Australia u19s emulate their seniors by beating India in World Cup final

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Australian dominance of main cricket occasions continued on Sunday once they beat India by 79 runs within the Below-19 World Cup closing at Willowmoore Park in South Africa.

Australia’s senior males’s staff received the world Take a look at championship and Cricket World Cup in 2023 – beating India within the finals on each events.

The Australian girls’s staff are the present 50-overs and T20 World Cup champions.

Sunday’s closing between the one unbeaten groups within the event was surprisingly one-sided.

Australia made 253 for seven of their 50 overs after profitable the toss and deciding to bat. Strongly-built left-hander Harjas Singh made a hard-hit 55 to spotlight a stable batting efficiency.

India’s batting had been their energy main up the ultimate however they crashed to 122 for eight towards Australia’s tempo bowling assault. Opening batsman Adarsh Singh (47) was the one top-order batsman to shine.

Murugan Abhishek (42) led some lower-order resistance earlier than the five-time champions have been bowled out for 174.

Quick bowler Mahli Beardman took three for 15 and was named man of the match. Off-spinner Raf MacMillan took three for 41.

Australian captain Hugh Weibgen mentioned on the post-match presentation that his staff’s bowlers had been the important thing to their success.

“With a bowling assault like ours we had plenty of confidence with 250 runs on the board. As a unit they bowl so nicely collectively. They know their roles and I will probably be shocked if all of them don’t go a good distance of their careers.”

Indian captain Uday Saharan mentioned he was pleased with his gamers regardless of stumbling within the closing.

“Our preparation was good however the execution didn’t go our method,” he mentioned.

It was Australia’s fourth Below-19 World Cup title however their first since 2010 once they have been led by present worldwide Mitchell Marsh.

Temporary scores:

Australia 253-7 in 50 overs (H. Dixon 42, H. Weibgen 48, H. Singh 55, O. Peake 46 not out; R. Limbani 3-38, N. Tiwari 2-63).

India 174 in 43.5 overs (A. Singh 47, M. Abhishek 42; C. Vidler 2-35, M. Beardman 3-15, R. MacMillan 3-43).

Outcome: Australia Below-19 received by 79 runs.

Toss: Australia.

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