Bahrain Under-19 cricket team

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Bahrain Under-19s
Flag of Bahrain.svg
Captain: Ubaid Murtaza
Coach: Mohsin Kamal
Manager: Yousuf Yateem
First-class debut:    Nepal
in 2005
at Kirtipur, Nepal

The Bahrain Under-19 cricket team represent the country of Bahrain in Under-19 international cricket.

Bahrain made their debut in the 2005 ACC Under-19 Cup where they managed to reach the quarter finals.[1] For a few years the team did not compete, but returned triumphantly in 2009 when they won the Under-19 Challenge Cup that year.[2] This earned them qualification into the 2011 ACC Under-19 Elite Cup where they finished sixth.[3]

Current Squad[edit]

The following squad was selected for games in the most recent competition, the 2011 ACC U-19 Elite Cup:[4]

  • Ubaid Murtaza
  • Numan Yousaf
  • Sameer Yousaf
  • Sameer Abbas
  • Yaser Eftikhar
  • Cyrus D'Souza
  • Shariff Monem
  • Maaz Zafar
  • Hardeep Singh
  • Pratham Kashyap
  • Azeem Khalid
  • Mohamed Rayed
  • Sameer Zulfiqar
  • Ajnas Sarafuddeen

Future[edit]

Due to their final position in their most recent tournament, Bahrain are expected to take part once again in the ACC Under-19 Elite Cup in 2013.

References[edit]

  1. ^ 2005 ACC U-19 Cup Results asiancricket.org 17/04/11
  2. ^ ACC U-19 Challenge Cup 2009 - Final: Thailand v Bahrain asiancricket.org 17/04/11
  3. ^ ACC U-19 Elite Cup 2011 - RESULTS asiancricket.org 17/04/11
  4. ^ ACC U-19 Elite Cup 2011 - BAHRAIN asiancricket.org 17/04/11