2002 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup

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2002 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup
Administrator(s) International Cricket Council
Cricket format One Day International
Tournament format(s) Round-robin and Knockout
Host(s)  New Zealand
Champions  Australia (2nd title)
Participants 16
Most runs Australia Cameron White (423)
Most wickets Australia Xavier Doherty (16)
2000
2004

The 2002 Under-19 Cricket World Cup[1] was played in New Zealand from 19 January-9 February 2002. In all 16 sides competed in the tournament with Australia defeating South Africa in the final. Zimbabwe's Tatenda Taibu was named Man of the Tournament.

Future players that featured for their national team in the tournament were:

Australia - Cameron White, George Bailey, Beau Casson, Daniel Christian, Xavier Doherty, Shaun Marsh and Mark Cosgrove

Bangladesh - Aftab Ahmed, Mohammad Ashraful, Nafees Iqbal, Talha Jubair and Mashrafe Mortaza

Canada - Ashish Bagai and Umar Bhatti

England - Tim Bresnan, Nick Compton and Samit Patel

India - Parthiv Patel and Irfan Pathan

Kenya - Hiren Varaiya, Rajesh Bhudia, Nehemiah Odhiambo, Alfred Luseno, Ragheb Aga, Morris Ouma and Kalpesh Patel

Namibia - Stefan Swanepoel and Burton van Rooi

Nepal - Basant Regmi, Kanishka Chaugai, Manoj Katuwal, Manjeet Shrestha, Sanjam Regmi and Shakti Gauchan

New Zealand - Ross Taylor, Michael Bates, Neil Broom, Rob Nicol and Jesse Ryder(Peter Borren also represented New Zealand but went on to play international cricket for Netherlands)

Pakistan - Salman Butt, Junaid Zia, Azhar Ali, Najaf Shah, Faisal Iqbal, Hasan Raza, Yasir Arafat, Irfan Fazil, Humayun Farhat, Mohammad Khalil and Umar Gul

Scotland - Kyle Coetzer and Moneeb Iqbal

South Africa - Hashim Amla, Ryan McLaren, Rory Kleinveldt and Imraan Khan

Sri Lanka - Jeewan Mendis, Upul Tharanga, Dhammika Prasad and Farveez Maharoof

West Indies - Dwayne Bravo, Ravi Rampaul, Darren Sammy, Narsingh Deonarine, Gavin Tonge, Donovan Pagon, Shane Shillingford and Lendl Simmons

Zimbabwe - Elton Chigumbura, Charles Coventry, Stuart Matsikenyeri, Brendan Taylor, Waddington Mwayenga, Tatenda Taibu, Sean Ervine and Hamilton Masakadza

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