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Australian U-19 cricket team

Australia
Captain: Will Bosisto
Coach: Brian McFadyen
Founded:
Home ground:
Manager: Geoffrey Tamblyn
First-class debut: England
in 1979
at Melbourne Cricket Ground

The Australian Under-19 cricket team have been playing official Under-19 test matches since 1978. Former captains include Stuart Law, Damien Martyn, Brad Haddin, Nathan Hauritz and Cameron White who have all gone on to play international cricket for Australia. They have played 69 matches, with their last match against West Indies at Dubai Sports City Stadium, Dubai, 24-26 April 2011.[1] Their win/loss record is 27/15.[2]

2012 Under-19s squad

The squad selected is:

  • William Bosisto (captain)
  • Kurtis Patterson (vice-captain)
  • Ashton Agar
  • Cameron Bancroft
  • Meyrick Buchanan
  • Shane Cassel
  • Harry Conway
  • Alex Gregory
  • Sam Hain
  • Travis Head
  • Joel Paris
  • Jimmy Peirson
  • Gurinder Sandhu
  • Mark Steketee
  • Nick Stevens
  • Ashton Turner
  • Jack Wildermuth

References

  • List of Australia Youth Test Matches
  • Squad for 2012 Under-19s World Cup

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