2004 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup

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2004 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)  Bangladesh
Champions  Pakistan (1st title)
Most runs India Shikhar Dhawan (505)
Most wickets Bangladesh Enamul Haque Jr (22)
2002
2006

The 2004 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup was held between 15 February and 5 March 2004 in Bangladesh. The final was played in Dhaka between Pakistan and the West Indies, which Pakistan won by 25 runs.

Opening ceremony[edit]

Traditional dances, colourful calisthenics and spectacular fireworks lit up the opening ceremony of the Under-19 Cricket World Cup at Dhaka. Sixteen countries, including the 10 Test-playing nations and six associate members of the International Cricket Council participated in the tournament.

The Final[edit]

5 March 2004
Scorecard
 Pakistan
230–9 (50 ov)
v
West Indies 
205 (47.1 ov)
 Pakistan won by 25 runs.
Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka
Umpires: JW Lloyds (Eng) and
PD Parker (Aus)
TV Umpire: BG Jerling (SA)
Match Referee: JFM Morrison (NZ)
Player of the match: Pakistan Asif Iqbal
  • Pakistan won the toss and elected to Bat
  • Pakistan wins the 2004 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup''

The Plate Cup Final[edit]

4 March 2004
 Bangladesh
257–9 (50 ov)
v
Australia 
249–10 (47.1 ov)
 Bangladesh won by 8 runs.
Fatullah Khan Saheb Osman Ali Stadium, Dhaka
Umpires: BR Doctrove (WI) and
IL Howell (SA)
Match Referee: RS Mahanama (SL)
Player of the match: Bangladesh Enamul Haque jnr
  • Bangladesh won the toss and elected to Bat

Future international players[edit]

Future international players that featured in the tournament were:

AustraliaTim Paine, Callum Ferguson, Moises Henriques and Steve O'Keefe

BangladeshAshikur Rahman, Nafees Iqbal, Mahmudullah, Naeem Islam, Nadif Chowdhury, Talha Jubair, Shahadat Hossain, Enamul Haque jnr, Nazimuddin, Nazmul Hossain, Dhiman Ghosh and Aftab Ahmed

CanadaUmar Bhatti, Trevin Bastiampillai, Durand Soraine, Karun Jethi, Shaheed Keshvani and Mohammad Qazi

EnglandSamit Patel, Ravi Bopara, Tim Bresnan, Alastair Cook, Steven Davies, Luke Wright and Liam Plunkett

IndiaRobin Uthappa, Suresh Raina, Rudra Pratap Singh, Shikhar Dhawan, Dinesh Karthik and Ambati Rayudu

IrelandWilliam Porterfield, Kevin O'Brien, Gary Kidd, Gary Wilson, Greg Thompson and Boyd Rankin (Eoin Morgan also represented Ireland but went on to play international cricket for England)

New ZealandDaniel Flynn and BJ Watling

PakistanKhalid Latif, Mansoor Amjad, Fawad Alam, Zulqarnain Haider, Wahab Riaz and Riaz Afridi

ScotlandKyle Coetzer, Moneeb Iqbal, Gordon Goudie, Omer Hussain and Ross Lyons

South AfricaColin Ingram, Vernon Philander, Vaughn van Jaarsveld and Roelof van der Merwe

Sri LankaAngelo Mathews, Farveez Maharoof, Suraj Randiv, Kosala Kulasekara, Kaushal Silva and Upul Tharanga

West IndiesDenesh Ramdin, Kirk Edwards, Xavier Marshall, Lendl Simmons, Lionel Baker, Assad Fudadin and Ravi Rampaul

ZimbabweTinotenda Mawoyo, Elton Chigumbura, Graeme Cremer, T.Ngorima Craig Ervine, Tafadzwa Mufambisi, Tinashe Panyangara, Ed Rainsford, Prosper Utseya, Sean Williams and Brendan Taylor(Colin de Grandhomme also represented Zimbabwe but went on to play international cricket for New Zealand)

Tournament leaders[edit]

Leading run scorer: Shikhar Dhawan, India 505 runs
Leading wicket taker: Enamul Haque Jr, Bangladesh 22 wickets

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