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Today we are discussing the cricketers with the most runs in the 2012 U19 World Cup. The 2012 U19 Cricket World Championship was the ninth U19 Cricket World Championship. The tournament was held in the United Arab Emirates from 11 to 26 August 2012, 16 countries took part in it. Indian cricket team won the tournament, their third ICC U-19 cricket world title, by defeating Australia in a title conflict. Here we’re talking about the hitters who scored the most runs in the 2012 U19 World Cup.
Right-hander slugger, Chad Jason Bowes, was part of South African Under-19 team at the 2012 ICC U-19 World Cup. Bowes, who plays for KZ-Natal in domestic cricket, will score 283 runs in 6 innings of the 6 matches he played in the ICC U-19 World Cup. 2012 on average 47+. His score included one hundred and 115 Bowes against Namibia in Brisbane was his best result in the tournament, and with those runs, Chad Bowes made it to the top five for runs at the 2012 U-19 World Championship.
IN Johannesburg born left-hander, wicket-batter, Quinton de Kock, was one of the South African U19 team at the 2012 FIFA World Cup U19. QDK, who will play for Gauteng in domestic cricket and Mumbai indians in IPL, has scored 284 runs from 6 innings of 6 matches he played in the 2012 ICC U-19 World Cup, averaging 47+. He scored two fifties and a hundred, and Quinton got 126 against. Namibia in Brisbane was his best result in the tournament, and with these runs Quinton de Kock entered the top five for the number of runs at the 2012 U-19 World Championship.
Mohammad Javed Ahmadi, born in Kunduz, right-handed, was part of Afghanistan U19 squad at the 2012 ICC U-19 World Championship. Ahmadi, who will play for Sheikh Jamal Dhanmondi’s club Afghanistan Domestic cricket, scored 285 runs from 6 innings from 6 matches he played in the 2012 ICC U-19 World Cup, averaging 47+. His results included fifty and one hundred, and his 112 were against. Scotland was his best and highest personal result in the tournament, and with these runs, Ahmadi entered the top five for the number of runs at the 2012 U-19 World Championship.
IN Lahore Mohammad Babar Azam, a right-handed wrestler, was part of Pakistan U19 squad at the 2012 FIFA World Cup U19. Azam, playing for Baluchistan home cricket, Karachi Kings in PSL, Guyanese warriors of the Amazons in CPL, Sydney Sixers in BBL & Rangpur Riders in BPL, collected 287 runs from 6 innings from 6 matches he played in the 2012 ICC U-19 World Cup, averaging 57+. His results included one hundred and two fifty, and Azam had 106 points. Scotland showed the best result in the tournament, and thanks to these races, Babar Azam entered the exclusive top five races at the 2012 U-19 World Championship.
Mohammad Anamul Haq Bijoy, who was born in Khulna, was a member of the Bangladesh Under-19 Team at the 2012 World Under-19 World Cup. The hack who played for the Quetta Gladiators in PSL And Dhaka’s platoon BPL, scored 365 runs from 6 innings from 6 matches he played in the 2012 ICC U-19 World Cup, averaging 60+. His estimate included fifty and two hundred. 128 hacks against Pakistan showed the best result in the tournament, and with these runs Anamul Hak entered the exclusive top five in terms of the number of runs at the 2012 World U19 Championship, effectively leading it.
It was the cricketers who sparkled with their bat and topped the table at the 2012 FIFA World Under-19 Championship. These exceptional bat performances were talked about in the city during the tournament. India won the tournament and Will Bosisto was selected as the player of the tournament. That’s all for today. Hope you enjoyed it, don’t forget to comment on your thoughts and questions. Stay healthy and keep reading about our U-19 stars.
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