WI Under-19 cricketers win second straight game in  ICC World Cup in South Africa

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WI Under-19 cricketers win second straight game in ICC World Cup in South Africa

West Indies Under-19 cricketers won their second straight game in the ICC World Cup in South Africa.

They won their game against England by two wickets.

West Indies defeated Scotland by 5 wickets to register their first victory in the tournament on Wednesday.

Set 193 for victory the West Indies reached 196 for 8 from 41 overs in the 50 overs game.

Captain Stephan Pascal top scored with 58 runs.

Support also came from Player of the Match Nathan Edwards who made 49 not out, had 3 for 28 from 6.3 overs and took two catches.

Tazeem Ali was England’s most impressive bowler with 3 wickets for 34 runs from 10 overs.

Batting first England made 192 with Hamza Shaikh leading the way with 54 runs.