 Whites defeated Northern U19 Whites by three wickets. Batting first Northern were bowled out for 120 in the 35th over. Sudais Ulfat top-scored with 33.

In reply, Sindh U19 Whites chased down the target for the loss of seven wickets in the 30th over. Kashif Ali top-scored with 38, while Adeel Meo returned undefeated on 36. Faizan Saleem picked four wickets for 41.

In another Pool A match at the Jinnah Stadium in Gujranwala, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Whites thrashed Southern Punjab U19 Whites by 128 runs.

Batting first, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa were dismissed for 218 in the 47th over. Afaq Ahmed top-scored with 48, while captain Abbas Ali contributed 41 runs. Arbaz Ahmed, Faisal Akram and Mohammad Ismail picked three wickets apiece.

In reply, Southern Punjab were perished for 90 in the 39th over. Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Abbas Dawar picked three for 13, while Abbas Ali and Ismail Khan grabbed two wickets each.

In a Pool B match at the Shoaib Akhtar Cricket Stadium in Rawalpindi, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Blues beat Southern Punjab U19 Blues by three wickets in a low-scoring game. Southern Punjab batting first were dismissed for 114 in the 37th over. Moheer Saeed top-scored with 44, while Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Ayub Khan, Ahmed Khan, Mohammad Yasin Khan and Salahuddin picked two wickets each.

In reply, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Blues achieved the target in the 22nd over for the loss of seven wickets. Umar Khan coming to bat at number seven top-scored with 38 off 24 balls, laced with six fours and one six.

In another Pool B match being played at the National Ground in Islamabad, half-centuries from Huzaifa Munir and Abdullah Fazal guided Sindh U19 Blues to a six-wicket win over Northern U19 Blues.

Batting first, Northern were bowled out for 157 in the 48th over. Khawaja Mohammad Hafeez picked four wickets for 21, while Talha Ahsan grabbed three for 30.

In reply, Sindh chased down the target for the loss of four wickets in the 30th over. Huzaifa scored 54, while Abdullah chipped in with 53.

The third fixture of the Pool A between Balochistan U19 Whites and Central Punjab U19 Whites will be staged tomorrow at the Sports Stadium in Sargodha.

Scores in Brief –Pool A:

Sindh U19 Whites beat Northern U19 Whites by three wickets at Lahore Country Club, Muridke

Northern U19 Whites 120 all out, 34.3 overs (Sudais Ulfat 33; Kashif Ali 3-9, Abdul Rahman 2-21, Ali Shinwari 2-19)

Sindh Whites 124-7, 30 overs (Kashif Ali 38, Adeel Meo 36 not out; Faizan Saleem 4-41, Jahandad Khan 2-35)

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Whites beat Southern Punjab U19 Whites by 128 runs at Jinnah Stadium, Gujranwala

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Whites 218 all out, 46.4 overs (Afaq Ahmed 48, Abbas Ali 41; Mohammad Ismail 3-39, Arbaz Ahmed 3-27, Faisal Akram 3-49)

Southern Punjab U19 Whites 90 all out, 38.4 overs (Abbas Dawar 3-13, Abbas Ali 2-17, Ismail Khan 2-18)

Scores in Brief –Pool B:

Central Punjab U19 Blues beat Balochistan U19 Blues by nine wickets at Shalimar Ground, Islamabad

Balochistan U19 Blues 158 all out, 42.4 overs (Basit Ali 39, Abu Bakar 33; Arham Nawab 3-26, Mohammad Hasnat Abbas 2-28, Usama Zahid 2-43)

Central Punjab U19 Blues 162-1, 29.2 overs (Shahwaiz Irfan 93, Usama Zahid 60 not out)

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Blues beat Southern Punjab U19 Blues by three wickets at Shoaib Akhtar Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi

Southern Punjab U19 Blues 114 all out, 36.2 overs (Moheer Saeed 44; Ayub Khan 2-15, Ahmed Khan 2-16, Mohammad Yasin Khan 2-24, Salahuddin 2-11)

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Blues 117-7, 22 overs (Umair Khan 38 not out; Zarrar Shakeel 2-21)

Sindh U19 Blues beat Northern U19 Blues by six wickets at National Ground, Islamabad

Northern U19 Blues 157 all out, 47.5 overs (Hussain 42; Khawaja Mohammad Hafeez 4-21, Talha Ahsan 3-30, Mohammad Umer 2-17)

Sindh U19 Blues 158-4, 29.5 overs (Huzaifa Munir 54, Abdullah Fazal 53; Zain Ali Sajid 2-34)
 
Azan Awais scores century; Aaliyan, Kashif, Khalid shine with the ball

Central Punjab U19 Whites Azan Awais’ century and four wickets from Malik Abdul Rafay led his side to 119 runs win over Northern U19 Whites in the fourth round match of the National U19 Cup here at the Sports Stadium, Sargodha.

After being put into bat Central Punjab U19 Whites scored 329 for five in 50 overs. Opening batter Azan struck 136 off 159, hitting 10 fours and three sixes. Ali Razzaq contributed 56 off 67 before getting retired hurt.

For Northern U19 Whites, Shan Khan picked two for 26.

In reply, Northern U19 Whites were bowled out f0r 210 in the 46th over. Jahandad Khan top-scored with a quick-fire 62 off 54. Central Punjab’s Malik Abdul Rafay with his off-spin picked four for 31 in 10 overs. Hasan Ali, Mohammad Awais and Muneeb Wasif took two wickets apiece.

Kashif Ali takes six wickets as Southern Punjab U19 Blues thrashed Balochistan U19 Blues by 133 runs in a Pool B fixture at National Ground, Islamabad. After opting to bat, Southern Punjab U19 Blues were bowled out for 201 in the 48th over. Mohammad Danish scored unbeaten 50 off 56.

Balochistan’s Aurangzeb picked three for 33, while Kabir Raj and Sajjad Ali grabbed two wickets each.

In return, Southern Punjab’s Kashif with his right-arm fast picked six for 21 as Balochistan were bowled out for 68 in the 22nd over. Ali Afzal took two wickets for 23.

In a Pool A fixture being staged at the Lahore Country Club, Muridke, Khalid Shah’s five wickets led Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Whites to a 70-run win over Sindh U19 Whites.

Opting to bat first, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Whites managed to score 214 for nine in 50 overs. Opening batter Mohammad Farooq top-scored with 49, hitting five fours. Abbas Ali contributed 44 off 59 balls, laced with four fours.

For Sindh U19 Whites, Adeel Meo, Afnan Khan and Ali Shinwari picked two wickets each.

Sindh U19 Whites chasing 220 to win were bowled out for 144 in the 42nd over. Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s right-arm fast Khalid took five for 21 in nine overs. Raheemullah with his off-spin took two for two.

In another Pool A match being staged at the Jinnah Stadium Gujranwala, Southern Punjab U19 Whites defeated Balochistan U19 Whites by nine wickets.

After being put into bat, Balochistan U19 Whites were dismissed for 89 in the 29th over. Arbaz Khan was the only batter managed to get into double figures and scored 36 off 26 balls.

For Southern Punjab U19 Whites, left-arm spinner Faisal Akram grabbed four wickets for 26, while Aqib Asghar picked three for 26.

Southern Punjab U19 Whites chased down the target for the loss of one wicket in 8.5 overs. Mohammad Shehzad struck unbeaten 52 off 34, hitting 10 fours and one six. He added unbeaten 88 runs for the second wicket with Arfat Minhas (31 off 14, six fours).

In a Pool B fixture being played at Shalimar Ground, Islamabad, Sindh U19 Blues defeated Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Blues by 81 runs in a low-scoring game.

Batting first, Sindh U19 Blues were bowled out for 173 in the 41st over. Abdullah Fazal top-scored with a 69-ball 59, hitting six fours. Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Abubakar Khan took three for 30, while Ahmad Khan, Maaz Sadaqat and Salahuddin picked two wickets apiece.

In return, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Blues were bundled out for 92 in the 28th over. Off-spinner Aaliyan Mehmood took five for 27 in 10 overs, while Khawaja Mohammad Hafeez grabbed four for eight.

In the third Pool B fixture being staged at the Shoaib Akhtar Cricket Stadium in Rawalpindi, Central Punjab U19 Blues overcame Northern U19 Blues by nine runs.

Batting first Central Punjab U19 Blues scored 190 for nine in 50 overs. Ibrar Afzaal top-scored with 44 off 86, hitting five fours.

For Northern U19 Blues, Mehran Mumtaz and Mohammad Faizan Ghani picked three wickets apiece, while Mohammad Awais bagged two for 47.

Chasing 191 to win, Northern U19 Blues fell short of nine runs and were dismissed for 181 in the 50th over. Mohammad Aftab scored 51 off 78, hitting four fours and two sixes.

Right-arm fast Mohammad Zeeshan picked three wickets for 35, while Ali Asfand and Awais Ali grabbed two wickets apiece.

Scores in Brief –Pool A:

Central Punjab U19 Whites beat Northern U19 Whites by 119 runs at Sports Stadium, Sargodha

Central Punjab U19 Whites 329-5, 50 overs (Azan Awais 136, Ali Razzaq 56; Shan Khan 2-26)

Northern U19 Whites 210 all out, 45.3 overs (Jahandad Khan 62 not out; Malik Abdul Rafay 4-31, Hasan Ali 2-27, Mohammad Awais 2-36, Muneeb Wasif 2-38)

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Whites beat Sindh U19 Whites by 70 runs at Lahore Country Club, Muridke

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Whites 214-9, 50 overs (Mohammad Farooq 49, Abbas Ali 44; Ali Shinwari 2-27, Afnan Khan 2-35, Adeel Meo 2-46)

Sindh U19 Whites 144 all out, 41.3 overs (Ali Shinwari 36, Adeel Meo 26; Khalid Shah 5-21, Raheemullah 2-2)

Southern Punjab U19 Whites beat Balochistan U19 Whites by nine wickets at Jinnah Stadium Gujranwala

Balochistan U19 Whites 89 all out, 28.3 overs (Arbaz Khan 36; Faisal Akram 4-26, Aqib Asghar 3-26, Mohammad Ismail 2-19)

Southern Punjab U19 Whites 91-1, 8.5 overs (Mohammad Shehzad 52 not out, Arfat Minhas 31 not out)

Scores in Brief –Pool B:

Southern Punjab U19 Blues beat Balochistan U19 Blues by 133 runs at National Ground, Islamabad

Southern Punjab U19 Blues 201 all out, 48 overs (Mohammad Danish 50 not out, Sharjeel Hasan 41, Hamza Nawaz 33; Aurangzeb 3-33, Sajjad Ali 2-33, Kabir Raj 2-47)

Balochistan U19 Blues 68 all out, 21.4 overs (Kashif Fareed 6-21, Ali Afzal 2-23)

Central Punjab U19 Blues beat Northern U19 Blues by nine runs at Shoaib Akhtar Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi

Central Punjab U19 Blues 190-9, 50 overs (Ibrar Afzaal 44; Mehran Mumtaz 3-19, Mohammad Faizan Ghani 3-37, Mohammad Awais 2-47)

Northern U19 Blues 181 all out, 49.4 overs (Mohammad Aftab 51; Mohammad Zeeshan 3-35, Awais Ali 2-39, Ali Asfand 2-22)

Sindh U19 Blues beat Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Blues by 81 runs at Shalimar Ground, Islamabad

Sindh U19 Blues 173 all out, 40.3 overs (Abdullah Fazal 59; Abubakar Khan 3-30, Maaz Sadaqat 2-19, Salaluddin 2-29, Ahmad Khan 2-31)

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Blues 92 all out, 27.3 overs (Aaliyan Mehmood 5-27, Khawaja Mohammad Hafeez 4-8)

Via : https://www.pcb.com.pk/news-detail/...aliyan-kashif-khalid-shine-with-the-ball.html
 
Lahore, 8 November 2021: The batters dominated day two proceedings of the fifth-round matches of the National U19 Championship as four batters scored centuries on Monday.

In a Pool A fixture being staged at the Jinnah Stadium in Gujranwala, Central Punjab U19 Whites managed to score 332 for seven in 80 overs with opening batter Azan Awais top-scoring with 100 off 197 balls. Usman Nadeem scored 51, while Ali Razzaq returned undefeated on 46.

For Southern Punjab U19 Whites, Arafat Ahmed and Faisal Akram picked two wickets each.

At stumps, Southern Punjab U19 Whites in their second innings were 79 for no loss in 24 overs. Arafat returned undefeated on 44, while Aon Shahzad remained unbeaten on 32.

In another Pool A fixture being played at the Lahore Country Club, Muridke, Northern U19 Whites resuming their first innings on two for two were bowled out for 71 in 36.1 overs against Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Whites first innings score of 276.

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Mohammad Irfan took three for 14, while Abbas Ali and Danyal Bhatti bagged two wickets apiece.

In reply, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Whites declared their second innings on 204 for four in 43.5 overs. Opening batter Mohammad Farooq top-scored with 98, while his opening partner scored 63.

Chasing 410 to win, Northern U19 Whites were four for no loss in three overs when stumps were drawn.

In the third Pool A fixture being staged at the Sports Stadium in Sargodha, Balochistan U19 Whites were dismissed for 166 despite Haseebullah top-scoring with a 107-ball 106 against Sindh U19 Whites. For Sindh U19 Whites, Kashif Ali, Ali Shinwari, Abdul Rehman and Mohammad Fahad picked two wickets apiece.

At stumps, Sindh U19 Whites declared their second innings on 140 for four. Wahaj Riaz top-scored with 51.

In a Pool B fixture, Sindh U19 Blues resuming their first innings on 175 for eight in 50 overs were dismissed for 193 in the 55th over. For Balochistan U19 Blues Sajjad Ali picked four for 49, while Kabir Raj bagged three for 61.

In return, Balochistan U19 Blues were bowled out for 118 in the 54th over. Shamraiz Khan top-scored with 32. For Sindh U19 Blues, leg-spinner Rizwan Mehmood picked three for 19, while Khawaja Mohammad Hafeez and Mohammad Umar picked two wickets each.

At stumps, Sindh U19 Blues were 113 for five in 27 overs, leading by 188 runs. Ali Ishaq top-scored with 46, while Rizwan scored 34.

In another Pool B fixture being played at the Shoaib Akhtar Stadium Rawalpindi, Central Punjab U19 Blues declared their first innings on 381 for seven in 78 overs in reply to Southern Punjab U19 Blues 198. Central Punjab’s Ibrar Afzaal Khan scored 103 off 134, hitting 21 fours. Mohammad Hasnaat Abbas scored 132-ball 93, while Saad Wasim contributed 72 off 63 balls.

For Southern Punjab U19 Blues, Mohammad Danish grabbed three for 57, while Ali Afzal bagged two wickets for 68.

At stumps, Southern Punjab U19 Blues were 83 for four in 31 overs.

In the third Pool B fixture, Abu Bakar Khan’s unbeaten 151 led Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Blues to 312 for eight in 80 overs in response to Northern U19 Blues’ first innings score of 249. Abu Bakar struck 16 fours and two sixes in 249 balls faced.

For Northern U19 Blues, Affan Ishaq picked three for 59, while Zain Ali Sajid bagged two wickets for 51.

At stumps, Northern U19 Blues were 90 for one in 26 overs. Opening batter Haseeb Imran top-scored with a 52-ball 50, while his partner Shamyl Hussain returned undefeated on 31.

Scores in Brief –Pool A:

Central Punjab U19 Whites v Southern Punjab U19 Whites – Jinnah Stadium, Gujranwala

Southern Punjab U19 Whites 331-1 (decl), 75 overs (Mohammad Shehzad 208 not out, Arafat Ahmed 108 not out) and 79-0, 29 overs (Arafat Ahmed 44 not out, Aon Shahzad 32 not out)

Central Punjab U19 Whites 332-7, 80 overs (Azan Awais 100, Usman Nadeem 51, Ali Razzaq 46 not out; Faisal Akram 2-56, Arafat Ahmed 2-62)

Balochistan U19 Whites v Sindh U19 Whites – Sports Stadium, Sargodha

Sindh U19 Whites 389 all out, 77.5 overs (Kashif Ali 166, Habibullah 97; Hikmatullah 3-87) and 140-4 (decl), 30 overs (Wahaj Riaz 51; Mohammad Arif 2-14)

Balochistan U19 Whites 166 all out, 63.5 overs (Haseebullah 106; Kashif Ali 2-13, Abdul Rehman 2-24, Mohammad Fahad 2-29, Ali Shinwari 2-43)

Northern U19 Whites v Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Whites – Lahore Country Club, Muridke

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Whites 276 all out, 77.1 overs (Sherdil Khan 124, Ismail Khan 57; Jahandad Khan 3-67, Syed Ali Zain Rizvi 2-16, Suleman Asif 2-42, Usman Khan 2-53) and 204-4 (decl), 43.5 overs (Mohammad Farooq 98, Afaq Khan 63)

Northern U19 Whites 71 all out, 36.1 overs (Abdul Jabbar 26; Mohammad Irfan 3-14, Abbas Ali 2-7, Danyal Bhatti 2-16) and 4-0, 3 overs

Scores in Brief – Pool B

Central Punjab U19 Blues v Southern Punjab U19 Blues – Shoaib Akhtar Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi

Southern Punjab U19 Blues 198 all out, 79.5 overs (Mohammad Danish 44, Ali Afzal 30; Ali Asfand 2-15, Awais Ali 2-15, Mohammad Zeeshan 2-47, Arham Nawab 2-57) and 83-4, 31 overs (Sharjeel Hasan 35)

Central Punjab U19 Blues 381-7 decl, 78 overs (Ibrar Afzaal Khan 103, Mohammad Hasnaat Abbas 93, Saad Wasim 72; Mohammad Danish 3-57, Ali Afzal 2-68)

Balochistan U19 Blues v Sindh U19 Blues – National Ground, Islamabad

Sindh U19 Blues 193 all out, 54.5 overs (Mohammad Meesam 66; Sajjad Ali 4-49, Kabir Raj 3-61, Junaid Ahmed 2-30) and 113-5, 27 overs (Ali Ishaq 46, Rizwan Mehmood 34; Wajid Ali 2-17)

Balochistan U19 Blues 118 all out, 53.3 overs (Shamraiz Khan 32, Basit Ali 29; Rizwan Mehmood 3-19, Mohammad Umar 2-1, Khawaja Mohammad Hafeez 2-22)

Northern U19 Blues v Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Blues – Shalimar Ground, Islamabad

Northern U19 Blues 249 all out, 77.2 overs (Mohammad Hussain 76, Haseeb Khan 61; Shahid Khan 4-28, Ahmad Khan 2-24, Najab Khan 2-57) and 90-1, 26 overs (Haseeb Khan 50, Shamyl Hussain 31 not out)

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Blues 312-8, 80 overs (Abu Bakar Khan 151 not out, Haseeb Khan 59; Affan Ishaq 3-59, Zain Ali Sajid 2-51)
 
Mohammed Shazad going ballistic. Is that the same Shazad that was accused of being a parchi but Mudassar Nazar rating so highly. Surely not.
 
Not mudassar but ijaz ahmed and that guy bowled medium.pace too with being an opener
 
Asif six-fer guides Sindh U19 Blues to win

Asif Ali’s six-wicket haul leads Sindh U19 Blues to a 75-run win over Balochistan U19 Blues in fifth round match of the National U19 Championship at the National Ground in Islamabad. Resuming their second innings on 113 for five, Sindh U19 Whites declared their innings on 184 for nine in 39.3 overs. Balochistan’s Wajid Ali picked four wickets for 31, while Kabir Raj grabbed three wickets for 50.

Chasing 260 to win, Balochistan U19 Blues were dismissed for 184 in the 57th over. Obaid Khan top-scored with 62 off 105, hitting 11 fours. Left-arm fast Asif picked six for 34 in 11 overs.

In a Pool A fixture, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Whites beat Northern U19 Whites by 270 runs in their fifth round match of the National U19 Championship at the Lahore Country Club in Muridke.

Resuming their second innings on four for no loss, Northern U19 Whites were bowled out for 139 in the 48th over. Ali Husnain Sabir top-scored with an unbeaten 47. Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s left-arm spinner took four wickets for 34 and ended-up with seven wickets in the match.

In another Pool A fixture being staged at the Jinnah Stadium in Gujranwala, Central Punjab U19 Whites played out a drawn game against Southern Punjab U19 Whites. Resuming their second innings on 79 for no loss, Southern Punjab declared their innings on 274 for one in 68 overs. Opening batters Aun Shehzad and Arafat Ahmed hit centuries. Aun returned unbeaten on 116, while Arafat scored 103. The pair added 190 runs for the first-wicket. Mohammad Shehzad returned undefeated on 50 off 49 balls.

Chasing 274 to win, Central Punjab U19 Whites managed to score 129 for four in 34 overs when stumps were drawn. Southern Punjab’s Faisal Akram picked three wickets for 32.

In the third Pool A fixture being staged at the Sports Stadium in Sargodha, Sindh U19 Whites beat Balochistan U19 Whites by 152 runs. Chasing 364 to win, Balochistan U19 Whites were bowled out for 211 in the 93rd over. Mohammad Nasir top-scored with 60, while Rizwan Ahmed returned undefeated on 57.

For Sindh U19 Whites, Abdul Rehman and Adeel Meo picked three wickets each.

In aPool B fixture being played at the Shoaib Akhtar Stadium Rawalpindi, Central Punjab U19 Blues beat Southern Punjab U19 Blues by 10 wickets. Southern Punjab U19 Blues resuming their second innings on 83 for four were bowled out for 196 in the 74th over. Mohammad Danish top-scored with 50.

Chasing 14 runs to win, Central Punjab U19 Blues achieved the target in the fourth over without losing any wicket.

In the third Pool B fixture, Northern U19 Blues’ Aseer Mughal hit unbeaten 107 in a drawn game against Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Blues. Resuming their second innings on 90 for one, Northern U19 Blues declared their innings on 352 for six in 88.4 overs. Aseer’s innings included 18 fours off 189 balls faced. Shamyl Hussain scored 57.

In reply, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in their second innings were 166 for four in 34.2 overs when stumps were drawn. Opening batter Chaudhry Shuja top-scored with a 108-ball 84. Northern’s Mehran Mumtaz picked three for 73.

Scores in Brief –Pool A:

Match drawn between Central Punjab U19 Whites v Southern Punjab U19 Whites at Jinnah Stadium, Gujranwala

Southern Punjab U19 Whites 331-1 (decl), 75 overs (Mohammad Shehzad 208 not out, Arafat Ahmed 108 not out) and 274-1 (decl), 68 overs (Arafat Ahmed 103, Aun Shahzad 116 not out, Mohammad Shehzad 50 not out)

Central Punjab U19 Whites 332-7, 80 overs (Azan Awais 100, Usman Nadeem 51, Ali Razzaq 46 not out; Faisal Akram 2-56, Arafat Ahmed 2-62) and 129-4, 34 overs (Hassan Hameed 39; Faisal Akram 3-32)

Sindh U19 Whites beat Balochistan U19 Whites by 152 runs at Sports Stadium, Sargodha

Sindh U19 Whites 389 all out, 77.5 overs (Kashif Ali 166, Habibullah 97; Hikmatullah 3-87) and 140-4 (decl), 30 overs (Wahaj Riaz 51; Mohammad Arif 2-14)

Balochistan U19 Whites 166 all out, 63.5 overs (Haseebullah 106; Kashif Ali 2-13, Abdul Rehman 2-24, Mohammad Fahad 2-29, Ali Shinwari 2-43) and 211 all out, 92.3 overs (Mohammad Nasir 60, Rizwan Ahmed 57 not out, Mohammad Arif 42; Adeel Meo 3-33, Abdul Rehman 3-42, Fahad Amin 2-22)

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Whites beat Northern U19 Whites by 270 runs at Lahore Country Club, Muridke

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Whites 276 all out, 77.1 overs (Sherdil Khan 124, Ismail Khan 57; Jahandad Khan 3-67, Syed Ali Zain Rizvi 2-16, Suleman Asif 2-42, Usman Khan 2-53) and 204-4 (decl), 43.5 overs (Mohammad Farooq 98, Afaq Khan 63)

Northern U19 Whites 71 all out, 36.1 overs (Abdul Jabbar 26; Mohammad Irfan 3-14, Abbas Ali 2-7, Danyal Bhatti 2-16) and 139 all out, 47.5 overs (Ali Husnain 47 not out; Mohammad Irfan 4-34, Ismail Khan 3-35, Abbas Ali 2-30)

Scores in Brief – Pool B:

Central Punjab U19 Blues beat Southern Punjab U19 Blues by 10 wickets at Shoaib Akhtar Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi

Southern Punjab U19 Blues 198 all out, 79.5 overs (Mohammad Danish 44, Ali Afzal 30; Ali Asfand 2-15, Awais Ali 2-15, Mohammad Zeeshan 2-47, Arham Nawab 2-57) and 196 all out, 73.5 overs (Mohammad Danish 50, Sharjeel Hasan 35, Ali Afzal 33; Arham Nawab 4-46, Mohammad Zeeshan 2-31, Ali Asfand 2-41, Awais Ali 2-74)

Central Punjab U19 Blues 381-7 decl, 78 overs (Ibrar Afzaal Khan 103, Mohammad Hasnaat Abbas 93, Saad Wasim 72; Mohammad Danish 3-57, Ali Afzal 2-68) and 16-0, 3.2 overs

Sindh U19 Blues beat Balochistan U19 Blues by 75 runs at National Ground, Islamabad

Sindh U19 Blues 193 all out, 54.5 overs (Mohammad Meesam 66; Sajjad Ali 4-49, Kabir Raj 3-61, Junaid Ahmed 2-30) and 184-9 (decl), 39.3 overs (Ali Ishaq 46, Rizwan Mehmood 34, Mohammad Abdullah 33; Wajid Ali 4-31, Kabir Raj 3-50)

Balochistan U19 Blues 118 all out, 53.3 overs (Shamraiz Khan 32, Basit Ali 29; Rizwan Mehmood 3-19, Mohammad Umar 2-1, Khawaja Mohammad Hafeez 2-22) and 184 all out, 56.5 overs (Obaid Khan 62, Shamraiz Khan 39; Asif Ali 6-34)

Match drawn between Northern U19 Blues v Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Blues at Shalimar Ground, Islamabad

Northern U19 Blues 249 all out, 77.2 overs (Mohammad Hussain 76, Haseeb Khan 61; Shahid Khan 4-28, Ahmad Khan 2-24, Najab Khan 2-57) and 352-6 (decl), 88.4 overs (Aseer Mughal 107 not out, Affan Ishaq 68, Shamyl Hussain 57, Haseeb Khan 50)

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Blues 312-8, 80 overs (Abu Bakar Khan 151 not out, Haseeb Khan 59; Affan Ishaq 3-59, Zain Ali Sajid 2-51) and 166-4, 34.2 overs (Chaudry Shuja 84, Haseeb Khan 35; Mehran Mumtaz 3-73)

Via : https://www.pcb.com.pk/news-detail/asif-six-fer-guides-sindh-u19-blues-to-win.html
 
Rawalpindi, 13 November 2021: It will be all Khyber Pakhtunkhwa when the National U19 Cup final takes place between Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Blues and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Whites at the Pindi Cricket Stadium in Rawalpindi on Sunday. Both teams topped their Pools in the 12-team tournament.

The winning team will receive PKR1million while the runner-up will bag PKR500,000.

The players will have the incentive to bring out their best performances as the tournament’s top performers – best player, best batter, best bowler and best wicketkeeper – will receive PKR50,000 each. The player of the final will be awarded PKR20,000.

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Whites topped Pool A with four wins from five outings in the tournament. Central Punjab U19 Whites also finished with eight points in the group, but on better net run-rate Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Whites qualified for the final. In Pool B, three teams Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Blues, Sindh U19 Blues and Central Punjab U19 Blues finished with eight points each from five matches, but again on better net run-rate, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Blues qualified for the final.

Players to watch out for in the final:

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Whites - Afaq Khan:

The 18-year old Afaq has featured in five matches scoring 273 at 54.60. The left-handed batter has scored one century and one half-century in the tournament and currently is second on the list behind Central Punjab U19 Whites’ batter Azan Awais who has scored 313 runs from five matches.

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Blues - Maaz Sadaqat:

Maaz is a good all-round player available to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Blues. The 17-year old left-handed batter has scored 245 runs from five matches at 49, with one century and one half-century. He with his left-arm spin has taken eight wickets from five matches at 8. His best figures in the match was four for 25.

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Blues – Salahuddin:

In the bowling charts, Salahuddin with his left-arm spin is second on the chart. In five matches, he has taken 12 wickets with four for 15 his best figures in the match.

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Whites – Khalid Shah:

Khalid Shah has 12 scalps to his name from five matches in the tournament. The right-arm fast bowler has taken one five-wicket haul, with five for 21 his best figures in the match.
 
How strong is KP cricket at the moment?
 
Rawalpindi, 14 November 2021: Maaz Sadaqat scored 63 off 81 as Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Blues beat Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Whites by 43 runs in the final of the National U19 Cup at the Pindi Cricket Stadium in Rawalpindi on Sunday.

After opting to bat, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Blues scored 231 for nine in 50 overs.

The only half centurion of the match Maaz innings included one four and two sixes. He was well supported by Abu Bakar Khan (45, 80b, four fours) and captain Ahmed Khan (39, 28b, three fours, two sixes).

For Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Whites, Khalid Shah and Mohammad Umar picked two wickets apiece.

In their run-chase, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Whites were bowled out for 188 in the 44th over. Rahimullah top-scored with a 65-ball 38, hitting two fours and a six.

For Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Blues, Salahuddin took three for 34, while Naqeebullah bagged two for 27.

Maaz was declared the player-of the-match and also player-of-the-tournament for his all-round performance. He scored 308 runs and took eight wickets in the tournament.

Central Punjab U19 Whites’ Azan Awais remained the top run-getter of the tournament with 313 from five matches. He was awarded the best batter of the tournament. Khawaja Mohammad Hafeez representing Sindh U19 Blues was declared the best bowler of the tournament taking 16 wickets from five matches.

Zubair Shinwari from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Whites was awarded with the best wicket-keeper of the tournament. Zubair had 11 scalps to his name from six matches, taking nine catches and two stumpings.

Scores in brief:

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Blues beat Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Whites by 43 runs

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Blues 231-9, 50 overs (Maaz Sadaqat 63, Abu Bakar Khan 45; Khalid Shah 2-44, Mohammad Umer 2-48)

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Whites 188 all out, 43.5 overs (Rahimullah 38; Salahuddin 3-34, Naqeebullah 2-27)

Player of the match – Maaz Sadaqat (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Blues)

Player of the tournament – Maaz Sadaqat (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 Blues) 308 runs and eight wickets
 
Rawalpindi, 17 November 2021: Three wickets apiece from Arham Nawab and Mohammad Zeeshan helped Central Punjab U19 Blues bowled out Southern Punjab U19 Whites for 255 in reply to 337 on day two of the final of the National U19 Championship being staged at the Pindi Cricket Stadium in Rawalpindi.

At stumps, Central Punjab U19 Blues were 41 for three in their second innings leading by 82 runs.

Earlier, resuming their first innings on the overnight score of 35 for no loss, Central Punjab openers Aun Shehzad and Arafat Ahmed provided a solid 58-run partnership for the first wicket. After the departure of Arafat (21, 45b, three fours), Aun was joined by right-handed batter Mohammad Shehzad. The pair knitted 122 runs for the second wicket.

Aun scored 78 off 153, hitting nine fours and one six, while Shehzad contributed 94-ball 85, laced with 15 fours and one six.

For Central Punjab, off-spinner Arham and right-arm fast Zeeshan picked three wickets each for 42 and 52 runs, respectively.

Scores in brief:

Central Punjab U19 Blues v Southern Punjab U19 Whites – Pindi Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi

Central Punjab U19 Blues 337 all out, 76.1 overs (Mohammad Waqas 101, Shawaiz Irfan 71, Abubakar 38, Ali Asfand 31; Faisal Akram 4-54, Arafat Ahmed 2-48, Mohammad Ismail 2-68) and 41-3, 18 overs (Mohammad Shehzad 2-27)

Southern Punjab U19 Whites 255 all out, 74.1 overs (Mohammad Shehzad 85, Aun Shehzad 78, Mohammad Ammar 33; Arham Nawab 3-42, Mohammad Zeeshan 3-52, Awais Ali 2-55)
 
Rawalpindi, 17 November 2021: Three wickets apiece from Arham Nawab and Mohammad Zeeshan helped Central Punjab U19 Blues bowled out Southern Punjab U19 Whites for 255 in reply to 337 on day two of the final of the National U19 Championship being staged at the Pindi Cricket Stadium in Rawalpindi.

At stumps, Central Punjab U19 Blues were 41 for three in their second innings leading by 82 runs.

Earlier, resuming their first innings on the overnight score of 35 for no loss, Central Punjab openers Aun Shehzad and Arafat Ahmed provided a solid 58-run partnership for the first wicket. After the departure of Arafat (21, 45b, three fours), Aun was joined by right-handed batter Mohammad Shehzad. The pair knitted 122 runs for the second wicket.

Aun scored 78 off 153, hitting nine fours and one six, while Shehzad contributed 94-ball 85, laced with 15 fours and one six.

For Central Punjab, off-spinner Arham and right-arm fast Zeeshan picked three wickets each for 42 and 52 runs, respectively.

Scores in brief:

Central Punjab U19 Blues v Southern Punjab U19 Whites – Pindi Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi

Central Punjab U19 Blues 337 all out, 76.1 overs (Mohammad Waqas 101, Shawaiz Irfan 71, Abubakar 38, Ali Asfand 31; Faisal Akram 4-54, Arafat Ahmed 2-48, Mohammad Ismail 2-68) and 41-3, 18 overs (Mohammad Shehzad 2-27)

Southern Punjab U19 Whites 255 all out, 74.1 overs (Mohammad Shehzad 85, Aun Shehzad 78, Mohammad Ammar 33; Arham Nawab 3-42, Mohammad Zeeshan 3-52, Awais Ali 2-55)

Mohammed Shehzad scoring runs and taking wickets.
 
Rawalpindi, 18 November 2021: The final between Central Punjab U19 Blues and Southern Punjab U19 Whites hangs in balance as Central Punjab require three wickets, while Southern Punjab require 23 runs to win the National U19 Championship at the close of third day’s play at the Pindi Cricket Stadium in Rawalpindi.

Resuming their second innings on the overnight score of 41 for three, Central Punjab U19 Blues were bowled out for 127 in the 36th over. Hasnat Abbas top-scored with 60-ball 27, hitting five fours.

For Southern Punjab U19 Whites, left-arm spinner Faisal Akram picked three wickets without giving any runs, while right-arm fast Mohammad Ismail also bagged three wickets. Mohammad Shehzad and Mohammad Awais Abbas picked two wickets apiece.

Requiring 210 runs to win, Southern Punjab U19 Whites at one stage was cruising towards victory with 150 for three at the scoreboard, but three wickets from off-spinner Arham Nawab put breaks on Southern Punjab U19 Whites run chase.

Southern Punjab’s Arafat Ahmed top-scored with 60-ball 53, laced with eight fours and three sixes. Mohammad Shehzad contributed 48 off 57, hitting six fours and two sixes.

Mohammad Ammar returned undefeated on 47 off 88, which included three fours.

At stumps, Southern Punjab U19 Whites were 187 for seven in 53 overs.

Scores in brief:

Central Punjab U19 Blues v Southern Punjab U19 Whites – Pindi Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi

Central Punjab U19 Blues 337 all out, 76.1 overs (Mohammad Waqas 101, Shawaiz Irfan 71, Abubakar 38, Ali Asfand 31; Faisal Akram 4-54, Arafat Ahmed 2-48, Mohammad Ismail 2-68) and 127 all out, 35.1 overs (Hasnat Abbas 27; Faisal Akram 0-3, Mohammad Ismail 3-60, Mohammad Shehzad 2-27, Awais Abbas 2-35)

Southern Punjab U19 Whites 255 all out, 74.1 overs (Mohammad Shehzad 85, Aun Shehzad 78, Mohammad Ammar 33; Arham Nawab 3-42, Mohammad Zeeshan 3-52, Awais Ali 2-55) and 187-7, 53 overs (Arafat Ahmed 53, Mohammad Shehzad 48, Mohammad Ammar 47 not out; Arham Nawab 3-38)
 
Mohammed Shehzad has been on fire with bat this tournament and been getting wickets here and there. Same kid ijaz ahmed identified didnt he
 
Rawalpindi, 19 November 2021: Southern Punjab U19 Whites beat Central Punjab U19 Blues by two wickets in a thrilling encounter to lift National U19 Championship. Resuming their second innings on the overnight score of 187 for seven in 53 overs, Southern Punjab chased down the target for the loss of eight wickets in the 65th over on the fourth day at Pindi Cricket Stadium in Rawalpindi.

Requiring 23 more runs to win, Southern Punjab U19 Whites lost their well settled batter Mohammad Ammar for 48, who was dismissed by off-spinner Arham Nawab. Faisal Akram (14 not out, 43b, two fours) and Awais Abbas (eight not out, 26b, one four) helped their side cross over the line.

Central Punjab’s Arham took four wickets in the second innings and ended-up with match figures of seven for 87. He was named as best bowler of the tournament with 30 scalps from six matches at 16.80.

Mohammad Shehzad representing Southern Punjab U19 Whites was named player of the final for his all-round performance. The right-handed batter scored 133 runs in the final, which included 85 in the first innings. With right-arm fast, Shehzad took two wickets in the second innings of Central Punjab Blues. Shehzad was also awarded with the best batter of the tournament as he topped the batting charts with 829 runs from six matches at 92.11. He hit three centuries and four half-centuries in the tournament.

Arafat Ahmed from Southern Punjab Whites was awarded with player of the tournament. The 17-year old left-handed batter scored 504 runs from six matches at 56. He hit two centuries and as many half-centuries. With left-arm spin Arafat bagged 22 wickets from six matches at 13.77 and twice he took five-wicket hauls.

Best wicket-keeper award also went to Southern Punjab U19 Whites. 17-year old Hasnain Majid ended-up with 24 dismissals to his name which included 15 catches and nine stumpings.

Scores in brief:

Southern Punjab U19 Whites beat Central Punjab U19 Blues by two wickets at Pindi Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi

Central Punjab U19 Blues 337 all out, 76.1 overs (Mohammad Waqas 101, Shawaiz Irfan 71, Abubakar 38, Ali Asfand 31; Faisal Akram 4-54, Arafat Ahmed 2-48, Mohammad Ismail 2-68) and 127 all out, 35.1 overs (Hasnat Abbas 27; Faisal Akram 0-3, Mohammad Ismail 3-60, Mohammad Shehzad 2-27, Awais Abbas 2-35)

Southern Punjab U19 Whites 255 all out, 74.1 overs (Mohammad Shehzad 85, Aun Shehzad 78, Mohammad Ammar 33; Arham Nawab 3-42, Mohammad Zeeshan 3-52, Awais Ali 2-55) and 210-8, 64.2 overs (Arafat Ahmed 53, Mohammad Shehzad 48, Mohammad Ammar 48; Arham Nawab 4-45)

Player of the match – Mohammad Shehzad (Southern Punjab U19 Whites, PKR 25,000)

Best Batter of the Tournament – Mohammad Shehzad (Southern Punjab U19 Whites, PKR 50,000) 829 runs

Best Bowler of the Tournament – Arham Nawab (Central Punjab U19 Blues, PKR 50,000) 30 wickets

Best Wicketkeeper of the Tournament – Hasnain Majid (Southern Punjab U19 Whites, PKR 50,000) 24 dismissals (15 catches, nine stumpings)
 
Are thier any highlights I haven't seen the pcb put anything up at all.
 
Rawalpindi, 19 November 2021: Southern Punjab U19 Whites beat Central Punjab U19 Blues by two wickets in a thrilling encounter to lift National U19 Championship. Resuming their second innings on the overnight score of 187 for seven in 53 overs, Southern Punjab chased down the target for the loss of eight wickets in the 65th over on the fourth day at Pindi Cricket Stadium in Rawalpindi.

Requiring 23 more runs to win, Southern Punjab U19 Whites lost their well settled batter Mohammad Ammar for 48, who was dismissed by off-spinner Arham Nawab. Faisal Akram (14 not out, 43b, two fours) and Awais Abbas (eight not out, 26b, one four) helped their side cross over the line.

Central Punjab’s Arham took four wickets in the second innings and ended-up with match figures of seven for 87. He was named as best bowler of the tournament with 30 scalps from six matches at 16.80.

Mohammad Shehzad representing Southern Punjab U19 Whites was named player of the final for his all-round performance. The right-handed batter scored 133 runs in the final, which included 85 in the first innings. With right-arm fast, Shehzad took two wickets in the second innings of Central Punjab Blues. Shehzad was also awarded with the best batter of the tournament as he topped the batting charts with 829 runs from six matches at 92.11. He hit three centuries and four half-centuries in the tournament.

Arafat Ahmed from Southern Punjab Whites was awarded with player of the tournament. The 17-year old left-handed batter scored 504 runs from six matches at 56. He hit two centuries and as many half-centuries. With left-arm spin Arafat bagged 22 wickets from six matches at 13.77 and twice he took five-wicket hauls.

Best wicket-keeper award also went to Southern Punjab U19 Whites. 17-year old Hasnain Majid ended-up with 24 dismissals to his name which included 15 catches and nine stumpings.

Scores in brief:

Southern Punjab U19 Whites beat Central Punjab U19 Blues by two wickets at Pindi Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi

Central Punjab U19 Blues 337 all out, 76.1 overs (Mohammad Waqas 101, Shawaiz Irfan 71, Abubakar 38, Ali Asfand 31; Faisal Akram 4-54, Arafat Ahmed 2-48, Mohammad Ismail 2-68) and 127 all out, 35.1 overs (Hasnat Abbas 27; Faisal Akram 0-3, Mohammad Ismail 3-60, Mohammad Shehzad 2-27, Awais Abbas 2-35)

Southern Punjab U19 Whites 255 all out, 74.1 overs (Mohammad Shehzad 85, Aun Shehzad 78, Mohammad Ammar 33; Arham Nawab 3-42, Mohammad Zeeshan 3-52, Awais Ali 2-55) and 210-8, 64.2 overs (Arafat Ahmed 53, Mohammad Shehzad 48, Mohammad Ammar 48; Arham Nawab 4-45)

Player of the match – Mohammad Shehzad (Southern Punjab U19 Whites, PKR 25,000)

Best Batter of the Tournament – Mohammad Shehzad (Southern Punjab U19 Whites, PKR 50,000) 829 runs

Best Bowler of the Tournament – Arham Nawab (Central Punjab U19 Blues, PKR 50,000) 30 wickets

Best Wicketkeeper of the Tournament – Hasnain Majid (Southern Punjab U19 Whites, PKR 50,000) 24 dismissals (15 catches, nine stumpings)

I hope their is some footage of Mohammed Shazad, he got good reps a couple of years ago, although some posters thought he was a parchi. I have never seen him play so I can't comment on his ability except to say that he has put the stats on the board. Lets hope he is the real deal.
 
I hope their is some footage of Mohammed Shazad, he got good reps a couple of years ago, although some posters thought he was a parchi. I have never seen him play so I can't comment on his ability except to say that he has put the stats on the board. Lets hope he is the real deal.

Really disappointing that thier wasn't any highlights of any games.the u19s for this world cup looks very good.
 
Really disappointing that thier wasn't any highlights of any games.the u19s for this world cup looks very good.
Along with Shazad PK will have some good spinners of all varieties. And if Zeeshans action is clean( my lad saw him on YouTube and immediately said chucker) he is very quick and an excellent prospect. Add to this, young batsman like Faseeh and Haseebullah, we have a good chance
 
Along with Shazad PK will have some good spinners of all varieties. And if Zeeshans action is clean( my lad saw him on YouTube and immediately said chucker) he is very quick and an excellent prospect. Add to this, young batsman like Faseeh and Haseebullah, we have a good chance

Definitely the spinners are proberly the stand out for Pakistan in the tournament just played.

I really like Maaz Sadaqat apparently he also useful bowler to
 
Definitely the spinners are proberly the stand out for Pakistan in the tournament just played.

I really like Maaz Sadaqat apparently he also useful bowler to

I haven't seen him play, let's hope one of the spinners and one of the batsman goes all the way.
 
Mo shahzad is an openinh bat who.bowls.medium pace. We need someone like it
 
I hope their is some footage of Mohammed Shazad, he got good reps a couple of years ago, although some posters thought he was a parchi. I have never seen him play so I can't comment on his ability except to say that he has put the stats on the board. Lets hope he is the real deal.
Saw couple videos of him on YouTube. Some impressive strokes haven’t seen his bowling.
 
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