United States national under-19 cricket team

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United States Under-19s
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Personnel
CaptainKaran Patel
CoachIndia Thiru Kumaran (2015)[1]

The United States Under-19 cricket team represents the United States in international under-19 cricket. The team's coach for its next major tournament, the 2015 ICC Americas Under-19 Championship, is Thiru Kumaran, a former Indian Test player.[1]

Performances at Under-19 World Cups[edit]

Year Host Result
1988  Australia Did not qualify
1998  South Africa
2000  Sri Lanka
2002  New Zealand
2004  Bangladesh
2006  Sri Lanka Quarter-finals
2008  Malaysia Did not qualify
2010  New Zealand 15/16
2012  Australia Did not qualify

List of captains[edit]

Two players have captained the United States in under-19 One Day International (ODI) matches.[2]

Name First Last M W L T NR Win%
1 Hemant Punoo 2006 2006 5 1 4 0 0 20.00
2 Shiva Vashishat 2010 2010 6 1 4 0 1 16.67
Overall
11 2 9 0 0 18.18

Records[edit]

All records listed are for under-19 One-Day International (ODI) matches only.

Team records[edit]

Highest totals[3]
Lowest totals[4]

Individual records[edit]

Most career runs[5]
  • 136 – Hemant Punoo (from 5 matches in 2006, at an average of 27.20)
  • 125 – Greg Sewdial (from 6 matches in 2010, at an average of 31.25)
  • 109 – Steven Taylor (from 6 matches in 2010, at an average of 21.80)
Highest individual scores[6]
Most career wickets[7]
  • 10 – Saqeeb Saleem (from 6 matches in 2010, at an average of 14.50)
  • 8 – Dominic Audain (from 5 matches in 2006, at an average of 24.00)
  • 8 – Abhimanyu Rajp (from 5 matches in 2006, at an average of 24.87)
Best bowling performances[8]

References[edit]