Netherlands Under-19 cricket team

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Netherlands
Flag of the Netherlands.svg
Captain: Sebastiaan Braat
Coach: Roland Lefebvre
First-class debut: Bermuda Under-19s
in 1979
at Toronto Cricket, Skating and Curling Club,
Toronto, Canada

The Netherlands Under-19 cricket team represents the Netherlands in Under-19 international cricket.

The team has been playing in international youth tournaments since 1979[1] but have only participated in one U-19 World Cup in 2000.[2] They most recently participated in 2010 European U-19 Championship where they finished fourth, thus missing out on a chance for World Cup qualification.[3]

Current Squad[edit]

The following squad played in the latest tournament, 2010 European U-19 Championship:[4]

  • Dennis Coster
  • Sebastiaan Braat
  • Werner Erkelens
  • James Gruijters
  • Sverre Loggers
  • Matthijs Luten
  • Rohid Shah
  • Vinoo Tewarie
  • Zachery Van Baren
  • Philip Van Den Brandeler
  • Emile Van Den Burg
  • Robert Van Der Harten
  • Paul Van Meerkeren
  • Nick Wories

Future[edit]

The team will next play in the 2011 European U-19 Championship which is due to be a challenge series, involving multiple matches played over a longer period of time.[5]

References[edit]