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Top 5 Wicket-Takers at ICC U-19 World Cup 2010

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Today we bring to you the young bowlers who took the most wickets in U-19 World Cup 2010 to help the title campaign of their team. The ICC U-19 World Cup 2010 tournament would see Australia becoming champions; the tournament had some excellent performances from players from across the globe. This list brings forward those who were impactful with their bowling. Here we read about those bowlers who picked the most wickets in U-19 World Cup 2010.

5. Nathan Buck (England)

The Leicester born Right arm fast medium Bowler Nathan Liam Buck would go on to take 13 wickets from six matches at an average of 17.07 & strike rate of 23.6. His best in the tournament was 3/18. Buck, with this wicket tally, featured among the bowlers with the most wickets in U-19 World Cup 2010. The Fast Medium Bowler would play for Leicestershire in England domestic cricket. His team, England Under-19 cricket Team, would win 3 matches out of 6 matches they played in the tournament edition.

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The Johannesburg born Right arm fast Bowler Graham Ian Hume would go on to take 13 wickets from six matches at an average of 15.53 & strike rate of 27.6. His best in the tournament was 3/29. Hume, with this wicket tally, featured among the bowlers with the most wickets in U-19 World Cup 2010. The Fast Bowler would play for Gauteng in South Africa domestic cricket. His team, South Africa Under-19 cricket Team, would win 5 out of 6 matches in the tournament edition.

The New South Wales born Right arm fast medium Bowler Josh Reginald Hazlewood would go on to take 13 wickets from six matches at an average of 15 & strike rate of 22.4. His best in the tournament was 4/26 against Sri Lanka at Lincoln. Hazlewood, who would take two 4-wicket hauls, with this wicket tally featured among the bowlers with the most wickets in U-19 World Cup 2010. The Medium Pacer would play for Sydney Sixers in Big Bash League, Chennai Super Kings in Indian Premier League & New South Wales in domestic cricket. His team, Australia Under-19 cricket Team, would win the tournament edition.

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2. Chathura Peiris (Sri Lanka)

The Panadura born Left arm fast medium Bowler Kalutara Patabedige Chathura Madushanka Peiris would go on to take 13 wickets from six matches at an average of 13.30 & strike rate of 21.6. Peiris would take a five wicket haul and his best in the tournament was 5/25 against Canada at Lincoln. Chathura Peiris, with this wicket tally, featured among the bowlers with the most wickets in U-19 World Cup 2010. The Left-Armer would play for Wayamba in Sri Lankan domestic cricket. His team, Sri Lanka Under-19 cricket Team, would win 3 matches out of 6 matches they played in the tournament edition.

The Right arm fast medium Bowler Raymond Charles Haoda would go on to take 15 wickets from six matches at an average of 17.26 & strike rate of 21.3. Haoda would take a five wicket haul and his best in the tournament was 5/34 against Afghanistan at Napier. Raymond Haoda, with this wicket tally, featured among the bowlers with the most wickets in U-19 World Cup 2010. His team, PNG Under-19 cricket Team, would win just one out of 6 matches they played in the tournament edition.

These were the top 5 wicket takers in the ICC U-19 World Cup 2010, in fact the top 2 on wicket numbers. While 12 cricketers would take 10 or more wickets in the tournament edition, these were the top few of these. Some of these Under-19 stars would go on to become key players for their first class teams. This was it for today! Hope you liked the content; do send us your questions and thoughts under comments. Stay safe and healthy, keep reading us.

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WTC Final: “Don’t change Rishabh Pant” – Graeme Swann’s passionate plea to Indian fans

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Former England off-spinner Graeme Swann has requested Indian fans to not be too critical of Rishabh Pant in the wake of his failure in the World Test Championship (WTC) final against New Zealand.

Rishabh Pant was dismissed for 4 and 41 in his two innings in Southampton against the Black Caps. Both times he perished trying to take on the bowling. He was particularly criticized for his wild hoick against Trent Boult on the last day of the Test.

According to Swann though, Rishabh Pant is a match-winner because of his aggressive stroke play and India will do a disservice to themselves if they ask the dashing wicketkeeper-batsman to tone himself down.

Speaking exclusively to Sportskeeda, Swann opined:

“India have got an absolute superstar in Rishabh Pant going in at 6 or 7. Just go back one Test mach in India’s history. That magnificent century he scored against England (in Ahmedabad) that won them that series. Never forget that. It was a counter-attacking innings, played against the grind, playing against the spin a lot of times. It was a brilliant hundred. Had he got in there and “played the situation” and tried to block it, India would not have won that game. It is as simple as that.”

“He is a match-winner. All I want to say to cricket fans in India – don’t fix what isn’t broken. You have some absolute goldmine ready to be unearthed and used well for 10 years. Don’t change Rishabh Pant. Let him fail. Let him be. He is absolutely worth it,” Swann further added.

Virat Kohli had backed Rishabh Pant after WTC loss

Rishabh Pant had come under fire over his failure to adapt to the challenging conditions in England during the WTC final. Like Swann though, Indian captain Virat Kohli too had thrown his weight behind the young cricketer after India’s defeat to New Zealand.

Speaking at a virtual press conference post the WTC final, Kohli had said about Rishabh Pant:

“Rishabh Pant is definitely going to be a very expressive player, whenever he gets an opportunity. Whenever there is a situation that needs to be understood, he assesses it really well. When things don’t come off, you can say that it was an error of judgment. That’s acceptable; it’s sport. But, we don’t want him to lose his positivity or his optimism in changing the situation for the team. That’s where his USP lies ,and we will definitely continue to back him to play that way, find ways to put pressure on the opposition and score runs, which is his natural game.”

Just 23, Rishabh Pant has featured in 21 Tests and has 1403 runs to his name at an average of 43.84 with three hundreds. He was one of India’s chief heroes in the Test triumph Down Under earlier this year. He took on the Aussie bowlers and came out on top.

Edited by Sankalp Srivastava

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Georginio Wijnaldum: Netherlands captain prepared to lead players in walk-off if racially abused in Euro 2020 match

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Netherlands captain Georginio Wijnaldum has called on UEFA to take stronger action against racism and says players subjected to abuse should not have to make a decision on whether to walk off the field in protest.

Wijnaldum said he had thought long and hard about leaving the pitch if subjected to racism when the Netherlands face the Czech Republic in Sunday’s Euro 2020 last-16 tie in Budapest.

UEFA are currently investigating allegations of racist and homophobic behaviour by supporters following incidents in Hungary’s opening two Group F games at the Puskas Arena.

“I’ve thought about it very carefully,” said Wijnaldum, who will wear an armband bearing the words ‘One Love’ and a rainbow motif in a stand for diversity in Budapest.

“I previously indicated that I would walk off but that was easier to say back then because I had never really run into that problem.

“After that, I started to think very hard about it. Gini, you will play in Hungary later in the tournament, what will you do if it happens? What if you play against a weaker team and those fans know that and they antagonise you to get you to walk off the field so that you lose the match?”

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Wijnaldum scored three goals as the Netherlands won all three group matches

Wijnaldum said the responsibility for action lay with the match officials and UEFA.

“I think I will go to the referee but, to be honest, I’m not sure what my reaction is going to be in the heat of the moment,” he said.

“I’ve never experienced it myself and I hope never to. But if it happens, UEFA must act. They need to realise that if they don’t, they are putting a big responsibility on the players.

“UEFA must protect the players. It shouldn’t be the responsibility of the players.

“Some players have walked off in the past but if you ask them if they felt supported, I think they’ll say they weren’t.

“If the referee, or maybe the opponents, jump in, then the signal is stronger. That’s what I’m thinking right now but I’m not ruling out walking off the field if something like that happens on Sunday.”

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Athletics-Berry calls on athletes to seek change in their communities

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EUGENE, Oregon (Reuters) – With a raised right fist, American hammer thrower Gwen Berry on Thursday reinforced her quest for social change.

“I want to impact the world,” Berry, wearing an “Activist Athlete” T-shirt, told reporters after qualifying sixth for Saturday’s final at the U.S. Olympic trials in Eugene, Oregon.

“There are a lot of things going on that are bigger than sport. As athletes we can and should use our voices to bring awareness to issues that affect our communities.”

Berry did just that at the 2019 Pan American Games in Lima, raising her fist when the U.S. national anthem was played during her medal ceremony.

She was suspended for 12 months by the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee (USOPC) because of International Olympic Committee rules that ban protests and demonstrations.

The USOPC in March, though, said that athletes competing in the U.S. Olympic trials can protest, including kneeling or raising a clenched fist on the podium or at the start line during the national anthem.

“Our communities are under attack,” said Berry, a 31-year-old mother. “I want to continue even after I’m a hammer thrower.”

Her protest came four days after world 200 metres champion Noah Lyles had raised his left fist that was enclosed in a fingerless glove before the start of the men’s 100m final.

“Black lives matter,” Lyles said. “I felt like it was important that I throw up some symbol. I’ve done it before and I’m going to continue to do it.”

(Reporting by Gene Cherry; Editing by Stephen Coates)

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