Captain Vijay Zol top scored with 71 to help India U19s thump South Africa U19s by 201 runs in the final of the Quadrangular Youth ODI series at Visakhaptnam.
Maharashtra batsman and India U19 skipper Vijay Zol (103) was the lone survivor among a pack of falling cards with a valiant hundred as India U19s conceded a 10-run defeat against South Africa U19s in the Quadrangular Series Youth ODI at Visakhapatnam.
The India U19s registered a thumping 148-run victory over Zimbabwe U19s in the opening clash of the Quadrangular One-Day Series at Visakhapatnam on Monday.
Maharashtra batsman Vijay Zol has been selected to lead the Indian U19 team that will participate in a quadrangular series featuring South Africa, Australia and Zimbabwe in Visakhapatnam.
Despite captain Vijay Zol’s valiant knock of 128 (204B, 16x4, 1x6) and Kuldeep Yadav’s brilliant bowling spell (6/38), the Indian U19 side had to settle for a draw in the 2nd Youth Test at Kurunegala. This was Zol’s second successive hundred in this series, the first being a massive 173 in the 1st Test. After taking a 181-run lead in the first innings in response to Sri Lanka’s 212, the Indian bowlers failed to restrict the Lankans as they surged to 499 in their second innings, thanks to an unexpected 188-run eighth wicket partnership between their tail enders. The visitors, who were given an improbable target of 319 in 27 overs, only managed to get to 113/3 at stumps on the final day.
While team India lifted the Celkon Mobile Cup in West Indies, the India U-19s too put up a stellar performance to beat Australia by 8 wickets in the final of the Tri-series at Darwin on Friday. After Vijay Zol won the toss and elected to field first, the 36 run opening stand was as good as it was going to get for Australia U-19.
While team India battles it out in the Caribbean, there is another series that is taking place in Australia currently, the U-19 Tri-series. Contested by India, Australia and New Zealand, the tri-series is a platform for abundant rising talent. Young RCBian Vijay Zol has been elected to captain team India this year and he promises to pack a punch with his batting capabilities. He has already scored a 46 in the first match against Australia.
RCB young gun Vijay Zol, who was recently announced as the skipper of the U-19 team, says the tips he received from the RCB seniors during the IPL practice sessions will come in handy when he leads the Indian junior side in Australia this month.
Vijay Zol’s 181 in Maharashtra’s second innings helped them draw the final of the 2012-13 Cooch Behar (U-19) against Mumbai at the Subrata Roy Sahara Stadium in Pune on Wednesday.
“What you put in is what you’ll get out” is what they say. This could not be more true than for Cheteshwar Pujara who celebrated again recently but this time with a maiden double test hundred (206*) against England in the 1st Test. He then followed it up with another hundred in the 2nd Test. Well done Puj!
He grabbed the headlines when he scored 451 off 467 deliveries against Assam in a Cooch Behar trophy match last year. He was at the crease for almost 11 hours when he achieved this feat. His purple patch continued as he notched up a string of good scores consistently. All these accomplishments just at a tender age of 17.
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