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South Africa U19s outclassed by India U19s in 2nd ODI

Yashasvi Jaiswal inspired India under-19s to beat South Africa under-19s today
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An impressive all-round performance from Yashasvi Jaiswal inspired India under-19s to a commanding eight-wicket victory against the South Africa under-19s in the second Youth One-Day International (ODI) in East London on Saturday.

The win gives the visiting side an unassailable two-nil lead in the three-match series that forms a part of the teams’ preparations for the 2020 ICC under-19 Cricket World Cup to be hosted by South Africa.

Jaiswal led the charge with the ball, taking four wickets to help dismiss the SA U19s for an under-par 119 before getting his team over the line with a swashbuckling, unbeaten 89 off 56 balls.

Under the overcast skies at the Buffalo Park Stadium, India won the toss and put South Africa into bat as the home side looked to bounce back from a disappointing result in the first Youth ODI and in a similar fashion to the first match, South Africa made a solid start at the crease.

The top-order, including Andrew Louw (24), Jonathan Bird (24) and Luke Beaufort (12) played some promising strokes to help get the home side to 71/2 before the combination of poor shot selection and outstanding spin bowling from the Indians led to a middle-order capitulation.

The talented Indian spinners, namely, Atharva Ankolekar (2/16), Ravi Bishnoi (2/20) and Jaiswal, shared the bulk of the wickets, removing eight South African batsmen for just 48 runs. The latter picked up the last four wickets of the innings at the expense of 13 runs in his 3.5 overs to skittle the SA U19s out for 119.

Fast bowler, Akash Singh was the other wicket-taker for the tourists, finishing with figures of 2/37.

Despite two early wickets from Merrick Brett (1/20) and the returning, Mondli Khumalo (1/33), who last appeared for the side in July 2018, Jaiswal showed his prowess with the bat as he went on to dominate the SA U19s bowlers.

The left-hander, who also celebrated his 18th birthday, dispatched 14 fours and three sixes on his way to an imposing half-century before Dhruv Jurel, who came in at four, finished off the contest, hitting a run-a-ball 26* (3 fours, 1 six) as India clinched the series victory with a match and 33.4 overs to spare.

The third and final Youth ODI will get underway at 10h00 on Monday, 30 December at the Buffalo Park Stadium.

Regular updates will be available through Cricket South Africa’s platforms on Facebook (www.facebook.com/cricketsouthafrica) and Twitter (www.twitter.com/officialcsa) with live streaming available on www.pitchvision.co.za

SA under-19 Youth ODI series against India Squad:

Bryce Parsons (Central Gauteng, capt), Khanya Cotani (North West, vice-capt), Luke Beaufort (Eastern Province), Jonathan Bird (Western Province), Merrick Brett (Northerns), Achille Cloete (Boland), Gerald Coetzee (Free State), Tyrese Karelse (South Western Districts), Mondli Khumalo (KwaZulu-Natal), Jack Lees (Central Gauteng), Andrew Louw (Northern Cape), Levert Manje (Central Gauteng), Odirile Modimokoane (North West), Pheko Moletsane (Free State), Siya Plaatjie (Western Province), Ruan Terblanche (Boland), Tiaan van Vuuren (Eastern Province).

 

SA U19 Youth ODI series against India U19 in East London

December 2019

Mon 30 - 3rd Youth ODI         South Africa U19 vs India U19 (Buffalo Park Cricket Stadium)

 

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