Top 10 U-19 Cricketers 2016

A team might be world dominating and undefeatable but it’s the young players coming up the ranks that ensure that the team stays strong and balanced and as such every country invests a lot of money, time and effort in nourishing these young players who might later become the pride of their nation. Here we countdown the Top 10 U-19 Cricketers 2016.

Top 10 U-19 Cricketers 2016

10. Sarfaraz Khan

Top 10 U-19 Cricketers 2016
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At number 10 in Top 10 U-19 Cricketers 2016 is Sarfaraz Khan from India. This all-rounder from Mumbai has been a promising prospect for India ever since his debut. He put up a stellar performance against the Proteas by scoring a power packed century in just 66 balls and since there has been no looking back for this 16 year old player. Handy with both the bat and the bowl, he might prove to be a boon for Indian teams as they are still searching for a solid all-rounder.

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9. Tagenarine Chanderpaul

Top 10 U-19 Cricketers 2016
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At number 9 in Top 10 U-19 Cricketers is Tagenarine Chanderpaul from West Indies. Tagenarine is son to Shivnarine Chanderpaul, one of the greatest batsmen from West Indies and he seems to have picked up the trade from his father. Just like his father, Tagenarine plays the anchoring role while batting and has put up many memorable performances that has seen him being named for the U-19 World Cup squad as well.

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8. Jake Doran

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At number 8 in Top 10 U-19 Cricketers is Jake Doran from Australia. Thought the Australian national squad seems to be well balanced and solid but that hasn’t stopped the selectors to think about this 19 year old lad. The youngest player to have been given a contract in Big Bash, Doran is Australia’s most emerging talent who has also been likened to the great Mike Hussey and that itself speaks volumes for the young man.

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