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Bangladeshi Ripon Mondol at ICC’s most valuable team of U19 World Cup

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CRICDOT DESK : India’s Yash Dhull was named the captain of ICC’s most valuable team at the U19 World Cup. A total of eight countries are represented by a lineup of 12 players, with champion India leading with three players. The
pace is offered by Josh Boyden, Awais Ali, Ripon Mondol and others, with all-rounders Tom Perst and Dunist Wellalage as spin options alongside Vicky Ostlage.

South Africa’s Dewald Brevis was selected as the West Indies player for the tournament due to his record mileage. The team was selected by a selection committee that included commentators Samuel Budley, Natalie Germanos, ICC match referee Graeme Labroy, and journalist Sandy Pan Banerjee.

Dhull came in fourth after recording 229 runs, including the first century. His bowler’s efforts were very important in leading his side to the overall victory in the tournament. England’s Tom Presto, who is his opponent in the
final, is the third most in the tournament, with a batting average of 1st place after 292 runs in 6 games. Right-handed batter Dewald Brevis earned the Tournament Player of Tournament honor after scoring 506 runs in six games, achieving 500 runs as the second player in tournament history.

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In doing so, the 18-year-old, 18 years old, outperformed the Indian legendary Sikar Dawan in most runs in a single tournament and won more runs than Dawan in 2004. Brevis also won 7 wickets in the tournament. Raj Bawa was another all-rounder who was impressed throughout the World Cup, scoring the tournament’s best 162 on his way to 252 runs of the tournament, not against Uganda.

Bawa was the best player in the final against England when he won 31-5 to put India in a strong position and increased his wicket count to nine. Just below him in the
lineup is his teammate Vicky Ostwar. He stole 12 wickets with his left arm in six games, including 28-5 against South Africa.

England’s Josh Bowden gained his position in highly economical bowling, winning 15 wickets in tournaments, economical 3.21 and averaging 9.86, the best bowler in tournaments with 7 or more wickets.

2022 ICC U19 Men’s Cricket World Cup Team (in batting order) are Hasebra Khan (WK, Pakistan), Tea Gwiley (Australia), Dewold Brevis (South Africa), Yashdur (Captain, India), Tom Perth (England). ), Dunith Wellalage (Sri Lanka), Raj Bawa (India), Vicky Ostwal (India), Ripon Mondol (Bangladesh), Awais Ali (Pakistan), Josh Boyden (England), Noor Ahmad (Afghanistan).

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